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Mac Miller has been making crazy moves this past year recording, promoting, and performing. His Most Dope tour is finally making its way to the West Coast and everyone around here is super stoked about it. January 30th, 2010 he will be making a stop in Pullman, WA (At Stubblefields) for all you WSU Cougars.
2010 was a huge year for Mac Miller in many ways. It was the year K.I.D.S. was released which was an amazing mixtape mixed with great lyricism and a few party tracks. Here are some of the top moments in 2010 for Mac.
Mac Miller Opens up for Wiz Khalifa in Pittsburgh in this one, they are both from the PA so this was big for the city.
One of the best freestyles I’ve ever seen Mac do, Toca Tuesdays, he goes IN!
Mac Miller’s most recent video for “Knock Knock” has been making a lot of noise on the net (Nearly 700,000 views already)
Here’s the latest interview Mac Miller has done so all you Cougs can catch on what he’s been up to before he comes through.
January 30th, 2010! Don’t you forget!
You can buy tickets by clicking HERE. This will be a sold-out event do get em’ while you can!
The Washington State Cougars were able to edge off the No. 15 Baylor Bears 77-71 Thursday night, advancing to the finals in the Diamond Head Classic. The Cougs led by 20 in the second half, but the Bears were able to chip away at the deficit as Klay Thompson (20 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals) had to sit due to foul trouble. With 6:49 left in the game, Baylor’s LaceDarius Dunn (29 points) hit a jumper to give his Bear’s a 62-61 lead capping a 29-6 run. After two free throws from Dunn, Baylor’s lead was up to three . . . but that’s when Mr. Thompson decided he had had enough. The Cougar’s re-took the lead 66-64 off a Thompson three with 4:29 left. Then he all but sealed the deal with another ‘tre’ with 1:10 remaining, and putting the nail in the coffin making two free throws with 32 seconds left.
Some fans may be mad that the Cougs let a 20-point slip away, but rather why not look at it as a positive. On the road our Washington State Cougars showed us everything we could have asked for. Yes at one point they were smackin’ some ass up by double-digits, but when faced with adversity down the stretch, the Cougs were able to do what matters most, and that’s FINISH. The Fresh-Makers like the Cougar’s chances in the Pac-10 this year and even predict a possible post-season tourny bid. Look for Washington State to crack the top 25 in the next week fresh-followers. And as always GO COUGS!!!
This was recorded before he even won the Heisman, but Cam Newton is having the year of his life and will be dougieing much more once he wins that National Title against Oregon.
When accepting the Heisman Award, Cam Newton was very humble and showed that maturity and readiness for the NFL. But how should he have really gone about it? A cocky Cam Newton would have attracted much more fans and publicity if he would have acted like this….
Shout out at my homeboy at Auburn Joe for Auburn news on Cam Newton
Yes that #24 was in fact a senior at Winter Park High School in Florida. At 6’4″ 189 lbs, Rivers (Doc Rivers’ son) is the No. 1 overall rank in ESPN Top 100 in the Class of ’11. This attacking point guard signed with Duke, while also considering North Carolina and Kansas. I know right,real tough decision. Well for those of you who are wondering who this kid is, let me present to you fresh-followers Mr. Austin Rivers.
Haven’t done a George pic of the week for a while now so here it is. With all the formal festivities happening around us I knew that George was going to get into some mischief and pictures would be taken. Luckily I was right. This picture pretty much sums up what George was doing all night. Laughing and looking like a complete fool. Check the image below and let us know what you think.
Oh yes that’s it, pretty scary at first, but then very funny. Once again this is Fresh-University with “George Pic of the Week”. Hope you enjoyed this one Georgy boy.
Oh my Fresh fans, I’m not sure if you are WSU fans or not, but last night the Cougs put on an ole’ ass-whoopin. Every year Gonzaga is up on their high horse thinking they are the kings, drinking their Smirnoff Ices and Zimas, but this year we assured them they were not.
From the start, the Cougs came out with a sense of pride people haven’t seen before, a certain identity that says “you can do whatever you want, we are still going to win”. At halftime the Cougs were up 30-24, but that wasn’t good enough for WSU coach Ken Bone. Coming out for the second half, he didn’t just want to beat the Bulldogs, he wanted to embarrass them, making a statement to the rest of the nation. Gonzaga’s so called “star” Steven Gray was more than held in check scoring only 7 points while the true superstar on the court Klay Thompson shined scoring 24, adding 6 rebounds, 6 assists, 7 steals, and a block. Oh and that one block, was not just any block my friends, this was the type of rejection that says “what the hell are you doing?! This is my house, you aren’t bangin’ out, I’m about to go to the the league, who are you??? We are gonna beat you fools by 22, and you are going to go back to Spokane with your heads down”.
Last night’s game was an answer to all the WSU haters, an answer for once, thank God, that the WSU Cougars are here to play, and are the best basketball team in the state of Washington. GO COUGS!
Looks like Casto is getting his groove back too, blockin’ and dunkin’ like no other!
Oh and one more thing, the Cougs were 11 for 21 on three pointers, whappin!
Oh yeah that’s right tonight vs. the Zags Reggie Moore will be back in full effect for the Washington State Cougars. Reggie has been sitting out the beginning of this season due to a left wrist injury. Last Friday he got in against the the #5 Kansas State Wildcats for 38 minutes to drop 10 pts, dimed out 3 assists, grabbed 2 steals and 2 boards. This was all coming fresh off that injury against the number five team in the nation, this man is ready.
The final verdict on how much he can play will come after today’s shoot around at 3 o’ clock. I’m sure he will be in most of the game again and beast on the zags to get the Cougs a win!
“Is the Sky blue?”
So check out the Cougars tonight as they take on the Gonzaga Bulldogs at 8 pm in Beasley Coliseum.
This is the world’s first alcoholic whipped cream.
“A tasty topping that can dress up any drink. Try it on shots & shooters, cocktails, martinis, coffees, or frozen beverages as well as spicing up your favorite desserts.”
This is supposed to be the next big thing when it comes to “fun drinking”. Coming to a store near you very soon!
Now we all know that this isn’t real, but it’s pretty damn funny. Apparently somebody (I’m guessing an Alabama fan) wasn’t all too happy with the NCAA’s final ruling on Cam Newton. After all was said and done about Newton’s dad asking the University of Auburn for a large amount of money in order for his son, and Heisman-to-be, to play football for the tigers. The item above selling a 6’6 250 pound elusive quarterback. Hmmmmm sure sounds a lot like Cam Newton! But I mean in all honesty, wouldn’t you pay $180,000 for this to be your school’s quarterback???
“CollegeFashionista.com is a fashion blog site for those who are passionate about the latest college fashion styles and trends on campuses around the world. This website allows students and other young adults to view photographs of what their peers are wearing around college campuses and gain valuable insight and tips to incorporate these looks into their own college fashion wardrobes.” – College Fashionista Statement
Washington State University has their own College Fashionista blog written by Jordan Casey, a Kappa Delta Junior majoring in Apparel Merchandising. You can check out the WSU section by clicking HERE.
In a personal statement from Jordan she states:
“I started the CollegeFashionista page for WSU and currently am the only Style Guru. My posts go up every Monday and are ‘Style Advice of the Week,’ I will be doing ‘Fashion from Abroad’ next semester which will post on Fridays. I am always on the lookout for trendy Fashionistas/Fashionistos on campus in Pullman, and the Daily Evergreen will be doing a featured article on CF that goes live Friday, December 3rd.”
So if you need any fashion pointers, College Fashionista is the place to go. Check em out!
UPDATE: Here’s a little video Ad to show you what College Fashionista is all about.
First of all I would like to apologize to all the Fresh-Followers for my delay on this post, I was slackin’ today tough, but not more than Boise State kicker Kyle Brotzman was slackin’ last night. If you somehow managed to miss the game last night, the Broncos fell to the Nevada Wolfpack 31-34 in overtime. The Wolfpack scored a touchdown with 13 seconds left in the fourth quarter to tie the game. After Boise’s kickoff return, 9 seconds remained. Kellen Moore proceeded to throw a 54-yard bomb to a diving Titus Young at the Nevada nine yard line. And in the end, despite the threat from the Wolfpack, Kyle Brotzman comes on for the easy 26-yard kick . . . THAT HE PUSHES WIDE RIGHT!!! This one goes into overtime where the shaken but still steady Brotzman comes on to kick a 29-yard chip-shot . . . THAT HE PULLS LEFT!!! After all the misses, Nevada’s Anthony Martinez shows us how it’s done as he aces a 34-yarder (right down the middle) to make the Wolfpack’s ultimate dream of an upset, a reality.
So now everybody has calmed down and we realize that people are people and that we do in fact make mistakes. Just as Boise coach Chris Peterson said ‘one play doesn’t lose a game’. Ummmm BULLSH*T! This kid single handedly lost the game and in turn lost his school $13.5 million! If the Broncos won this game, although not reaching the BCS championship, they still would have received a birth to a BCS bowl. This being the most expensive birthing in history (obviously way more than mine) would have created $14 million worth of revenue for Boise State University, but now instead receiving an appearance to some toilet bowl; they expect revenue of about $500,000. Wow talk about F’ing your team over (and I’m not saying freshin-ing). Watch and learn sir shanks-a-lot!
Very few times before in my young life, have my eyes been glued to a football game like they were to this year’s Iron Bowl (Auburn at Alabama). In the first quarter, to everybody’s shock, the Crimson Tide jumped out to a 21-0 lead as Alabama’s Greg McElroy started the game completing 12 straight passes. At half-time, McElroy was 19-23 with a career high 335 yards and two touchdowns as his Alabama squad headed to the locker room with a 24-7 lead. Being a HUGE Cam Newton fan, I was left in a bit of awe and disappointment at halftime, but what ensued made up for any bit of sadness the Tiger fans could have felt. Newton’s Tigers came out firing in the second half clawing their way back in the game, finally getting within six in the fourth quarter. With 11:55 left in the ball game, the Heisman . . . eh I mean Cam Newton through a 7-yard touchdown to Philip Lutzenkirchen to give Auburn their first and final lead. The Auburn Tigers left a crowd of 101,000 absolutely stunned as they rolled the Crimson Tide 28-27. Cam Newton and Auburn are on their way to the BCS Championship, and Newton is well on his way to the Heisman Trophy. Question is, who will they play??