Cowgirl was on some Florida radio station when she made this brilliant statement (courtesy every site on the net):
"She's very talented. But it's so funny because if you look at her old tapes back when she worked at the Lightning, it was the most dreadful stuff you've ever seen in your life. People compare me and say, well, she's no Erin Andrews ... and I'm like, well, who's No. 1 on the computer. Suck it."
See, you just don't do that. The blogging world (outside of this site) just won't stand it. They all cry and complain, talking about how Andrews is a "real journalist." And Steve Lavin agrees.
What upsets me, however, is that Cowgirl has already backtracked and has half-heartedly apologized.
Why? Nobody likes you anyway, Cowgirl. The internets could use a good heel and feud that could only be ended in a "gravy match" on Monday Night RAW. Don't back down. Forget all of those bloggers backing Andrews because they feel like they have a shot. Pile it on.
- Boy, any other week Paula Creamer and the Weak Ender would have been all you.
- Wayne Weaver denied a report that the Jacksonville Jaguars are up for sale. The thinking being that a new owner would buy the Jags to move them to Los Angeles. No such dice. Besides, most fans would probably prefer some owner purchasing the St. Louis FC and moving the team to Southern California. Or maybe, if somebody bought the Jags, gave them to St. Louis and then moved the St. Louis FC franchise to Los Angeles. And to that scenario ... keep dreaming.
- If anybody can give a logical explanation as to what the hell went on during the Angels 11-10 victory over Texas on Thursday night, that would be wonderful. The Angels blew a six run lead. Had three walks and a single in the ninth, but did not score. K-Rod dropped a bunt attempt that was popped up, and then threw the ball into center field. And they still won. Crazy. Oh, and if anybody wants to get out Michael Young just once in my lifetime, that would be super.
- Jason Giambi and his mustache are not going to the All-Star game. Life makes sense again. See what would have happened Barry if you had just said you were sorry. For something. You didn't have to say what you did, just say you were sorry. Oh, and a mustache wouldn't hurt, either.
- Late addition: Warren Sapp is an a-hole.
People seem bent out of shape that Elton Brand went back on his hand-shake agreement with the Clippers. Shocked might actually be a better word. But what people are forgetting are two things.
1. Brand went to Duke. And you can't trust anybody who went to Duke.
2. This was the Clippers. Do you really think that the organization was going to do anything right. The Clippers are like the NBA version of Al Bundy. If something good happens to them, then something is going to go horribly wrong. So when Baron Davis signed with the Clippers, the only logical conclusion was that Brand was going to leave the team.
The biggest shocker was that people were surprised.