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Wake N’ Blog For March 15th: If You Show Up Hammered To Your DUI Sentencing, You Might Be A D-Horn

Wake N’ Blog is the Sportress of Blogitude’s morning link dump. It is now time to figure out whether I make the trek out to Milwaukee to watch the Gophers play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday. Where there’s a will there’s a way.

• I suppose it can’t make it any worse, right? When 30-year-old Jason Botos was dropped off at the courthouse in Papillion courthouse in Nebraska by his father, he was too drunk to appear at his sentencing hearing related to a DUI conviction. He was so drunk that Botos’ father needed assistance from deputies to help his son out of the car. Sweet mercy. [MSNBC/AP]

• Here is a great story how Arnold Palmer put Ben Roethlisberger in his place after Big Ben acted like an asshole at a golf course. [Waggle Room]

• Ashley Judd doing the John Wall dance. Nice. Sort of. [Busted Coverage]

• You know those Chuck Liddell and Chad Ochocinco naked videos? They were viral ads. [The Big Lead]

• I cannot wait for Wednesday’s new South Park when they lampoon Tiger Woods. [Sports Media Watch]

• What a dick. PR firm hired by Craig James blogged using pseudonyms to criticize Mike Leach. [SPORTSbyBROOKS]

• The Big Easy is back on top, baby. [Devil Ball Golf]

• Clark Kellogg referenced Bang Bus when discussing the Midwest region. [Tirico Suave]

• TNT has retired Charles Barkley’s jean shorts. [That NBA Lottery Pick]

• Another awesome display of skilled photoshoppery by the fellas at FHF. Today: Who’s Next? [Four Habs Fans]

• Be sure to head on over to WL and sign up for the Uproxx NCAA Pool of Awesome. [With Leather]

• Speaking of brackets, it’s time to start planning. Here are some do’s and don’ts for filling out yours from an expert. [The Dagger]

• Ha. Gaylord Perry asked Bud Selig to repeal the spitball ban. [Big League Stew]

• Fifteen awesome photos of people getting arrested while wearing costumes. [Uncoached]

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