This is kind of like when women go from Playboy to Sports Illustrated, like Jeff Garcia's wife. You can't go backwards in this kind of thing. So not only does Bush and Kardashian owe us a sex tape, they need to make the sequel more over the top.
And one thing, Kim. You might want to hang out with our pal Gina Cruz and let her know that not all angles are flattering.
FAVRE WATCH CONTINUES
Didn't get enough of Brett Favre this week? The Los Angeles Times reports that NFL Network will be showing 30 hours of Favre this weekend. Do you suppose they will be showing highlights of Super Bowl XXXII? Doubtful.
This scheduling, however, does lead to a couple of questions. First, when are they going to reschedule the 945th viewing of the "Making of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders?" And how does this impact the repeated viewing of the "Making of the San Diego Chargers" video?
And second, the NFL Network has something to show during the offseason? Thought that NFL Network just turned into the test pattern once the season ended. They have an awfully lot of time to kill on that Network considering that they do only an hour of original programing each day. Couldn't they throw Joe Thiesmann a bone and give him some show on the Network?
- Does UCLA have the worst fans ever? That's the only conclusion you can come up with after watching that UCLA vs. Stanford game on Thursday night. Has their ever been a bigger collection of non-factor fans than the Bruins? They seem like a lame version of the Cameron Crazies. They need to come up with some gimmick or something, because it's just sad.
- The Green Bay Packers are said to be looking at Redskins backup quarterback Mark Brunnell. That might not be a bad move considering that Aaron Rogers hasn't exactly been the picture of health in limited appearances.
- St. Louis FC is believed to be interested in Trent Green. The AFL quarterback on the bench is pretty excited about this news.