Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2008«

So Britian actually does have hot girls

October 23, 2008


The impossible dream continues

October 20, 2008


If there’s one thing that could be learned from October baseball after last night, it’s this. A group of kids that no one, I mean no one, expected to make waves in the American League East can have their moment in the sun. Last night in front of another sellout crowd in Tampa Bay, the […]

Get from under the rock, assholes

October 16, 2008


If you’ve been living under a rock for the majority of the baseball season, you’ve failed to realize that the artists formerly known as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays have broke through and captured their first winning season, their first AL East title, and God knows what else. You’ve failed to realize that the Rays […]

No freaking duh

October 14, 2008


  In Tuesday’s Commercial Appeal, the media in C-USA cities picked Memphis to again win the Conference USA Championship, which would give them four straight conference championships, a first in school history. Behind the Tigers were UAB, Southern Miss, and Tulsa, all of whom finished in the top half of the conference in 2007-08. I […]

We vs. Them

October 10, 2008


Rivalries are something to live for in sports. Apparently, in my case, as a native Memphian, the Louisville-Memphis rivalry is one of great significance and somewhat a shadowing between the two cities. Louisville has the Ohio River. Memphis has the Mississippi. They have Interstate 65. We have Interstate 55. They have Freedom Hall. We have […]

SEC Rankings-Week 6

October 9, 2008


After being one of the few people that wanted Vanderbilt to reach new heights in football (I’m a Tennessean first before Auburn fan) by beating Auburn, I would like to present to you the SEC Power Rankings for the week of October 5th. 1. Alabama (Don’t worry, by the time Tennessee faces the Tide, this […]

Ten years ago today……….

October 8, 2008


In honor of the tenth anniversary of my grandmother’s death, I wanted to reprint a column that I wrote in 2007 for a tribute site to the Mall of Memphis: Understanding…. To understand this site (and many people don’t) you really need only look at the stories people tell about their memories, their experiences; their […]