Warren Sapp and Michael Irvin Remind You Who’s STILL the Best LB in the League

Can you blame them?  Mike also shows us a face formerly known only to Dallas nightclub bathroom attendants circa 1995.

To the delight of ‘Canes alumni everywhere, Ray Lewis came through with the game-clinching pick in yesterday’s 17-14 win over the Steelers.  Maybe someone should tell him he’s 35.  Naaah.

Thanks to Tiz – whose blood is orange on one side and green on the other side – for the tip.

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Lebron Says Ohio State Will Beat UM. Yawn.

So last week, Lebron tweeted that he thinks Ohio State will beat the Hurricanes when they come to town…and that he may even go.

@KingJames: I thinking bout going down to the Horseshoe next Sat for that battle. O-State will prevail for sure. Will be exciting! Good luck tonight Bucks

If you’re a Miami fan and you’re getting your panties in a twist, Tommy’s going to come back there and hit you in the head with a tack hammer, because you are a retard.  Obvious PR is obvious.  The Buckeyes are coming into the season ranked #2, so it’s not like he’s saying anything outlandish here.  Just trying to convince some people back in Akron that playing ball in Miami is about what’s best for his career, not changing his stripes.

Do yourself a favor and wait until he actually shows up to the stadium to care about this story.

We Got Some Canes Over Here!!!1

See what I did there? I’m just kidding though, those hurricanes are actually a lot closer to the coast now!

But seriously, the Miami Hurricanes are set to kick off their season this evening against FAMU and I am sad to report I will not be able to attend.  The FAMU game is always a great time.  A warmup game with the best band around playing all your Trick Daddy favorites.  Those of you that are lucky enough to go would be wise to hit up East 23 for the ultimate Hurricanes tailgate, now sponsored by Red Stripe.  Hooray, keg stands!

Out: Beer Helmet In: Beer Bandolier

Yea, I had no idea that’s what it was called either, despite considering myself a bit of a wannabe wordsmith.
Oh, and you can stop wondering about pronunciation, because they’re going with “Hops Holster.” You didn’t really think the geniuses that came up with this thing were actually going to lose sales because of French, did you?

Next time you’re tailgating, camping or attending a BYOB party you can avoid those long, thirsty walks back to the cooler or the fridge by keeping a plethora of your favorite canned beers right on your chest

Weighing in with 120 oz. of added beer for your buck vs. a Camel Bak or Beer Helmet, the “Hops Holster” is best described as a giant leap for mankind.  It also 1. has the added feature of helping you count your way through a 12-pack and 2. is completely out of stock.  It’s all good though.  Personally, I could really only use one if it came in a different color scheme.

Source via Geekologie

This Season, It Just Might Be All About the []_[]

Despite all the Miami Heat talk going around recently, few sports fans down south have forgotten where their priorities lie: football. Namely, college football as the Dolphins seem to be eternally ping-ponging between mediocrity and irrelevance. The University of Miami Hurricanes are looking better and better as the summer progresses, after securing on of the nation’s top recruits in 6’8″ 300-pound OT Seantrel Henderson. Henderson famously signed a letter of intent with USC, but backed out and went with Miami after Southern Cal came under fire for NCAA recruiting sanctions.

Miami has the talent, they have the depth; whether that will translate into on field success is yet to be determined. One thing is for sure this team might not be a year away as many pundits have proclaimed. If you ask any Hurricane player they will tell you that they’re poised to make a run for the championship this season.

BleacherReport.com – “Hurricane’s A-Brewin: Why Miami will Play for a National Title This Year.”

The big difference maker here will most likely be QB Jacory Harris, who shows more promise each year but never quite convinces us that he’s the superstar we all want him to be.  But with the right pieces around him, we’ve seen that UM quarterbacks don’t even need to be superstars to get the job done.  Hell, they can even be Ken Dorsey, who, after a few seasons at third string for the Browns (YES, those Browns) has signed with the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts to compete against former-Dolphin Cleo Lemon in a 5 way race for the starting job. GOOD LUCK WITH THAT.

Hit the link above, or this one for the full article at BleacherReport.com

Thanks to Steve for the tip.