Right now the USA men’s hockey team has more to loose than a Championship run. The looser of this semifinal matchup between the USA and Canada gets to keep Justin Beiber. This fact alone should be reason enough to BEAT …Read more
Kansas City Rookie, Kyle Zimmer, was quoted “Learning from the Old Guys”. Well, this little quote got throw around the bull pen and the “Old Guys” joined him on the field. James Shields commented on the little prank. …Read more
Rangers are getting a surprise in Surprise. Russell Wilson tweeted this picture in the Sea Hawks equipment room telling Rangers Fans he’s headed to Spring Training …Read more
As I sat packing for my first trip to Arizona for Spring Training, the one question that came to my mind was… “What do I HAVE to bring with me?” I was curious to see what others opinions were, so …Read more
One of my favorite things to watch on a Football Sunday, besides the actual game, is the player’s Celebration after a big play. The raw emotion that comes from the adrenaline rush is an action that cannot be duplicated. With that being said, the men of the NFL top the cake and win most entertaining celebrations. Like Justin Tucker breaking out in “Oh Kill’ em”, DeSean Jackson, Lance Moore, Aaron Rodgers doing the “discount double check”. So many great moments you cannot just pick one.
BUT the best celebration of the SEASON happened Sunday during the Pro Bowl. After sacking Kansas City QB, Alex Smith, J.J. Watt decided in the spirt of Hawaii to go out on his surfboard to catch the wave he created… Then tweeting out “Hit ’em with the Surfboard”.
Even though team Sanders lost, the 2 time pro bowler had a sack, two Quarterback hits, and two passes defended.
Good job Mr. Watt you have my vote on most entertaining Celebration of 2013.
Maybe we will see some more surfboarding in the seasons to come..
My first ever professional interview with the TCU legend Gary Patterson, right before his record breaking win against Grambling State. It was a big weekend for TCU: The renovated Amon G. Cater Stadium opened, 110th win was on the line …Read more
DFW’s own Gina Miller and the GREAT sports photographer Bill Ellis on the field at Ranger’s opening day! This was an awesome experience that I will remember for a life time. Josh Hamilton’s return to the Ballpark in Arlington Derek …Read more