Wednesday, April 1

Wednesday Links

Catfish is working on a post that will shake the very foundations of the blogosphere...or get himself flamed horribly. I am swamped at the office and working on a nonsports, nonsensical top ten to be posted later. This combination leads to a wonderful list of links to keep you up on what's going on in sports and the world.

When in doubt, mock meth addiction: Our latest Bobcats podcast. [Bobcats Planet]

Speaking of the Bobcats, they beat the Lakers again! 6-1 in their last seven and with MJ watching on the sidelines and lots of purple and yellow in the stands, this one was sweet. [Charlotte Observer]

Michigan asking their students not to take matters into their own hands. [Yesbutnobutyes]

Simmons voices some discontent with ESPN, some may deny this! [Awful Announcing]

UVA hires Tony Bennett to ressurect the program, he can do anything he's a former Charlotte Hornet! [Rumors and Rants]

"OK, here's the real deal: Team 7 will be called Green Death. We will only acknowledge "Team 7" for scheduling and disciplinary purposes." Oh, it gets better. [Deadspin]

Jay Cutler may be traded this very day, here is Jay Glazer with latest. You're not going to trust Mort with this are you? [Fox Sports]

Vlade dade, he liked to party, and the Kings pay tribute to Divac in front of a packed house, and then lose at the buzzer in true fashion. [Sac Bee]

Rejoice Tiger fans! Mizzou holds on to Mike Anderson despite him being courted by Georgia. [KC Star]

Go emo Tiger fans, Calipari accepts job at Kentucky. [Memphis Commercial Appeal]

Our adopted NHL team is 6 points out with 7 games left. Buffalo is now reduced to celebrated the destruction of the Aud along with the city's hopes and dreams. []

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