Well…it was somewhat more stable last week…
Welcome to DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 Week 8 Edition, lets start out with…
Week 7 Recap (with last week’s rank in parenthesis):
By my count I went 11-4 in week 7. You can read those predictions HERE.
The most glaring misspick was saying (23) Missouri would beat (13) Georgia because of all the turmoil surrounding Todd Gurley, added with the fact that Mizzou was hosting. Final score: 34-0 Georgia.
I also didn’t pick (3) Mississippi State over (2) Auburn because I thought there was no chance both Mississippi schools would have epic days, but I was wrong.
(9) TCU nearly made me look good, but (5) Baylor scored the final 24 points to pull off the amazing comeback.
USC, who I called “suddenly mediocre” (and this is a team I love) moved to 4-2 after upsetting a previously undefeated (10) Arizona Wildcats squad that had just upset Oregon a week earlier.
And…although the Georgia pick was the most glaring, the one that hurt the most was Duke giving (22) Georgia Tech their first loss of the season. #FuckDuke
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Two handpicked selections from each category…
Welcome back to The Wednesday Video Dump, where each Wednesday (or every other, depending on my schedule) I will handpick two videos (or,in some cases, Vines), new or old, from each category that we cover on the site (Video Games, Movies/TV, Sports, Music, and Whatever).
To see the videos, just click on the corresponding picture below the category banner.
Today we’ve got a drunk squirrel running in circles, a Better Call Saul song, Triumph The Insult Comic Dog grilling beer lovers, Nate Rob knocking down a bomb, WatchMojo’s Top 10 Hardest Video Games, a trailer for 808, and more…
WatchMojo.com breaks down their Top 10 Hardest Video Games
Rev3 Games video review for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
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“It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him”…
I’m just now starting to get a little pumped for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. I guess that’s the way I’m rolling these days, because I generally don’t get too jacked about anything until its close to happening. Unless you count Episode VII, of course. The “Defining Chapter” of The Hobbit Trilogy hits cinemas December 12th in the UK, December 26th in the US, and December 26th in Australia (hey, I had the wikipedia page pulled up so I might as well have given you the information on all three dates, plus I hear that people live in those places and I know that people from those places look at this site).
Anyways the movies’ Twitter account has been slamming out a bunch of new posters and banners over the last few days. I’ve put every one I could find (plus the rad SDCC poster) in my short amount of time in the gallery below, just click on any one of em to start a slideshow. And for those of you who haven’t seen a trailer yet, heres that too:
Lady Galadriel, played by Kate Blanchett
Thranduil, played by Lee Pace
Thranduil, played by Lee Pace
Thorin Oakenshield, played by Richard Armitage
Thorin upon the throne under The Lonely Mountain
Tauriel, played by Lost’s Evangeline Lilly
The Poster from San Diego Comic Con, with Smaug attacking Dale, Bard The Bowman waits…
Legolas, played by Orlando Bloom
Bilbo crouches with Sting in his hand
Bilbo, played by Martin Freeman
Bilbo, played by Martin Freeman
Galadriel (Cate Blanchett) kissing a dead looking (but he’s totally not) Gandalf (Ian McKellen)
Galadriel and Gandalf reeeach for each other.
Gandalf, played by Ian McKellen
Bard the Bowman, played by Luke Evans
Azog, played by Manu Bennett, leads a grand army of a-holes
Seahawks take on a red hot Cowboys squad lookin’ to make a statement…
Welcome to The Hawk’s 2014 NFL Picks Week 6 Edition.
Since The Hawk started making his picks in week 2 he has a 35-20 overall record, including a stellar 10-4 mark last week (note that he generally doesn’t pick the Thursday Night games cuz he’s workin’ hard at his two jobs).
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Who’s on top?
1. San Diego Chargers (4-1)
Damn! Chargers look dangerous this year. Rivers is on a roll. Their sole loss was opening Monday Night Football, barely against an Arizona team that is tough when healthy. They were healthy in week 1. Not so much now.
2. Seattle Seahawks (3-1)
Really wanted to put the Hawks at 1. but can’t because they lost to the Chargers week 2. Rivers and company took advantage of San Diego’s hot weather that day, and controlled the ball for 43 mins to Seattle’s 17 minutes, but Seattle still had a chance to win the game late.
3. Denver Broncos (3-1)
Denver looks even better this year then the team that won the AFC last year. Peyton will most likely break Favre’s career TD record of 508 in two more games. He is at 503.
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After the week 6 shakeup, whats next?…
Welcome to DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 Week 7 Edition.
It’s rush mode…again, but here goes!
Week 6 Recap (with last week’s rank in parenthesis):
It was no doubt the most insane week I’ve ever seen in College Football as far as upsets go. By my count I went 7-10.
Games I DIDN’T pick:
Arizona over (2) Oregon
Utah State over (18)BYU
(11) Ole Miss over (3) BAMA
(25) TCU over (4) Oklahoma
(5) Auburn over (15) LSU
(12) Miss St over (6) Texas A&M
Utah over (8) UCLA
(9) Notre Dame over (14) Stanford
Arizona State over (16) USC
Northwestern over (17) Wisconsin
Sooooo…lets hope for better luck this week
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That shot remind anyone of The NeverEnding Story?…
I’m a huge fan of director Brad Bird‘s work. The big 3: Iron Giant, The Incredibles, and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Now he’s got a new live-action sci-fi film hitting theaters on May 22nd, 2015, called Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, and Britt Robertson, amongst others. Heres a vague synopsis from Wikipedia (there are much more in depth sysnopsis’ out there that give away a lot if you just google it):
Frank (George Clooney) and Casey (Britt Robertson) travel to a place somewhere in time and space only known as Tomorrowland, where their actions directly affect the world and themselves.
Here’s the first teaser:
Doesn’t that city look a lot like Fantasia from NeverEnding Story?
A poster was also released, check it out: