Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Be Careful What You Do In A Bar With YouTube Around

This is pretty much for my amusement, but you might enjoy it as well. During the Michigan State/Michigan game, Brent Musburger and Steve Lavin had a brief conversation about the dangers of "that Google thing" and YouTube.



There's footage of Erin Andrews on YouTube? What kind of devious bastard would do that? I'm sure Erin, Holly Rowe, and Heather Cox are pleased to know that Lavin spends his time after games searching YouTube for various sideline reporters. But hey, even greasy-haired, cliche-spewing, charlatan announcers need pleasure too. Tho I feel shafted in the deal. With one clip, I have provided Lavin with more entertainment than he ever gave me while he was wasting young athletes' talent at UCLA.

As for Musburger's comments, I'm not exactly sure what to make of them. Is he upset that he can no longer go to a local watering hole and get loaded on Scotch without the world knowing about it (a fair complaint if you ask me- I'd be pissed too)? Or, was Brent making a subtle reference to another ESPN employee whose barroom prowess is now legendary?

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3 Comments:

At Tue Feb 27, 09:09:00 PM PST , Blogger Zach Landres-Schnur said...

the amount of wasted talent under Lavin could fill an arena...like the one he was in tonight.

 
At Wed Feb 28, 04:01:00 AM PST , Blogger insomniac said...

Of course his buddies at ESPN try to defend Lavin's tenure by pointing to his trips to the sweet 16. But with Toby Bailey, JR Henderson, Baron Davis, Earl Watson, Matt Barnes, Dan Gadzuric, JaRon Rush, Jelani McCoy, and Jason Kapono wearing the school colors, you or I could have coached the team at least that far.

F*ck! I'm getting pissed just thinking about it. Do you realize that every player that stayed four years at UCLA during Lavin's tenure had a poorer skillset than he when he arrived? The one exception might be Earl Watson, who pretty much became the de facto coach during his senior year.

 
At Wed Feb 28, 07:46:00 AM PST , Blogger NFL Adam said...

Ah, the good ol' days.

 

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