Saturday, October 30, 2010

Same Old Song

Best Basketball Memory

My best basketball memory was from my Senior year in highschool when we played in the St. Pius X basketball tournament. We werent playing against 'ace' but we were playing against some other southern bumpkins. The way I remember is probably different than the way some people remember it but remembering details is for librarians and historians.

Nearing halftime, my best bud and fellow teammate Donnie III was jawing with some shmuck from Crackerton, Fl. I landed a clean shoulder blow on the douche as he was mid sentence telling D that he lo0ked like that fag that used to punk people. What should have been called an intentional foul was considered a "clean" play by the officials. This pissed off slackjaw.

Next time down the court, we were on offense so I hide in my corner waiting for an open three point shot. McFuckerstein got in my grill and before I could knock his lights out Donnie came and knocked the dude right in the chest. Donnie was not as fortunate (nor was he as good of a basketball player) as me and a foul was called. It ended up not mattering.

Can't remember how that game ended. I think we won. Who cares? Winning is important to some people.

A friendship that I know will last forever no matter what comes between people is way more important. Happy birthday, Donnie.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Do your Part


Name that Dawg, Apartment, and 1 past hard body champion.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Biggest game in Kentucky History?

Or at least of the last 20 years. Going into this weekend Kentucky has as much of a shot at the east title as anyone. I'll actually go ahead and say that if Kentucky beats Georgia, then goes on the road and beats Miss. State, they will play in the SEC championship. Kentucky would still have to beat Vandy and Tennessee, Carolina and Florida would have to lose. All those things are likely imo.
So as everyone talks about how Carolina must take advantage of this opportunity, I don't know if Kentucky will EVER have another shot like this season. Hopefully it won't happen for the Cats.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

PMA In Vegas??!?!?


Saturday, September 25, 2010 - UGA 1-2 (0-2 SEC)

Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - UGA 2-4 (1-3 SEC)

What's that Kris? 10 win season?

Sunday, October 10, 2010

A Picture...

... is worth a thousand words.

Friday, October 08, 2010

Friday Haiku

Bad Boy Schwarz on Tybee Island: 4 July 2010

Rest in peace, Garret.
Go Dogs, Blazers, and Cadets.
Rushing Theta Chi?

Say it aint so, although I've received 3 separate texts telling me it is.

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

60 Minutes, Men

Yes Schiv, this is my second post of the day.

With most of us making the trip to Athens this weekend, I thought it'd be nice for all of us to meet up- just the guys- for at least a little bit. I know how busy and important we all have become, so I thought we could all meet up after the game Saturday around 9 at Firehouse. I figure that gives us all time to do the dinner thing, and it can serve as a nightcap for those who choose to call it an early night. Just an idea. I'll be there at 8:59.

Humpday Haiku

Goodbye New Orleans.
No more P-M-A for me.
God pray for BC.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010


Now I don't follow recruiting too heavily and let's be honest, these 5 star recruits don't mean s*** if we can't coach them up but Isaiah Crowell had an interesting comment today. Crowell, a running back at Carver-Columbus, is a 5 star recruit and the #1 tailback prospect in the state. He mentioned he had narrowed down his choices to Alabama and Georgia but for the longest time it was believed Georgia had the lead because of more playing time. That is of course until this past weekend when he attended Bama's 31-6 clubbing of Florida in Tuscaloosa. He had a lot of good things to say about the visit but when asked about Georgia this is what he had to say:

“Well, they’re losing a lot of games and have a lot of people getting arrested,” Crowell said of Georgia. “There’s just a lot of things going wrong. I do want to play right away but I also want to be where it’s disciplined and they win championships.” (

Now if the kid doesn't want to play for Georgia that's fine but I can definitely see his point. I hope other recruits don't start bailing. Nice job Mark. WTF is going on in Athens nowadays?

We've Made It


Saturday, October 02, 2010


To me, it's not so much the outcome as the fact that Colorado should never be in the game late against a respectable BCS conference team -- especially one that has reason to be motivated going in. Hold on to the ball, kick the field goal, and this is still a disappointment.

This game revealed two things: A.J. Green really is that good. Georgia really is that bad.

Friday, October 01, 2010