Friday, December 21, 2007

The Brown Five - 12/21/07

The Brown Five is a daily breakdown of five stories that Brown stumbled upon and cause his eyebrows to raise up a bit. This probably won't be daily because Brown has the attention span of a...hey look! A bicycle..

1) Marc Bulger gets a concussion...again...during practice
QB Marc Bulger had gotten a concussion a few weeks ago, and it was aggravated this week, not during the game with the Steelers last night, but during practice. He wasn't practicing, oh no, he got pelted in the head by a football and he wasn't wearing a helmet. No one said "Heads up!" or "Fore!". This is kind of funny, and kind of sad. It sounds like something out of "Necessary Roughness".

2) Three UNC football players and sexual assault
You're thinking they assaulted some poor girl on campus, right? No, no, quite the opposite. Two women and a man with a knife attacked the three football players, tied them up and two of the players were "sexually assaulted". Now, I'm no legal expert, but for a man to be sexually assaulted, I'm pretty sure someone has to go in through the out door. Oh, Butch Davis, what to tell your locker room now? (Last I checked, Butch Davis was the coach there, I don't care if I'm wrong.)

3) A bowl game? Really? Didn't notice.
Navy and Utah played an entertaining game, even though you had to fight through Lou Holtz and Rece Davis. Navy finally had pass yardage that equaled the amount of letters in their quarterback's full name. Navy ended up losing the game, so that really means one thing. The University of Utah hates America and its troops.

4) Papelbon's dog ate it
Oh, this is fun. You know that game winning ball from the World Series? The one that Varitek said he gave to Papelbon on Papelbon put it in his pocket? Now Papelbon is saying that "his dog ate it". Wow.

5) RuinRomo.com
Let this story die. Please.

I'm out until Wednesday of next week. As a Holiday gift, here's a picture of me celebrating:

1 comment:

gerry dorsey said...

love me some papelbon. that guy is greatness.