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3 New Songs From Dillon Francis (ft. Major Lazer + DJ Snake)
Sep 234:10PM EST

With Dillon Francis’ debut album on the way, we’ve been getting a barrage of new music from EDM’s resident clownboy.  With the lead single off the album, “When We Were Young,” headed for well-deserved pop smashdom, D.France hits us with some ratchetness on a new collab with Major Lazer as well as a rework of his and DJ Snake’s unavoidable twerk anthem “Get Low.”  And if you’re in the mood for something a little more easy listening, check out Dillon’s latest remix, a melodic house spin on Aussie darling Strange Talk’s “Morning Sun.”

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In Just Over A Month, We Will Be Blacking Out In Worcester And Hartford
Sep 233:45PM EST

Do you all remember the last few times in Worcester in Hartford? Probably not because you Blacked the Fuck Out, so here’s a little reminder.







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Thats right, October 24th we will be at the Palladium in Worcester and October 25th we will be at the Webster Theatre in Hartford. These Blackouts get fucking wild especially in Hartford in Worcester. These are going to be crazy, there will be a TON of smokes, and Dante will be there dropping some incredible beats. Tickets will sell out so get them while you still can!



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Barstool Blackout: Worcester – The Palladium – Friday October 24th – BUY TICKETS (Tickets on sale NOW )

Barstool Blackout: Hartford – Webster Theatre – Saturday October 25th – BUY TICKETS (Tickets on sale NOW)


Former USC Cornerback Suing Lane Kiffin and The School For Making Him Play With Concussion, Dehydration and The Flu
Sep 233:15PM EST

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Daily News - Former USC cornerback Brian Baucham filed a lawsuit against the university and former coach Lane Kiffin on Monday, alleging he suffered permanent injuries after being forced to play in a game while he was ill in 2012.

Baucham’s lawsuit claimed that he was “forced by Coach Kiffin to play a home game even though Mr. Baucham was very ill and diagnosed by the USC Health Clinic with an influenza-like illness, viral pharyngitis and dehydration.”

After playing in a game on Sept. 22, 2012 against California, “Baucham suffered from cardiopulmonary damage, as well as brain injury with neurocognitive deficits,” according to the lawsuit.

There is no specific dollar damage listed in the lawsuit, which was filed by the law firm of Agnew Brusavich in Torrance.

“USC and Head Coach Kiffin were clearly negligent and acted with conscious disregard for Brian’s welfare and safety by forcing him to play in the California Golden Bears game … despite his verified medical history and seriously ill condition,” said Baucham’s lawyer, Bruce M. Brusavich.




Lane Kiffin, even when he’s not at your school anymore, he’s still fucking you over.  Guy is like the plague of college football, spreading from campus to campus like the fleas on the rats on the ships.  He’ll show up, lose a bunch of games, ruin your reputation, oh and if you’re really lucky he’ll stick you with a sweet lawsuit.  Cardiopulmonary damage and brain injury?  Yup, sounds like a Lane Kiffin leftover problem.

And the most amazing part about it?  He’ll end up at an even better job for his next one!  It’s incredible. The snake force is so strong with this dude.   Might be tough for Raiders/Vols/SC fans to hear but you almost…almost…have to respect it.



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h/t my girl @HeatherBrit

Smokesmash Matchup from Hell – Tessa from Furman U. vs. Jenny from Delaware
Sep 232:30PM EST

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Tessa from Furman


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Jenny from UDel


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1 for Tessa…5 for Jenny


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Miss America 2015 Was Kicked Out Of Her Hofstra Sorority For “Abusive Hazing”
Sep 232:00PM EST

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FOX - Miss America Kira Kazantsev was kicked out of her Long Island college sorority after a hazing scandal, she admitted on “Good Morning America” Tuesday morning.

“Under the broad definition of hazing, yes, I was involved,” she said. “At the time, unfortunately, that was just the culture of the university, and I was hazed, and I was kind of brought up through the organization thinking that is appropriate behavior…”

The newly crowned pageant queen, whose platform in the competition was anti-domestic abuse, was kicked out of Hofstra University’s Alpha Phi sorority last year after she sent an email ahead of an event to members of her sorority that she said was misinterpreted.

“In the email I made a joke that was taken out of context and forwarded,” she said.

So what was the joke? “That we would make the evening scary for the pledges.”

She described the hazing pledges were put through, explaining they were made to do “menial tasks.”

“It included something like you would stand in a line and basically like recite information or a few sleepless nights crafting,” she said.



Love that explanation of her abusive hazing.  Making pledges “stand in lines reciting information” and “staying up late crafting.”  Riiiiight.  I prefer to go with what this unnamed source over at Jezebel had to say about Hofstra pledging:


A recent graduate who attended Hofstra at the same time as Kazantsev told Jezebel that the final two steps of pledging in one (unnamed) sorority involved making all of the pledges remove their underwear and sit on newspapers while the older members forced them to watch lesbian porn. Anyone whose newspaper stuck to them at the end of the video, the former student said, was branded a dyke, ridiculed, and tossed out. The remaining girls were then forced to perform oral sex on their sorority “big sisters.” Other Greeks required pledges to sit in circles around bowls of cat food and other various inedibles. They’d take turns eating and as soon as someone threw up, they had to eat the puke. Another sorority would wrap completely naked pledges in tinfoil, take them to bars, and instruct them to dance until last call. Patrons would pull pieces of foil off, and pledges were considered sexually up for grabs.



Now THAT is some quality hazing!  I mean there’s a 0% chance it’s true but that’s at least how I like to picture my sororities in my head.    Like a scene from the most NC-17 chick version of Animal House imaginable, and this is basically the script right here.  Watching lesbian porn and eating each other out all over the house then hitting the bar in nothing but tin foil.  Greek Life done right.  Wish we could go back and re-do the Q&A portion of Miss America, skip the Ray Rice question and ask Kira if she passed the newspaper test.  That’s what the people want to know.

Maryland’s Dez Wells Finds Himself In Anatomy Textbook
Sep 231:40PM EST


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That awkward moment when you find your name and likeness being used in a $400 textbook that you had to buy at full price.  That’s just that NCAA life.


It’s all good though, Dez doesn’t need to get paid for what he does on the court once he has his Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis degree to fall back on.





h/t Eric

Kendrick Lamar – i
Sep 231:20PM EST


After a two year spree of features on top of features the solo Kendrick drought is over. Kendrick season is officially here and he’s kicking it off with “i” a bright, feel good, rather cheesy single that will get you at least somewhat happy on this bummer Tuesday afternoon.

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Guy Tries To Assault A Chick, Jumps Out A Window, Breaks Both His Legs, Crawls Away Hilariously While She Talks Shit
Sep 2312:30PM EST



If I’m to take the video upload at face value, apparently this guy found a woman’s phone, offered to bring it to her when she called the number, came into her house with a knife and tried to sexually assault her before her sister and the girl fought him off. Or, as the Liveleak uploader explains:


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Yeah that cleared it all up for sure. I love the karma and the chick chirping at him so I’m not in any position to salute this horrible man who looks like an emaciated Kimbo Slice. But at the same time you’ve kind of got to admire his effort to get away here while still holding his comically oversized knife. Heart of a scumbag champion:



Navy SEAL Gets Shot 27 Times While Killing 4 Al-Qaeda Terrorists…Is The Biggest Badass Alive
Sep 2312:00PM EST


IBT - He was shot 27 times one night at Iraq’s Anbar Province in April 6, 2007, by Al Qaeda. He not only escaped, but is raising funds today for a brain centre.

Navy SEAL Senior Chief Mike Day with his team and Iraqi scouts was on the prowl for an al Qaeda cell in 2007. The terrorists had shot a couple of helicopters and murdered everyone. He entered a 12×12 room, where four armed al Qaeda leaders were waiting to hit. Immediately there was a barrage on him, and it felt as if someone was “just beating him up with sledge hammers,” Day, now retired, said to CBN News. They shot his rifle out of his hands and hit him 16 times in the arms, legs and abdomen. The other 11 shots fired his body armour, which could sustain itself—as well as him! Miraculously, he did not die although his life could have got over with just one shot. Although the body armour he was wearing was not supposed to disintegrate after just a shot, it managed to withstand everything. The entire battle got over within a distance of 10 feet, Day explained. He was shot everywhere on his body, though his head was spared.

He was still able to overcome the terrorists, escape from the house and reach a medevac helicopter.

Having served in the Navy SEAL for 20 years, he is a highly decorated war veteran, with 16 medals in which the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, and the Purple Heart are big awards.

He is now raising funds the hard way—in a half Ironman triathlon. It involves putting in 70 miles of some sports that include swimming, biking, and running. He targets $75,000 to help members of not only the military section, but also the general public recover, through the Carrick Brain Centers.



So let me get this straight.  This dude stormed into an Al Qaeda stronghold…got shot 27 times through equipment that can adequately handle getting shot once…got hit with a grenade…killed the armed terrorists…cleared the house…went home…recovered…and spent the rest of his days resting comfortably in his home never leaving the couch.  Oh wait no, he’s training every day and running triathlons to raise money for brain injuries.  Ok got it.  So basically what we’re talking about here is the most badass motherfucker alive.  Only bad part of the story is that at the end you can literally feel yourself morphing into a gigantic vagina because you’re not even 1/10000000th of the man Chief Mike Day is, but don’t worry, I found out you can eventually get over that and just accept it.


A true American hero.


10 Thoughts On College Football Last Weekend PLUS How To Gamble As A College Kid (And Not Lose Money)
Sep 2311:15AM EST


  • That Clemson game was as Clemson as a game could be. I rewatched that fourth quarter and literally counted four separate plays, on offense and defense, where they would have won the game if the absolute WORST-CASE SCENARIO play hadn’t happened. Hilarious for anyone who isn’t a Tigers fan or bet them. If an Alien came down to Earth and asked me to explain to them what Clemson football was all about, I would show them that tape.


  • Florida State essentially booked their ticket to the College Football playoff with that win, barring any major upset, another Jameis suspension (and how much would that surprise anyone?), or Notre Dame playing the best game they’ve played in about 3 years, in Tallahassee.


  • As everyone has been predicting, the SEC has become a snake eating it’s own tail. LSU’s loss to Mississippi State proved the Bulldogs are legit this year, but also proved that in this year’s SEC, anyone can beat anyone, any place, any time.


  • There is no single dominant team in the SEC this year, or in all of college football for that matter. Alabama is effective on offense (that game against Florida could, and should, have been so much worse if not for some untimely turnovers), but still has issues in the secondary. Auburn lives and dies with their offensive tempo and momentum. Ole Miss lacks depth and cannot afford to be hit with a mid-season injury bug. Texas A&M’s defense is unproven. No singularly dominant team is coming from the Southeast this year.


  • No dominant team is coming from college football this year come to think about it. With Oregon’s nailbiter against Washington State and West Virginia threatening Oklahoma for a time there, every single team in the Top 10 (except Baylor and Texas A&M who haven’t played anybody) has looked vulnerable at least once this season. Total trial by fire for the playoff committee when it comes to selection time, and there will be plenty of pissed-off fans this December.

NCAA Football: Indiana at Missouri

  • Seeing if Texas A&M can stop Arkansas’s legitimately impressive running game this weekend will tell us novels about the Aggies. For predictive purposes, no game is more important.


  • The Big 10 got our, I mean their, first quality win this weekend! With Indiana beating Missouri in actually impressive fashion! How did they do it? No fucking idea! But I’m happy about it even if I can’t explain it. Turns out there is a very active Stoolie fanbase who are Missouri fans who have been lobbying me to do a Maty-Mauk-Darkhorse-Heisman blog for months now. Sorry fellas. Maybe next year.


  • Speaking of the Big 10, I want to address Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen directly for a moment: Remember when we were tied against Bowling Green for a minute in the first quarter, then you employed that “run-the-fucking-ball-and-allow-our-best-players-and-biggest-strength-of-our-team-win-the-game-for-us” strategy and set a school record for offensive production? That was pretty sweet. Would have been even sweeter if you did that against LSU in the most important moment of your professional career, who proved just how beatable they were not even 6 hours later. But you don’t always get what you want in life.


  • Any Michigan fan who doesn’t want Brady Hoke fired at this point is delusional. If Hoke could hit the reset button on his career at Michigan and not try to do this awkward hybrid of his system and creating a system for RichRod players to succeed, I think he might have had a chance at being successful. Maybe he is a really good coach. But are you going to gamble the next 3 years of him developing a new quarterback to find out? The more years pass without being an elite program, the harder it is to get back to that rarified air. As a son of a Notre Dame lifer, trust me on that.


  • How  long do you think it took Lane Kiffin to convince himself he was going to be the next head coach of Florida after that game? 10 seconds? 20 seconds? The only thing more hilarious than Kiffin’s perception of himself is his complete lack of loyalty to any person or place. But credit to him, he has been as good of an OC for Alabama as anyone could have asked for or expected him to be. And Will Muschamp will be gone by next season. More on him next week.



I had a long-ass 750-word explanation written out explaining the specific odds to look for and math behind all this proving it works, which I will send to anyone who wants it, but the crux of it is this: Gamble with a partner in college. Share your offshore account with someone (and make it an offshore account because college bookies always suck), which is actually fun to do, and make that person give you a cash investment for half the stake. When you get up, allow that person to divest their stake. Then you put a ton of the money on a heavy favorite, hold your breath, and hope you don’t get Appalachian State’d. Do this about twice, then allow someone to reinvest with cash. Rinse and repeat. You do this and keep the hamster wheel spinning enough with your friends investing and divesting, eventually the entirety of your original cash stake will be covered, and you will have a few hundred dollars or so of credit in an offshore account that is pretty much monopoly money. It takes a few months to work this system but it’s worth it, because then you pretty play with house money and bet with impunity on everything. Better than withdrawing your original stake then playing with that money too, because it doesn’t sacrifice any capacity to bet more/make more off the original investment. So there you go. On twitter @CharlieWisco