Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Tuesday Tidbits...

The ball is tipped, there you are...

* What a game! Honestly, Gordon Hayward was about an inch away from making the greatest shot in the history of college basketball. That's not an overstatement either. A half court shot at the buzzer for the national title? Man, literally too good to be true. Still, what an amazing tournament and a great game! Please leave it be, NCAA.

* As great as the game was, Jennifer Hudson's rendition of "One Shining Moment" was equally as awful. I was going to post it, but I can't be responsible for other people's ear drums shattering from all the screaming. Plus, why do we need to see Jennifer Hudson 10 times during the montage? She's not that attractive. Ugh, way to blow it CBS.

* Also, here's my favorite play from the game:
In case you missed it, Matt "The mustache" Howard absolutely leveled Kyle Singler (aka, that creepy monk from the DaVinci Code) on the last play. It was awesome.

* If you're like me, you're probably pretty bummed about the end of college b-ball season. Well, Gus Johnson can keep you company through the off season right here.

* Braves rookie Jason Heyward homered in his first Major League at-bat yesterday. Also, the Braves started the Bobby Cox farewell tour with a 16-5 thrashing of the Cubs. Boo-Yah!

* Dr. Dog has a new cd "Shame, Shame" out today. I really loved their last album and this one has a song that features the one and only Yim Yames. I bought it at lunch and I'm mega excited to listen to it later.

* Not doing anything tomorrow? Come on out to Ulmer Stadium at 6 for the UofL v. UK softball game. I'll be running the video board and/or the music. Fun will be had by all.

* Parenthood is on at 10 on NBC tonight...you should watch it.

That's all for today. Enjoy your Tuesday.

Song of the Day: Dr. Dog - Shadow People

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