Mixing it up today in the BC Cribs department. Thought we were focusing too much on the athletes who are losing their asses on real estate deals. Time to give guys making great business decisions some publicity. Let's get started with Houston Texans #1 draft pick (11th overall) J.J. Watt and this Pearland, Texas pad. All he needs now are a few Houston smokeshows hanging out in that mini-Grotto. Your move, Watt. JUMP!
Got an email from Dante from the Coronado Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EODOSU7). Dante explains that his unit is like the one in Hurt Locker & he took time out of his day blowing shit up to do some Bradying. Cool story and all, but we're working on a name & Facebook account for Tongue. Looks like a party. Rip those military issues off and Tongue has to be a freak. Are you in the military & have a photo we need to see? firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember the chick who yelled "Sanchez" when she was asked who she wanted to see at the New York Giants victory parade? Well, she's back and she's got a Facebook page and a damn good explanation as to why she yelled out the New York Jets starting quarterback's name at the Giants parade. Actually, the explanation is just as dumb as her answer was earlier this week. Nonetheless, we've got the video and some photos. Check it!
BC reader Andrew (using an iowa.edu address) sent this to us yesterday with no context, whether those are his boys, nothing. Is that his baby boy dropping a Bradying right in Tommy's face? No idea. What can be deciphered from this image is that Bradying is spreading around the country. What else do people in Iowa have going on this time of year besides Bradying and Iowa basketball? Hawkeye wrestling? Keep sending in the amusing shots: email@example.com
Damn near forgot we had these photos to dump on you guys from the GQ Super Bowl party. Yes, Erin Andrews was flirting her ass off around Troy Aikman at the party. Yes, Troy Aikman was really at the party. So were we. And we had the camera. While The Daily claims the two "were all smiles during an intimate conversation," that's not entirely true. It wasn't like Troy was exactly acting like he wanted to take EA back to his place. JUMP!
BC reader Tom K. wrote to us this afternoon: "My kids can’t stand Brady," he wrote. Not exactly sure how the kids developed such feelings at their tender age. Maybe it has something to do with living with a Giants fan. Look, if we're 5 and our dad screams at the TV when Brady is heaving a Hail Mary, our asses would be despising Brady, too. Anyway, for all of you Bradying fans, we give you the Bradying kids. JUMP!
It was brought to our attention this morning that the photographers at Sports Illustrated constructed a gigantic panoramic photo of Sunday's Super Bowl and that it was a 1,700 megapixel image. What does that all mean? It means that you can use a zoom to look around Lucas Oil Stadium and see what people were doing during the 3rd quarter. Within 20-seconds of looking around we found NY Giants Nose Picker. JUMP!
There isn't much related to the wild world of NFL cheerleading that slips by us here at BC. Whether it's the opportunity to 'rent' cheerleaders for birthday parties, bachelor parties, grandpa's wake, grandpa's nursing home, etc. - we're all over it. So upon learning that the Baltimore Ravens have been allowing fans - since 2010 - to vacation with the team's cheerleaders, Kevin the Intern was promptly fired this morning. That's his beat. We're very embarrassed. JUMP!
Of course you guys are about to kill us over that headline, but let's focus on what is considered a great Super Bowl seat for a guy with 1.6mm Twitter followers. If you are Bill Simmons, the guy who put Boston sports fandome on the map, are you happy to find your Super Bowl seat next to a Yankees fan? Are you happy to trudge through 14 people to go take a leak? Are you inconvenienced by seats not 50-yard-line? We think so. JUMP!
(Via @StevenRojas) You know what saddens us this morning from the NBA? Paul Pierce passing Larry Bird on the Celtics all-time scoring list. It must have something to do with one of these guys being nicknamed 'Legend' while the other is called the 'Truth.' Just can't be a fan of anyone called 'Truth.' As for those of you who need one more Super Bowl betting story, how about this LVRJ piece on the day after at the sportsbooks. Impressive read. Let's get rolling!
We kind of had a feeling all New York Jets fans were like this. That may or may not be the case, but we've found one woman who isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer. During the New York Giants Super Bowl victory parade today, a local reporter turned the camera on one brilliant young lady to ask who she wanted to see. Her reply? "Sanchez." We wonder how long she'll be waiting on the street for Sanchez to roll by. Check the video!
New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker's 4th quarter drop in the Super Bowl helped seal his team's fate and propel the New York Giants to a win. In typical fashion, New York sports fans have no intention of letting him forget about the gaffe either. A pawn shop stuck it to Welker by dropping 900 pounds of Butterfinger candy bars in Copley Square Tuesday morning. At least Bostonians will get some free candy to go with their misery. Check it!
Via Steve Weatherford on the ride to the Meadowlands to celebrate a New York Giants victory in New Jersey: "Only a Super Bowl MVP can rock a mullet like this one." Woah, Steve, not going to go with an overbite and schnoz tweet for good measure? Kinda disappointed in you. (@Weatherford5)
Of course we won't rest this week until we finally nail down a name to the guy - with a black eye - at Saturday's Maxim Super Bowl party who was passed out on a bench inside the Indiana State Fairgrounds building. Team Busted Coverage/Coed Magazine was about 15 minutes from leaving the superhero-themed boozefest when this guy stole our hearts. The perfect head positioning. By himself. Black eye. JUMP!
And there you have it straight from the fingers of Tim Tebow's agent, Angel Gonzalez. Who is this Angel character? He's the dude who, last summer, tweeted out the shot of Tebow's arms while swinging a golf club. Gonzalez is so inner circle that he can officially report today that Baby Jesus won't be spending his off-season perfecting the pasodoble. You can shut down the gossip engine, Good Morning America. (@Angel_XV)
'Bradying' as defined by Busted Coverage: the act of being in the seated position, shoulders at 80-degree angle with the head slouching as if a WR just dropped another catch and you can't play WR, too. Right hand in a fist while left hand acts as the Chipotle burrito shell. Feet perfectly at 90-degree angle. Forearms on thighs. And with that, America has its new rage - Bradying. JUMP!