Appearance: ESPN Radio Des Moines at 3:35 CT Today

Appearance: ESPN Radio Des Moines at 3:35 CT Today

I'll be part of the Mouth of the Midwest show at ESPN radio Des Moines for much of the 2011 season and hopefully beyond.  Click here to listen live:

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  • Firstness?

  • Cool, good luck. So that's in... 45 minutes?

  • thwrice..I will be listening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Damn, missed the first 10 minutes... But the last 5 were good. Nice work, Jeff.

  • That was fucked up... I just got on in time to hear jeff sign off. Bear down indeed sir!

    btw... just returned with the fam from the san diego zoo. Man, I kinda hate zoos, but man they do it up. Most of the new habitats are insane and beautifully done. Lush like a jungle in that place.... highly recommend it.

  • I just have one thing to say to green bay btw...

  • And this is for GP...

    ...I do believe that's 2liveCrew from back in the day throwing down the track;

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Is that about this?

    "We will vigorously pursue the truth, wherever that path may lead, and I have insisted upon complete, honest, and transparent cooperation with the NCAA from our staff and students," the school's president, Donna Shalala wrote in an open letter Wednesday.

    Translation: We've pulled our email archives from the Athletic Department and are burning them as we speak.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    we call that an ENRON!

  • I'm sorry, but if you advance to 0:33, you simply cannot tell me that EA doesn't hate the Bears. Some developer decided to make Lovie look like some CGI monster that Andy Serkis would play.

    "Yeah. Wait, wait, watch this. I'm gonna make Lovie look like something Charleston Heston would run from. Wait! Watch. LOL. "

  • In reply to gpldan:

    That wasn't even the most damming evidence GP.

    The most blatant disrespect was that the firt two players they introed were... wait for it...

    1. Tod Collins, and…

    ..waaaaait for it.... waaaaaaaiiiiit for it...

    2. Frank OhMyGod!

    Jesus christ. They might as well have guest-introed Wany, fucking Rex Grossman, Cade McNown, Rashaan Salaam, Curtis Conway, and Alonzo Spellman.

    Oh hey, fuck you EA!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Oh man... I noticed the same thing! And jeez, the only readable name you see in that whole first group running out is a giant OMIYALE? Man...

  • In reply to gpldan:

    The stadium looks good inside and out along with the surrounding parks and walkways, and I have to say even Lovie's goofy ass looks that silly in real life too.

  • Wow, this Hurricane story is a Hiroshima bomb. Hester has no Heismann to take back. Here is what the story says that Devin took. I think it's kinda sweet that he took the money for a ring for his honey, instead of hookers like some of the others did. Devin is such a nice guy. Cheater, but nice.

    Multiple cash gifts, including cash for rims for Hester's sport utility vehicle, approximately $3,000 for an engagement ring, playoff tickets to a Miami Heat versus Detroit Pistons playoff game on June 6, 2005. Also: drinks and VIP access at nightclubs, multiple meals at Miami-area restaurants. Food, drinks, entertainment and lodging at Shapiro's $2.7 million Miami Beach home, Entertainment on Shapiro's million yacht, clothing purchased for Hester in August 2005.

    Hester (cont.):
    The report also details $7,500 in bounties: "$1,000 total for a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown ($500) and an ensuing celebration penalty ($500) in a 38-33 win over Florida on Sept. 6, 2003; $2,500 total for two punt returns for touchdowns ($1,000 each) and one celebration penalty ($500) in a 48-0 win over Louisiana Tech on Sept. 18, 2004; $2,000 total for two return touchdowns (including one called back by penalty) in a 41-38 win over Louisville on Oct. 14, 2004; $1,000 total for a kickoff return for a touchdown in a 45-31 win over N.C. State on Oct. 23, 2004; and $1,000 total for a missed field goal returned for a touchdown in a 27-10 win over Florida on Dec. 31, 2004."

  • In reply to gpldan:


    I bet Greggie didn't get a dime.

  • Although I nominate Vilma of the Saints as the #1 Nasty Motherfucker in that lot. Accepting a cool grand to put a personal foul on an opposing QB. That is nasty, HBO drama worthy shit right there....

    "Shapiro said the bounties were: $1,000 for a hit and personal foul penalty by Vilma on Florida State quarterback Chris Rix during Miami's 28-27 win on Oct. 12, 2002;

  • In reply to gpldan:

    he is a baaaaaaad man.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    How about this?

    Abortion: In one instance, Shapiro described taking a player to the Pink Pony strip club and paying for a dancer to engage in sex with the athlete. In the ensuing weeks, Shapiro said the dancer called one of his security providers and informed him that the player had gotten her pregnant during the incident. Shapiro said he gave the dancer $500 to have an abortion performed, without notifying the player of the incident.

    “I was doing him a favor,” the booster said. “That **** might have wanted to keep [the baby].”

    Due to the sensitivity of the allegation, Yahoo! Sports has chosen not to name the player allegedly involved.


  • In reply to gpldan:


  • This coming out of the University of Miami!?! The shock of it all!

  • Scrappy dooooo finally getting some r-e-s-p-e-c-t:

    Good for him!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Yes. But MB, it's not like WE didn't appreciate him.

    Um, come to think about it, there were a few calling for his head...

    Not me, of course. Hopefully Hurd will be as good on special teams.

  • “He’s starting to develop a little bit more trust with me. The trust with Devin [Hester] is there. Devin’s hogging all the balls,” Williams joked.
    “If I can get a couple of those, we’ll be good.

    Calling it.. Hester, break out year.

  • Can't get too worked up about Devin taking money/gifts at the U. 4-5 years late on that story. Shaprio seems like a real stand up guy. Er, maybe not. Give Devin credit for being smart enough to no comment this BS. This is just one of a million reasons why I don't watch college ball.

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