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On the heels of last week’s apology from Fox about fabricating NFL headlines, TBS has been caught not only repeating that feat but plagiarizing the text from the stories to which they claimed the headlines belonged.
Terry Francona is out as Red Sox manager. Whether the decision was more his or the team’s, he’s gone. He presided over the most successful period in modern Red Sox history, and many fans are thankful…including some in particularly high places.
Cooper Stone, the young son of deceased Rangers fan Shannon Stone, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 1 of the Division Series today.
Shannon Stone died at a Rangers game in July after he fell over a guardrail in left field. He was trying to retrieve a foul ball for his son, when he fell 20 feet onto the concrete below.
Retired welterweight Ricky Hatton says he was so devastated after being knocked out by Manny Pacquiao in 2009 that he was driven to drinking, drugs, and considered suicide.
Not long ago, when I’d hear the name of Chargers nose tackle Antonio Garay, I’d just think, “Oh yeah, the guy from [reasonably close to my hometown] Rahway [N.J.].” No longer. Garay is now the guy from Rahway who’s a pretty damn good player…and a pretty damn offbeat character.
The Buffalo Bills haven’t made the playoffs since y2K was a thing, so our fans might not remember what it’s like to have a winning football team. Here are some helpful reminders.
Maybe we don’t jump like we used to, but even if Mike Powell’s record is out of reach, there are still plenty of skilled long jumpers out there doing things we could never dream of…like the guy you’ll see after the jump.
A bit ago, Twitter exploded with news from The New York Times‘ Tyler Kepner that Phillies ace Roy Halladay, in his pre-playoffs press conference, said something that seemed so good, it made us long for audio and/or visual evidence so we could hear it for ourselves. Check out the video after the jump to do just that.
“I Don’t Know What Is Going On Around Me”: Ohio State RB Reportedly Involved In Bizarre, Public Incident On Campus
Generally, when someone commits an assault, your only concern is for the victim of said assault. In the case of Ohio State running back Jaamal Berry, though, things don’t seem to be quite so simple. OSU’s student paper, The Lantern, recently reported that Berry was seen earlier this week on Ohio State’s campus “wrestling with another student.” While the police report called it an assault, Berry has not been charged, and some of the details make it clear this was not an ordinary altercation.
Former Terrapin head football coach Ralph Friedgen says it isn’t painful watching his former players being led by new coach Randy Edsall, but he burned his Maryland diploma.