Monthly Archives: October 2012

SEC Strength of Schedule could create the Biggest BCS Controversy Yet

Published by, The NFL Guapo SEC teams have clearly benefited from their strength of schedule and enjoyed a decided advantage in the final regular season BCS rankings in recent years. Although arguably justified, this edge has been the source of significant controversy from the other NCAA programs around the nation as high profile bowl games and national championship invitations have been routinely sent to SEC programs. The result, of course, is a never ending demand amongst all for a playoff system to rectify any debate. Unfortunately, with another Alabama/LSU regular season showdown impending, college football fans may be steamrolling towards … Continue reading

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As Manny Steward encouraged before dying, Wladimir Klitschko will train with sparring partner Johnathon Banks to fight Mariusz Wach

Before dying last week from diverticulitis at the age of 68, International Boxing Hall of Fame trainer Manny Steward encouraged The Ring, WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion “Dr. Steelhammer” Wladimir Klitschko to hire his primary sparring partner, Johnathon Banks, to work as a cornerman when he defends his belts against mammoth Polish fighter “The Viking” Mariusz Wach on November 10 at the O2 World Arena in Hamburg, Germany. The 6-foot-6, 243 pound Klitschko (58-3, 51 KOs), who has triumphed in 16 consecutive bouts since being TKO’d by Lamon Brewster in April 2004, accepted Steward’s advice and has teamed … Continue reading

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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid is right to stick with Michael Vick over Nick Foles

Despite losing 30-17 to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Eagles head coach Andy Reid will rightfully continue starting quarterback Michael Vick over unproven rookie Nick Foles. Granted, the 6-foot, 215 pound Vick, who has tossed nine touchdowns, in contrast to eight picks, for 1,823 yards and a substandard 78.6 QB rating, has struggled this season over seven games. Regardless, the 32-year-old Vick didn’t commit a single turnover against Atlanta and the Eagles’ depleted offensive line couldn’t block Clay Aiken at this point. Further exonerating Vick, Philadelphia’s brilliant new defensive coordinator, Todd Bowles, and … Continue reading

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It is time for Jets head coach Rex Ryan to replace the substandard Mark Sanchez with the mediocre Tim Tebow

Despite continuing to play like a worthless gump in New York’s 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Jets head coach Rex Ryan wrongly intends to stick with embattled quarterback Mark Sanchez rather than inserting Tim Tebow to give the team an opportunity to compete. “I think Mark’s our guy,” said Ryan, 49, who drafted Sanchez with the fifth overall selection out of the University of Southern California (USC) in the 2009 NFL Draft. “I don’t think there’s any doubt about that. I’m confident in Mark.” With Tebow, a talented athlete … Continue reading

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Birthday babe of the week – Daniela Urzi

Arousing Argentinean Daniela Urzi turned 36 this past Sunday, October 28. Urzi, a 5-foot-10 beauty with funbags requiring a 34B bra, was born and raised in Buenos Aires. The glowing brown-haired, blue-eyed trim has loved the camera for renowned brands and periodicals like Armani Jeans, Roberto Cavalli, Burberry, Vogue, ELLE and, most memorably, Victoria’s Secret. Actor John Stamos claimed to be doing the horizontal poker with Urzi during a May 2006 interview on the Howard Stern Radio Show. Since splitting with the erstwhile Jesse Katsopolis, Urzi has exchanged vows with some anonymous, lucky bastard. To a brilliant piece of ass, … Continue reading

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