NASCAR's Mayfield Fails Another Drug Test ...

>> Thursday, July 16, 2009








NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield has yet again tested positive for meth and again he denies the allegations by arguing NASCAR paid his stepmother to lie about his drug use. NASCAR filed documents asking the court to reinstate the ban that suspended him from racing. Accompanying the court documents was an affidavit by Mayfield's stepmother alleging she had witnessed the driver use meth at least 30 times over the past seven years.

Mayfield responded with this ...

"I don't trust anything NASCAR does, anything Dr. David Black does, never have, never will," Mayfield told The Associated Press in a phone interview. Black is the administrator for NASCAR's drug-testing program.

"And they picked the wrong woman to use against me because that (expletive) is trash and has got nothing on me but lies."

"She's tried everything she can do to get money out of me. I won't help her, so I guess she found a way to get money from NASCAR by giving them an affidavit full of lies," he said.

The affidavit alleged specific instances where Mayfield supposedly used meth. The only defense the driver had was calling his stepmother a gold digging whore. It is getting more difficult for the driver to deny his use of drugs due to the two failed drug tests in two months. The ban should be reinstated because someone using meth and driving 200 mph just doesn't seem safe anymore.

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Got Hops?




He sure does...

Just a video for you to enjoy...I personally think the first dunk is the nastiest!

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Jarmon picked in the 3rd round..





Jeremy Jarmon was selected by the Washington Redskins in the annual supplemental draft. Washington sacrificed their third round pick next year to land the former defensive end of the Kentucky Wildcats.

Jarmon declared for the supplemental draft because he had been suspended for his senior year for taking a dietary supplement that was banned by the NCAA. The kid got a raw deal from the NCAA, but the rules are in place for a reason and he did break them, whether he knew he did or not.

Jarmon could end up a steal as a 3rd rounder. He has the build to play either a defensive end or maybe even tackle in the Redskins 4-3 base defense. I like this gamble by the 'Skins. They were a little thin at defensive end after letting Jason Taylor walk earlier in the offseason and this was a quick way to add some much needed depth to the d-line.

Again, I just wanted to beat Derrick to the punch on posting about a Kentucky player. Luckily, his favorite NFL team also was the team that selected him, so I get to knock out two birds with one stone with this one.

*Edit
I see that Derrick had already posted a blurb about this on the sister site, Avenue of Champions. I say sister site because Wildcats are technically pussies. Oh well, you can't win them all...

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Babe of the Day!



I doubt you'll complain about Eva Mendes!

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Grandpa Favre Sets Deadline....





The drama queen has established himself another deadline regarding his return to the NFL. Favre has allowed himself to July 30th to make a decision on his 26th possible return to the NFL. Favre had this to say regarding the deadline...

"There's two weeks left and I'm doing everything I can," Favre said. "I was down here Sunday morning working out. I'm trying to get everything to where I feel 100 percent when I go in. I can't go in any less. When you're 39 years old, it's hard enough. But it's getting there."

Favre is attempting to return to the Packers most hated rival, the Minnesota Vikiings, and appears to be willing to throw away his entire Green Bay legacy for one more year in the spotlight, or one more year annoying us on sportscenter.

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Tom Watson Says F U Father Time...





Tom Watson may nearly be regarded as a senior citizen in most modern day conveniences, but Thursday his golf game was anything but senior. The 60 year old Watson fired a 5-under par 65 at Turnberry in the British open today, outplaying all of his younger counterparts sans Miguel Jiminez.

Watson is a five-time Open Champion, but nobody could have predicted his output on a beautiful day at Turnberry, especially considering someone of Tiger Woods caliber shot a measly 71. Apparently the British Open is becoming old-timer's paradise. Last year saw the reemergence of "The Shark," Greg Norman and a spirited effort that left him just short of winning the Open.

One other side note. One of the PMB's favorites, John Daly, managed to shoot a 68 today and is still in contention, but I'm sure that'll only last til he slams a few brews at the British pubs tonight...

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Daily Humor

I don't even know what to say about this one....other than it might be the funniest song ever...just listen

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