Baker’s Dozen v1.0

Spotify Playlist

Once a week or every other, I’m going to post a Baker’s Dozen of songs. The songs in each playlists will likely vary in style to appeal to multiple tastes. Also, I’ll provide some background on the a couple songs like what commercial, movie, or TV show its been in. These week is now public Read More →

The Brow

Anthony "The Brow" Davis

Anthony Davis is currently averaging 20.7 Points, 10.4 Rebounds, 3.2 Blocks, 1.5 Steals, and 76.6% Free Throw shooting. Since blocks became an official stat in 1973-74, only 8 players have had at least one season averaging 20 Points, 10 Rebounds and 3 Blocks. If Anthony Davis continues at his current pace, he will become the Read More →

NBA Record: Most Points without a FG

Richaud Pack of the North Carolina A&T Aggies

On February 3rd 2014, Richaud Pack of the North Carolina A&T Aggies scored 15 points and tied a basketball record. This might not seem like a headline at all, except for the fact that he did it without recording a made field goal. Pack went 0-7 from the floor while shooting 15-17 en route to Read More →

Fired on the Dance Floor

 If you don’t believe in Darwinism, I implore you to head to a night club this weekend. Quite frankly I’m surprised National Geographic hasn’t sent out a camera crew to observe this phenomenon yet; the biggest and strongest sporting their tightest shirts in the thick of the dance floor, flexing and twisting in hopes of Read More →

6 Inspiring Commercials for Products

6 Inspiring Commercials for products including Nike, Adidas, Apple, Levi's, Duracell, and Red Bull

Old Spice seems to have the market for commercials on lock down especially with their most recent Mom Song. With the Super Bowl fast approaching, there are bound to be more favorite commercials, but the ones listed below at least hold some inspirational value.   Nike – Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution by AC/DC Minus Read More →

The Brady Debacle

Tom Brady knee injury 2008

The pact of BSR (Big Sexy Red) and Baker by the Numbers was formed long before Sunday Morning Bacon. In one of our very early productions from 2009, we shoddily put together this story about my brother who lost someone he loved: Tom Brady. This is the story of the rise and mostly fall of Read More →

Chariots of Ice

Saturday January 4 – Sunday January 5th, 2014 2013 didn’t go out with a whimper but with a fiery yelp within the range of the great David Lee Roth. Between catching up with friends, Christmas, Hanukah, and a new Tyler Perry movie, there have been countless reasons to go out and cut loose. With a newfound Read More →

NFL Replay System to Borrow from NHL

NFL Replay System

The NFL is discussing updating the current replay system yet again. As an avid player of the couch game every Sunday, I’m totally behind this move. The impetus for making this change comes on the heels of several botched calls by referee Jeff Triplette among others. The current replay system is subjective at the hands Read More →

Greatest Home Court Advantage in History

Home Court Advantage at Taylor University

The students at Taylor University give a new meaning to “home court advantage”

“Anchorman” Careers Before & After

Anchorman: Careers Before & After

When you think of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, you think of Will Ferrell first and foremost. It’s easy now to look back and recognize Paul Rudd and Steve Carell, but at the time these weren’t big names. Even director Judd Apatow wasn’t a household name yet. His movies to that point included Heavyweights Read More →