Someone feel free to fill in the blanks. On a normal day there might be a couple searches for Sydney Esiason, the insanely hot daughter of Boomer. Once we learned that Sydney decided to make herself public via the Boomer & Carton Show this summer, we've kinda had an eye out for this Boston College coed. Our Google search numbers tell us there was a small traffic surge this morning. Anyone out there know what's up? email@example.com
Just now catching up on DVRs from over the weekend and getting our first look at Angela Rypien's Lingerie Football League debut Friday night in Green Bay. What have we learned about Mark Rypien's daughter and her football abilities? She can throw a football, just not accurately at this time. She also has one helluva mean streak in her that came out during a play late in the first quarter. Sean Salisbury has the color as Angela gets a personal foul. JUMP!
Here it is, the moment we assumed was coming sooner rather than later. Brett Favre is climbing his way up the football ladder post-NFL retirement. Just a week ago, we were reporting that Brett was coaching high school football. Then, this weekend, he joins the CSS TV crew to provide color for the Southern Miss vs. Rice game. Of course he's stiff. Still rocking the wedding ring. Brett has a little trouble, seems nervous but manages to get his broadcasting career started. JUMP!
You have no idea how stuffed our email gets with random photos of ridiculous ‘stuff’ that really has no immediate home on Busted Coverage. The solution was to hire an editor who will bring you the best of the best from the inbox. Have a photo for this series? Send it in. If it makes the cut, it’ll be published. Email us. firstname.lastname@example.org
What a great day in the NFL for those of you who take to Twitter to drop f-bombs, dick jokes, etc. towards QBs who blow a 24-point lead. Tony Romo had a 3rd quarter for the ages with two INTs returned for TDs. Um, those were on consecutive drives. Instead of winning, going 3-1 and staying with the pack in the NFC East, the Cowboys are a ho hum 2-2. If you like NSFW tweets and black dudes destroying the dictionary, this one is for you. JUMP!
How do we know Busted Coverage has a special power over hot women these days? 1. They'll actually email us. 2. They think we're witty, funny & have a great sense of humor. 3. They'll actually shoot exclusive photos of themselves wearing their favorite team's jersey. That's like an Internet trifecta for a sports blogger. That's how we met model/actress Kerry Garvin. She looked us up and kinda wanted to give the Rays some inspiration during the playoff run. JUMP!
You know how we know Bama Fan wasn't at church yesterday? Because the Crimson Tide kicked off at 7 p.m. CST Saturday night. That meant multiple hours of getting silly drunk. It meant multiple hours of pouring over the Birmingham News. Hours of figuring out f-bomb sequences when Gators' QB John Brantley went down with a knee that was twisted into a pretzel. Butch got up Saturday, threw on his Roll Tide shirt and went standing-room only in front of his TV. JUMP!
Yeah, so the University of Florida isn't jerking around when it comes to rogue t-shirt vendors asking $20 a pop for shirts at the Gators-Bama football game. Nothing gets bearded rogue vendors pumped up for sales like the hated Crimson Tide coming to town. That's why Sean Rouse and Jeremy Matlow (right) went into overdrive with the thought process behind their shirts. You're aware of the "West F#$%king Virginia" craze. These boys brought the trend to the Swamp. JUMP!
• Video: Ndamukong Suh destroys this rubber trash can • Officer Gilbert Arenas as a Gay Parade cop! • Gus Johnson has Gus-gasm in Chiefs-Vikings gm • Marion Barber's sick backflip digger celebration • 116 Candy Girls For Your Boring Mon. At Work • Columbian Chick You Should Know: Melissa Giraldo • Um, Ok: Kelly Brook as a busty Indiana Jones • Teen Mom Bikini Showdown: Farrah vs. Maci
For those of you losers who've never spent a sports weekend in Detroit, mark it down on the must-do list. Of course the ride from the airport isn't going to impress you. Of course the ride north on I-75 will take you past an America that America has long forgotten. But the bond that D people have is sports. Fighting the Yankees. Coming back on the Cowboys. This is where sports is happening right now. Tonight we head into the beast for Verlander-Sabathia. Wouldn't dare miss it.
Nope, didn't watch a single down in the Arkansas vs. A&M, 'You're Lucky This Isn't For S.E.C. West Bragging Rights,' battle. We hear, thanks to like 8 hours of ESPN recaps, that Tyler Wilson went nuts. The end was supposed to be epic. Like, out of control epicly great. So great that fans were left speechless, shirtless and with their hands on their heads. Luckily for the ladies in the audience, tubby Arkansas fan decided to put on a show with the man cans. JUMP!
Google 'Kevin Na 16' and you'll get a video of PGA professional Na playing in the Valero Texas Open back in April. He was in the woods. Deep woods. Like crunching tree branches. And then Na tries to play out of the woods. His caddie looks like he's hunting morel mushrooms. Na looks like a moron who's about to shoot a 16 after butchering it out of the woods. Yesterday, Na was at it again via the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. JUMP!
Of course BC introduced you to sideline reporter Kristen Ledlow and us giving her the title of "...Future Erin Andrews." She was working last night's Florida-Alabama snoozer for ESPN Radio and ran into a couple out-of-work-loser NBAers before the game. Oh, look, there's former Gators Al Horford and Joakim Noah hanging on Ledlow. And Noah's just destroying that necklace/Red Bull combo. Ledlow's gonna be huge. We warned you. JUMP!
As we've come to expect from St. Louis, some dimwit posted a bunch of "St. Louis Cardinals 2011 NL Central Champions" posters around the team's locker room before they celebrated their Wild Card berth. We suspect the Milwaukee Brewers, who finished six games ahead of St. Louis, might have something to say about that. Anyway, here's a gallery of the Cardinals celebrating whatever they think they won. Check it!
Busted Coverage has boots on the ground in Madison, Wisconsin for ESPN GameDay stop. It’s Nebraska's first Big Ten game and Wisconsin's high-powered offense seems poised to pound the ball down their throats . The students are fired up with their corn-inspired signs. Cheeseheads are up early and we assuming drinking heavily. They have crazy ass signs to show mom and dad back home in Eau Claire. Here are your best of the best. Enjoy.
• PIC-AGE: Dude gets Tigers lip tat for tix! • GIF-AGE: Rangers fan destroying this HR throwback • College Football Cheerleader Showdown: Week 5 • Jamie Maggio, TBS sideline reporter...not f-ing fair! • Adam Jones with Red Sox Diss Tweet Of The Week • Best Florida Gators Seat Belt Bra You'll See All Day • Recognize, bitches: Bruins fan shaves B into back hair • Hot Tennis Chicks With Ankle Injuries: Sharapova
If you don't have anything going on tonight we suggest you tune into Versus for UFC and a heavyweight fight that'll feature the biggest height difference in UFC history. Chew on this: that short dude is Pat Barry (5-11, 243). He'll fight the mammoth Stefan Struve (6-11, 261). Things get started at 9 EST. We're trying to figure out what's more shocking, a 5-11 243-pounder or a dude that's 6-11. Tim Sylvia is 6-8. Anyway, find time after the college games get out of hand. Let's get rolling!