NOT these shoes. Or these socks, for that matter.
The wait for the BCS Championship game (seriously, January 10? and a playoff would take too much time?) may be over, but the waiting for a lot of other sports news is just getting started. I delayed this post as long as possible hoping a couple of these things might actually go ahead and happen, but apparently the sports world does not exist to satisfy my needs as a blogger. Still, here’s a brief run down of pending news just in case you don’t want to refresh ESPN every five minutes.
This Blackhawk is heating up the ice in Chicago as an assistant captain.
Follow the jump for more pics of this hockey hottie
Today’s Holiday Hunk is soccer cutie Yoann Gourcuff – he of the swoon-inducing eyes (and eyelashes).
Follow the jump for a few more pics of Yoann featuring a lot less clothing.
Note: This really was supposed to be yesterday’s post (which is actually day 9, not day 7, but GM is having calendar amnesia this week).
In a first for the ACoH, today’s designee never actually played professional sports, but I know I’m not the only Lady who enjoys spotting him on the sidelines…
- Even the police horses got in on the fun.
On Wednesday, San Francisco hosted its first ever World Series victory parade. (Must be nice to have one of those in a temperate climate: every time there’s one in New York it seems to be miserably cold or rainy.) The main media narrative about the Giants this postseason was that the team on the whole is a bit ….kooky; the parade certainly did nothing to dispel that impression.
Earlier media reports hinted that Aubrey Huff might attend the parade in nothing but his red “victory thong.” Well, the thong was definitely present and visible….
Why yes, that is a picture of Placido Polanco stuffing Raul Ibanez’s glove down his pants. Thanks for noticing!
Enough goofing around: the league pennants are upon us, Fox has to start acting like the MLB playoffs aren’t something that just gets in the way of its football coverage (although to be fair they have a truly awesome NLCS promo which I can not find on the web but which prominently features a couple great Cardinal playoff moments plus Bartman), and fans whose teams win this series can buy shirts that don’t look kind of pathetic. (Unless you are a Rangers fan — you’re allowed to buy a Divisional Series Champs shirt if your team has never won a playoff series before.) Two teams swept their way in, one team needed all 5 games, and one would have swept if it were not for the heroics of one Rick Ankiel (it is, apparently, a good post season for Cardinals nostalgia). Anyway, here’s who we have left:
You may have heard that Roy Oswalt was pressed into duty as a left fielder in the Phillies -Astros 14 inning game Tuesday night. This was all in a day’s work for Roy, who likes to keep his pitching skills fresh by engaging in a number of varied activities on his off days. Here’s where you could find Roy this week: