Don’t feel much like blogging today…

February 25, 2009 at 11:30 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Here’s a little Borat for you…



Conan O’Brien

February 12, 2009 at 1:49 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Love this guy. Check it out.

Awesome Article on the UF/UK Matchup

February 10, 2009 at 8:20 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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I found this on…..


By Kevin Brockway
Staff writer

Published: Monday, February 9, 2009 at 11:51 p.m.
Last Modified: Monday, February 9, 2009 at 11:51 p.m.

Florida and Kentucky come into their nationally televised game at Rupp Arena tonight both unranked, with neither team expected to make a deep run in the NCAA Tournament.


Where have you gone, Rajon Rando, Joakim Noah, Al Horford and Tayshaun Prince? Has the rivalry that once determined Southeastern Conference supremacy and high NCAA Tournament seeds lost some of its sizzle?

“I don’t think the rivalry has lost anything,” Florida sophomore forward Chandler Parsons said. “Our fans don’t like them. Their fans don’t like us. It’s going to be a competitive war out there. To be able to watch it all growing up and now to be a part of it is really special, just to think that we can go into Rupp Arena to get a win and make history, you just have to stay focused.”

Florida suffered a 75-70 loss at Rupp Arena a season ago, ending Florida’s seven-game winning streak in the series. Before that, Kentucky had won eight in a row against the Gators.

“They got us last year up there,” Florida sophomore point guard Nick Calathes said. “I think it’s huge. It will put us on top of the SEC East. And I think it would just be a huge win. We’ve got to be prepared.”

Both Florida and Kentucky are coming off a bye over the weekend. Both remain in contention in a four-team logjam atop the SEC East. Florida (19-4, 6-2 SEC) is a game ahead of Kentucky (16-7, 5-3 SEC). South Carolina (6-3) and Tennessee (5-3) remain in the running.

Kentucky coach Billy Gillispie called Florida “the most under-appreciated team in the country.”

“They’ve got one of the best point guards in the country, by far,” Gillispie said, referring to Calathes. “It’s amazing to me, a team that just came off back-to-back national championships with a coach destined for the Hall of Fame, just totally under-appreciated.

“They play great defense. They don’t give up a whole lot of points in conference. They’re really good in transition. You have to guard all five spots on the floor, which we’ve definitely had a hard time doing. They can shoot or beat you off the dribble, so they’re a very, very, very difficult matchup for everyone.”

Behind SEC scoring leader Jodie Meeks, Kentucky appeared ready to run away with the SEC early, jumping to a 5-0 start in league play. But the Wildcats come into tonight’s game on a three-game losing streak that’s included back-to-back losses to South Carolina and Mississippi State at Rupp Arena.

Kentucky already has lost four games at home this season.

“When we play well, we have the best homecourt advantage in the world,” Gillispie said. “There’s no question about that. But we have to give them a reason to help us. We haven’t done that nearly enough. The times they get most excited is the time we make plays in transition, making 3s, dunks, usually hustle plays and making defensive stops. We haven’t done that nearly enough lately.”

The game will serve as another test for Florida, which didn’t respond well to facing a desperate team at home less than two weeks ago. Before its Jan. 31 game at Tennessee, UT coach Bruce Pearl declared the game against the Gators as a “must win,” after the Vols lost back-to-back home games to Memphis and LSU. With Calathes in early foul trouble, Florida unraveled, losing 79-63 before more than 20,000 fans.

“Hopefully our guys feel the same exact way their guys feel,” Florida coach Billy Donovan said. “We have to understand that we are going to get Kentucky’s best effort (tonight) and going into the game that they are going to play their best game of the year. That is the way you try to approach it.”

Donovan, a former Kentucky assistant, was considered the leading candidate for the UK coaching job when Tubby Smith left for Minnesota, but chose to stay at Florida. That adds another subplot to the meeting between the two programs that have combined for the SEC’s last five men’s basketball national titles.

“I think it will be a big game for both teams,” Donovan said. “Is it bigger than another game? I don’t want to say that right now but there is no question, with the league standings and where both teams are now, it is a big game.”

Check out my brother!

February 9, 2009 at 4:05 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

This is Danny, the brother in-law. I think he’s pretty great.

Super Bowl XLIII – The Cup

February 6, 2009 at 5:00 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
I stole this from my friend Erica’s blog, but it’s a hilarious Office clip that everyone should have the opportunity to see!

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National Championship

February 2, 2009 at 5:23 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

This picture is hilarious. I thought the Wests would appreciate this. The Brunjes had a party for the Gator National Championship. When they won everyone was jumping up and down and screaming…notice Lyndsey and Andrew are the only ones sitting. haha.


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