12 February 2011

Kurt Busch Wins The Budweiser Shootout

The first event of the 2011 NASCAR season saw a driver actually disqualified for making an illegal pass and another driver was credited with the win. Denny Hamlin crossed the finish line first but since he passed Kurt Busch below the yellow line he was black flagged and Busch was named the winner as Hamlin finished in 12th.
It was the first event at Daytona International Speedway following the repaving of the surface and the cars on the track were moving at incredibly fast speeds, some even hit 206 mph. Cars were spread out around the track in packs of two, a major difference than the huge packs we've seen at the plate tracks before.
Check out the highlights from the 2011 Bud Shootout.

Blake Griffin Better Get Out Of J.J. Hickson's House

We all know that the Cleveland Cavaliers finally ended their 26 game losing streak to the Los Angeles Clippers last night in overtime. We also know that this blog has been in awe of Blake Griffin this season (just put his name in the search bar to the right). But I hope he knows to never go to J.J. Hickson's house again as Hickson did what so many have been unable to do and stop a Griffin dunk. To the videotape.

11 February 2011

Can The NHL Return To Where It Belongs...Canada?


Great news from Quebec in which money has been dedicated to the construction of a new hockey arena in hopes of bringing an NHL team back to Quebec City to become the new incarnation of the Quebec Nordiques. This great news has made realize that there has to be more NHL teams in Canadian cities instead of in the American South, where teams for the most part have struggled to build a fanbase.

Aaron Afflalo Is An Assassin

Aaron Afflalo nailed the game winner against the Dallas Mavericks last night in a trule exciting game. Check out his great shot, and Kevin Harlan's killer call.

10 February 2011

2011 NCAA Tournament Schedule & Broadcast Times

For the first time ever, every NCAA Tournament will be broadcast nationally. As the March Madness games are being broadcast on CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV, people wondered how the game would be shown. Now we have the answer as CBS Sports and Turner Sports have announced the schedule for the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

09 February 2011

2011 NFL Mock Draft, 5th Edition

With the Green Bay Packers defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV, the draft order is now set. Who will those teams select in the 2011 NFL Draft in order to get back to the big game? And what about the 30 other clubs hoping to get to that position?
It's my NFL Mock Draft, 5th edition. 

Great Moments From Awful Players: Dan Gadzuric

You know UCLA has got a great tradition of big men who have played for the Bruins. Lew Alcindor. Bill Walton. Dan Gadzuric. Actually no on the last one because Gadzuric is just awful (just ask Stu Lantz). But one day against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Gadzuric had such a powerful dunk it's featured on Great Moments from Awful Players. Enjoy.

08 February 2011

NBA All-Star Weekend Schedule on TNT

NBA All-Star weekend is back on TNT again on the weekend of February 18 to February 20. Wondering when each event will happen and on what time? Here's the schedule from the press release from Turner Sports.

2011 NCAA Tournament: Predicting Announcer Assignments For Rounds 2-3 (1st Edition)

This is the first of a series of posts in which I will try to predict where of the eight NCAA Tournament broadcast teams will be calling games of the 2nd and 3rd round on CBS, TBS, TNT, or TruTV this March using the bracketology from the great Bracketology 101. And here we go. 

NBA Three Point Shootout Lineup Announced



The participants in the 2011 NBA Three-Point Shootout, which will be held on February 19 on TNT as part of All-Star Weekend in Los Angles, have been announced by the NBA. Who will be battling for the trophy and the pride of knowing they are the best three point shooter? And who is in the competition that should not be?

Sports Illustrated Cover This Week

I cannot see anybody surprised by this. But I do really like the cover as SI always does a great job. 

07 February 2011

Super Bowl XLV Ratings

You could say that the NFL and Fox got what they wanted out of Super Bowl XLV, as it was the most watched television program in US history. It averaged 111 million viewers which beat the previous record holder, Super Bowl XLIV, by five million viewers. It had a total viewership of 162.9 million viewers and had a 46 rating with a 69 share. It was the fourth straight Super Bowl to set the record for most watched program and the primetime audience cracked 100 million for the first time in history. Wow.
Here's the press release.

Mike Munchak Named Tennessee Titans Head Coach

Following the bizarre firing/dismissal/resignation of Jeff Fisher, the Tennessee Titans have named offensive line coach Mike Munchak as the new head coach. Munchak has served as offensive line coach since 1997 and also was a Hall of Fame guard for the club when they were the Houston Oilers and made part of one of the best offensive line tandems in history with Bruce Matthews, a fellow Hall of Famer.

Super Bowl XLV: The Worst Commercials

As always with every Super Bowl, there are a handful of awful commercials. And Super Bowl XLV had its fair share of clunkers. Which ads did I think were the worst?

06 February 2011

Super Bowl XLV: The Best Commercials

Commercials are such a major part of the Super Bowl so many people watch the game just for them. What commercials did I think were the best from Super Bowl XLV?

Green Bay Packers Win Super Bowl XLV








The Vince Lombardi Trophy is coming home to Titletown, USA as the Green Bay Packers have defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV 31-25. Aaron Rodgers threw for over 300 yards and 3 touchdowns and he was named Super Bowl MVP.

Super Bowl XLV Live Blog

This is the Super Bowl XLV live blog here on B-FLO 360, featuring tweets from myself as well as a variety of NFL analysts, insiders and others. Feel free to post your own comment or ask a question.

Tom Brady Named NFL MVP

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is the 2010 NFL Most Valuable Player after getting every single vote in an unanimous decision. Brady threw for 3,900 yards, 36 touchdowns against only four interceptions, and lead the Patriots to a 14-2 record which was the best record in the NFL this year.