Ann Stewart: Well Tennessee still hasn't won the Super Bowl yet, but they are looking good this year. They got a better start this year than they did last year in the beginning of the season.
Jennifer: The Tennessee Titans bet the Atlanta Falcons 31 to 38. Go Titans!!! What a team. What a Team. What a Team. Hurrah yeah
Sindhu Kumar: Good that the titans beat the falcons, Jennifer!
Michael Bohannon: I Hope Steve McNair's injury isn't serious. I never did hear anything else about it. I was impressed with his backup; it's good to know that the Titans have a backup that is capable of taking the reigns, although Atlanta isn't exactly the best team from which to judge his performance. No injury of course is a good thing, but if it had to happen I'm glad it happened against Atlanta. Then again, Indy is playing some good football right now and with the race as close as it is, the Titans can't really afford any losses.
Scarlet Termite: WOOHOO! Michigan is going to the Rose Bowl!!
Steve Bohannon: All right, Go Blue. They dominated OSU. Was a very enjoyable game, and no winning ugly this time for the Buckeyes. Oklahoma went to the Rose Bowl last year. That's a great bowl game. Oklahoma's headed to the Sugar Bowl this year, though, to play for the national championship.
Steve Bohannon: Well, USC, LSU or Michigan could give OU a run for the money. What I like about this year's team is that they don't take anything for granted.
Sindhu Kumar: If LSU wins the sec championship, look for them to make a trip to the sugar bowl after defeating the rebels.
Scarlet Termite: I don't see anyone stopping the Sooners this year.
Ann Stewart: Sooners Rock
Steve Bohannon: Amen, Sistuh. You're preaching to the choir. Boomer Sooner.
Ann Stewart: Sindhu--You know I love you, but I do not think LSU has a chance against the Sooners. I just don't see it.
Sindhu Kumar: True that they may not have a chance, but I think that anything is possible.
Steve Bohannon: LSU will have to jump USC in the BSC rankings, but it is possible. LSU has a tougher strength of schedule in the formula, and has more difficult remaining games. In addition to the SEC championship, where LSU will likely play Georgia (a very tough opponent), they also have Arkansas remaining at home. USC only has Oregon State. I don't think LSU will jump USC in the polls, but their strength of schedule may push them past USC in the BCS rankings. Sindhu, are you relieved that LSU made it past Peyton Manning and Mississippi yesterday? That was a nail-biter; the Rebels missed that field goal or it would have been tied. LSU would be a strong opponent in the Sugar Bowl for Oklahoma.
Sindhu Kumar: Well, thank you Steven. Oh yeah, I am so glad that they got passed Eli manning (Peyton's younger brother). I like LSU's chances of bumping USC but that remains to be seen as I am hoping LSU plays Oklahoma for the sugar bowl.
Sindhu Kumar: I like Tom Brady though, I think that his team is struggling a bit. They can't seem to win games behind his big arm.
Annie: I like Tom Brady, too. That's ok that the Pats aren't doing so well, I like looking at Tom...'specially from behind.
Joy: I love Tom Brady. What a man.
Ann Stewart: Ok it looks like love has been shown on Tom Brady this week so I will post the handsome young stud. I love the Patriots. I think they are great. Next to the Titians they are my favorite football team. So I went surf'in the web for ya and found this website on Tom Brady and the name of it is Tom Bradly So sexy he should be illegal. It's got some great pictures on it of Tom. I hope you like it. He's also on our Favorite Bachelors page.
Scarlet Termite: Ok, I have to tell Steve about this bumper sticker I saw once. It said," Will Rogers never met Barry Switzer"
Steve Bohannon: Hey, Scarlet--That is funny about Barry Switzer. He was a character, either loved or hated. Mostly hated because his teams had such great success on the gridiron. I met him one time while a student at OU at a movie theater with his family. He waved and was very friendly. He was very accessible to the fans. In pro football, I like the Dallas Cowboys. Now there's a team either hated or loved. The Tuna has really turned them around, and QC has been playing great. They have a great defense. I think they'll get a reality check the rest of this season though, because their schedule gets much more difficult.
JOY: IN PRO FOOT BALL WHO'S YOU'RE FAV TEAMS? I'M FOR THE TITANS. STEVE MCNAIR ROCKS. I THINK HE COULD BE CONSIDERED THE MOST VALUEABLE PLAYER. I HOPE THE TITANS WIN THIS TIME AROUND. TENNESSEE LOST A FEW GAMES ALREADY THIS YEAR, BUT WE ARE STILL IN THE RUNNING.
Scarlet Termite: Well, I don't follow pro football too much but I follow the Lions for sentimental reasons and the Bears because of three old bears namely, Walter Payton, Dick Butkus, and Mike Ditka. I used to be a big Giants fan but kinda lost my zeal for them.
Matt: Anybody like the New England Patriots?
Ann Stewart: Yeah Matt--I think Tom Brady is awesome. I remember when they won the Super bowl and they named him most valuable player and rolled out that big ole black truck for him as a gift. Man I wish I could get that from my job. He was only like 24 when they won that year. He's like one of the youngest quarterbacks to win in the super bowl. Talk about talent and good look’in too. Not that you would care about that Matt.
1. Stevie Y--Read his bio: Steve won the Conn Smythe trophy as the most valuable player of the 1998 playoffs. Highly skilled. Tough. Relentless. Always hungry for a win. A true team leader. His teammates call him Silk, because there's nobody smoother on the ice. Drafted by the Red Wings in 1983, he was named Top Rookie by The Sporting News magazine and scored club rookie records in both goals and total points. In 1986, Steve was named captain of the Red Wings. At age 21, he was the youngest captain in Detroit team history....
2. Peter Forsberg-- Read some of his ESPN Interview: It didn't take Peter Forsberg long to remind everyone how good a player he is. Forsberg, sidelined since undergoing shoulder surgery on June 29, scored twice -- including on his first shift -- and added three assists in his first game of the season as the Colorado Avalanche ended a three-game home losing streak with a 7-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night.
3. Taylor Pyatt-- Read this artical on him:
Position: Left Wing
Birthplace: Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Team: Buffalo Sabres
4. Daniel Alfredsson--Check out his profile: Height: 5-11
Weight: 199 lbs.
Born: December 11, 1972,
Birthplace: Gothenburg, Sweden
Team: Ottawa Senators
Talk on the Tennessee Titans Jeff Fisher and Steve McNair
Jennifer: Are we going in to sports men now? If so I want the head coach on the Titans on the list. Jeff Fisher. He's a fine man. I think he is so handsome. Hi Sindhu--What do you think about Jeff Fisher the Titan's Head coach? I think he's a handsome man. Ann Should add him to list.
Sindhu Kumar: I think so too Jennifer. I am fine. I think even Steve 'air' McNair should be added on to the list too.
Ann Stewart: OK ladies--I do believe they are fine men and I will be happy to add them to the Prettyboys list, but can you give more comments on them? Post it in the box below. I really don't know much about theses guys. All though I did see Jeff Fisher once at a football game here in Nashville and he has a short fuse. That man gets so mad when there is a bad play by the Titans team. I think some of the looks on his face are so funny when he gets mad. I'll just call him Mr. Mad fighting duck. Steve McNair is awesome, but I think the world believes he carries the entire Titan's team and I wish they would give more of the other team members credit like the defense members such as Jevon Kearse and Keith Bullock. Somebody once stated to me "McNair is the team. He’s the whole team.I don’t really agree and I think that makes the other team players look sad.
Manda Panda: Another nifty thing about Forsberg, during the 2000-2001 playoff run, he endured a massive body check from Mattias Norstrom, and ruptured his spleen. He took the next year off to "recondition" himself, came back in the playoffs, and lead in scoring. Not to mention that when Colorado got knocked out, there were still two rounds left. No one even came close.
Sindhu Kumar: You should also add that Capt. Stevie Yzerman of the Detroit red wings (one of my favorite hockey teams) won the gold medal for the Canadian Olympic hockey team at the salt lake city Olympic games in 2002 against the united states.
Scarlet Termite: Sindhu! You love the Wingies, too? They are my team! I have watched them since Jacques DeMers coached them. Remember Bobby Probert? You bet that Stevie Wonderful is hot. Sergei Federov needs to go on the list, too. He is schweet! I also think that Brendan Shanahan is a cutie.
Manda Panda: Scarlet -- I don't know what it is about Brendan Shanahan, but hot damn :-p
Manda Panda: Red wings? Predators? AVALANCHE!!! You people, sheesh :-p funny story about the predators actually.... I was standing in the arena this summer for the draft, and actually said, "whoa, Nashville's got a hockey team?!" I also forgot I was in Tennessee. Oh, I'm trying to come up with some pick-up lines, and I'm running scenarios over in my head, and all I'm coming up with is me standing there with my mouth hanging open and not breathing. yeah. I'm a dork when it comes to guys :-\
Ann Stewart: Well we darn sure better have a Hockey team, cause our football team is starting to tick me off. When will the Titans ever win the Superbowl? We always come so close and than we blow it.
Sindhu Kumar: Manda honey, hockey stars are just as good looking as film stars from Hollywood.
Manda Panda: Oh don't I know it. if he wasn't engaged or dating or whatever, I'd be out in Denver with Peter Forsberg ::snaps fingers:: like that. soooo hot
Sindhu Kumar: Would not we all be snapping fingers and pictures of all the good-looking hockey stars.
Scarlet Termite: My antenna are gonna fall off from all the wiggling. Tell you what, Manda, I have the same thought about the Blue Jackets. And as far as hockey players go, they all rock except Chris Chelios. I still can't forgive him for the nasty play he had when he was with the Blackhawks. But you know any good Detroit fan hates Chicago anyway. Couldn't believe it when I saw him in a Wings uniform. And they are as good looking as any actor. Steve Yzerman runs rings around my most loved Bill. What a man! Oh another story about that for you Manda. I used to live in Detroit and watched the Wings on the local station. The announcers were Dave Strader (who is with ESPN or FOX now) and Mickey Redmond who was the color guy and a fomer Wing. Now I had always thought that ole Mick had him a beer or two in the booth during a game a la Harry Carrey because he kept getting more and more colorful as the game went on and by the third period he was downright Technicolor sometimes. So anyway, one night I am watching the game and there is a big pileup in the Wings zone. Suddenly, here comes Steve on a breakaway, just scootin' down the ice. Of course everyone is gettin excited and then Mickey says, " Well, sure looks like the Wings are shooting their wad tonight!" Dead silence for like almost five minutes. I was howling! Then Dave finally comes on again and he was still having trouble talking. It was hilarious!
Sindhu Kumar: I am dying laughing with all the Redwing jokes, Scarlet!!
Manda Panda: How often to I pee my pants.... hmm.... only when I laugh really really hard. Scarlet, that's funny stuff. Hilarious! I can see the Sabres' colour man saying something like that, just because no one would hear him! hahaha Ahhh.... and I still can't come up with any pick-up lines!! My brain's just freezing up here, it's sad.
Ann Stewart: That's OK Manda Panda. I'll stick your brain under my heater. You tell me when it gets to HOT!!!
Folks I made a new talk line for the Sports Gods. So you can talk about sports all you want to there. I will probably build a site for them soon too. With your comments on them. Any one for tennis? What do you think about Pete Sampras? I think.....Whaooo, What a man!!!
Steven Bohannon: Oklahoma Sooners College OU is number 1. They have not lost a game they are 9 and 0. They beat Oklahoma State and beat them 52 to 9 today. Most of the talking heads at ESPN claim they will go all the way to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans with out a defeat. Many schools claim they match up with OU and could beat them, but they will probably have to get to the Sugar Bowl to find out. Go Sooners!!!
Ann Stewart: Nice comment and info big bro. You think the Oklahoma Sooners are going to win the Sugar Bowl this year. You graduated from college there so I guess you're a happy guy. Keep me updated on them. You're the best.
Steven Bohannon: Thanks, Ann, for paraphrasing my comments. Hope your new website works out well. Boomer Sooner. On to the Sugar Bowl in Nawlins. Would be 8th national championship for OU, tying them with Notre Dame.
Ann Stewart: Thanks Steve--I hope the Sooners win the Sugar Bowl.
Ann Stewart: I'm glad to see with new opening of my Sports talk line there has been a lot of people who have participated in telling sports stories. If you got some special sports stories, you know I want to here them. Just click here to my talk line and tell me your favorite sports story. Here are a few good Sports comments that have come in.
Scarlet Termite: Michigan/Michigan State was a great game. Then, unfortunately, Penn State was unable to beat Ohio State. My favorite college team, by the way, is whoever is playing Ohio State.
Steve Bohannon: I watched the last few minutes of that Ohio State vs. Penn State game as well. I was routing for Penn State. Haven't appreciated Ohio State much lately since the choking incident at Wisconsin and the whole Maurice Clarett stuff. Anyway, gotta feel for Joe Pa letting another one slip through his grasp. What is your favorite team, other than the anti-Ohio State, in college football?
Scarlet Termite: Steve, I like Michigan and Michigan State which meant that Saturdays' game was win/win for me! When I lived in Memphis I rooted for the Razorbacks (WooPig!) because I had a good friend who was from Ft. Smith and was a huge Hog fan. But always I go back to Michigan. I am of the opinion that OSU is an embarrassment to the Big Ten and it is unfortunate that a classy guy like Jim Tressel is involved in it.
I also thought Perrys' performance in the game was outstanding. What an amazing display of stamina. Plus in the Penn State game, did you see where the PSU player got hit from behind? It was brutal. And I bet he shook it off and went back in. Krenzel gets the wind knocked out of him and he's out for the rest of the game. Sheesh!
Anybody see the UK/Arkansas game? Man alive! UK got some big quarterback! He's HUGE!
Steve Bohannon: Scarlet, I saw that Ark vs. Kentucky game. What a show stopper. 7 overtimes. Matt Jones and the Kentucky qb (Lorenze, sp?) were awesome. Not much defense in the overtimes, but for sheer drama, can anything in the NFL match college OT? I don't think so.
Scarlet Termite: The back and forth in the UK/Ark game reminded me of the Fiesta Bowl last year. As much as I dislike Ohio State I have to say that was an awesome ballgame. The UK quarterback's name is Lorenzen I think. That kid is dang near 300 lbs.! He's got three guys on him and he's still throwing the ball and completing it, too! Amazing!