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May 9, 2014


The HBS: Keys To The Cadillac

by Asti

By: Mike Asti and George Gerbo

Johnny Manziel

When undetermined hype leads the coverage, you know there’s sure to be tons of asininity. Keepers of analyzing all that is asinine, Mike “the Buzz-saw” Asti and George “the Howitzer” Gerbo tackle the 2014 NFL Draft.


Jadeveon Clowney

Blake Bortles

Johnny Manziel 1

How obvious was Houston’s pick of Jadeveon Clowney? Is the pressure and expectations on him already getting unreasonable? Did Jacksonville select Blake Bortles for the right reasons? What triggered Johnny Manziel’s fall? Mike tries to balance rooting for Manziel with his eternal hatred for Cleveland. With the immense celebrity and attention around J. Football, and taking into the cursed history of the Browns franchise, what will actually be considered successful? Should Cleveland’s draft moves be viewed as crafty and smart or accidental and lucky? This segment separates Mike’s cynical side from George’s optimistic hope. Who were some other first rounders that jump off the board to your favorite sports genius’.


The NFL Draft is taking over the news lately, but the NBA and NHL are still attempting to crown champions. Do the Kings have that 2012 swag back? Are the Penguins back to the powerhouse many feel they should be, or is history just repeating itself? What makes this Montreal team more ready for a deep playoff run?

Pens Rangers

Can the Donald Sterling mess propel the Clippers to their first NBA title? Will the Spurs old legs ever catch up to them? Roy Hibbert turns a goose egg into beast mode. But it doesn’t appear DC will stop rising.

Does none of it matter, since the Heat and Blackhawks are destined to reclaim their thrones?

For draft diamonds in the asinine ruff, look no further than the Howitzer and Buzz-saw, conquering sports radio, one day, at a time….

1 Comment Post a comment
  1. May 12 2014

    Reblogged this on Tricycle Offense.


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