In Which La Salle Baller Jerrell Williams Reps His Ghetto

In Which La Salle Baller Jerrell Williams Reps His Ghetto

We were turned on to this one by a current student of THE La Salle University. Behold Jerrell and Terrell Williams, or as they're known in the video below, "J-Will" and "T-Will."

In what can only be described as "yet another" rendition of Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow," the brothers wax philosophic on their hometown of Paterson, New Jersey. Cruising the streets of the "9-7-3" in their Nissan Rogue, the duo tackles issues ranging from "chasing dough" to...well, mostly chasing dough.

Watch the official "Rep Ya' Ghetto" music video after the jump...

As a bit of background, Jerrell recently completed his four years of eligibility at La Salle with an average of exactly 10-points-per-game in 24.3 minutes of action. Fittingly enough given the circumstances for which we currently discuss he and his brother, Jerrell actually played alongside Terrell for approximately half his career as an Explorer. Unfortunately, Terrell would be suspended just eleven games into his Junior season after a violation of an unreported university policy, never to return to the floor in the Blue and Gold.

According to our friend Phil, who informed us of the song and currently reps his own hood in the "2-1-5" of Huntingdon Valley, "Rep Ya Ghetto" caught on in a big way throughout the party scene on Olney Ave in 2011. We can only hope to prove a small part in expanding its reach.

Just for the record, some of the language in the video falls into the NSFW category. So, perhaps it's best to enjoy in ya' own ghetto, so to speak. Your living room, for example.

"You know what it is / Paterson, New Jersey up in this bitch."

Carson Wentz named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week

Carson Wentz named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week

As Carson Wentz rolls out of bed, he wins an award. Brushes his teeth, wins an award. Eats breakfast, award.

This time, the Eagles' rookie quarterback has been named the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week for his performance against the Steelers in a 34-3 Week 3 win.

Against the Steelers, Wentz completed 23 of 31 passes for 301 yards, two touchdowns and a 125.9 passer rating. He beat out Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott, Browns CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun and teammate Wendell Smallwood.

This is the second time in three weeks that Wentz has been named the NFL Rookie of the Week.

Here are the awards Wentz has won so far this season:

- NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 1
- NFC Offensive Player of Week 3
- NFC Offensive Rookie of the Month for September
- NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 3

Wentz won't have any chances to win more awards this weekend as the Eagles are on their bye. They'll play again on Oct. 9 in Detroit.

Tonight's lineup: Howard batting 5th with Herrera batting 3rd

Tonight's lineup: Howard batting 5th with Herrera batting 3rd

Ryan Howard is batting fifth to begin his final series with the Phillies.

The 36-year-old first baseman, who has donned red pinstripes for 13 seasons, did not play in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Braves, but he is expected to start all three games against the Mets this weekend.

The Phillies have a lot of speed at the top of the lineup, even with Roman Quinn likely done for the season. Cesar Hernandez leads off with Freddy Galvis and Odubel Herrera right behind him. The trio lead the Phillies in steals with a total of 59 this year. Herrera has 25 while Hernandez and Galvis each have 17.

If you're wondering, Howard has not stolen a base this season, but he was caught stealing once. He hasn't stolen a base since June 26, 2011, before his Achilles injury. He only stole more than one base in a season in 2008, when he swiped eight bases.

Cameron Rupp returns to the lineup at catcher. He'll bat right behind Howard, followed by Jimmy Paredes and Aaron Altherr in the corner outfield.

Here's the Phillies' full lineup:

1. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
2. Freddy Galvis, SS
3. Odubel Herrera, CF
4. Maikel Franco, 3B
5. Ryan Howard, 1B
6. Cameron Rupp, C
7. Jimmy Paredes, LF
8. Aaron Altherr, RF
9. Alec Asher, P

And the Mets lineup:
1. Jose Reyes, 3B
2. Asdrubal Cabrera, SS
3. Yoenis Cespedes, LF
4. Curtis Granderson, CF
5. Jay Bruce, RF
6. T.J. Rivera, 2B
7. Lucas Duda, 1B
8. Rene Rivera, C
9. Robert Gsellman, RHP