Stunt Granny Sports Show #2

chelseahitYup, right on track grandkids as the Stunt Granny Audio Networks: The Stunt Granny Sports Show returns for week two and it is a doozy. Eric2 and Jeremy cover a wide range of topics this week. They discuss the problems with minor league hockey intermission gimmicks and how satisfying it is when they backfire. They roll in to a discussion about the laughability of live mascots and how nothing seems to go right with them. They discuss the economics of The Big Ten conference telling its members they are not to schedule any Division 1AA schools. Should other conferences follow suit and is it fair to the FCS schools and their athletic departments. Eric2 rails against The NCAA again and how it treats and controls its athletes as they bring up ESPNs article about Jadeveon Clowney possibly sitting out or going half speed this season to ensure a higher draft position next year. There is a lot more including Tony Romo, that Blade Runner dude,  The NFL possibly changing the field width and both of your hosts inability to judge crowd sizes. Remember how we said the show would get better as we go along? Well this week’s show is way better than our initial offering. So, if you like last week’s show you will surely love it this week. Hell, we even provided videos fo ya! Cough, after the break.

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Stunt Granny Sports Show #1

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It is a sport somewhere and we are here to cover it.

Have you ever wanted to be the cool kid who discovered that hot new thing just so you could turn your back on it once it became popular? Well now is your chance to brag to your friends about the cool new sports show hitting the internet! Yes Stunt Granny is entering the sports talk world with a new voice alongside a familiar one. Please welcome Eric “Eric2” Jones to the Stunt Granny fold as he and long time friend and Stunt Granny founder Jeremy Maes wet their whistles and sing a tune about all the top stories in sports, well, sort of. I mean it is Stunt Granny so it has the edge and humor you expect so don’t worry. Some of what you can expect is Eric2’s diverse favorite team lineup, Ole Miss clearly cheating on the recruiting trail (allegedly), the legalities of the NCAA, why recruits want to play as far away from home as possible, the correct age of adulthood and a whole bunch more. All of this is packed in to a nice forty-five minute package so you won’t waste your time on those big time national corporate shows, ya know the popular ones. So get to downloading already so you can brag about it to all your friends.

Stunt Granny Sports Show #1

Stunt Granny Big 11- Week Ending 2/19/11

1. Eric Nelson – You ever sit back and ask yourself what the fuck happened to the people you know? Well this just happened. “Do you have band practice tonight?”  “Nope, dance lessons.” Of course, this is immediately followed by ridiculous amounts of ideas to publicly embarrass them so it works out just perfect. – Jeremy

2. Dolph Ziggler – Dolph made the stupid choice to go along and get booked in a firing angle on Smackdown. Why is this a stupid choice? Well, just about every time this angle is executed by WWE the wrestler goes bye bye. Sure this will probably lead to nothing, but the continuing trend of wrestlers allowing themselves the possibility of being unemployed needs to stop already. – Jeremy

3. Jerry Lawler – Jerry’s mom died this week at the age of 90. She reportedly had been diagnosed with and was suffering from Alzheimer’s.  In a rare moment of seriousness: what a shit disease. My aunt’s mother had dementia and her new storytelling abilities were at least fun. But Alzheimer’s just rapes you mentally. Its effect on everyone around them is devastating as well. Part of me wants WWE to cut him a break and give him the title Sunday. It won’t happen but it would be a nice gesture. Yeah, I am a dope. – Jeremy

4. Chris Jericho – His new book, “Undisputed,” was released to rave reviews (I’m picking it up this weekend and not sitting it down until I’m finished with it), but more importantly, he continued to cross the country to promote his book on the radio and in the meantime show everyone why he’s the smartest damned person in the wrestling business. He completely understands what it takes to get over, to stay over, and to get others over, and his self-awareness is second to none. Jericho is a character study in awesomeness. – Eric

5. The Rock – He cut an awesome promo for 20 minutes that didn’t feel like 20 minutes. I’m pumped that he’ll be involved at a Wrestlemania that I attend. He adds star power to a card that will feature the Miz (been around for a bit but is still getting his main event legs) and Alberto Del Rio (less than a year on WWE TV) in two main event matches. He even has a new shirt (and three retro shirts) that will sell like hot cakes. – Kevin

6. Jeff Hardy – Mr. Hardy got another continuance because one of his lawyers was sick (let’s hope he didn’t use any of his client’s medicine) and the local lawyer was needed to represent a murder suspect. The next hearing will be after Victory Road, which is where Hardy will drop the belt just in case he has to drop trow for Big Bubba. – Kevin

7. Rima Fakih – You may (totally not) know her as Miss USA, and you probably (but most likely didn’t really care that you) saw her as a guest host on Monday Night Raw. Oh, and she also loves to pole dance. But now you’ll know her for three important reasons: 1) She’s going to be on WWE Tough Enough, 2) She’s going to embarrass the fuck out of herself on WWE Tough Enough, and 3) She’s going to send at least 100 percent of the Stunt Granny crew into masturbatory fits. (P.S. You don’t wanna see Max pole dance, Kevin.) – Eric

8. Tough Enough – Speaking of Tough Enough, here’s some more shiz. It was recently reported that a bunch of noteworthy indy workers were rejected by casting for positions on this coming season of Tough Enough. Those names include Austin Aries, Joey Ryan, Mercedes Martinez and Brittney Savage. I know the internet community will be all up in arms about the Aries snub, but let’s face it – he’s too old and too short for WWE to give him serious consideration. I’m more surprised about Ryan, who has the size WWE likes and who has done some squashes for them in the past. – Dusty

Also, there was a wrestler who asked to not have his name mentioned who noted there was a frustration among the talents after dealing with the casting people. He apparently was led to believe he was going to be a part of the show, only to never hear back from the producers after the initial word. – Dusty

9. Vin Gerrard – That’s who the unnamed source was. No Source Dot Com, baby! – Dusty

10. Hernandez – Okay, check out this video first and then report right back:

It is a testament to how unprofessional and poorly run of a company TNA is that Hernandez was not immediately fired for that. I’m talking like during the match fired. What a total chump. He is 38 years old and has been wrestling since 1996, but apparently can’t be bothered to learn how to do his finishing maneuver properly. A special bonus to this is that he has the benefit of seeing Sheamus performing the move successfully every week on a television show that people actually bother to watch. Fuck Hernandez. – Dusty

11. Miguel Cabrera – Baseball season is right around the corner, so you’re going to have to get used to me talking about baseball. If you’re not down with baseball, you can kiss my a to the crooked letters. In any event, Jeremy’s boy Cabrera was recently caught with an obscenely high blood alcohol level, and was actually sipping on something while the officer was talking to him. That’s some Craig Ferguson shit, right there. In other news, the Oakland Athletics have a much better pitching staff than the Tigers. – Dusty

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