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Bit o Baca Blog Archives for 2012-09

Question marks abound with Giants Playoff Rotation


 

SHOULD THIS GUY EVEN GET A START IN THE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF ?

KPAY'S MIKE BACA LOOKS AT THE DECISIONS FACING THE GIANTS AND THEIR PLAYOFF ROTATION

IN TODAY'S.....BIT O BACA

 

Hey Mr. Referee, I appreciate You !


 

 

LOOK AT THOSE GUNS ON ED HOCHULI......ED AND HIS FELLOW REFS ARE BACK ON THE FIELD TONIGHT

 

It will be a love-fest ladies and gentleman. Never before have professional officials been as appreciated as they are at THIS VERY MOMENT. After watching replacements try and do the job for the first weeks of the NFL season, I believe fans will have a better appreciation for what the pros do. Sure, they are not always perfect, and like all of us, they have their bad days. But, it can not be disputed that they are the best out there, and they help make the product what it is.

 

I am sure this appreciation will last about five minutes or until the first ref calls a brutal pass interference call and then we will boo the ref, scream "bring back the replacements," and forget about them all together. But, in the mean-time, lets bask in the referee appreciation mode and be thankful we will have quality officials for America's most popular sport.

 

Aaron Rodgers Reaches his Breaking Point


 

CHICO'S AARON RODGERS IS ONE OF THE MOST MEDIA SAVVY MODERN DAY ATHLETES WE HAVE SEEN.

BUT, EVERY MAN HAS A BREAKING POINT AND AARON COULDN'T STAY SILENT ANY LONGER

 

Chico's Aaron Rodgers has handled the media expertly in his tenure as a professional athlete. It has made Chicoans proud to say, "Yeah, he is from my hometown....he is class personified." For four seasons Brett Favre treated him as a nuisance rather than a teammate, yet nary a peep from Rodgers. He is the master of saying a lot, without saying anything inflammatory at all.....I believe he has handled the media with aplumb. But, every person, every athlete has their breaking point.

 

Monday night was that point.

 

Rodgers went on his weekly radio show in Milwaukee on Tuesday and took the NFL to task. He first apologized to the fans because "the NFL won't do it." Second, he showed support for the locked out officials and then he threand protecw a hay-maker at the NFL again. He said NFL leaders care more about cash than they do about player safety and the integrity of the game.

 

They were some pointed comments and I believe necessary comments in the wake of the replacement official debacle we are now experiencing. Rodgers again making Chico fans proud, this time by saying the things that NEED to be said, and doing it in true classy Rodgers fashion.

 

Don't Blame the Replacement Refs....


 

DO THESE GUYS CARE THAT THE INTEGRITY OF THE NFL IS TAKING A HIT ?

 

If you think the replacement refs are to blame for Monday nights debacle in Seattle....THINK AGAIN

 

Be Patient Pleasant Valley High Football Fans


 

After a 48-6 loss to the Paradise Bobcats on Friday night many of the Pleasant Valley High School Football faithful were lamenting their team's performance. Totally "not fair" says KPAY's Mike Baca as he says Pleasant Valley fans need to be patient after several years of upheavel in their football program.....

 

Did the Bobcats learn their lesson ?


 

PARADISE AND PLEASANT VALLEY OPEN UP E.A.L. PLAY TONIGHT AT ASGARD YARD

 

It doesn't matter who you are playing, where you are playing them, and how fatigued or mentally tired you may be. If you don't bring 100 percent effort and mental focus into a game, don't expect to win.

 

That was message being delivered by Paradise Bobcat coaches after their near meltdown at Sonora two weeks ago. The Bobcats led 27-7 against Sonora with 10:55 to go in the 4th quarter. And, even though the Bobcats had dominated the game to that point, it wasn't a clean game. They weren't sharp.

 

Sonora took advantage of this with quick touchdown drives and some mental mistakes by the Bobcats to take a 28-27 lead with :44 seconds left. Thankfully, for Paradise, Johnny Porter came to the rescue. His 86 yard kick-off return with some nifty blocking up front rescued the game and gave Paradise a 33-28 win.

 

The question entering tonight's game.....Have the Bobcats learned their lesson ?

 

Finley's Agent Rips Aaron Rodgers


 

 

JERMICHAEL FINLEY AND HIS AGENT HAVE SOME EXPLAINING TO DO

 

There are things that are said that are really stupid, and then there are things that are beyond comprehension.

The agent for Green Bay Packers tight end, Jermichael Finley, has entered that "beyond comprehension" stratosphere.

 

In tweeting criticisms of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, Finley's agent, Blake Baratz, insinuated that Chico's favorite son and reigning league MVP Aaron Rodgers is not a good leader. While calling him a great quarterback, Baratz says greatness doesn't translate into leadership and that Rodgers doesn't make his teammates better.

 

These comments are so off-the-charts that one has to wonder whether Baratz had been pounding libations before opening his mouth. Rodgers made his teammates better by throwing 45 touchdowns against only six interceptions last year in the Green Bay's 15-1 season. Oh, and he also led the team in rushing multiple times. Is it Rodgers'

fault Mr. Baratz, that your client moonlights as a mason and drops passes routinely now.

 

It is one thing to issue warranted criticism. It is another to criticize the one player who directly responsible for making your client look good. I have to believe that Finley can not be happy with Baratz' comments and wouldn't be surprised if Finley is looking for alternative representation soon.

 

 

See the Fab Five and help a great cause....


 

Today (Wednesday) is your final day to donate to our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer team AND get tickets to see the U.S. Gold Medal winning gymnastics team at Power Balance Pavilion in Sacramento on Friday.

If you go to our KpaySports Facebook page you will see our link to donate to our team. When you donate, leave us a comment and we will get you the tickets to the event. A 20 dollar donation gets you (2) tickets, a 40 dollar donation will get you (4) tickets.

 

 

GO SEE THE FAB FIVE AT POWER BALANCE PAVILION ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST

IF YOU DONATE TO OUR MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER TEAM

 

Now THAT was a debacle


 

 

AFTER AN UNEVENTFUL WEEK 1 IT WAS A BRUTAL WEEK 2 FOR REPLACEMENT REFS....

 

The Replacement Refs in the NFL did not have a good Monday night. Three over-turned first quarter calls and a three-hour and 45 minute game. As KPAY's Mike Baca tells us, if this game doesn't wake up Roger Goodell and the NFL offices to make a deal with the real refs, then nothing will.

 

Hey Raiders !!! What was that ?


 

Could the Raiders have looked any worse on Sunday against the Dolphins ? KPAY's Mike Baca doesn't think so

 

89th Battle for the AX highlights a full High School Football Schedule


 

For the 89th year the Orland Trojans and Willows Honkers will battle for the AX. KPAY's Mike Baca previews today's high school football match-ups and touches on the Butte and Shasta match-up in today's Bit o Baca

 

Long Snapper Love


Give love to your friendly neighborhood long-snapper. As we saw this week in the Raiders and Chargers match-up. A proficient long snapper can make the difference between winning and losing a game...

 

 

 

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