Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating stories of the previous week.

The punch that will cost millions – University of Oregon’s senior RB LaGarrette Blount began and ended his football season will a right cross that was seen across the country. His victim, or provoker, Byron Hout, a Boise State defensive end was on the receiving end of Blount’s tirade, one that effectively ended his college career. Blount, who was projected as the second running back to be taken in the 2010 NFL Draft, will live to regret that night because his actions will definitely impact his draft status.

No National championship for the Sooners– Heisman trophy winner and Oklahoma’s saving grace, Sam Bradford went down in the 2nd quarter of the team’s season opener against BYU on Saturday night. With the Sooners 14-13 loss to the Cougars, ideally the BCS will have one less team to consider when seeding the top 2 teams at seasons’ end. Unless of course, the Sooners run the table from here on out.

Merriman and Tequila don’t mix– Why? Why? Why? Would any man that cares about his career or health date Tila Tequila. The star of MTV’s “A Shot at Love,” and girlfriend of San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman, was allegedly choked and thrown to the ground by the NFL star. Merriman was later arrested by San Diego County deputies early Sunday morning. There are many things that you can do with a 27-year-old bisexual that has posed for Playboy, but dating her is not one of them. When will these guys ever learn?


Are you ready for some football?- The NFL regular season will begin this week and many die hard fans around the U.S. are salivating, waiting for the first kick-off of the 2009 season, but some fans will be disappointed. The NFL’s Blackout rule , if a hometeam doesn’t sell out it’s stadium 72 hours before kick-off, the game will not be shown locally, will potentially ruin the season for about 15 NFL’s franchises and their fans, including those of my hometown Jacksonville Jaguars. Goddell have a heart and show the games anyway; in this unstable economy, many people just can’t afford game tickets.


Roddick bites the dust again
– Andy Roddick, the highest ranked U.S. Men’s tennis player, was knocked out of this year’s open on Saturday by the 6’9 John Isner in a 5-set thriller on Saturday. Roddick’s Grand Slam count still stands at one.

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