Posted on: April 24, 2009 4:40 pm
 

Base ball jokes

Lets post our best baseball jokes, here is one to start off


WILL THE LADY WHO LEFT HER NINE KIDS AT WRIGLEY FIELD PLEASE PICK THEM UP?

THEY'RE BEATING THE Cubs 4-1 IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SEVENTH.
Category: MLB
Posted on: April 22, 2009 3:36 pm
 

Heisman 2009

I am going to list my top 5 Heisman candidates for 2009.

 1. Tim Tebow, QB Florida

He will be fighting to get back what was once his.  There's a reason the guy got the most first place votes in the 2008 balloting. He'll spend the year trying to become more of an NFL passer, but in the end, he'll end up carrying the entire Gator offense when things get tight. There will be a backlash because the media attention will be off the charts, and the entire act will be a bit grating, but the career might be too good not to make the guy the second two-timer

2.  Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

The incumbent, he will put up great numbers and be a force again, but I do not see the repeat. He will not receive alot of media attention but his teammate DeMarco Murray will steal some votes away from him.

3. Colt McCoy, QB Texas

He's neck-and-neck with Bradford and Tebow all season long in one of the greatest Heisman races of all-time. But he plays on a balanced offense in a very competitive league.  The Heismann winner may be the winner of the Red River shootout.

4. Terrelle Pryor, QB Ohio State
The guy really is good. With Beanie Wells off to the NFL, Pryor will suddenly become the entire Buckeye offense. The coaching staff will let him do far more, make far more downfield passes, and will lean on him to be the nation's newest all-around superstar.  Plus the media is in love with this guy and he will receive lots of hype

5. Javid Best, RB California
Uhhhhh, who? Non-USC Pac 10 players are normally ignored, Oregon's Dennis Dixon being the exception a few years ago, and no one outside of the Left Coast has any clue who Best is. That's going to change in a big hurry as he'll be the hot under-the-radar-guy-who-suddenly-be
comes-hip candidate. Rushing for 512 yards and six touchdowns in the final two games of the season will do that. Despite being hurt for stretches, he finished the year with 1,394 yards and 13 touchdown runs.

Please feel free to list your Top 5 and reply to my selections.

 
 
 
 
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