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Tuesday Blogdome: NCAA Vault hoops site means goodbye to workplace productivity

Feb 23, 2010, 4:00 PM EDT

Bosses Everywhere Cringe At NCAA Vault Site. If you’re any sort of college basketball fan, visit You will find every game from the Sweet 16 and beyond from 2000′s NCAA Tournament through last season. Every. Single. Game. No commercials. There are also some highlights chopped up for your viewing. You can search by tournament or by team. [The Sporting Blog]

* Douchebags With Tebow Tats: The Gothic Version. Just when you think the Tebow in the 7th round chatter had calmed down, now we get God telling ESPN that he’ll change his throwing motion to conform to NFL QB requirements that disallow going sidearm. Cool news for really, really dorky football nerds. We were more impressed this morning by finding Tebow fan that recently had this massive “TEBOW” needled into his skin. [Busted Coverage]
* Paterno’s glasses net $9,000. The market has now been set for autographed, worn Joe Paterno glasses: a cool $9,000. An online auction to benefit Penn State Public Broadcasting, which ended on Saturday, was won by Michelle and Kevin Coppola, who are now the proud owners of a Hall of Fame-worthy piece of memorabilia on the level of Tom Landry’s hat or Walter Payton’s headband. [Mondesi's House]
* Antonio Cromartie Has Big Boy Problems. An attorney for the mother of one of his children claims Cromartie is past due on $25,000 in child support after missing his Feb. 1 payment date for a few of his kids. Apparently the Florida State product has had issues with paying his support on time in the past. Here’s the kicker, the San Diego Union-Tribune states that, “Cromartie, 25, has at least seven children with six different women in five states.” [Rumors & Rants]
* The Miracle on Ice Part Deux. Jeremy Roenick joined WFAN in New York to talk about his thoughts on Sunday’s game, what is going on with Canada’s performance so far in the Olympics, and whether he would play Roberto Luongo if he were Canada’s coach. [Sports Radio Interviews]
* Olympic Speed Skaters Wearing Thongs Perform Better. The Japanese long-track speed skating team wore impressive technologically advanced see-through spandex uniforms. These track suits were paired with black high-rise thongs for pure performance enhancements. [JockJoose]
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  1. Tony Metler - Feb 23, 2010 at 8:00 PM

    >>see-through spandex uniforms with black high-rise thongs