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Women's Sand Volleyball looks even better in Beijing!

Everywhere we went this weekend the ladies wanted to watch the Olympics, & while I’m not a hater of the Games, I am a hater of not knowing what the F*ck is going on! Seriously, could you please put some type of graphic up to let me know if its semi-final, single-elimination, how many cats advance, or if it’s a round robin tourney!

Is Sychronized Sand Modeling a double elimination event? How would I know if I turned it on halfway thru?

I’m a popular MFer and not sitting around watching every minute of the pre-race/match BS and by the time I look-up at the screen, I might as well be watching a cricket match after smoking some ditch-weed.

Moving to the dimaond action, impressive performances from both Chi-Town teams, but the season-ending injury to Jose Contreras leaves a huge hole in an already thin White Sox staff.

Onto some gridiron action, while I’ve never been more than a casual fan of Raider Nation, this season Al Davis & Co. have sparked my interest with an intriguing cast of characters.


I’m talking about the 6-6 260 lb cannon-arm of JaMarcus Russell, the fiery addition if CB DeAngelo Hall, and a three-headed rushing attack that might be the best in the NFL.

Trust me...Darren McFadden will be a future Hall of Famer!


Little-known son of Huggy Bear, RB Justin Fargas had a ridiculous season with limited touches last year (3 games with over 139 yards and a solid average of 4.5 with 1009 rushing yards), and…


…possibly the best collegiate RB in '06 before the former-QB broke his leg & missed all of his rookie year, Michael “250-lbs & fast” Bush has the potential to be the best short-yardage back in the NFL.


And finally, my Fantasy Sleeper in WR Ronald “I’m finally healed from blowing out both Achilles tendons” Curry.

With that, let's roll to my ATS picks and more Hotties!

Both the Cards & Marlins had rough road trips against division rivals this weekend, but...

Just cause you're young doesn't mean you can't cover!

Both the Cards & Marlins had rough road trips against division rivals this weekend, but Florida is returning home after salvaging the final game in NY, while St. Louis lost a late night ESPN contest in Chi-Town. The Marlins should be even more excited with the opportunity to face the Cards worst starter of late in Joel Pineiro (last 5 starts: 28.2 innings, 48 hits, 24 ERs, for a 7.53 ERA). As for Florida’s starter, the former phenom Anibal Sanchez (2006 rookie season: 10-3, 2.83 ERA) has only started twice this year after recovering from ’07 shoulder surgery. While the righty hasn’t pitched past the 6th inning yet as manager Fredi Gonzalez slowly works him back, Sanchez has been virtually unhittable versus righties (.087). Even with his struggles versus lefties (.450) the Cardinals only have one dangerous hitter on that side of the plate, Rick Ankiel, and he’s been hampered by an abdominal pull. Marlins jump-out early tonight as Hanley Ramirez (.291 25 HRs) finds his stroke and Mike Jacobs continues his torrid pace of late (August: .308 3 HRs & 3 2Bs)…Florida by 2-4 runs

Is it me, or are you guys...
...also having plenty of Sand Volleyball dreams?

Posted by Greg Gamble on August 11, 2008 10:08 AM |


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