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Vote for the Best Alabama College Football Fan and Win!

In Sports on February 28, 2011 at 6:37 pm

In the SEC, football allegiances run deep. In the Fall, fans eat, sleep, dream, pray, LIVE college football. Some programs go too far, however, simply go too far. Their fans poison trees after imagined slights by other programs. The school themselves have legacies that are unrivaled in collegiate sports, but some teams will stop at nothing to win. No team exemplifies this more than the Alabama Crimson Tide.

This is not idle talk, people. The RepoMan knows college football! And, as anyone who has ever played Monopoly with me can attest, the RepoMan also knows cheating. According to the Birmingham Weekly, “The NCAA has levied a three-year probation against the University of Alabama athletic department and forced the school’s football team to vacate 21 past victories as punishment for a wide-scale scandal involving student-athletes and textbooks.

More than 200 student-athletes representing 16 of the school’s 17 sanctioned sports were involved in the case, most of them unwittingly. However, the NCAA did identify 22 individuals as “intentional wrongdoers,” who knowingly committed violations.”

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World Record for Half Court Shots in a Minute

In Sports on February 6, 2011 at 12:20 pm

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay pg Eric Valentin may not be breaking records on the court(averaging 1.2pts/game according to a Wired.com report) but he has the Guinness Book of Records on speed dial after sinking a world record 8 half court shots in 1 minute!

This is the 2nd time Valentin has set this record. According to Wired, “The one thing Valentin has going for him is experience. He actually nailed six half-court shots in a minute last February, when he was a sophomore guard for Daytona State. Alas, his record was broken just two months later.”

Watch the full video at the all new Reposdelight.com by clicking here

Derrick Rose Cannot Be Stopped pt.3

In Sports on February 3, 2011 at 10:27 am

Welcome to the rebirth of Chicago hoops, post Jordan. Consider yourself warned…

Derrick Rose is legit. Bigger. Stronger. Faster. NASTIER. And he’s only 22. We warned the NBA point guards at the start of the season that he was coming for them. Just call me Nostra-fu%&ing-damus! He came, he saw conquered to the tune of 24.6 ppg. 8.2 ast, 5 reb, and 1 steal (as of 2/3/2011). He also is the starting point guard in this years NBA All Star Game. It has begun…

Hell, you know he’s a bad boy when the NBA puts out a video with his victims praising his cross-over dribble and smiling, almost reminiscing, about how he busted their a$$es:

The Michael Jordan years inspired some of the best NBA stars of this generation. Kobe Bryant does his best Jordan impersonations nightly both on the court and during interviews. Chicago’s own Dwayne Wade dominates the league, and with his flair for the dramatic, reminds everyone where he learned it. But Rose, he is something different. Derrick Rose is captivating the city, slowly, quietly putting the Jordan years to rest. Kids watch the way he moves. The sick crossover. The explosive reverse layups. The monster dunks. And the most frightening of all? They are mimicking his demeanor. The man is a silent assasin and the streets are watching. The rebirth of Chicago Hoops is being led by D Rose. It cannot be stopped. Ask Andre Miller…

Derrick Rose Cannot Be Stopped pt.2

In Sports on January 13, 2011 at 7:16 pm

Derrick Rose is a BEAST. We love to say we told you so, because, well we did (see here). In case you had any doubts, watch this highlight, and then say hello to the best PG in the game

Our Man of the Year 2010

In pop culture, Sports on January 5, 2011 at 8:20 pm

(editors note: Yes, we know it’s January 5th…piss off)

What an incredible year for news 2010 turned out to be! From Volcanos to earthquakes, oil spills to trapped miners, this year gave us all poignant moments we will not soon forget.

And through it all, one man’s star has shone the brightest through the darkness. Without further ado, we give you the Repo’s Delight Man of the Year, Mark Zuckerb…

Just kidding. We are perfectly happy to let Time Magazine (way to poop on that award, guys) give that bozo their award. If I was looking to honor someone whose only goal in life is to try to figure out away to capitalize off our privacy, I would have honored George Bush and Dick Cheney every year from 2000 to 2008.

But I digress…

Every man has a calling, and in these tough economic times, America needs a hero. An everyman kids can look up to. A “mans” man who inspires us with the feeling of “if he can do it, so can I”. Instant inspiration. For that reason, Repo’s Delight is truly proud to present our first ever man of the year (drumroll, please….) Brian Scalabrine!

Oh HELL YES! Brian Scalabrine is the perfect example for a struggling America. He is the posterchild for accomplishing more with less. Don’t believe me? Watch these video “highlights” of this professional basketball player:

“You must be crazy, Repo!” is probably the first thing that pops into your head. Now,please bear with me. Let’s consider that this 6’9″ mountain of mayonnaise has an NBA championship ring and has earned more than $18 MILLIONS DOLLARS in his career.

Exactly.

That’s right, this gentleman, who might not even be picked up in a game at the YMCA, is a millionaire 18 times over!!! He has been in the league for nearly 10 years and his highlight video is a gif. He is best known for his similarity to Jackie Moon.

But I can think of at least 18 million reasons why he wins our vote. Man of the Year? Shoot, he should be Man of the Decade!

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