Urban Myer’s Resignation and More Wednesday Notes

Surprised you eh?  This ain’t no Urban Myer. This is the Yum! Center.  What FAQ guy? Oh, this is the double down sandwich.  Couldn’t tell a difference..

– Well since I forgot that yesterday was Tuesday, and not Wednesday, here is some more Wednesday notes…

-Urban Myer quit again, for the second year in a row. He will be coaching the Florida Gators in the fall, just to follow the trend that he and Billy Donavon started at Florida… Quitting for a couple days, then coming back, so expect him back coaching in the fall…

– UK and Notre Dame play tonight in Freedom Hall at 9:30.  Too bad we can’t play at the Colonel Sanders Cafe, I mean Pizza A&W Long John Fried Chicken Hut Center, Louisville’s new arena…

John Wall blocked both Kobe Bryant and Derek Fischer the other day, ringing up a spot on the SWAT Team… Also Jodie Meeks is now constantly going off every night, leading his team in points the last 3 games…

– Kyrie Irving is out indefinitely with a foot injury… Kyle Singler is now crying alongside Tyler Hansbouroughoughoughough…

– Speaking of Hansbourgh’s Tyler’s brother, Ben is playing against us tonight, and he brings that same cockiness and obnoxiousness to the game..

– Since there is nothing else for today, let us scout the Notre Dame Basketball team…

Tyrone Nash-

Probably one of their best players and once recruited by Tubby, so nothing else really to say about him.

Tom Kopko-

He was originally recruited for the rowing and chess teams at Notre Dame, but then started taking up basketball in his spare time… Really shouldn’t be worried about him tonight, unless he is involved in a Dusty Mills situation of laughing on left bench.  He will most likely be laughing when Ben Hansbourgh gets a bloody nose, and Mike Broghammer, (our next player) cracks a “like his brother” joke…

Mike Broghammer-

Mike was a tree logger in northern Minnesota in his past life (seen below), but then gave up the saw and watermill for the game of basketball.  He proves the classic statement “With a name like Broghammer, you know he’s from Norway or Iceland” true.  He averages 5.5 minutes and 1.8 points a game, so he is looking to follow in Daniel Orton’s footsteps to the NBA.

Alex Dragicevich-

Brings up the rear in wacky last names, and many of you would guess he is from Russia.  No, he is actually from Northbrook, Illinois…

Broghammer fresh from the rivers of northern Minnesota..

Not only was he a Viking, but he even played for them…



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