Sunday, January 27, 2008


FITCHBURG -- A man found with 73 bags of what was believed to be crack cocaine hidden in his butt tried unsuccessfully to plead guilty to cocaine trafficking charges Thursday in Fitchburg District Court, and was instead held on $50,000 bail.
"He has a history of drug arrests and conviction," McGourty said. NO WAY!!??
Scott has drug possession convictions in 2005 and 2006, and dispite sincere efforts to kill a cop in 2007, Robert Scott stayed out of jail for 1 year.
Police Lt. Kevin O'Brien said police found the cocaine in Scott's pants and up his rectum while he was being searched. Yeah, get some O'Brien
"When he came here (to the police station) we found he had 73 individually wrapped bags of cocaine that he tried to stick up his butt," O'Brien said Wednesday night. Okay O'Brien, we get it. Guys got a lot of crack in his crack. Geeeesh
The moral of the story is....Dont carry 73 bags of rock to the grocery store when you have a warrent out for you arrest. Also, dont stick those bags up your butt. Thats just Gay!

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Mike And Mike Roast : Dana Jacobson

Mike And Mike Roast Video: Dana Jacobson Notre Dame ESPN Suspension
by Mike Baron

ESPN anchor Dana Jacobson has been suspended for a 7 day period following the inappropriate comments she made about Notre Dame during a roast for ESPN radio hosts Mike Green and Mike Golic.
Unfortunately, we do not yet have the Dana Jacobson video, but the first drips & drabs of footage from the Mike And Mike roast has hit the web.

The roast took place January 11th in Atlantic City. Dana Jacobson stumbled to the podium with a bottle of vodka in her hand, drank a bit here and there, and then proceeded to curse and mock Notre Dame.

Jacobson is a Michigan graduate. Mike Golic attended Notre Dame.

This is how it happened:

According to reports, Dana reportedly made some offensive remarks about the school as well as the famous image known as "Touchdown Jesus" that were clumsy attempts to poke fun at Mike Golic's days at Notre Dame. She reportedly said, "F**k Touchdown Jesus!"

ESPN anchor Dana Jacobson made an absolute fool of herself, swilling vodka from a Belvedere bottle, mumbling along and cursing like a sailor as Mike & Mike rested their heads in their hands in embarrassment. [Comedian Eddie] Griffin came to the podium to defend her after she was booed by the crowd. [Comedian Jeff] Ross eventually had to pull her off stage, too.

Dana Jacobson has been suspended as a result of the inappropriate comments. Dana Jacobson issued the following apology:

"I am sorry. My remarks about Notre Dame were foolish and insensitive. I respect all religions and did not mean anything derogatory by my poorly chosen words. I also deeply regret the embarrassment I've caused ESPN and Mike and Mike. My actions at the roast were inappropriate and in no way represent who I am. I won't make excuses for my behavior, but I do hope I can be forgiven for such a poor lack of judgment."

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Patriots' Brady seen wearing cast on foot

Patriots' Brady seen wearing cast on foot
Quarterback says injury sustained in win over Chargers is 'nothing serious'
Tom Brady will try to lead the Patriots to their fourth Super Bowl title.

updated 12:13 a.m. ET, Tues., Jan. 22, 2008
NEW YORK - Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was photographed Monday with what appears to be walking cast on his right foot.

The Boston Herald and Boston Globe had the photos — credited to — on their Web sites. A video of Brady walking with a slight limp from an SUV to girlfriend Gisele Bundchen’s apartment in New York is available on

The Patriots beat San Diego 21-12 on Sunday and play the New York Giants in the Super Bowl in two weeks.

“Ah, you know, there’s always bumps and bruises. I’ll be ready for the Super Bowl,” Brady said Monday during his weekly radio appearance on WEEI — before the photo and video emerged — when asked if his leg was injured. “I’m not worried about that. I’m not missing this one. I’d have to be on a stretcher to miss this one. There will be treatment this week. In games like this, you get a little nicked up. It’s nothing serious.”

Patriots spokesman Stacey James wrote in an e-mail to the AP late Monday night that the team had no comment on the photos.

Brady threw three interceptions against the Chargers in one of the worst performances of what has been a record-breaking season for him. Brady has started in 124 consecutive games, the third longest streak by a quarterback in NFL history.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Nice Hat!


Friday, January 18, 2008

Wednesday, January 16, 2008



KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren said Tuesday that wide receiver Deion Branch will have surgery on his left knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

At his end-of-the-season news conference at the team's headquarters in Kirkland, Holmgren said the six-year veteran got a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews, of Birmingham, Ala., and is expected to be out at least nine months and likely longer.

Andrews will perform the surgery in Alabama "soon," Holmgren said.

Branch was injured in the Seahawks' season-ending playoff loss at Green Bay on Saturday.

In addition, Holmgren says Jim Mora, an assistant coach with the Seahawks, was headed to Washington, D.C., Wednesday to interview for the Redskins' head coaching job left vacant by Joe Gibbs' retirement.

"I think he is an excellent football coach," Holmgren said Tuesday from Seahawks headquarters in Kirkland, Wash. "He is a great communicator. He has great enthusiasm. The players respect him -- that's all good."

Mora is among five known candidates to replace Joe Gibbs, who resigned last week. He's seeking his second head coaching job, having gone 27-23 over three seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, including an appearance in the NFC championship, before he was fired a year ago.

"He and I have talked a lot about Atlanta," Holmgren said. "What he thought happened in Atlanta, what I thought happened in Atlanta. And, if you remember what happened the first time around, you should be better."

Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Have you seen the pictures of Tim Tebow's Girlfriend?

If you Have not seen the pictures of Tim Tebow's Girlfriend?

Here are the pictures of Tim Tebow's Girlfriend.


Thursday, January 3, 2008

Despite interest from 2 teams, Pats' McDaniels won't interview for coaching jobs

Despite interest from 2 teams, Pats' McDaniels won't interview for coaching jobs
By Len Pasquarelli
Updated: January 3, 2008, 10:15 PM ET
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who in only his second season in the position presided over a unit that established new league records for touchdowns and points scored, has decided he will not interview for any head coach vacancies this year, has learned.

Both the Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens this week sought permission from Patriots officials to meet with McDaniels about their respective openings. Under league rules, New England essentially had to honor the requests, since the interviews would have been for a head coaching position.

But McDaniels, who also serves as quarterbacks coach, did not have to agree to the interviews, and has decided in general not to pursue any head coach positions for the 2008 season.

"I am very grateful for the chance to interview for NFL head coaching positions, but I have decided not to pursue those opportunities at this time," McDaniels, 31, said in a statement Thursday. "I plan to focus all my attention on our postseason preparation."

Franchises seeking new head coaches can interview assistants from clubs with playoff byes this week, but the sessions must take place by Saturday. After that, coaches from playoff franchises can only be interviewed after their teams are eliminated, or during the "open" week between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl.

McDaniels, 31, along with Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garett, Cowboys assistant head coach Tony Sparano and Indianapolis Colts assistant head coach Jim Caldwell are arguably the hottest assistant coaches in the league right now. And it is only natural, given the landmark season the Patriots have enjoyed and McDaniels' prominent role in their success, that he would receive considerable attention.

But McDaniels has decided the time is not yet right for him to pursue head coaching jobs, and he will remain with New England for at least another season.

Coach Bill Belichick, during his Thursday news conference with the local media, declined to discuss whether teams had sought permission to meet with McDaniels. However, league sources confirmed that the Ravens and the Falcons both had faxed such requests. Belichick certainly feels that McDaniels' future is as a head coach.

McDaniels joined the New England organization as a personnel assistant in the scouting department. He became the quarterbacks coach in 2004 and was named offensive coordinator in January 2006.

Senior writer Len Pasquarelli covers the NFL for

Wednesday, January 2, 2008


Bo Schembechler on Woody Hayes:
I played for Woody, I coached for him, I patterned my life after him, and I consider him a great friend of mine.

Woody Hayes on Bo Schembechler:
I didn't like the son of a bitch when he played for me, I didn't like him when he worked for me, and I certainly don't like him now.