A HUGE FAULT FOUND IN OBAMA
AND RODGERS WORTH MORE THAN FAVRE?
This year's Presidential election is historic. But Barack Obama should send shivers down the spines of most people in Wisconsin.
HE'S A DIEHARD BEARS FAN!!!!!
Make no mistake about it, this is a huge mistake for our President-elect. So if he ever shows up at a Chicago-Green Bay tilt, you better know what side of the fence he's on...and you better stay on the side of the fence you're on, fans!
Other Obama notes:
Obama's presence in the White House could already help the sports scene. His election already has Olympic hopefuls in Tokyo, Japan think that Chicago could be a shoo-in for the 2016 Games. Baseball officials already think Obama could help get baseball back in the Olympics. And Obama is very vocal about a college football playoff, something I've always been in favor of.
Try this on for size: Aaron Rodgers will make more in his first year as Packers starter ($12.9 million) than Brett Favre will make this year from the Jets ($12 million).
Anyone else afraid about the Packers ranked 27th of 32 teams in the NFL in run defense, and 30th in rush yards allowed per carry, when facing Adrian Peterson, the most electric running back in the NFC?
CC Update: It's looking worse than ever for the Brewers chances. Let's see, the Yankees dump salary by not picking up the options of Jason Giambi and Carl Pavano. Newsday reports that Sabathia's agent Greg Genske talked with Yankees officials this week. And Genske is quoted by the NY Daily News exclaiming "CC isn't ruling anything out. And hes interested in any and all teams." The Brewers are fooling themselves if they think $20 million per season or something more than $100 million is going to get this done.
And finally, Central Illinois has an ace. Needless to say, 22-year-old golfer Curt Hocker is on a roll. At the El Paso Golf Club in Illinois, Hocker has allegedly recorded 5 holes-in-one in the last week, including 2 in one day. Now either this guy is Ty Webb from Caddyshack, or the ultimate golf liar. But guys at the club claim that he's one of the luckiest people they've ever seen. Luckiest next to Jim Sorgi, the former Badgers QB who gets to sit on the Colts bench for $850,000 per year.
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