Yo. I'm your new Monster of the Midday. Catch me after John Boy and Billy, M-F 10a-3p.
10-ish to 3p. I'll help you get through another day of workin' for the man. Need something for the lunch hour? Hit me up!
Position: Afternoon Drive/Office Linebacker
Height: Tall enough
Likes: Cheerleaders, Ones that are Cold, MMA, Swimming/biking/running-in that order, messin' with Texas, and watching "Burn Notice."
Dislikes: Stuff that sucks, laziness, meat, dairy products, the word "deserve," and hearing people eat.
Family: I have two dogs, an old Coonhound named Wunjo, and an American Dingo named Ivan....my Dingo will steal your baby. (really, he will.) I also have two cats, Maizey-AKA-"The Maize" and Stryper. Get used to the names, I talk about them ALOT.
What's my problem? What's YOUR problem?!
Bonus Round: Hit me up with your questions about me, and I'll answer them as much as I am legally allowed too.
Here's my deal: I've been living in the Valley for some time now, and love it. If you need to find me, I'm either here, walking my dogs or running or riding my bike somewhere in Staunton or Augusta County. That's pretty much what I do. I listen to EVERYTHING-I hate to miss out on stuff. I'm pretty amped to get a shot at working on the Mighty 98 Rock-I think you and me, we gonna get along just fine!
BASED ON HISTORY, EITHER ANDREW LUCK OR ROBERT GRIFFIN III WILL FAIL
The first two picks of this years NFL draft are pretty much set in stone.
The Indianapolis Colts will choose quarterback Andrew Luck and the Washington Redskins will choose Robert Griffin III.
It's only the fourth time in the last 20 years a pair of quarterbacks will go one and two in the draft.
If history repeats itself, only one of these guys will have a decent NFL career.
Consider this ...
The NFL Draft kicks off in New York City on Thursday, so the NFL store in Manhattan is celebrating the occasion by hanging giant posters of the most recent number one picks.
The oversized display has pictures of the first overall picks from 2005 through 2011 -- with the exception of JaMarcus Russell, who is regarded by some as the biggest NFL draft bust of all time.
Despite collecting $61 million from the Oakland Raiders, he flopped as a quarterback -- and is now being treated as if he never existed.
A great NFL Draft can change a team's fortune pretty quickly. But what happens to the draft picks that are total busts?
LostLetterman.com took a look at where the Top 50 busts in draft history ended up, based on ESPN's 2008 survey. Here's the Top 3:
3. Art Schlichter, Ohio State, QB (No. 4 overall, 1982)
2. Lawrence Phillips, Nebraska, RB (No 6. overall, 1996)
1. Ryan Leaf, Washington State (No. 2 overall, 1998)