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06 April 2007

FanHouse: Fri AM 'Daly at Augusta Hooters' Edition

This morning we have two examples of the occasional stupidity of radio people talking sports, and one example of John Daly hanging out at an Augusta-area Hooters.

We are slowly adapting to the idea of Billy Gillispie at Kentucky. (The K-State fans apparently reacted to their news last night.)

And the classiness of Chicago: Is it better found amongst Cub fans or White Sox fans?




Devin Hester: Fastest Player in Madden History
ESPN's New Ombudsman Another Tony Kornheiser Pal
Too Close to Tony Kornheiser? ESPN Ombudsman Responds
Jack Tatum's Hit on Darryl Stingley: Cheap Shot?
43-Year-Old Guy to Get Tryout With 49ers
Colin Cowherd Has Listeners?
Vikings Signed Mike Doss Despite Past Gun Charge

Gilbert's Injury Might Be Eddie Jordan's Fault
Point-Counterpoint: Tracy McGrady or Dominique Wilkins?
Point-Counterpoint: Tracy McGrady or Dominique Wilkins?
Michael Ray Richardson Has a Friend in 50 Cent
Joe Dumars Pontificates on the Pistons Pouting
The Race for Ping Pong Balls, Part I
The Race for Ping Pong Balls, Part II
Conspiracy Theory: the Real Reason We Have the WNBA
College Football:
Shootin' in Da Club: Florida Lineman Wilson Arrested

College Basketball:
Gillispie To Be Named Head Coach at Kentucky
Don Imus Calls Rutgers Women's Team 'Nappy-Headed Hos'
K-State Fans Are Not Taking It Well
Big XII Coaching Depth Is Being Decimated
The Feeding Frenzy Has Already Begun Around Huggy's Recruits
With the Hugger in Morgantown, Does Michael Beasley Follow?
And the Hits Just Keep Coming On Arkansas
Rice Guard Jonathan Bailey Stabbed to Death
Katz: Barnes Says No To Kentucky

And You Thought the Mayor of Cincinnati Had a Bad Arm
Mayor Mallory Should Probably Give Up
Bartolo Colon Is Better At Rehab Than Lindsay Lohan
Johnny Damon Confirms His Calves Still "Sexy"; America Breathes Sigh of Relief
Cops Say Yankees' AAA Mascot Is Into Teenage Boys
Cubs Fans Know How to Have a Good Time
Francisco Rodriguez Says "It's Rosin"

Crocker Returns to ARCA with New Sponsor, New Attitude
Hey IndyCar, Get Over Yourself