Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Good morning, March.

Is it just me or is Jessica trying to tell us that March Madness is almost here. Anyone up for fantasy baseball of a DFF March Madness Pool?

With the end of college basketball season already here. Who are the picks for the Conference Tournament winners?

Spring Football.......need I say more?

A-Day ticket....$hakes or Daddy(if Daddy gets one he can wipe away the Bowl picks!) can you pick me up one please? Or can I purchase online?

Apologies for the belatedness of the post. Gentlemen, the blog is yours.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Daytona Drama

Controversy seems to swirl around Jimmy Johnson and Chad Knaus. Every move is analyzed and every car scrutinized. NASCAR officials cleared the 48 after last weeks Daytona 500 but rumors are still swirling about whether it was legit or not. Your take?

Crossroads Sit & Sleep going global.

Haaaaaaackeeey. Yeah, both the US and Canada were bounced in the first round of single elimination. Is this as disapointing as the American men's B-ball not winning the gold?

Q for Dr. and $,
Have you had any closings fall apart at the last minute so far for unreal reasons?

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Wintry Ramblings Volume II

Jimmy Johnson wins the Daytona 500. 20 and 17 tangle on the track.

Tennessee reports secondary violations to the NCAA.

Bama knocks off UT in Bball. Will that be enough to keep Gotti from being replaced by Mike Davis?

Auburn comes close to beating LSU but just can't bust thru that invisible ceiling.

The blog is yours.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Great American Race

The end of the week. Amen.

NASCAR is back. The Daytona 500 is Sunday and should be a dandy. Who will win the race and the NextelSprintWinstonFranceFamily Cup in 2006?

Better yet, if you were a driver who would you be? Fiction or non.............I'd be #52 and a bull in a china cabinet. Watch out passing me on the left.

$hakes might be a good Jeff Gordon or LowesChevyMonteCarlo. Dr. would be the Ghost of Dale. Nation might be Rusty Wallace aka oldasssmartass or junior. Diddy would be Jeff Gordon's girlfriend. The King would be 20.

I remember Nation claiming to be an Olympian the last Olympiad because he was a "luger".

In the spirit of the Olympics, what is your favorite winter sport?

This is definitely your blog.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Happy Birthday to Dr. Feelgood

Jenna sends her birthday wishes to the good Dr. as he turns the big 23.
And what in the world, pray tell, did that clip have anything to do with the King?

Gentlemen, the Fix is yours.

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Nasty Weekend Weather...

Bad weather and working over the weekend was solved by a hot bowl of soup, leather recliner and good TV. We enjoyed the Olympics, Pro Bowl, Gonzaga B-Ball, Patton, and some good History channel. The coolest Olympians are the skiers. They go to unlicenced Mexican doctors, they go out drinking all night and then go down the side of a mountain on mere ounces of fiberglass blades at over 80 miles an hour. Crazieness. So far I have found most of the events enjoyable with the exception of figure skating. Snowboarding is awesome. The Koreans win gold and silver in short track speed skating? Wild.

Daytona 500 next weekend. NASCAR is back. Biffle might do it this year.


Gentlemen, the blog is yours.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Coaching Changes in the SEC

Coaching changes are a fact of life in big time college football. That is no different in the SEC where several high profile jobs were filled this winter. David Cutcliffe returned to Tennessee as the OC of Tennesse and Randy Sanders taking over the QB's at Kentucky. Spurrier made Nix his right hand man on the defensive side of the ball in Columbia. Auburn DC David Gibbs traded leagues with Will Muschamp as Gibbs made a good choice to get out before he was found hanging at Toomer's Corner. Now that the dust has settled, who has the best coaching staff in the SEC? Who puts the playes in the best position to win? Who makes a difference in the game?

Thank you for welcoming a new poster to the Fix, Jessica. I agree that we have been needing a little diversity around here since the last Bulldog does not bless us with his presence anymore for some reason. Your damn straight, Jess. This is the best blog in the world. "Diversity, I believe it was an old, old wooden ship used during Civil War times." -RB

Keys and Alibaba have been boys for a while. Please correct me if I am wrong. Keys came to stay with Alihambra his senior year at North Jackson. He got in trouble with a bag of weeeeeed? Did not play his senior year. What the hell?

Sunday, February 05, 2006

The Bell Tolls on 2005

Pittsburgh claims the Lombardi Trophy. Recruiting has wrapped. The seasons are over.

Auburn hires Muschamp as the new DC. Who will teach the Tiger DB's how to tackle?

What has this world come to?

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Heart of Dixie Shines on Signing Day

The state of Alabama ensured football success for years to come as its two powerhouses, Auburn and Alabama, stocked the pantry with fresh talent. Bama satisfied an insatiable need for offensive linemen after opening up Stickman hunting season in November against two teams of Tigers. Auburn loaded up with recievers who might catch the ball and 8 D-linemen to replace a great senior group.

Both schools signed two talented QB's apiece. Auburn's two signess are both considered Top 20 as McElroy seems to be a great fit in Tuscaloosa and the Earl of Bama might see time at reciever sooner than later. The Iron Bowl line battles for the next several years could be epic as both seems to be solid Top 15 teams in the years to come. Runs at championships could happen if the chips fall right for both teams. Although that reality seems more likely for the Tigers for the continuing future.

Florida, Georgia, LSU, Auburn, Alabama, and Ole Miss seem to have risen to the top of the the 2006 recruiting classes. Let us know what you think about Signing Day. Also, let us know what the Iron Bowl result will be when these guys are upperclassmen.