Morning Buzz 2.15.11

Posted: February 15, 2011 by robjoneslyes in Freak Stuff

Hope everybody survived Valentine’s Day without a pink slip from the old lady for not buying the right kind of flowers or chocolate. If you were so misfortunate, a good way to cheer yourself up would be to listen to myself and Greg Brohm on the Wazoo Sports Buzz at 9 AM on 1080 WKJK. You can stream online at TALKRADIO1080.com or on your smart phone with the IHEARTRADIO app.

Coach Mo from the VillageofLouisville.org and The Biggest Loser fame will join us to give his take on what’s going on in the sports world and give you a few tips on how to not be a fat ass (hint: Twinkies before bed don’t help)…

Buzzworthy

#1 goes down for the second time in 3 days. Kansas went into Manhattan and came out with a loss at the hands of Kansas St. K-State coach Frank Martin celebrated by breaking cinder blocks with his forehead.

Syracuse bounced back from their loss to the Cards on Saturday with a win last night against West Virginia. Jim Boeheim goes HAM in his press conference shakin’ all the haters off (wait…what?)

Albert Pujols is looking for 10-years $300 million. The Cards offered a less. Pujols sets a noon Thursday deadline for new offer or he’s testing free-agency. I can see it now: “I’ve decided to take my talents to…”

These NFL labor talks are getting ugly. Panthers owner Jerry Richardson allegedly mocks Peyton Manning, Drew Brees during negotiations. Manning should choke him. Get it? Manning? Choke?

Bieber is taking over the friggin’ world and there is nothing we can do to stop the kid. Here he is playing hoop with the Harlem Globetrotters. Actually, he probably has a similar game to Jon Hood.

This Day in Sports…

February 15, 1991 – Troy State sets NCAA Division II record with 103 points in 2nd half routing DeVry Institute 187-117. In other news, DeVry Institute has a basketball team.

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