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- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
Sports Illustrated has crowned Drew Brees as this year’s “Sportsman of the Year.”
“I never realized how similar that I am to Tom Brady,” New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said during a Monday press conference. “I mean, the obvious physical appearance would be the first thing.”
Perhaps you’ve heard there’s a bit of a controversy involving the recruitment of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton. Well, one Alabama DJ tried to exploit the controversy through clever song choices…and was fired for his trouble.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson had a rough game last night, and his team lost 27-6…so why was he spotted smiling on the sidelines late in the game? Uh, don’t ask him.
The Bills’ Steve Johnson caused a commotion yesterday after he dropped a potential game-winning touchdown pass, then sent out a tweet in which he appeared to implicate God in his drop. Today, though, Johnson took to Twitter again, to set the record straight.
Barcelona ran up the score BCS-style against Real Madrid today, scoring four goals in the first half en route to winning “El Clasico” 5-0.
Remember that whole controversy over the “Duke Fuck List,” wherein a Duke student described several sexual encounters she had with fellow Dukies? The creative team behind Law & Order: Special Victims Unit does.
The Stevie Johnson drop saved the Buffalo Bills from their 3rd consecutive win. That’s right, saved them. Here’s why the drop was a blessing in disguise.
According to Fox 26 in Houston, Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will not be suspended for beating up Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan. And this, really, is a good thing.
Walt Frazier appeared on Don Imus’ program to plug his book…then Imus asked him some completely impertinent questions about marijuana in the NBA.