Fun Fact: Kevin Ware was born the year Letterman left NBC.
News Enterprise Rent-a-Car Accused of Hiring Former NCAA Athletes Solely to Help Company Softball Team
The allegations leveled against the automobile rental company, which has more than 6,000 locations throughout the United States, claim Enterprise is purposely hiring former NCAA athletes and then funneling them onto sponsored teams with the intention to dominate recreation and church leagues.
These "ringer teams" are not being warmly received by the competition.
"We used to have fun until these guys showed up," said Billy Jackson, age 44, of Goose Creek, SC. "Now these Enterprise ringer teams just keep winning. Most of my team never played baseball past Little League and we're supposed to beat a slow-pitch softball team composed entirely of former NCAA baseball players who are all 23 years-old? If you ask me, they should all be thrown out of the league."
This class earns 10 credits at Rutgers.
"The guys are shocked right now," said the veteran coach. "Which is great, because in 24 hours or so they will move past that and be ready to play harder than ever in honor of Jeff."
Boeheim blew his whistle to stop practice this morning, gathered his team around him and then asked Tolleson to stand in front of him. The coach then grabbed the walk-on's head and quickly and sharply turned it, dropping the 6-2 guard to the floor.
"Rick Pitino has a huge advantage in the Final Four with his one kid breaking his leg," said Boeheim. "One of my jobs as a coach is to not cede motivational ground to a potential opponent. So I came up with this. In an hour or so of poking around on the Internet, I came across a way to snap someone's neck but do it in a way that paralyzes them, not kills them. I thought killing a walk-on might be too traumatic for my good players to overcome."
Maybe it was a special message to Karen Sypher.
1. Michael Jordan's NBA Executive Prank
Jordan the basketball player was not only regarded as his sport's greatest players, but also as one of its great minds. So it was assumed he would make a great team executive. Ha! That's where Michael Jordan the prankster stepped in.
First with the Wizards he drafted Kwame Brown No. 1 overall and made hilariously bad trades. Then he expanded his prank to Charlotte where he picked Adam Morrison and built a team that set an NBA record for the lowest winning percentage in history. Add all that to his Hitler mustache and ripped '90s jeans and Jordan the prankster is just as great as Jordan the basketball player!
2. Adidas' Camouflage and Neon Uniform Prank
So cruel. Yet so hilarious.
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News Reports: Fans of Teams Eliminated in NCAA Tournament Saying They Really Only Care About College Football
"Yeah, I know it looked like I was upset because there were tears in my eyes or whatever, but I could honestly give a crap about basketball," said one Ohio State fan after the Buckeyes were upset by Wichita State in the Elite Eight. "Basketball just is something to watch between football seasons. I honestly could care less. We'd kill Wichita State at football and they know it. That's all that matters."
This same fan reportedly said during the college football season, in which Ohio State wasn't bowl eligible, that he didn't care about that "because Ohio State basketball is going to win it all this season."
A Miami fan sounded similar following the Hurricanes' elimination in the Sweet 16.
"Oh, please. I don't care. I could give a crap," the fan said after smashing a glass coffee table and telling police who came to the door over reports of a disturbance that everything was fine. "I was just along for the ride. I care much more about spring football than stupid basketball."
It will be awkward one day if he's recruited by LaSalle.