Nikki Johnson of the LFL (Lingerie Football League) Writes Letter to Sam Gordon 8 Year Old Female Phenom


Nikki Johnson who plays “football” in her underwear for a living,  took it upon herself to write a letter to the 8-year-old speedy little chicken nugget everyone is currently talking about, Sam Gordon.  Here is the letter…

Hi Sam Gordon,
My name is Nikki Johnson a fellow passionate football player who did not care about playing at a young age or playing against the boys. 
I was really impressed and you reminded me of my early playing days and the sadness that came over me when I found out there is no high-profile league or competition once you reach a certain age in women’s tackle football. 
Than I discovered the LFL and it has changed my life providing a great platform for women to play tackle football on a global stage with the US league being nationally televised and games drawing sell-out crowds. Additionally, now the sport is global with LFL Canada and LFL Australia kicking-off with LFL Europe joining in 2015. 
I would not be writing you if our league was not about to announce a MAJOR re-branding initiative in January 2013 with a much greater focus on promoting the athletics of the game we love to play and providing a great goal for you when you turn 18yrs old to continue to compete. 
Sincerely from your biggest fan outside of your parents of course,
Nikki Johnson
LFL Quarterback
Ok couple of things here…
  1. Lets get the obvious out-of-the-way early.  This GIRL IS ONLY 8 YEARS OLD.
  2. Nikki plays football in her  UNDERWEAR (which we love) 😐
  3. Hi Sam Gordon?
  4. Did she really just say “Major re-branding initiative” to an 8 YEAR OLD?
  5. Did she really have to explain that she isnt a bigger fan of hers than her parents?

Im not saying writing an inspirational letter to an up and coming athlete in your profession is a bad idea.  What I am saying Nikki, is you need to disguise your true intentions a little better.  This letter has WAYYYY too many big words, phrases and seems wayyyy too scripted.  It looks to me to really have 3 very different purposes all together.

  1. Lets get Nikki and the LFL a little piece of the thunder that this lightning fast, little hamster has made.
  2. Lets make Nikki Johnson and our “league” to look like relevant, upstanding individuals within the athletic community.
  3. And finally lets use this opportunity to announce how we are changing the face of this exploitive, Maximesqe league comprised of ex, hot college soccer and field hockey players to be more “sports friendly.”

I really hope they don’t change the LFL and put clothes on these girls, the WNBA is hard enough to bear.  Put clothes and extra padding on these broads and might as well kiss the already dismal ratings they currently have goodbye.

Oh and leave this precious little gift from the athletic gods alone.  She’s an 8 year old girl dominating boys football, I’m sure she’s already confused enough.

The Wister Bra

Nikki Johnson’s Highlight real

Sam Gordons highlight real…Muuch Longer

ummm… pretty sure Sam should be writing Nikki.

Video: The Best Female Athlete in the World is 8 Years Old…MUST SEE

This little chicken nuggets got wheels. The part at 2:59 reminds me of when I was 8…..I was #13 😐


New York Knicks TV Ratings

The Knicks TV ratings are at an all-time low and this is what their marketing department came up with.  I woulda have loved to have been a fly on the wall in that marketing meeting. 

Gary – “I got it!  Ok now hear me out… We tell guys to stop chasing ugly chicks like 6’s and 7’s on Friday nights and start watching Kidd drop DIMES…get it 10’s?!?! Ehhhh Ehhhh…ok what do you think?! 🙂 ”


Garys’ Boss – “OMG Gary……’re aaaaaaa……GENIUS! Get us 1000 made and printed by Friday. This is gonna be huge!” 😐


Trump found his Twitter app again

DM – The Donald has always been outspoken where President Obama is concerned, riding him on everything from his college records to his birth certificate. 

And this Election Day was no different. Moments after the president’s victory was projected by several news outlets last night, Donald Trump took to Twitter to voice his outrage, demanding a ‘revolution.’

He also said that the Democrat’s re-election to office was a ‘great and disgusting injustice.

I think the biggest injustice is allowing senile old people to own a Twitter account.  Hey, I’m all for free speech, but when it makes its readers dumber that’s when I have to take a stand.  You stated Obama lost the popular vote when only 85% of the total votes were tallied…he actually ended up winning both the electoral college AND the popular vote.  Sooooo in actuality you were asking the minority to “march on Washington” and revolt?  Not really sure you thought that through all the way pal.  You want to make a difference?  Offer up suggestions, instead of ranting, waving and screaming “look at me, look at me.”  You want to stir up controversy and be the Howard Stern of politics to try to stay relevant?  Go right ahead, but remember one thing you weird haired old freak, the world is laughing at you not us. 


Wister Miggles Political Correspondent

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney’s Best Videos from the Election

NHL: At This Point, Do We Even Bother?

Now, don’t take this the wrong way; I am as big of an NHL fan as the next guy. I am just as bummed to be watching basketball rather than having a few cold beers in front of NHL network on my TV.. A little coaches corner, a little Don Cherry. I wanna hear the sweet words of O Canada,  following the Star Spangled Banner of course. However, is December too late to start a season, is there a point to start now, outside of “just playing the game”? We have already lost the Classic, which really is the only reason I look forward to New Years Day. Can you really judge a team on half a season? Is ‘The Cup‘ void if they play?  or will there be an asterisk next to the winners name? These are the questions we should have answered today.

Surely outside of my love for the sport one of the biggest reasons I would like to see some sort of season is for the crews of the arenas, they are losing out hard in this deal, these guys need the NHL to survive.. however I am sure Bettman is not in the least concerned about this.

Regardless, I voted today… I voted for the NHL. (Ha, that’s going to be my first paid endorsement.)

Nobody Puts Chachy in the Corner.

Nets Unveil New Mascot, The ‘BrooklyKnight’

When searching for a new mascot, THIS is what the Brooklyn Nets landed on? This horrific looking, child scaring, super hero?  What happened to the furry, fun, cuddly mascots of the past?  This team was purchased for $300 million dollars and a new stadium built for $1 BILLION dollars and THIS is the best your crack marketing team could come up with?  You’d be better off just keeping Jay Z as the mascot, considering he goes around telling the world he’s an, or THE owner of the Nets.  When in actuality its Russian Billionaire Mikhail Prokhorovwho who paid the majority….$240 million.  Jay Z the proud “owner” he calls himself only put up $1 miilion 9 years ago as an “investment.”  Either way I think they reallllly need to re-think their mascot choice, unless their goal is to make every little kid in the stands cry.

Here are a couple of the NBA’s best mascots:

Miggley Wiggley

Obama or Romney: Who athletes are voting for

Jeter’s an Obama man

A-Rod is a Mittens guy

Floyd loves him some Obama

The Bear is pulling for Mitt

Vincanity is a Bama man

Elway is all Romney all day

MJ is for BO

Peyton wears Mittens

Emmit is Barackin

Greg Anothey…who cares?  Ok its Mitt Romney

The Diesel is voting for Barack

Hulk has a man crush on Romney

Rooney (cant vote) but his man crush is on Obama

Pretty Rickie is a Romney man

Miggles Undecided

21-year-old posed as high school senior to relive his glory days

Yahoo – A 21-year-old named James Nash, masqueraded as a high school senior to try and tap back into one last rush of glory.

He went by Javier Jones’ and his true identity was reported by Mount Pleasant officials on Thursday after they discovered that the college-aged man had falsified documents to earn eligibility at Mount Pleasant; in Michigan, no athlete older than 19 is allowed to compete at the secondary school level. Nash claimed he was a 17-year-old senior who was seeking a transfer from a school in Lansing.

“It’s an unfortunate situation,” Mount Pleasant football coach Jason McIntyre told the AP. “Did he look older than he was? He looked like any other athletic senior. I don’t think he had any interceptions. He was not a dominant player.”

My favorite part of this story other than the fact it got me to daydreaming about if I could do something like that and how I would fare (probably still awful) is the coaches remarks about “Javier’s” skill…0 int’s and “was not dominant. ” I mean if your going to make this move at least make it worth Jimmy.  Risk reward pal, RISK….REWARD.

1 time all county Wister Miggles

Lock City: Week 9 NFL Picks

Denver Broncos (4-3) at Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)

With these teams looking to be moving in opposite directions this line looks to be a trap, but I will take the bait as I look for the Broncos backs to take advantage of the Bengals suspect defense.

Miggles Pick – Denver – 5


Carolina Panthers (1-6) at Washington Redskins (3-5)

I see a lot of exciting offense and this one could be a shootout so I look for this one to soar over the total and Ill take this Skins here to keep Obama in office.  “Redskins Rule” Google it.

Miggles Pick – OVER  48 and Skins – 3


Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) at NY Giants (6-2)

This should be a good one and what could be a Super Bowl preview, but the Giants have the edge here as their strengths play more into the Steelers’ weaknesses with the pass rush and Pittsburgh’s vulnerability in the secondary.

Miggles Pick – Giants – 3.5


Dallas Cowboys (3-4) at Atlanta Falcons (7-0)

This could be an up and down game if Dallas can protect the ball, which hasn’t been to easy for them as of late. Next to the Broncos who have a talented defense, by far, the Cowboys defense will be the best the Falcons offense has faced so far this season.

Miggles Pick – Boys +4



Lock City: Week 10 College Football Picks

We are a blistering hot 22 – 9 – 2 the past 6 weeks and looking to keep the momentum going with what we feel might be a very strong day for us.  

Virginia Cavaliers (2-6) at North Carolina State Wolfpack (5-3)

Even with two weeks to prepare I don’t think Virginia can fix the problems they have, especially on offense. NC State’s offense, led by Glennon, will be too much for UVA to handle AND their offense won’t be able to keep up. I’m laying the points and taking the Wolfpack.

Miggles Pick – State – 10.5

Oregon Ducks (8-0) at Southern Cal Trojans (6-2)

Oregon is on their path to the National Championship Game. The Trojans have looked inconsistent and appear out of the picture. The Ducks should lay it on USC so with the line as low as it is I’ll take the bait.

Miggles Pick – Oregon – 8.5

Clemson Tigers (7-1) at Duke Blue Devils (6-3)

Clemson has been good to us this year and after Duke got dominated by FSU’s offense, I dont see them being able to stop the Tiger’s  offense either this week. I have to go with the road favorite in this one, as once again I believe Clemson rolls and wins by at least three touchdowns.

Miggles Pick – Clemson – 12.5

Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) at LSU Tigers (7-1)

“This is Death Valley this is truly a place where opponents dreams come to die” Les Miles

This game looks like a defensive battle just like both games last year and look for this one to come in under AND like always when we see a defensive battle we take the points and the home dog.

Miggles Pick – LSU + 8.5 and UNDER 40




Wister Miggles

Kobe Tells Critics “Shut Up”


Stephen A. without fail has to plug that he’s friends with every player in the NBA.  “He’s got my number” “Im sure he would text me” Amazing


NHL Cancels Winter Classic

Yahoo – The National Hockey League on Friday canceled a celebration of hockey that would have reverberated through the generations in Michigan and Toronto. It canceled what would have been the most lucrative event in League history. It canceled the one moment every season when the NHL gets it right, in the eyes of even the most ardent cynics in the U.S. sports media.

On Friday, the NHL canceled the 2013 Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs, scheduled for New Year’s Day.


Wow, I dont know if this is just to light a flame under the players asses or if this will stick but it seems the Winter Classic has been cancelled. Someones got to take a stand quickly or we lose this season. If we lose this season the NHL loses a lot more. Get with the program boys lets play hockey.

Top 50 Names in College Basketball– After hours of sifting through all 338 NCAA Division 1 teams, I have compiled a list of 50 (some) names that deserve some recognition.  Some of the names are (or will be) household names like Nerlens Noel and Shabazz Napier, others, you might not ever hear again, like Hondo Webb.  Enjoy the 2012-2013 college basketball season and look for another list this time next year!

1. Peter Jurkin – Indiana – If you don’t understand this, God Bless you.

2. God’sgift Achiuwa – St. Johns – A bit presumptuous.

3. Indiana Faithfull – Wofford – I honestly think he’s playing for the wrong team

4. McWisdom Badejo – Florida A&M – This will be an item on McDonalds new menu.

5. Prince Williams – ECU – Royalty

6. Nerlens Noel – Kentucky – A great player with a great name

7. Gee McGhee – Chattanooga

8. Maverick Ahanmisi – Minnesota – Sarah Palin is a big fan of him.

9. BaeBae Daniels – North Florida – Who’s your Daddy?

10. Daddy Ugbede – Drake  – He’s my BaeBae’s Daddy.

11. Vander Blue – Marquette

12. Hondo Webb – Lamar

13. Tavares Speaks – Liberty – …and the Big South listens.

14. Phil Beans – Holy Cross – This makes me laugh

15. Junior Lomomba – Cleveland St.

16. Nate Snodgrass – Northern Ken.

17. Xzaivier James – Northern Colorado – Come on, just pick a letter!

18. Delbert Love – Kennesaw St

19. Staats Battle – NC State

20. Sir’Dominic Pointer – St. Johns – More Royalty

21. Devareaux Manley – Kent St. – Anyone with the last name Manley has to make the list.

22. Ilya Ilyayev – Cal St. Northridge – Excuse me, what?

23. Ferg Myrick – New Hampshire

24. Rashad Whack – Mt St. Marys

25. Tradarrius McPhearson – New Orleans – I think he was a character Shakespeare created.

26. Kelly Assinesi – Liberty

27. James Michael McAdoo – UNC – Great player, great name.

28. Scooter Gillette – Niagara – “The best a man can get”

29. Christian Kabongo – Morgan State

30. Deverin Muff – Eastern Kentucky University

31. Hippolyte Tsafack – Memphis

32. Ledrick Eackles – McNeese St

33. Ife Eke – La-Monroe

34. Peter Pappageorge – Long Beach St.

35. Keeslee Stewart – Jackson St.

36. Chris Hansen – Idaho State – “Have a seat…just have a seat.”

37. Brian Williams – OK St. – “For NBC News, I’m….”

38. Steve Forbes – IPFW – “I’m announcing my candidacy for President…”

39. Eddie Murray – Florida Gulf Coast – “Long fly ball off the bat of Murray, homerun #500″

40. Vertrail Vaughns – George Mason – I had trouble with my Vertrail once, wasn’t pretty.

41. Z. Mason – Chattanooga – I want a name that’s just one letter.

42. Vee Sanford – Dayton

43. Shabazz Muhammad – UCLA – I’m a big fan of the name Shabazz.

44. Shabazz Napier – UConn – Ditto

45. Aaron Bodager – North Florida – Napolean Dynamite “Get off of my you “Bodagger”

46. Grey Cooksey – Cal St. Northridge

47. Kaza Keane – Illinois St.

48. Leek Leek – Campbell

49. Bak Bak – Cal

50. Majok Majok – Ball St

51. Andrew Andrews – Washington

52. Shayok Shayok – Bradley

53. Marc Mack – Bethune-Cookman

54. Onochie Ochie – SE Louisiana

55. Ya Ya Anderson  – Radford

56. Deuce Bell – Baylor

57. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope – Georgia

 I know its football, but I had to add it

Toby Keith’s son, named to Youth All-American Bowl

Yahoo – As reported by the Oklahoman, Keith’s son, Stelen Covel, has been named as a player for the U.S. squad in the 2013 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. Covel will play on the USA Under-15 team against a squad picked from Canadian All-Stars, and will lineup alongside three other players from the Oklahoma City area.

The Eastbay game, which was created to help shine a light on outstanding underclassmen, will take place Jan. 6 at the Alamodome in San Antonio before the U.S. Army All-American Game at the same site.

Don’t worry kid,  if you dont win you still have your looks… 

Coach Miggles