Being so enormously too cool for school can't be easy, but Maroon 5 frontman and Voice coach Adam Levine manages to keep on trucking. Levine caused some mild controversy back in September when he called out the Video Music Awards, calling them the "one day a year when MTV pretends to care about music" and concluding "fuck you vmas." Now, Levine has a new source for his scorn: The Coachella Music Festival. By most accounts, the first two days of the festival have been a decent time, but Levine is not impressed, tweeting:

Burrrrn. Some cursory Googling reveals that this isn't even the first time that Levine has sonned Coachella over the Bluebird. Levine tweeted the following around the same time last year:

You think, Adam? Something tells us that M5 wouldn't necessarily fit in to the lineup so well, though maybe at Coachella 2027, Maroon 5 will get some sort of soft-rock-fetishist comeback push. Looking forward to the annual spurned-girlfriend tweets until then.

BIG 12 WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP TO AIR LIVE ON FSN go to website fox sports midwest

US Fed News Service, Including US State News July 10, 2009 LINCOLN, Neb., March 4 -- The University of Nebraska issued the following news release:

The 2009 Big 12 Wrestling Championship will be televised live on Fox Sports Midwest, Fox Sports Kansas City and select other FSN affiliates on Saturday, March 7. The telecast marks the first time in the event's history that it will be carried live on FSN.

Coverage of the championship finals begins Saturday at 7 p.m. from NU Coliseum in Lincoln, Neb. Brent Stover calls the play-by-play with analysis from J Guymon. see here fox sports midwest

The Big 12 Conference boasts five of the nation's top 15 teams, including No. 3 Iowa State, No. 4 Nebraska and No. 5 Missouri in the latest USA Today/NWCA/InterMat poll.

FSN is the television home of Big 12 sports, with a telecast schedule that includes football, women's basketball and championship events.

Fox Sports Midwest/Fox Sports Kansas City Live Programming for March 7 1:30 p.m. - Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament: Semifinal 1 4 p.m. - Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Tournament: Semifinal 2 7 p.m. - Big 12 Wrestling Championship