As expected this morning, Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez strongly denied the accusations, published in a recent Detroit newspaper piece, that his program grossly violated NCAA regulations regarding practices and workouts.
So who "won" the big showdown between Jay Cutler and Kyle Orton, the quarterbacks the Broncos and Bears swapped in the offseason?
And speaking of the Broncos ... I've watched the video clips of Brandon Marshall loafing in practice last week, which earned him a sitdown from the Broncos hierarchy. But one thing I don't get.
Today's Way To Go, Dumb*** Moment comes to us from Brisbane, Australia, where some poor schlub picked the wrong little old lady to pick on the other day.
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Remember all those people who said no one would come downtown to watch baseball because there's no parking and the traffic would be a nightmare?
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... comes to us from someone with the screen name "scooby18," who responded online to Chicago Tribune columnist Rick Morrisey's essay on Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks, who was arrested in Buffalo, accused of beating up a cab driver over 20 cents in change.
CANTON, Ohio -- Speaking of the HoF induction ... Woodson's played it pretty close to the vest as to what he'll say Saturday night. But the general theme, he says, will be simple.
Orrville, for those who aren't disciples, is the boyhood home of the Coach himself, Bob Knight. As someone who covered him at IU for 20 years and has always been fascinated by what makes the man tick, this is just too tempting. I'm goin' to Orrville.
After one apparently highly contentious day, Colts beat writer Justin Cohn reports from Terre Haute, the Colts caved and will now allow reporters to actually do some reporting from the sidelines during open practices.
August 4, 2009 in And Another Thing 1 comment
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This could actually work to the Freedom's advantage, weirdly enough.
August 4, 2009 in And Another Thing