TMI from T.O.
According to TMZ.com, a woman who met former NFL star receiver Terrell Owens on Twitter and had cybersex with him on Skype is offering to sell explicit photos she captured of T.O. masturbating.
Poor Craig James. His transition from imbecilic college football announcer to unemployment is now officially complete.
James yesterday lost his bid to become a U.S. Senator from Texas, finishing in a distant fourth place in the state’s Republican primary. In fact, James managed only 4% of the vote. How did a conservative former star Texas athlete and ESPN “celebrity” get trounced so badly, even if it was only his first election? One analysis points out that James “was an unknown to many and not liked by those who did.”
Why was Craig James hated by so many people? James himself addressed that topic in an interview last month. Any Google search also reveals an amazing number of articles trashing James from one article detailing how he wet the bed into his teens to others detailing his alleged constant adultery. All of this anti-Craig James media is fascinating (seriously, look it up) but none of it is as awesome as the headlines generated by James over one particular urban legend.
That’s right, there’s an urban legend that James killed five hookers when he attended SMU. While at the school, James took so much money from boosters ($30,000 in 1977 dollars) that he killed not just the hookers but SMU’s entire football program. The team received the NCAA Death Penalty.
Too bad ESPN has already stated they will never rehire James who is known as:
a) one the cheatingest amateur athlete in the history of America
b) arguably the worst voter in the history of the college football media poll
and c) now a guy who lost an election based in part on a five-dead-hookers Internet urban legend.
Former NFL and CFL quarterback Joe Kapp is 73 years old. However, that didn’t stop him from getting into a brawl (with a cane no less) at a banquet honoring the 1963 Grey Cup.
Kapp, who played for the B.C. Lions, went after a former Hamilton Tiger Cats player when he tried giving Anegelo Mosca a boquet of flowers as a “peace offering.” Mosca’s response: “Shove it up your ass!”
It’s on! Old guy fight ensues. The best part is when Mosca strikes Kapp repeatedly with his cane.
Google lists 573 stories on this guy today.
A terrible city just got worse. One day after it was announced that Oklahoma City was being awarded a Lingerie Football League expansion team, the mayor has killed the possibility of a franchise coming there.
Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett made it clear he does not want a lingerie football team in his town. Cornett personally nixed a football team of scantily clad women playing in the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. NBC hilariously points out that would be the same Cox Convention Center that recently held an event for the Church of Satan.
The president of the Fortune 500 company TD Ameritrade has been named the new football coach of the UFL’s Virginia Destroyers. Joe Moglia had been a defensive coordinator on Ivy League championship teams at Dartmouth. However, hed hadn;t coached at any level since 1982.
There’s a pretty good reason for Moglia’s abscence from football. He was busy handling billions of dollars. Moglia became a Wall Street tycoon at Merrill Lynch. He eventually left that firm and became the CEO at TD Ameritrade-the third largest broker in the U.S.
Although still the company’s president, Moglia resigned as CEO from TD Ameritrade to serve as an “unpaid adviser” to Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini. Moglia has been the Huskers “life skills and leadership consultant.”
Sports Hell hath no fury like a Saskatchewan Roughrider fan scorned. Just ask Canadian Football League quarterback Henry Burris. Burris spurned the Roughriders a couple years ago by bolting for the Calgary Stampeders via free agency. Now fans have posted photos of Burris wearing a bra in a photo with a woman who is not his wife.
The photos were leaked on a Roughriders fan page. The photos were apparently taken off Facebook and from a birthday party for Burris.