8:45 PM Chicago Bears defensive end Jared Allen said he respects the emotion of Brandon Marshall after the receiver went off following Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins: "I mean there is always a fine line when someone is just spouting off and acting crazy. But that sure as heck didn't happen in our locker room."
Sometimes a video comes along that’s so perfect, anything we add to it would be superfluous; the best thing we can do is just stand back and let the magic happen.
(We were tempted to photoshop a T-Pain hat onto Allen Iverson, but it would have been a little too esoteric.)
This would be one of those times. KISSING SUZY KOLBER has unearthed an epic remix of some of the most memorable moments in media meltdown history - set to Autotune. Oh, it’s so good. Video’s after the break (and near as we can tell, completely SFW).
Darren Rovell of CNBC crunches the numbers of the oil man’s gift, in which he gave his alma mater $165 million to help his school further excel on the court & on the field. Although the moolah hasn’t brought any Big 12 titles yet, it has brought something just as important - even more dough.
The DALLAS MORNING NEWS reports that Oklahoma State QB Bobby Reid won’t be playing for the Cowboys next year. The junior’s mother, Rajika, said her son will either declare for the 2008 NFL Draft, or transfer to another college to finish out his senior season.
The key to the Cowboys’ victory was the play of their QB Zac Robinson, who went 15 of 20 for 192 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for 64 more yards and two more scores.
Gundy knows a little bit about being a quarterback jack-of-all-trades for a bowl game. While under center for OSU in the 1988 Holiday Bowl, Mike actually received a pass on a trick play from the one & only Barry Sanders.
Sadly, Gundy only made it as far as the 1-yard-line before Sanders found the end zone on the next play. 19 years later, it appears Mike has shown no irrational outbursts anger about missing out on a trick TD. You know why?