Thursday, March 09, 2006

Syracuse beats Cincy with only one player

Well that's how 'Cuse coach, Jim Boeheim, sees it.

The Orange (Syracuse dropped "men" from their name because it was, you know, horribly offensive) beat Cincinnati 74-73 in the opening round of the Big East tournament on a game-winning three-pointer by senior guard Gerry McNamara.

McNamara (who, by the way, is not gay despite this picture that would lead one to think otherwise) was ripped in local papers this past week, being called "overrated."

Coach Boeheim didn't like that, so he responded by saying, "Without Gerry McNamara, we wouldn't have won 10 games this year."

How do you think this made the rest of the team feel, Coach? C'mon they probably are going to go home and cry. You are basically giving McNamara a handjob and telling the rest of your team that they are, well, a 10-win team.

That'd make for a great locker-room speech. Way to rally the troops. Nice goin', Coach.

In other news: The NFL completed its labor deal Wednesday after Keanu Reeves told NFL Commissioner, Paul Tagliabue, that he refuses to play quarterback for the Raiders.


insomniac said...

I'm sorry that Boeheim feels so offended by the label of "overrated" attached to Gerry McNamara. Allow me to rectify the problem.

Gerry is a no talent ass-clown whose only claims to fame are playing alongside Carmelo Anthony and now hitting a buzzer beater. The only reason he stayed at the university for four years is because he wasn't good enough to go pro. Oh, and his beard thingy is gay to the nth degree. It's gaynth.

There, now with that assessment he's most likely underrated. Happy, Jimmy?

JMC said...

Dude, Keanu probably would be better than Kerry Collins

JMC said...

Dude, Keanu probably would be better than Kerry Collins

Jeff said...
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Jeff said...

I agree with Boeheim... read it here...