Remember Google’s Super Bowl commercial? Do you want to see a mash-up using Ben Roethlisberger’s misadventures in Milledgeville, GA? Of course you do. Well, thanks to the YouTube/Google-created Search Stories Video Creator, your wishes have been met.
All things considered — Terry Bradshaw absolutely calling Ben out on the carpet, his hair in yesterday’s statement (lead image), a meeting with Roger Goodell that inspired Rachel Nichols to blow up her Twitter account commenting on his appearance — today probably hasn’t been the best day of Roethlisberger’s life.
You know what they say: “Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son;” although, I imagine John Blutarsky might disagree.
In an interview with Sirius XM radio, perhaps the best running back ever to play the game had some choice words for San Francisco 49ers holdout Michael Crabtree: Your holdout is dumb and you should grow up and “get your butt into camp.” Brown went on to say a player’s legacy is measured by his play, not the amount of money he makes. Wise words from a wise man, but considering the Crabtree camp’s perspective, they no doubt fell on deaf ears. Only a player with a mile-wide streak of arrogance would think a year-long holdout will benefit his career.
Memo to Crabtree and his handlers — your client isn’t the next coming of John Elway.
During the beginning of November, the Internets were alive with reports of a high school football player from Idaho punching his coach in the face during an on-field scuffle with the opposing team. As indicated by Brooks, Kipton Ramos was arrested for assaulting his coach and breaking his eye socket and his nasal cavity.
If you notice when the fight starts, it’s Ramos that’s doing the pushing of the opposing player. Things simply escalate from there. Another thing I noticed was number 81 for the blue team (Ramos’ side) wants absolutely nothing to do with fracas. In fact, his body language seems to indicate he’s disappointed the brawl started.
As for Ramos, he was obviously kicked off the football team and suspended from school. He’s due to appear in court again on December 15.