On October 6th, during the Nebraska v Ohio State halftime show, the marching band performed the following:
As the Kilo Yankee Platoon exists to celebrate games in which you spot targets, track targets and shoot at targets, we are thrilled to see US Olympic Shooter Kimberly Rhode tie a world record for doing the same things. Well, generally the same things. She uses an actual gun and competes against the world’s best. We use controllers and compete against whomever spawns onto our server. Mostly unsupervised children with colorful vocabularies. But that aside, it’s almost kind of probably the same thing… Continue reading
UPDATE: Madden added and swapped out Flash videos
It is video game week for the Jimmy Fallon show, a post E3 showcase of upcoming AAA games. Continue reading
What a season it was. The Indiana loss in December that was avenged in the tourney. Facing a fierce in-state rival in the Final Four. And then having to play a team with a knack for orchestrating late game come backs for the win.
These were just a few of the key highlights that run through my mind when I reflect back on the 2012 National Champion Kentucky Wildcats. Continue reading
Lexington area couches began to breathe a sigh of relief when, in the waning moments of last night’s championship game, the Kansas Jayhawks appeared to be making one of their patented last second comebacks. But in accordance with the prophecy, the Kentucky Wildcats managed to fend off the late surge to clinch their 8th National Championship. As of this posting, the pained moans of singed couches can still be heard all over the state. Continue reading