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My Kids Can Play for Mike Gundy

Because if he defends his players like this after they get ripped unfairly by the media, then he’s quite the protector.

Congrats Mike Gundy, that’s the way to stand up for a player. And as far as Jennie Carlson goes, don’t pick on a kid just because his mother fed him food after a game. To infer he’s a weak player because of one such incident is absolutely absurd. Way out of line.

O.J.’s Voicemail Speaks

The guys over at SI.com’s Extra Mustard (they compile some of the best links of the day), put me onto the latest in the OJ scandal. Check out the madness on OJ’s home voicemail. Don’t ask me how they got it.

That’s not bad, but not quite as good as Randy Moss’ answering machine from last week, I’ll have to admit.

Leave Bill Belichick Alone!

Seemingly right on cue, just moments after posting the video of the Britney Spears defender, I came across this incredible gem. First, you must see the Spears video. After you take a peek at that, feast your eyeballs on this:

Thanks to the awesomeness of Ballhype for the video. That was truly incredible. Oh yeah, and leeeavve Bill Belichick alllooone!!!

Novak Djokovic, Hilarious Impressions

You probably saw the clips rolling around on SportsCenter last night, but they’re too good for me not to post. Young stud tennis player Novak Djokovic of Serbia, who has reached three straight grand slam semifinals (and who this blogger believes has the best backhand in the game), might also be the most entertaining personality in the game as well. Check out the impressions he broke out with following his quarterfinal victory. First it’s Sharapova, then it’s Rafael Nadal.

That video was thanks to unabashed tennis fan Chris Mottram over at Mr. Irrelevant and The Postmen. Little did I know however, that Novak is quite well-known for these impressions. Check out these ones as well:

Anyone who can rip off a Goran performance is OK in my book. Nicely done Novak, nicely done.

Dude, I’m So Going to Appalachian St.

With a video and a sales pitch like this one, how can you possibly resist the charm?

EDSBS picked up on this earlier in the week, and SI’s Extra Mustard Hot Clicks had it up a few days ago, but I must thank stellar sports radio personality Jorge Sedano for the hookup. I cannot possibly imagine a video that would make me more inclined to attend the university. I’m so there.

Shaq, Hinting Divorce Long Time Ago?

Tas over at The Basketball Jones, which by the way, broadcasts a must-hear podcast, posted an old video of Shaq making a snide remark to a reporter. Given the recent news of Shaq’s impending divorce, this clip is a hell of a lot more relevant, if not comical. Take a peak:

Mark Mangino Does Not Like His Players Showboating

Thanks to EDSBS and FanHouse, we have some great video from Kansas’ win over Central Michigan this weekend. Check out this punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter by Raimond (yes, there’s an “I” in his name) Pendelton:

That made the score 28-0, with Kansas going on to win it 52-7. I love it when coaches do that crap — no showboating, no penalty flags, none of that garbage. Marvin Lewis should learn from Mangino. That … was brilliant.