The Morning Dump: 11/26/12

The Copeland’s are back home and there is no more food, Jack Daniels or Busch beer left in the mountains of Fancy Gap, VA.  I already miss it.

Notre Dame finished off their perfect regular season and are all set to lose to Alabama in the BCS title game on January 7th.  The Irish will be dogs vs. the Tide, but I wouldn’t bet against them.  They have been overlooked all year.

Crazy day in the NFL yesterday.  Sprinklers just turned on during the 3rd qtr of the Dolphins/Seahawks game (Turf guys girlfriend sat on the button), Fireman Ed resigns his post as Jets superfan (Who is going to lead them in the J-E-T-S, JETS JETS JETS chant? Crackhead Keith?) and Martellus Bennett caught a fan who fell over the 15 ft railing after the game last night (How many fantasy points in that Richard?).

How long until the NFL makes it a rule that you can’t lose your job because of injury?  I bet Alex Smith will not report his next concussion.

I think that Larry Fedoria will leave UNC for one of the open SEC jobs.  Either Auburn or Arkansas.  David Cutcliffe is going to Tennessee.

NC State fans got their wish and the Pack let Tom O’Brien go.  The local fans never warmed to his even-tempered style and his inability to pull NC State out of the middle of the ACC pack proved his downfall.

I was a huge Hector “Macho” Camacho fan.  The man who retired Sugar Ray Leonard for good was taken off life support after shooting last week. 

It looks like Seattle’s entire secondary has been suspended for Adderall use.  I can’t wait for the Tom Brady troll tweets to start rolling.

College Basketball thoughts:  Duke is LEGIT, Louisville will be fine as long as Dieng’s wrist is good for the Dance and the ACC/BIG10 challenge is going to be great this year.

Great spoof on HBO’s 24/7 on Manny Pacquiao on Jimmy Kimmel.

It looks like Ronda Rousey will headline a UFC pay per view in her debut.

Why was buying the Los Angeles Dodgers called a bad investment for Magic Johnson and his partners?  The Dodgers and FOX are about to agree on a $7B TV deal to broadcast the Dodgers locally.

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