Ok this rant is not about Lebron James, but rather about the media. It’s ESPN and Mike Lupica this time, and the perpetuation of their iconic figure who is King James. During his parting shot yesterday on the Sports Reporters, Lupica chose to pump up Lebron’s “greatness” by stating that the Cleveland Cavaliers pathetic record this season […]
Archive for January, 2011
In part three of our weekly profile leading up to the start of tournament, sports-glutton.com remembers Nolan Richardson’s 1993-94 Arkansas Razorbacks team. The Team Pressure, pressure, and more pressure. That was coach Nolan Ricardson’s coaching philosophy. It was never more evident than with his 1993-1994 Arkansas Razorbacks team. The Razorbacks intentions were simple, apply intense […]
I used to dislike acorn squash and still wouldn’t make it one of my first selections from the produce department. There’s nothing particularly enticing about acorn squash, especially for a man. I mean really what is one to do with a miniature greenish pumpkin? Out of desperation to create something out of nothing I thought up this recipe for BBQing acorn […]
The great Jay Cutler debate seemingly has no end in sight. For further consideration about when Cutler actually sprained his MCL and the quarterback’s toughnesses take a look at this video (special thanks to Alyssa at Mad Sports Gal): Reaction? Comments?
Obviously Carson Palmer has realized that he’s headed towards the end of his career and that the Bengals probably won’t be competing for a championship anytime soon (especially in a division with the Steelers and Ravens). Fed up with the incompetency and being the “franchise” quarterback in the least successful franchise in the NFL, Palmer […]
Packers vs. Bears (21-14) Down 14-0 with less than two minutes left and the Packers offense driving into Bears territory, the moment arrived when good fortune shined on Chicago. A freakish deflection off of Donald Driver’s foot from an Aaron Rodgers pass landed Lance Briggs perhaps the easiest interception of his career. Fortuitously the Bears […]
Jets vs. Steelers (-3.5) 38.5 o/u In Sunday’s late game, the AFC Championship pits the road warrior New York Jets (11-5) against the home favorite Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4). The Jets pulled off a great upset last week against the Patriots proving once again that the Belichick/Brady combination remains beatable (maybe New England should consider […]