Hello all!! I hope you are having a great holiday weekend. Here is a quick rekap of all the big and not so big sports stories…
Pia Sundhage resigned as coach of the US Women’s Soccer team. 2 snaps and a job well done.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar will finally get his statue in Star Plaza outside of the Staples Center. Oh Kareem, if only you had not complained.
Jake Skelton was named the starting QB for the Arizona Cardinals. And just like that, Kevin Kolb becomes the highest paid backup QB EVER.
Eureka College QB, Sam Durley, passed for 736 yards in a win against Knox. Seven hundred and thirty six yards.
Alabama laid the smackdown on Michigan in Texas. I guess everything really is bigger there.
Dwight Howard took out an ad in the Orlando Sentinel expressing his loooooove for the city. Mickey and nem were not impressed.
Maurice Jones-Drew ended his holdout WITHOUT signing a new contract. Did I miss something?
After becoming an overnight, inspirational sensation at the London Olympics, Oscar Pistorious finished second in the 200m final at the Paralympics. He then complained the winner had an unfair advantage. *crickets*
My Wolfpack failed to show up against Tennessee. Maybe they were looking ahead to the UConn game.
Denny Hamlin won his second race in a row, claiming the checkered flag in Atlanta. Vroom vroom.
Stepping up to the plate with two outs in the ninth inning, the Atlanta Braves Chipper Jones, put one over the wall to give his a team an 8-7 win. Chipper’s chip shot keeps the Braves in the lead for the NL Wild Card spot.
The NFL & NFL Referees Association failed to reach a deal and no new meetings are scheduled. I have a good feeling a few replacement refs will appear in the C’Mon Man segment on Monday Night Countdown next week.
Andy Roddick announced he will retire after the US Open. Kool.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said, “I think Timmy, with all due respect, is better than Joe Montana.” Laughs out loud very loudly.
Labor talks between the NHL and the NHL Players Association have stalled, likely signaling a lockout. New soap opera coming soon, “As The Ice Melteth.”
Cheyenne Woods, niece of Tiger, won her first LPGA tourney. I wonder if her new slogan is “Tiger, Tiger, he’s the man, if he can not do it, I can!!”
Until next time…TOODELLS.
4 thoughts on “The Weekender”
just the way I like my sports.. short and sweet!!!
Glad you enjoyed it :-}
Montana is still my favorite qb but the best ever is Peyton Manning. End of discussion
They’re my two faves. Well Joe, Steve and Peyton are. I loved me some Steve McNair too.