FredEx and Terrell Owens: the Perfect Odd Couple

FredEx and Terrell Owens: the Perfect Odd Couple

We've joked many times that Freddie Mitchell needed his own reality TV show but after hearing FredEx "interview" Terrell Owens on 97.5, it's clear that the People's Champ and T.O. would be the perfect odd couple.

You can listen to the interview here or check out PFT's quotes from the show. When asked whether Buffalo or Philly has better fans, T.O. told it like it is.

"No disrespect at all to Buffalo, I would have to give it to Philly. Both organizations' fans embraced me with open arms but I never felt
anything like when I stood in Lincoln Financial Field and heard 75,000
fans chant my name."

Then, of course, Owens and Mitchell took swipes at McNabb for games played almost half a decade ago.

"The city wasn't big enough for two people," Owens said. "Freddie can
attest to my character, my interactions with the team and the way I
carried myself in the locker room, and I have no regrets about
anything. Would I have liked to have continued staying there and
playing? Of course I would have. But it's unfortunate that a few things
happened."

Said
Mitchell of the Super Bowl, "T came to the game and he was prepared and
everything else, and for whatever reason I didn't see a sense of
urgency coming from Five."

Owens and Freddie are clearly pals and Owens even takes jabs at the People's Champ. T.O. says there is a way they could both end up back in Philadelphia once again, "I'll be playing. And Freddie will be attempting to sing the national anthem."

Delaware avenges 36-point loss with upset of Northeastern

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Delaware avenges 36-point loss with upset of Northeastern

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NEWARK, Del. -- Freshman Ryan Daly scored 27 points and Delaware avenged its worst loss of the season, upsetting Northeastern 69-62 on Thursday night for the Blue Hens' first Colonial Athletic Association win of the season.

Cazmon Hayes added 13 points and Eric Carter 11 for Delaware (8-12, 1-6), which snapped a six-game losing streak that had included a 36-point loss, 90-54, to the Huskies on Jan. 5.

T.J. Williams scored 28 points, the only Huskies player to reach double figures. Northeastern (12-7, 5-2) lost its second straight after an eight-game winning streak.

Three-pointers by Devonne Pinkard and Daly gave Delaware the lead for good at 46-41 with 11 minutes left. A 14-2 run with eight points each from Carter and Daly made it a 12-point lead with two minutes to go.

Delaware made 17 of 22 free throws to 7 of 14 for Northeastern.

Drexel drops to 1-5 in CAA with loss to Elon

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Drexel drops to 1-5 in CAA with loss to Elon

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ELON, N.C. -- Tyler Seibring scored a career-high 25 points with seven rebounds and six assists, Steven Santa Ana added 22 points and Elon beat Drexel 93-73 on Thursday night.

Seibring scored 20-plus for the third time this season, hitting 4 of 6 from distance, and Elon led from start to finish. It was Santa Ana's sixth career 20-plus game in just his sophomore season.

The Phoenix hit double-digit 3-pointers (10) for the 10th time this season.

Dainan Swoope scored 16 points, Brian Dawkins 13 and Dmitri Thompson 12 for Elon (11-9, 3-4 Colonial Athletic Association), which hit 25 of 28 free-throw attempts -- including 17 of 18 in the second half.

Elon scored the first nine points of the game and had a 10-point lead at halftime.

Kurk Lee and John Moran each scored 15 points for Drexel (7-12, 1-5). Miles Overton added 13 points and Sammy Mojica 10.