Tag:Eric Kay
Posted on: February 6, 2008 8:24 am

In Honor Of....

It was one week ago that the "Volunteer Basketball" blog first appeared on Eric Kay's "Raw Sewage" best blogs around list. Well, it's been five straight days now on that list, going for six. So what i thought we might do today is honor the unsung heros of this world. The heros that make the work day possible. The heros that keep us "office personel", "IT Techs", and/ or "Desk Junkies" sane in an insane environment. Todays blog is in honor of sports and SPIN writers and Eric Kay is front and center. Here's to you Eric...

So today's topic, in line with that, is what do you use CBS Sportsline to keep you sane from? In other words, what's your occupation?

For me, i'm a certified computer tech for a local company here in Johnson City, TN.

Posted on: February 4, 2008 2:44 pm

Favorite thing about the Super Bowl

Well, Volunteer Basketball has done the unthinkable and made Eric Kay's "Raw sewage... I love it!" list of best blogs three straight times. Anyway, onto the important stuff...

I think my favorite part about the Super Bowl this year was Tom Brady having to eat his words. When Plaxico Burress predicted his 23-17 Giants win, Brady, in an interview, said, "We're only going to score 17 points? Ok..." and laughed sarcastically. No, Mr. Brady, Plax gave you guys a little to much credit. Hate that for you... What'd ya'll like about the SB?

Posted on: February 1, 2008 8:35 am

Craziest thing @ sporting event

Ladies and Gentlemen, the "Volunteer Basketball" blog has reach a new personal best- Two straight days on Eric Kay's "Raw Sewage ... I love it!" blog. Can we make it three? :)

Today's random question is- What is the craziest thing you've done at a sporting event?

For me (its not a great one), me and several of my buddies went last week to the UK vs. UT basketball game in Rupp Arena. Before hand, we had shirts printed up that said, "Why does the wind blow north in Tennessee? Because Kentucky sucks and Alabama blows." That didn't go over very well, as you can image, especially since the Vols lost.

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