SPORTS X FASHION X MUSIC X FOOD X HEALTH X TECH FOR FEMALE ATHLETES BY ATHLETES. EXCELLING BEYOND SPORTS. "DON'T STOP PLAYIN' GIRL!"

Posts Tagged: Oklahoma Sooners

AAU girls basketball team alongside @AdrianPeterson on Wheaties box

Being from Austin & an OU fan (I know, we exist) I’m so proud to see AD commit to helping the community. AD Elite, 2012 U18 Unite World Games Champs, will be posted on your Wheaties box!! This team, compromised of girls in the Austin, TX area, is backed by the most lovable & best dressed NFL player Adrian Peterson.  These girl get the opportunity to not only play summer ball but develop off the court by visiting colleges and doing community service. Honestly all AAU teams should strive to follow this same model. Thank you for you continued support of women’s athletics AD!!

::ESPYS FASHION WRAP UP::

*before you go on you must watch Jon Hamm (Mad Men) open the show*

Now that we got that out the way, time to give a run down of my hits and misses from sports biggest night!!!  I love ESPYS fashion because you never know what you’re gonna get. Amazing gowns, tailored suits or crazy hair do’s. It doesn’t matter!! I’m here for it alllllll. With that said let’s dive right into it with my winners from last night…

Yet again BG came through with her incomparable stylist, Kellen, in an all black YSL ensemble. Killed it!! Plus her glam squad has her looking so regal is ridiculous.

The Fab 4 were on point that night as well, no need to explain…

I feel like Maria Sharapova can do no wrong. As basic as it seemed, her dress was perfect for the sunny LA weather AND an awards show. I see you girl!!

Quick shout out to one of my favorite Sooners, Jess, who got to kick it with a few celebs, including OU softball royalty Keilani Ricketts.

Of course I have to show the fellas some love. Most looked so dashing at the ESPYS. A man in a well tailored suit and shoes to match is my weakness. They didn’t disappoint either but I had to give props to two in particular.

AD aka Adrian Peterson was a winner on and off the red carpet. When I say AD looked good, it doesn’t even come close to how amazing his suit looked on him. Just FLAWLESS…

Thank You AD…

Onto a dude who cleans up well. X-Games golden boy Nyjah Huston did his thing on the red carpet too. This 18 year old skateboard fenom definitely needs to keep his stylist. I loved his retro look and it all came together to fit his personality as well as his body.

As in life there are winners and there are losers. Losers commence!!

Redfoo (LMFAO)

Swimmer Dara Torres just looked dated in this one

 Katherine Webb and Cheryl Burke (Dancing With The Stars)

OK I love Lisa Leslie but I just felt like her dress was too gala for the ESPYS. I don’t hate but maybe overkill.

And to round off this band of misfits, let me warn all Lolo Jones fans out there now: I wasn’t feeling LJ’s outfit. Maybe it’s because I just haven’t seen it for Lolo for awhile now. I can’t help it, she’s turned into this pariah with too much attention on her…for what?! Between the up-do and yellow dress, nope I just can’t see it. 

Maybe next year Lolo…

All was not lost at the ESPYS. I had to end this properly and dedicate it to the biggest winner, Robin Roberts. In good spirits Roberts accepted the Arthur Ashe award from King James for courage. Her speech was beautiful and she looked the same. I will leave you with the most memorable quote from her speech, until next year ladies…

“Momma used to say, ‘Make your mess your message. Find the meaning behind whatever it is you’re going through because everybody’s got something.”

It would appear that the University of Alabama kinda likes winning titles. Last night after a few rain delays and a scare from Oklahoma, Alabama’s softball team won its first national title and the school’s fourth of the year. Congrats on a great series Bama. Let’s get after it next year Sooners!!

AIRING LIVE TONIGHT @ 8 EST - Women's College World Series: Oklahoma vs Alabama ( GAME 3)

AIRING LIVE NOW - Women's College World Series: Oklahoma vs Alabama

Watch it now online at ESPN3.com

web counter
web counter
Change.org|The Proven Petition Site
Disclaimer (Code: 831): All images, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the Internet and are assumed to be in the public domain. In the event that there is still a problem or error with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and noncommercial and the material will be removed immediately upon presented proof.