DeAnthony Thomas is a five star athlete who hasn't made up his mind if he is going to stick with commitment to USC or go to Oregon and compete for PAC-12 Titles. Thomas calls himself "The Black Mamba" because you need a black mamba to penetrate the orphices of one Shelley Smith. All kidding aside why the hell are USC alums calling Thomas and begging him to stick with the Trojans? It's a clear NCAA violation for the program and it's not like they are on probation or anything right now. Somehow USC is going to sign 29 recruits this year despite the fact they are suppose to be losing 5 scholarships per year for 3 years according to the sanctions brought down by the NCAA. This means they can only recruit 40 kids for the next 3 years right? Because once they go over 70 (max scholarships is 85) it would be in direct violation of the NCAA sanctions. All this shit is confusing but what is not is that USC continues to bend the rules and laugh at everybody in the process. I sincerely hope their program dies and/or Shelley Smith eats them.
Video via TheBigLead
Wednesday, February 02, 2011
What you don't see is the slaughtered Elephant representing Bama to Isaiah Crowell's right. Sure we all see the cute English Bulldog puppy and for good reason. Puppies are adorable. But what about the discarded elephant? Crowell has set off a dangerous precedent that will have a ripple effect for years to come.
I'm still waiting to get confirmation if Troy Niklas brought a leprechaun on stage after he suffocated Tommy Trojan with an extra large Trojan.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 11:20 AM
She's lucky there wasn't an Ohio State recruit working security at LAX.
Picture via Egotastic
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 11:05 AM
I literally can't stop laughing at this screen grab. You can see the sadness and hatred burning deeply in Rich Rod's eyes. This is what people saw in Jeffrey Dahmer's eyes before they were put in the freezer section.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 10:43 AM
Seriously why the fuck would you send a guy like Anderson Cooper to the middle of Egypt to cover a riot? I mean did you not think a pretty white boy would stick out among those jackals? Just another reason why CNN is falling behind FOX News and MSNBC for news. From my confidential sources I've been told Cooper enjoyed getting gang banged...I mean beaten up by a bunch of gorillas.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 10:23 AM
Since today is National Signing Day why not focus on a former 5 star all world recruit who never lived up to his potential coming out of high school. Today we learned that USC quarterback Mitch Mustain, the guy Charlie Weis turned down at Notre Dame because he was recruiting Jimmy Clausen, was arrested last night after selling prescription drugs to an undercover cop. It's the little things that count.
Mustain, 22, was arrested Tuesday at 8:10 p.m. and was booked on the felony charge at the West Valley-area station, according to Los Angeles Police Department officials. Mustain was released after posting $30,000 bail.
The arrest came as the result of a sting operation, but police did not elaborate on details of the case.
Mustain did not return phone or text messages seeking comment.
Mustain is the second former Trojan to get arrested this week with Everson Griffin being the other. Griffin managed to get arrested for felony battery. Both of these players were elite recruits coming out of high school when they signed their letter of intent and as you can see both failed in terms of realizing their full potential on the football field. Off the field they get 4 stars for narcotics and battery. Good job guys!
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 10:00 AM
Not all is well in Columbus on Signing Day. Incoming recruit Chris Carter was arrested yesterday for fondling girls while pretending to measure and fit them for their ROTC uniforms. HAHA...why the fuck did I never think of that in high school?
Cleveland Police said a 15-year-old girl told officers that Carter took her out of her classroom and into a room behind the JFK auditorium and told her he needed to measure her for the uniform.
"Once inside the room, (Carter) asked the victim to take off her sweatshirt and shirt so he could take her measurements," the police report said. "He cut off the lights. . . and stated 'I need you to take your bra off.' The arrested male than put his arms under her arms from behind and attempted to pull her bra up."
The girl told police she refused to cooperate and left the room.
The future offensive lineman does have the ability to engage with the defenders and takes a hands on approach with his rapist wit. He should fit in quite well with Ohio State.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 9:48 AM
The Georgia Bulldogs completed their "Dream Team" on National Signing Day with the commitment of the #1 tailback in the nation in Isaiah Crowell. Crowell is from nearby Columbus, GA and picked the Bulldogs over Alabama.
If you watched UGA last season you could tell that tailbacks Washaun Ealey and Caleb King were not going to be the "home run" type backs that Georgia has been accustomed to with the likes of Knowshon Moreno, Garrison Hearst, Rodney Hampton, and of course Herschel Walker. Crowell has a great chance of being one of the elite RB's in the SEC next season. If you remember how much of an impact Marcus Lattimore made for South Carolina this past season then get ready for Crowell to have the same opportunity.
I know high school 5 star recruits are 50/50 when it comes to realizing their potential in college but I believe Crowell will be more Hearst than Jasper Sanks in Athens.
Georgia finished off strong by landing a top 5 class and 2011 will be a make or break season for Mark Richt and his staff.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 9:29 AM
The Ohio State Buckeyes finished their 2011 class out with a bang with the signing of Curtis Grant, the #1 linebacker in the country and #2 player overall according to Rivals.com. The Richmond, VA native Grant had narrowed his choices to Florida, North Carolina, and his home state Virginia Cavaliers but decided Jim Tressel and Columbus would be the best fit. This is a huge get for the Buckeyes. Grant to me was one of the most impressive football players with his instincts and just overall athleticism in the All-Star games. He has a chance to make an immediate impact for the Buckeyes with the losses of all three starters in Andrew Sweat, Ross Homan, and Brian Rolle at linebacker. Expect to hear big things soon from Grant.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 9:19 AM