Thursday, February 25, 2010

Brutusreport Blogspot Sports Carnival - February 25, 2010

Welcome to the February 25, 2010 edition of Brutusreport Blogspot Sports Carnival. This time around we have some 15 or so really good articles and one very bad one. Steve Patterson starts us off with OSU Buckeyes in the NFL Combine which just opened up today. Tim Tebow won't throw so we can all breath easy. Steve also has a story on Adam Griffin the son of Buckeye great Archie Griffin who was given a scholarship after the team missed out on 5 top 100 players at the end of the recruiting process. Josh tries to convince us that Lane Kiffin will not fail although that is all he has ever done. And finally Neven Szary believes in Team Canada even after the US socked them in the groin in front of a packed home ice. That ends my sarcastic take on this weeks articles. Come back next time when I will be serious about sports and the writers that write about them. Bookmark and Share if you have nothing else to do with the rest of the night.

Lisa Taylor presents 10 Youngest College Graduates in U.S. History (and Where They Are Today) posted at Online Degree.

Baseball

Eric Gargiulo presents Will Work For Food And Millions! Baseballs Remaining Free Agents posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "RF Jermaine Dye: 2009, White Sox, .251 average, 27 home runs, 81 R.B.I. 36 years old Dye showed he still has some pop left in his bat, and can prove to be a good bat off the bench or play in a platoon situation. However, he still is seeking big money and a chance to play every day. At 36 his fielding skills are diminished, and he lacks speed. Still the best of the available free agents as far as power. A team in need of a DH could tap Dye by the end of spring."

Basketball

Eric Gargiulo presents College Basketball Betting ? Calipari, Pearl renew hostilities in Lexington posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "Anyone who follows sportsbook odds (betphoenix reviews) has had this Saturday circled on the calendar for a long time. When it was announced that John Calipari was taking over at Kentucky, the talk instantly turned to the meeting between UK and Tennesssee, coached by Bruce Pearl."

Football

Eric Gargiulo presents Inside The Wheelhouse: Are we writing off Peyton Manning? posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "Moments after the Super Bowl, I tuned into the great four letter network located in Connecticut. The network had a good NFL analyst on who at one time (I can’t believe I’m going to write this) lead his team to a Super Bowl Championship. His name is Trent Dilfer. The story he brought up that the media would run with the next day on the Indianapolis Colts is something weeks prior we would never even consider. He asked: “Could Peyton Manning win the big one again?”"

Steve Patterson presents Ohio State Buckeyes at The NFL Combine posted at BrutusReport, saying, "Thaddeus Gibson is one of the standouts that is expected to be drafted in the first round."

Steve Patterson presents Adam Griffin Gets Late Ohio State Offer posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "He is reportedly quite excited to be on scholarship with OSU this coming fall."

Josh presents Things Aren’t Always as They Seem – Lane Kiffin Can’t Fail. « Thatonesportsguy's Blog posted at ThatOneSportsGuy, saying, "Read it."

Hockey

Eric Gargiulo presents USA Men?s Hockey Over Comes Late Run posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "USA defeated Switzerland in the first game of the Olympics for both Men’s teams by a score of 3-1. Switzerland came out hitting fast and furious in the beginning of the game, which to an extent really slowed down the speedy Team USA. USA had no answer for the onslaught of hard hits by Switzerland, but would slowly turn it around by the middle stages of the first period. With just over a minute remaining in the first period, Bobby Ryan scored on Anaheim teammate Jonas Hiller. David Backes would later score a beautiful goal in the 2nd period, followed by Ryan Malone. Team USA showed up in the 2nd period, but the 3rd period was another story once again."

Other

Anne Simone presents 50 Inspiring Films You Should Show Your Students posted at Online Colleges.org.

Eric Gargiulo presents The Best MMA Staredowns ? Video posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "As memorable as a great UFC knockout can be, an intense pre-fight staredown can be epic. MMA fighters like Wanderlei Silva, Rampage Jackson, Diego Sanchez, and Clay Guida have perfected the art of the pre-fight MMA staredown. Check out this great video and picture collection of some of the greatest MMA staredowns of all time. The footage comes from Pride Fighting Championship and the Ultimate Fighting Championship."

Neven Szary presents Team Canada - I BELIEVE!!! posted at Eastern Invasion, saying, "How I feel about Team Canada in the upcoming Olympics"

Mariana Ashley presents 50 Incredible Ikea Hacks for College Kids posted at AccreditedOnlineColleges.org.

Eric Gargiulo presents Randy Couture Is Not A Legend posted at CamelClutchBlog.com, saying, "Yeah, I said it. Randy Couture is not a legend! Commonly referred to in the UFC as a “legend” and someone who has revolutionized the sport, Couture is arguably the most popular MMA and fighter in history. Sure, he’s popular but is popularity the only factor that determines “legendary” status?"

Cheryl Ragsdale presents How boxing and martial arts landed me on the cover of “50 Athletes Over 50 Teach Us to Live a Strong, Healthy Life” posted at That Girl is Funny, saying, "Krizia from eatsmartagesmart interviewed me about my love for the sport of boxing. In this 40 minute podcast, we discuss how I got started in such an unusual sport, how I fit training into my life and what I’ve learned from being involved with boxing. Plus how I ended up on the cover of a new book..."

Darius Stone presents How ‘English’ Is The English Premier League? Part I posted at STONE COLD ARSENAL, saying, "A perspective article examining the makeup and evolution of the English Premier League."

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Thin-Skinned Pleschenko Skating On Thin Ice? posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Steve Patterson presents Editorial: The media coverage of Tiger Woods? apology is hurting him not helping. posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "P.T. Barnum once said that no one ever went broke under estimating the intelligence of the American public."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of brutusreport blogspot sports carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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4 comments:

  1. You forgot to mention that Randy Couture Is Not A Legend, except in his own mind.

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  2. Griffin will be the ultimate team player at Ohio State which is what Jim Tressel looks for in every prospect.

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  4. Thanks very much for including me! Question: Did you get any submission from me early today April 8 for the next issue? I ask because I think blogcarnival may be misbehaving. I sent you something, but I did not get an email confirmation. Thanks!

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