Big Lead Sports Bar

3/12/2007

Mahan=Super Bowl, Kwiatkowski time, Isiah Extended, Laraque Fight Video, NIT Brackets, Geico Cavemen Pilot

There's 946 billionaires on Forbes' 2007 list of the world's richest people. Obviously, this list was printed before Joey Porter signed his new contract.

Does the Steelers' signing of Notre Dame alum Sean Mahan guarantee a Super Bowl title? This theory says YES.

Congrats to Pitt and Robert Morris, both headed to the women's field of 64

The Penguins are ready to unleash Joel Kwiatkowski on the NHL

Isiah Thomas just got extended. Are the Lions and Knicks owned by the same person?

Congrats to the Big East, who landed three teams in this year's NIT Tournament.

In the "completely unshocking news department", Snoop Dogg was arrested on suspicion of using illegal narcotics in Sweden.

For the ultimate in laziness, here's a fridge that tosses you beer.

Here's video of the first-ever Georges Laraque Penguins fight from Saturday afternoon:



An update on last week's story about the Geico Cavemen getting their own show: here's a clip from the pilot epsiode featuring a little golf with Phil Simms

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5 comments:

Sean said...

Raul - I noticed that you did not mention Penn State making the NCAA Men's or Women's NCAA Tournament. I think either you or the Committees made a terrible mistake. (I promise that this will be the last jab at Adam for a long time. This may have been one too many.)

I don't really follow Women's basketball, but if Pitt wins, they will play Tennessee at the Peterson Events Center. I wonder if Pat Summitt is upset that they have to play a road game in the 2nd round.

Jeremy said...
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Jeremy said...

THE PENS ARE STAYING

I SAID: THE PENS ARE STAYING

Louis Lipps is my homeboy said...

Hey, is that would-be Pens owner Jim Ballsillie in the list of the Top 50 Richest People?

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