By now, you’ve seen the picture of OU wide receiver Kenny Stills dressed in drag. I say that because you more than likely glanced at the picture below before you read this sentence:
Yeah, that’s kind of gross and disturbing and deeply symbolic of Stills perceived lack of maturity, but it’s not why I think OU is going to struggle next season. To see why I think that, check out the next picture from Sooner Gabe Ikard’s Twitter account:
If you read this site often, you’ve probably noticed that we like to make fun of Dean Blevins from time to time. We do this primarily because Dean is a washed-up ex-jock and egotistical sports broadcaster who probably slept with your aunt (or one of her slutty friends) in the 1980s, but there are other reasons, too.
For example, he peed on live radio once. That’s always kind of funny and deserving of some mockery. He has that Twitter account, too. It’s kind of like reading the inner thoughts of an illiterate 12-year-old boy if they were to come from the troubled mind of a 55-year-old man. He also falls down quite a bit. That’s not funny, but it is kind of sad.
Well, it looks like we now have something new to add to our “Make Fun of Dean Blevins” list. It has nothing to do we percentages, slips or falls. It has everything to do with Dean Blevins being a vigilante who will hunt you down with a great vengeance and furious anger if you steal his Smart Ones frozen dinners.
From the News 9 break room freezer:
And then it was over. Just as quickly as the season began
19 7 months ago, it came to swift end last week as the Oklahoma City Thunder went from a 1-0 lead in the NBA finals to a 1-4 Western Conference whipping boy for the South Beach Commies. At least our guys go out in style, giving up 121 points in an elimination game where they trailed by 25 at one point in the second half.
Apparently this Friday, Mr. Metta World Peace himself will be in Oklahoma, and he will be here to party. This furthers my theory that Oklahoma knows how to party way harder than LA, if only because I have never met an Oklahoman that wasn’t down to shotgun a beer at a moment’s notice.
But I think it’s important to note that this could potentially be more momentous than partying. I say it’s time that we all bury that Harden Hatchet. Sure, Metta World Peace elbowed the Sixth Man of the Year in the head and gave him a concussion, but I say it’s time we let bygones be bygones. It’s time for us to embrace one another as human brethren in the true spirit of Metta’s name—World Peace.
You don’t have to be Einstein to figure out that Dean Blevins took a few too many hits on the football field — and in the sorority house — during his college days. To say the guy is a few bricks short of a full load is a massive understatement. If you need any proof, just watch him try to read a teleprompter, ask questions in a press conference, or tweet from his iPhone. It’s cringeworthy.
Or, you could just listen to this clip over and over again. It’s a little more fun and will accomplish the same result:
Anyway, Dean Blevins is in Miami this week to cover the NBA Finals for KWTV News 9. When we learned Dean was traveling to South Beach, we entered into a betting pool with several Ogle Moles to see in what way Dean would embarrass the Oklahoma media. The smart money was on Dean asking a stupid question at a press conference or getting caught with a coed on the Venetian Causeway. One person even suggested he may kill a manatee and try to eat it.
Well, it looks like we were all wrong. Dean Blevins did embarrass the Oklahoma sports media, but he did so in a way that hardly anyone could predict. He gave Dwyane Wade a necktie and then tweeted about it. Here’s the pic:
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