Before everyone gets her bile up again about Chrotchtangle Regional No. 15 seed Pat Angerer making it this far, let's take a timeout to acknowledge the greater impact of Angerer's nomination -- and the force for good in the world to which NOTY aspires, and occasionally achieves.
Here's the story: Erstwhile Iowa linebacker makes the 2010 NOTY Ballot. Hawkeyes' blog Black Heart Gold Pants dutifully picks up the cause. An editor there,Hawkeye State, who happens to be a lawyer in his spare time, clicks the link to Bulltron Regional No. 14 seed Cynnamon Crabb, whom we identified as the wife of an Iowa copper thief.
Take it away, Hawkeye State:
I have had a car accident file closed for over two years where a guy ran into a parked police car. I couldn't find him for months, and eventually gave up looking. That is, until I saw that Cynammon Crabb was the wife of an Iowa copper thief. At the tail end of the story of her husband's (and brother-in-law's) arrest, there was the following paragraph:
Sheriff's officials said 20-year-old Andrew Graham Trousil-Bagan of Fort Madison and 17-year-old Marquis Rashaad Jones of Burlington along with Benjamin Crabb went inside the home of Timothy Weyls Jr. at 12609 90th St., with the intent to rob Weyls of drugs.
Detectives said Benjamin Crabb went to Weyls' bedroom and started hitting him with a .38-caliber handgun. The gun accidentally went off, hitting Weyls in his right arm.
There he was, with an address and everything: Tim Weyls, the guy who hit the parked police car in 2006. Huzzah, gentlemen! Huzzah indeed!
We're pleased to report that NOTY's America's Most Wanted turn didn't influence Hawkeye's leanings. He still voted for Bulltron No. 1 seed Nohjay Nimpson in the Sweet 16.
Let's vote. We'll do this in two installments. First, the stacked Bulltron and Sithole regional finals:
No. 1 Nohjay Nimpson: St. Joe's jumper/javeliner.
No. 2 X'Zavier Bloodsaw: Texas College quarterback.
No. 1 God's Power Offor: Miami h.s. defensive end.
No. 11 Banana Yaya: Cameroonian footballer.