October 2006


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Please force someone you love, or work with to watch this. It would continue the great tradition started when Schiavone made his brother Kenny watch USC play Alabama in our NCAA 99 Championship Game. Awesome.

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Sooooo…SVSW was played…all four quarters are up at youtube, but not the point when I can direct link in a post. So if you just can’t wait – head on over to youtube and look at my videos…

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NFL 2008 Draft Class
Arizona Picks

Willie Tuitama, QB – Drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the 1st round, Leinhart is not happy.  After Leinhart got hurt in the middle of the season, Tuitama led the Cards to a superbowl loss.  Hometown will always beat USC.

Travis Bell, TE DRAFTED 5th round by the Carolina Panthers

Ronnie Palmer, MLB – A superstar at Arizona, goes undrafted.

NFL Draft 2009
Xavier Smith – HB – predicted as 1st/2nd Rounder * 2/33 – Detroit Lions – Xavier is not the happiest person in the world to be going to Detroit, but he’s gonna be the best back there since Barry.

Ryan Hall LG – Projected as top G * 1/26 San Francisco 49ers – The Niners need him.  He’s going to be a fixture there for fifteen years.

Daniel Borg RG – projected as #5 5/135 CLEVELAND – hopes to make the team.

Blake Kerley C – 7th Rounder UNDRAFTED – A great center, this is a travesty.

Donald Horton, JR – DT – projected 4th Rounder 2/61 – Cincinnati Bengals – Cincinatti was smart to grab him in the 2nd round, he’s a run stopping superstar, and will probably be a pro bowler.

Xavier Kelley – Projected 5th/6th 5/157 – Atlanta Falcons – Steal of the draft.

Devin Ross – #1 CB!* 1/18 – Miami Dolphins – a cover corner legend.  Guaranteed probowler.

Corey Hall – 6th/7th Rd Safety PHI – Hopes to make the team

NFL 2010 Draft

Justin Thomas – DB – 5/129 Atlanta Falcons – a late pick, a great player, but lucky to get drafted.

Stanley Scott – C – 2/41 Detroit Lions – they love the Cats! Stanley Scott is Oklahoma pride.

Rick Spicer – MLB – 4/114 – Oakland Raiders – Rick Spicer got a lot of media attention, hit hard, made a lot of highlight reels but is less than sound on the fundamentals.  He’s perfect in Oakland.

Derke Robinson – RB – 2/49 Seattle Seahawks – He’s fast, strong, and will probably be a solid back for years to come.

Antoine Simmons – DE – 3/78 Houston Texans – Houston continues to make bad draft decisions with Defensive Lineman.

Mike Ealy – WR – 2/58 Chicago Bears – Ealy was really overshadowed by Justin Abdullah at Arizona, but even Abdullah will be the first to admit that Ealy’s speed and hands kept coverages split.  This is an absolute DRAFT JACK.

Michael Turner – DB – 1/28 – DEN – An amazing DB out of Arizona’s solid stable of Corners and DBs.  They are Cornerback U.

upset2011.jpgTucson, AZ – The Nebraska Cornhuskers came into Tucson and pulled out a miraculous 20-17 upset, in a game that would have belonged to the Wildcats if Dane Wright had not thrown 4 picks and taken 4 more sacks.

“This wasn’t my fault,” said Wright after the game. “This was the fault of my offensive line. F*ck that, I’m calling all of them out, they lost us this game. Not me. And maybe if Justin could learn to come back to the ball or, oh, TRY once in a while, maybe I wouldn’t have thrown picks. This is some bullsh*t.”

No members of the offensive line would comment.

Josh Powell had eight tackles and an interception and looks to be on pace for an All American year. The rest of the defense looked good, but the defensive line appears to be a real weakness, and the ‘Cats are struggling to bring top quality defensive linemen to Tucson.

Josh Selmon had this to say through a prepared statement: “I have let my team down, and believe me, there was no bigger punishment than watching them lose to Nebraska today. I will be back next week against Alabama, and I will give everything I have. I just hope that the fans can forgive me, and that we can beat a very good ‘Bama team.”

Justin Abdullah set the NCAA Record for Receiving yards in the game. “It doesn’t mean a thing if we lose. This was going to be a great moment for me and Josh. And now, it’s this.”

selmonsuspension.jpgTucson, AZ – The unthinkable has happened.  Josh Selmon has been suspended for the season opener against Nebraska.  Allegedly he tried to pull a grade school trick and got caught.  Although there are suspicions that the forged doctor’s signature was not on a note, but on a prescription for Oxycotin.

When approached for comment, Selmon said “no comment,” and ducked back into a practice facility.

After being announced as the starter for the first time in his career, sophmore Dane Wright said “Thank god, I’ve been waiting for this for a long time.  Get ready for a show.”

The Arizona faithful are nervous, and some are concerned that coach Stoops cut the 2 game suspension to a single game suspension.

“We cannot play SVSW without Josh, not gonna happen,” said Stoops.

abdullah-preseason-cover2011.jpgAfter a solid recruiting class, and an A+ rating across the board.  Arizona enters this season with a #4 Ranking, and aspirations of finally bringing the Heisman to Tucson.abdullahpreseasoninside2011.jpg

(translated from Arabic from Morocco and Africa Today)

Moroccan Daily: How are you today Marcel?

Marcel Nakfoor: I am excellent, blessed is this day.

MD: Now, for our readers, can you explain exactly what you do?

MN: I kick a football through some posts for the University of Arizona.

MD: Hmmm, why do you not play soccer?

MN: Because I was only offered a partial scholarship to Indiana to play soccer, I was offered full scholarships to Arizona, USC, Virginia, Ohio State, and McGill.

MD: McGill! You must go there! Your Arabic brothers! The night clubs! The availability of tight black shirts! The music of Massari! (pictured)

MN: Massari is a good artist. It was a tough choice, but I want to play in the NFL.

MD: What is that?

MN: National Football League.

MD: Why is that?

MN: Because they will pay millions to keep on kicking. I am very good you see.

MD: Excellent, what will you do with the money.

MN: Build a Mosque with my helmet on top.

MD: It says here that you won the Groza award 2 years in a row. Is that the award for best Muslim?

MN: No, it is the award for the best kicker.

MD: Like the Harabaikrit Award for best Footballer! Why did you not win this year?

MN: I do not know. I was named first team All-American–

MD: You are American?

MN: Permanent Resident, my parents move to USA when I was in High School.

MD: Very good!

MN: So I was first team All-American, but not winner of the Groza.

MD: Do you suspect racism?

MN: I am loathe to suspect racism…

MD: But did not Justin Abdullah lose the Heisman too?

MN: That is one of the great injustices of our time. He has been the best receiver in College Football history for two years, and has no Heismans. I am upset.

MD: Racism?

MN: Yes, I am starting to think so.

MD: Did you dream of 4 straight Grozas?

MN: Of course! No one could break that record! Only tie it! I am very sad, but it is my mission to win it this year, and be a 4 time All American, and 3 Time Groza Winner.

MD: Are you the best kicker in Arizona history?

MN: Yes.

MD: Very succinct! Now, what has it been like studying at an American college?

MN: Wonderful! I spend much time with the International Students Association and have many good friends.

MD: Do you drink?

MN: Never!

MD: Do you remain chaste?

MN: I never drink.

At this point, the entire sorority house of Sigma Nu enters the room and carries Marcel out on a emperor’s chair. Apparently, he has a big, um, hram. These girls love him. He said on the way out that he hopes Utah gets an NFL team so he can marry them all.

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