Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Jahvid Best 75 yd TD

Jahvid Best is an electrifying rookie with the Detroit Lions, here is a 75 yard TD against the Eagles in week 2.

A Must See for all Teachers

This is a great video that a friend of mine posted on Facebook. After watching it the first time I was speechless, in subsequent times that I watched it made a large impression on me and that is why I am sharing it with you. Enjoy!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Look-Alikes Part 9: Night is Falling Again

Our first set of Look-Alikes are Ivan Drago from Rocky IV and Andrei Kirilenko of the Utah Jazz

Next we have '80s One-Hit Wonder Thomas Dolby and Food Network Star Alton Brown

Next is Sage Brocklebank who plays Buzz McNab on Psych and Jake Delhomme who now plays for the Cleveland Browns

Next we have Kirk Herbstreit from ESPN's College Gameday and Colt McCoy rookie QB for the Cleveland Browns

Finally we have actor Tom Selleck and former NFL QB Mark Malone

Happy Birthday Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt is one of my All-Time favorite baseball players. In honor of today being his birthday I'm posting this video clip from when he retired.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Christine O'donnell on Hannity

Christine O'donnell recently became the Republican Nominee for the Senate from the state of Deleware. Here is a clip from her on Hannity last night (9/21/10).

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Greatest Coaches Countdown - #41 Tony La Russa

Sport: MLB
Stops: White Sox (1979 - 1986)
Athletics (1986 - 1995)
Cardinals (1996 - Present)
Record: 2,514 - 2,193 (.534 Winning Percentage) [as of 8/3/09]
Championships: 2

Fun Facts
  1. Only Connie Mack & John McGraw have won more games than La Russa, a 3 time Sporting News "Manager of the Year"
  2. La Russa began batting his pitcher in the 8th spot instead of the 9th spot in the batting order
  3. Had a short playing career accumulating 35 hits in 132 total games played (40 as a starter)

Monday, September 13, 2010

Today in History for September 13th

Today, September 13th is my birthday. While I was playing around on Youtube today i stumbled across this video of some historical things that have occurred on September 13th throughout the years.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Best by the Numbers - Philadelphia Edition

  1. Richie Ahburn
  2. David Akers
  3. Allen Iverson
  4. Chris Webber
  5. Donovan McNabb
  6. Julius Erving
  7. Ron Jaworski - "The Polish Rifle" now does Monday Night Football for ESPN
  8. Shane Victorino
  9. Andre Iguadalo
  10. Darren Daulton
  11. Jimmy Rollins
  12. Randall Cunningham
  13. Wilt Chamberlain
  14. Pete Rose - The All-Time Hits leader played 4 seasons with the Phillies
  15. Hal Greer
  16. Bob Clarke
  17. Harold Charmical
  18. Ken Linseman
  19. Greg Luzinski
  20. Mike Schmidt - Schmidt played his entire career with the Phillies winning 10 Gold Gloves, 3 NL MVPs and the 1980 World Series MVP
  21. Eric Allen
  22. Rick Tocchet
  23. Troy Vincent
  24. Mike Lieberthal
  25. Keith Primeau
  26. Chase Utley
  27. Ron Hextall
  28. Kjell Samuelsson
  29. John Kruk - Was a 3-time All Star as a Phillie
  30. Johan Backland
  31. Wilbert Montgomery
  32. Steve Carlton
  33. Aaron Rowand
  34. Kevin Millwood
  35. Cole Hamels
  36. Brian Westbrook
  37. Eric Desjardins
  38. Curt Schilling - Has a blog at
  39. Quintin Demps
  40. Tyrone Hill
  41. Keith Byars
  42. Jerry Stackhouse
  43. Martin Biron
  44. Derrick Coleman
  45. Tug McGraw - Father of singer Tim McGraw
  46. Herman Edwards - Edwards is best known as the player who recovered the fumble in "The Miracle at the Meadowlands" in 1978
  47. Larry Anderson
  48. Daniel Briere
  49. Dan Klecko - Son of Joe Klecko
  50. Mark Simoneau
  51. Heathcliff Slocumb
  52. Matt Geiger
  53. Bobby Abreu
  54. Brad Lidge
  55. Dikembe Mutombo
  56. Derrick Burgess
  57. Chris Gocong
  58. Trent Cole
  59. Seth Joyner - The Spring Valley native played for the Eagles from 1986 - 1993
  60. Chuck Bednarik - Bednarik got an NCAA award named after him which is given to the best Defensive Player
  61. Bill Dunstan
  62. Max Jean-Giles
  63. Hank Fraley
  64. Ed George
  65. Charlie Johnson
  66. Trey Darilek
  67. Gerry Feehery
  68. Steve Sciullo
  69. Jon Runyan - Runyan is currently running for New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District as a Republican nominee
  70. Al Wistert
  71. Jason Peters
  72. Tra Thomas
  73. Shawn Andrews
  74. John Niland
  75. Stan Walters
  76. Shawn Bradley
  77. Artis Hicks
  78. Brodrick Bunkley
  79. Ian Allen
  80. Kevin Curtis
  81. Terrell Owens
  82. L.J. Smith
  83. Vince Papale - Was the inspiration for the Disney Movie "Invincible"
  84. Hank Baskett
  85. Jeff Thomason
  86. Fred Barnett
  87. Brent Celek
  88. Eric Lindros
  89. Chad Lewis
  90. Mike Golic - Currently co-hosts "Mike & Mike in the Morning" with Mike Greenberg
  91. Sam Rayburn
  92. Reggie White - White died in 2004 at the age of 43
  93. Jevon Kearse
  94. N.D. Kalu
  95. Jerome McDougle
  96. Paul Grasmanis
  97. Jeremy Roenick
  98. Mike Patterson
  99. Mitch Williams