Wednesday, February 4, 2015

National Signing Day

Whoop! Kyler Murray signed with Texas A&M University today! This was nice since his father Kevin previously played QB under the coaching of Jackie Sherrill.  Good luck, Kyler, and welcome to Aggieland.

A Couple Of Hoops' Scores:

  1. The Spurs increased the woes of the Orlando Magic.  I bet they miss Superman now.
  2. Speaking of Superman, the Rockets beat the Bulls tonight and are now 17-7 at home.
  3. The OKC Thunder are above .500 after a win in the Crescent City over the Pelicans. Good, work, Westbrook.
  4. At press time, the Mavericks and Golden State Warriors were at the half with the Mavericks ahead by four.  Go, Mavs!

On a last note, a Yellow Flag of Shame to Dallas RB Joseph Randle for an arrest due to marijuana possession. Ugh!

Lady Grid out.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Game Over

What a finish to the Super Bowl!

  1. A miracle catch by Jermaine Kearse for the Seahawks. At that point, I knew they'd won the game.
  2. A questionable play call that will be mulled over the next day or so until it's on to a new subject.
  3. A brawl and ejection in the last eighteen seconds of the game. 
  4. An unbelievable interception by Malcolm Butler in the "ta-da" nick of time.
  5. Gronk looks like the student I'd have on the front row to keep an eye on him; there's a sparkle in his eye that prompts such a feeling.
  6. I was nearly perfect in my bracket except for the Broncos-Colts game a few weeks back.  Woo-hoo! I'm still not headed to Vegas, baby!

Hoop Time

  1. UNC lost to Virginia? Yergh!
  2. Hawks winning streak dried up at nineteen. Not bad, grasshopper.
  3. The Mavericks outlasted the T-Wolves.
  4. The OKC Thunder now have a .500 record.
I am wishing Manziel well in his quest for some true stability in his life. I want him to be successful for himself after seeing others struggle off-field. Asking for help and following through is always a good thing. Lady Grid out.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Crystal Ball Time

The kickoff is less than 90 minutes away, and the meatballs are cooking nicely.  We've watched about all of the pregame shows we can handle.  Let's play football!

The New England Patriots will win and dethrone the reigning champion Seattle Seahawks. Tom Brady or Rob Gronkowski will be the MVP, and someone had better take me and my family to Disney World.  Ha ha ha!

Patriots - 35
Seahawks - 27

Lady Grid out.