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Joba’s DUI Tape and Jeff Garcia’s Wife

04.08.09 at 6:50 am ET
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Watch Joba try to sweet talk the police after getting pulled over for DUI in Nebraska — unreal.

Once and for all can we put the Jeff Garcia rumor to rest……this is his wife

Jeff and his wife

Jeff and his wife

Big Show Talking Points For Today At 2pm!

04.03.09 at 7:45 am ET
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Here are the talking points you will hear on the Cassel Trade throughout the day!

 

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1) A 3 way deal takes too long to accomplish.

2) Pats had 6 days from when Cassel signed his tender to take offers…not 24 hours.

3) Cassel’s 1 year deal not as attractive as if he were under a long term contract.

4) Cassel is a system QB, the next Scott Mitchell.

5) Bill Belichick turned a 7th round pick into a 2nd round pick.

6) Pats had other business to do, couldn’t let James Sanders walk.

7) There is more to come!

8 ) The 34th pick is worth more to the Patriots than the 18th pick.

9) Shut up, you’re a TURD!!!!!

Who’s Hotter? and more Jack follow-up, and not 24.

03.30.09 at 10:55 am ET
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Okay, so last week we we did a who’s hotter with Lindsey Vonn, Helen Thomas and Anna Rawson.  So sitting in the office pre show, and reading the inside track with their picture of Bridget.  I thought a good blog post that would draw people in, besides what 5 things I am looking forward to this weekend, who is hotter, Gisele or Bridget.  Here are a couple images to help you in your comments.

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Send your votes to dennisandcallahan@weei.com.  And just so you know, Vanity Fair on their site did a poll of who is the most beautiful woman in the world, and Angelina Jolie is leading with 64%, and Gisele with 5%.  My vote, and I hate to go against my boy (number 12), but I think that Bridget is much better looking than Gisele, disagree with me, send in your emails!

I have been on this since November…

Great games for the Bruins over the weekend, Fernandez looked a little rusty on Saturday night but they pulled out the win with an amazing hartnellseven goals.  Sunday was much more impressive, physical, crisp game in Philly versus the hated Flyers.  And is it me or shouldn’t Hartnell cut his hair?  As one astute hockey observer pointed out to me, Nick Chach, Hartnell is a wimp and only picks on the smaller guys, well said for a 6 year old.  I digress.  Here is the real reason I am posting about the Bruins.  In the second period, Jack Edwards did something I have never heard an announcer do.  He taunted the other team on the broadcast.  Sounding like, well like my 6 year old before his games.   Missed it?  I have posted it in the blog.  Honestly I blogged about this back in November, so this isn’t my first go round here.

Now will people believe me.  Again, he could be the nicest guy in the world, I don’t dislike him personally but honestly, there is no need for this during a B’s game.  So I think now I will start the BBDA campaign.  What is BBDA Chach?  Bring Back Dale Arnold!  I think I will start a facebook page, if I can figure it out.  I have held back long enough, I have tried to watch without listening, but then I miss the insight Brickley adds and helps me understand why someone will do something during the game.  That’s all for now, hopefully Meter will rent Slumdog Millionare Tuesday and watch it, and then tries to engage  D and C to talk about it and they avoid him!

WEEI Employee Bracket Pool **Final 4 Update**

03.30.09 at 10:24 am ET
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How many of you ripped your hair out after Jamie Dixon’s Pittsburgh Panthers completely crumbled a six-point lead with 3 minutes left? Get a gift mistake from Villanova and tie it with 6 seconds remaining. Only to allow Nova’s Scottie Reynolds run the court with 5.5 seconds left and score the winning lay up. I know I’m missing hair, but thanks to Pitt they were nice enough to leave me some paper from their last second defense!

Well after Pitt lost I got text messages and phone calls from many bracketeers wondering what the current standings were. I told these eager fans to give me a break and I’ll tell them after game one on Sunday. After game one Sunday I got very few text messages. Oh did I forget to mention most of them were Louisville fans.

On to the standings, you will notice a lot of shifts and at this point only 7 brackets have a Champion alive. Five have the impressive UConn, one in good shape with UNC, and one bracket with the hometown Michigan State.

Some brackets are completely dead and have no more teams left, therefore cannot earn any more points. For the brackets that do not have a champion pay attention because you can still earn points by having a team move onto the Championship game which is 16 points and can leap you into the money. I’ll break down scenarios this week, and who is realistically still in the running for the money.

For the record only two out of the 28 brackets had Villanova and one has Michigan State in the Final Four.

-JPod

***Here are the standings after the completion of the Elite Eight***

Gary Grodecki (93pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: UConn

Kathy Kessel [88pts]- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Louisville

Matt Loper (85pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: UNC

Adam Shea [85pts]- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Louisville

John Ryder (84pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: UConn

Mike Kirby [83pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Memphis

Jason Pothier (81pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Pitt

Butch Stearns (80pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: UConn

John Dennis [79pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Pitt

Mike Mutnansky (79pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: UConn

Dale Arnold (76pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Pitt

Mikey Adams (76pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: UConn

Julie Kahn (74pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Michigan State

Mike Walsh [73pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Pitt

Lauren Galenski (73pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Louisville

Zach Wintrow (72pts)- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Memphis

Marc Stroum [72pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Louisville

Gerry Callahan [71pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Memphis

Lou Merloni [71 pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Louisville

Larry Johnson [71pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Memphis

Jason Wolfe [69pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Memphis

Pete Sheppard [67pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Pitt

Bob Taylor [66pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Louisville

Brett Erickson [64pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Memphis

Bernie Albanese [61pts]- Final Four teams left 1/Champion: Louisville

Steve Ciaccio [61pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Memphis

Ian Meropol [61pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Louisville

Tim Walsh [52pts]- Final Four teams left 0/Champion: Pitt

**** All updates after Elite Eight games are final 3/28-29****

WEEI Employee Bracket Update **Elite 8**

03.28.09 at 3:06 pm ET
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Not too many people were hurt as much as yesterday’s Memphis loss, however some people had Gonzaga, Cuse and Kansas in their Final Four which hurt. Louisville, UNC and Oklahoma fans have a lot to brag about after those blow outs.

It should be a great weekend for the elite eight with first game (4:40p)UConn vs.Missouri and (7:05P)Villanova vs. Pittsburgh on Saturday. Sunday features (2:20p)Michigan State vs.Louisville and (5:05p)Oklahoma vs.UNC.

Some of you have already been eliminated mathematically. So if you are one of theose people, thank you for your participation. What is it they say…there are two things in life that are certain, death and taxes. Well, I’m adding another one. Death, Taxes, and NCAA Tournament Brackets!

***Here is where we stand after the completion of the Sweet 16:***

Adam Shea (77 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Louisville

Gary Grodecki (77 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: UConn

John Ryder (76 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: UConn

Mike Kirby (75 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Memphis

Mike Walsh (73 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Pitt

Lou Merloni (71 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Louisville

Kathy Kessel (71 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: Pitt

John Dennis (71 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Pitt

Mike Mutnansky (71 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: UConn

Matt Loper (69 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: UNC

Dale Arnold (68 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Pitt

Mikey Adams (68 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: UConn

Pete Sheppard (67 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Pitt

Jason Pothier (65 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: Pitt

Lauren Galenski (65 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Lousiville

Marc Stroum (64 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: Lousiville

Butch Stearns (64 pts)- Final Four teams left 4/Champion: UConn

Zach Wintrow (64 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Memphis

Brett Erickson (64 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Memphis

Larry Johnson (63 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Memphis

Gerry Callahan (63 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Memphis

Steve Ciaccio (61 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Memphis

Ian Meropol (61 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Lousiville

Jason Wolfe (61 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Memphis

Julie Kahn (58 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Michigan State

Bob Taylor (58 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Lousiville

Bernie Albanese (53 pts)- Final Four teams left 2/Champion: Lousiville

Tim Walsh (52 pts)- Final Four teams left 3/Champion: Pitt

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