Friday, March 30, 2007

West by god Virginia


Check out the t-shirts that WVU received after beating Clemson in the NIT championship last night. The NIT is the real national championship.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Charity of the month


As many of you might know, my good friend Willie P’s Mom has Multiple Sclerosis and is participating in the MS Challenge Walk which is a 50 mile walk to help raise money for a cure. She has asked me to help her out in raising money to support her walk. I am not asking anybody to donate money but to just check out her site.


http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR?px=1790423&pg=personal&fr_id=2931

Sport's Most Dominanting Figure...

Tiger Woods said that Roger Federer, men's tennis, is sport's most dominant figure.

Not sure I agree with him on this. Yeah I know...Federer, has won 10 grand slam singles crowns and was in cruise control for his eighth consecutive ATP title when he was upset by Argentina's Guillermo Canas in the Pacific Life Open. It was his first defeat in 42 matches, a run that began after his loss to Britain's Andy Murray in Cincinnati in August 2006.

Who do you think is 'Sport's Most Dominanting Figure' (alive and involved in the sport today)?

--Kobe
--LeBron
--Roger Federer
--Tiger Woods
--Barry Bonds
--Peyton Manning
--Annika Sorenstam


Post who you think ...

Monday, March 26, 2007

SC #1 in baseball poll...

Look who is number ONE. South Carolina is #1 in the Baseball America Poll. Here is what it says:

"Less than a week after dismissing top freshmen Lonnie Chisenhall and Nick Fuller, South Carolina won a road series against Mississippi State and ascended to the top spot in the Baseball America Top 25 rankings. Next up for the Gamecocks in the Southeastern Conference is a three-game set with Vanderbilt, which fell from No. 1 to No. 3 following a series loss to Arkansas."

http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/college/top25/263597.html

Top 5
1.South Carolina
2.Florida State
3.Vanderbilt
4.Oregon State
5.Virginia

Others
11. Clemson
15.Coastal Carolina