Seattle will BALL so hard if they come back. Too bad this guy won’t be.
The Penske File
New rule: When John Calipari makes a joke about his own vacated wins, I reblog that quote.
Quote of the day?
Kentucky coach John Calipari turned 53 today. “Well, two years got vacated, so I’m 51,” he said.
RapidReports: Updating news and notes from Lexington
Weekend Look Ahead: UK on upset alert at Vanderbilt?
Want to see how any interaction between me and a famous athlete would go? Here it is!
Modern Family w/Kobe Bryant (by swahvoe)
Ok, so this video is entirely awesome. via Warming Glow
Lakers losing to the Sixers auto-reblog
Brian Waters of the New England Patriots is probably the best human being in the NFL. In an environment as given to conspicuous consumption as professional sports, he stands out, but he’d be a saint in any profession for the level in which he devotes his life and money to helping other people.
In keeping with his personality, Brian plays guard, one of the most anonymous positions in pro sports. They form a line with the center and the offensive tackles to protect the quarterback from the defense. It’s a position with few quantifiable measures of success, and they pretty much only will get the ball if something goes horribly wrong. Brian’s done this position at an extremely high level for 12 years.
Shared for this passage primarily, but the whole thing is great.