Darren McFadden is one of the top running back prospects, but he's also starting his own brood. Fathering kids doesn't really have that much of an impact on your ability to run the football. But this shows bad decisions. Like people thought I was leaving M*A*S*H because I knocked up Farrah. That just wasn't the case. Oh, I nailed her a few times and Lee Majors totally wanted to kick my ass. But I made sure to be safe. It was the 70s, sure, but you can't just knock up all of these young Hollywood types looking to get their claws into me.
McFadden should be that smart. Thumbs down.
Monday, February 25, 2008
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Friday, June 1, 2007
I really like this move. Billy might not ever have the success in the NBA that he had with the Florida Gators, but who cares, the dude is going to get paid. This might be like leaving a hit show during its apex, but sometimes you have to cash out when the time is right. I like to call it the Nick Saban principal. Kick ass in the college ranks, dupe some professional franchise into giving you $5 millioin per year, fail horribly, go back to college. It's a genius move. Look for Donovan to be back in the SEC in three to five years. If Gilespie fails in Kentucky, Donovan will be there to jump in. How can anybody argue with this?
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
I feel you Kobe. It sucks being part of an ensemble cast sometimes be it an NBA dynasty or a hit television show. You chose to go out on your own to do your own thing. I can’t blame you for that. You can’t cry about it now. When I left M*A*S*H they killed off my mother loving character. I had no way to go back. Neither do you. So quit your bitching and play some basketball. I have some floor seats I like to scalp for blow.