The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour – Six And Ten Gets You In

In this episode, Chris & Jonathan look at the top teams in the NFL, Broncos lose two straight, running backs getting fed, 6-10 gets you in, JJ Watt just makes plays, Browns cut Ben Tate, LeGarette Blount back with the Patriots, Marshawn Lynch owes NFL $100K, Josh Gordon ready to dominate, Adrian Peterson suspended without pay for rest of the season, Raiders finally get a win, Lakers string two wins together, Kobe doesn’t believe in discounts, Cavs on a four game losing streak, LeBron’s biggest challenge, Wizards looking impressive, Bulls trying to stay healthy, Dwight Howard’s child abuse case reopened, domestic violence in NBA costs you 24 games, should more teams tank, Alabama on top, USC vs UCLA, Will Muschamp done at Florida, Todd Gurley comes back and tears ACL, Weber State caught by NCAA, rushing records broken on back to back weeks, Jack Johnson’s parents blowing through his contract, rookies celebrating too early, and Michael Phelps’s interesting girlfriend.

Music: Pharoahe Monch – What It Is; Singularis – Head Up; James Brown – The Big Payback

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The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour

In this episode we go over the Saturday NFL Wild Card games, with our thoughts on what the Texans and Packers will face in the next round. We also discuss the two man MVP race between Peterson and Manning, our surprises and disappointments of the NBA after a third of the season is in the books, and who will win the BCS National Championship.

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Music: Madlib – Dirty Hop (The Shuffle); Murs – Murray’s Revenge; Madvillian – Papermill; MF Doom – Go With The Flow

The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour

In this episode we recap Week 3 in the NFL and the terrible job of the replacement refs. We also give an update on the Happy Hour FF League and look at the last week of the MLB season.

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Music: J Dilla – King; Action Bronson – Tapas; Bumpy Knuckles – That Real Rap Shit; O.C. – You and Yours

Black Is: The Week In Photos

The week in photos; photos and headlines for the week of Feb 7th -Feb 14th 2011.

Tuskegee Airman Leo Gray signs autographs for students this morning at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City.

Tuskegee Airman Leo Gray signs autographs for students and shares stories of overcoming barriers, at Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, Florida.

Newly created Pac-12 conference and 2pac fan battle for domain rights in web squatter case.

Green Bay Packers fans rejoice in 9 degree temperatures at the Super Bowl XLV Championship celebration at Lambeau Field.

Egyptians celebrate the news of President Hosni Mubarak resignation.

2,012 students compete in a game of dodge ball at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, and set a Guinness World Record.

Former first lady Nancy Reagan attends a birthday celebration held in honor of Ronald Reagan. He would have been 100 years old on Feb 6th.

Jerry Sloan, Phil Johnson

Jerry Sloan(left) resigns as head coach of the NBA Utah Jazz after 23 season.

AOL will be adding Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington to its arsenal.

AOL acquires Huffington Post for $315 million, Arianna Huffington to become media president.

Janet Jackson begins her world tour in Jakarta, Indonesia

Image: Abandoned buildings in New Orleans, La.

an estimated 3,000 homeless find refuge in the vacant and abandoned homes and buildings in New Orleans, that were damaged by hurricane Katrina.

Mississippi  proposes to issue specialty license plates honoring Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, who was an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

AFRO-American Newspaper has joined forces with Google to digitize its archives, making them available to anyone.

Garcelle Beauvais, Eva Amurri and Taraji P. Henson backstage at Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection, which raises awareness for heart disease in women, during Fashion Week.

Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Willow Smith, and Lady GaGa were some of the artist in attendance for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards.