What Passes for Life: Snoop Dogg, MLB, Michael Vick and more
(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.) Snoop Dogg tried to rent the European principality of Liechtenstein for a...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Damon Evans, Miami, Ryan Mallett, Alabama and more
(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news) Damon Evans officially resigns as UGA AD. Evans will get $237,000 in the severance and bonus money for...
I'll take "Georgia Tech freshman fantasies" for $400, Alex
(via Leather Helmet Blog)
This is why our Founding Fathers declared independence from England
Tragedy - A Bee Gees heavy metal tribute band.
Your Ricky Stanzi "America, love it or leave it!" moment of the day: Ricky Stanzi has your back, Am
Seriously, that's Ricky Stanzi's back tattoo. So you can tell his now legendary post-Orange Bowl interview wasn't a load of B.S. One look at this and Tyler Bray is going to wet his pants and...
Shirts without random triangles (or any sense whatsoever):The five biggest d-bag shirts
UFC 116 is only hours away at the moment, and the season two premiere of Jersey Shore only weeks away, it seems that America is at the apex of d-bagdom...we hope.
Your Ricky Stanzi "America, love it or leave it!" moment of the day starring Kate Smith
Nothing says America like Kate Smith. And here she is singing "God Bless America" the night the Philadelphia Flyers won the 1974 Stanley Cup.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Georgia, Florida, Virginia Tech and More
(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news) Damon Evans in the doghouse. Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Mike Luckovich's spin on the Damon Evans DUI arrest...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Damon Evans, Alabama, Orange Bowl predictions (already?) and more
(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news) The image on the left is The Hermitage, the plantation home of American President Andrew Jackson. Located just outside of...
Bork! Bork! Bork! Swedish basketball recruit signs with Alabama
In what may be a first for Alabama, the Crimson Tide's men's basketball program have gotten a letter of intent from Carl Engstrom, a center from Ystad, Sweeden.