Brian Kelly's meltdown Saturday against USF wasn't quite as bad as Bo Pellini's last year in College Station, but it was pretty un-Notre Dame-like. I suspect a bunch of guys in white collars will chat with Kelly before the Michigan game this week.
The guy who shot the video about free speech that I posted on Friday has another hilarious video. In this video he asks college kids who believe the rich should pay more taxes to sign a petition to share their grade points with those whose aren't as high.
This is just priceless, watch these kids dance. If it weren't so funny it would really piss me off.
This video was taken in a Dallas area high school. One student punches another in the head multiple times as the teacher stands there and watches. The teacher didn't intervene because there is no policy in place for a teacher should he become injured breaking up a fight. How about a human policy, you know one that says to "help a brother out?" If a school can't insure a ' safety, why are we turning our kids over to the schools everyday.
BERLIN (AP) -- A live broadcast of a popular German game show was halted after a contestant was severely injured while trying to jump over a moving car driven by his father.
The accident occurred Saturday night just before Canadian teen idol Justin Bieber was to appear on the show, prompting him to say on his Twitter account: "Please pray for Samuel Koch & his family as we wait and hope for his health and safety."
Koch's stunt may have gone terribly wrong because the special shoes he was wearing for the jump, featuring a suspension system, malfunctioned.
Broadcaster ZDF said the accident by the 23-year-old prompted it to cancel the live broadcast of the "Wetten Dass" ("Bet It"), which had an audience of about 10 million people, according to German media.
Koch suffered multiple back injuries and fractures, underwent surgery Sunday, and his condition was initially life threatening, the German news agency DPAD quoted Duesseldorf hospital Dr. Wolfgang Raab as saying.
But it remained unclear if or when Koch would fully recover since "he is in an extremely critical stage," Raab told journalists.
Bieber, a 16-year-old singer, added on Twitter that he felt sorry for not being able to perform in Germany, but "some things are more important than putting on a show. We will be back I promise."
The TV show also was to include a gig by singer Robbie Williams, and Phil Collins, Cher or actress Cameron Diaz were among the guests, according to the broadcaster's website.
"Wetten dass" has been on TV for nearly 30 years and is one of Germany's most successful shows.
I don't know when this was recorded but no matter, it makes Lou Holtz look like a complete and total ball bag. I'll never understood why people get so upset at people who are just trying to do their jobs, geez Lou, get a grip, it's a chick. It happened sometime during his tenure as South Carolina Head Coach.