Morning Bog: DCember Rocks at RFK
This week, your favorite Mid-Atlantic college football bowl announced its '09 ad campaign: DCember Rocks at RFK. Get it, D.C.-ember? And also, "fans through the years have enjoyed RFK Stadium's legendary bouncy seats and rockin' stands for football and soccer games," according to the release. And baseball, I guess.
Here's who else has his own logo: Casey Rabach. Not many NFL centers can boast their own logo. Congrats to him, and to the Eagle Bank Bowl. More morning links, with help from Jake DiGregorio.
* Following the lead of Semyon Varlamov, Nick Young says he likes the women better in his hometown, because "DC is so cold that you can't really see everything about a girl." Also, he listens to Maroon 5. (D.C. Landing Strip)
* Gilbert Arenas remains SLAM's 34th-ranked player in the NBA, despite not actually playing. (SLAMOnline)
* Oberto didn't want to leave San Antonio. (Bullets Forever)
* Here's an entirely depressing story about Art Monk and Charles Mann that you should avoid if you don't like the sour taste if disillusion. (Cheap Seats Daily)
* Chris Samuels, when asked about Hunter Smith: "Who is Hunter Smith?" (Homer McFanboy)
* A Redskins cheerleader, when asked what position Clinton Portis plays: "Wide receiver?" (Hogs Haven)
* Sure enough, here are the Clinton Portis inspired Bombs Over Baghdad t-shirts. (McFanboy Shop)
* Redskins.com Verizon Fios ads make a Redskins blogger hate Verizon Fios. (Apu Redskins Blog)
* Jim Riggleman says the Nats aren't the worst team in baseball. Shows you how low the media's credibility is; now people don't even believe the standings. (Nats Journal)
* Dave Jageler hit the nail on the head on WFED about the Nationals loosing their already shaky footing. (Nats 320)
* Not that Stephen Strasburg isn't responsible, but the idea of an instructional leagues being hosted in a place like Wichita or Topeka is somewhat less nerve-racking than sending a barely 21-year-old down to Florida with millions of dollars in hand. (NESN)
* After an airplane delay, D.C. United stars play four square with a tennis ball in an airport. Kind of like those old World Cup ads. (Twitpic)
September 17, 2009; 9:34 AM ET
Categories: Caps , D.C. United , Nats , Redskins , What You Need to Know , Wizards
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