This years Super Bowl features the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Fransisco 49ers. A lot of people are calling it the Joe Montana Bowl because he played quarterback for both teams… which is why Joe Montana is currently guaranteeing that his old team is a lock to win the Super Bowl this year.
LSU and Clemson play in the college football national championship game on Monday night and since the Georgia Bulldogs did NOT make it this year we will probably NOT be seeing that many dog piles during the game.
I was on a diet, but I donut care anymore because the Tour De Donut is right around the corner!!
What if I told you there was a bicycle race where your ability to eat donuts was just as important as your ability to ride a bike fast? This summer in Troy, Ohio the Tour De Donut will take place. It is a timed ride and FIVE MINUTES will be DEDUCTED from your elapsed time for EVERY DONUT YOU EAT! I’m headed to Krispy Kreme right now so I can start training for this ride immediately!
Kansas City Chief running back Jamaal Charles will miss the rest of the football season with a torn ACL. Coach Andy Reid says there is definitely a “sense of urgency” to replace him…
…might I humbly suggest they look into just how busy Christian Okoye might be these days?
Last night our refrigerator died a horrible death, so Karen and I made the best of a bad situation and ate ice cream like there was no tomorrow. Today while waiting for the repairman to come save us, I scribbled this picture out for the LSU peeps in my family who seem to be pretty excited about this years football season.
As a good lil Hoosier who lives 30 minutes away from South Bend, all I wanted to do on Saturday night was see how Notre Dame did playing Clemson in a monsoon. To kill time as I waited for the game, I scratched out this picture. The game started and Notre Dame proceeded to fumble the ball away about forty-seven times. I’m not saying I was responsible for any of that… I’m just saying maybe next week before the game I will draw a Notre Dame football player leaping into the end zone with the ball securely tucked under his arm.