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- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
Pratesi sheets are the most expensive in the world, the Chinese and Italian silk blend going for around $1,500 each. Deion Sanders Jr. has Versace sheets, which only cost around $600. But he’s a college freshman, so he has to economize.
How do you make a kick-off return for a touchdown boring? Make sure the returner goes literally untouched the whole way. How do you salvage it? Make sure the returner does a horrible touchdown dance at the end.
Yesterday, Pilar Sanders, the estranged wife of Deion Sanders, was booked on charges of jumping Deion in his room. It was then that she took a mug shot, which may indeed be the nexus of crazy and hot.
MediaTakeOut is one part “making fun of ordinary people whose pictures were sent in by readers,” one part sniffing out celebrity gossip, and one part news and politics, all delivered in the same VERY SHOUTY HOUSE STYLE that CHARACTERIZES the GOSSIP WEBSITE. For your personal enjoyment/edification, we have assembled 25 of the most insane MediaTakeOut sports headlines in existence, which you can see after the jump.
TMZ had some real sports-related gems over the last two days. Let’s play around in the muck for a second, shall we? First, there’s the story of Phil Mickelson‘s quest to track down an internet commenter who said some particularly nasty things about him.
How are you supposed to answer this question? It would be tough to come up with a coherent response under normal circumstances. But what about when you’re asked that question on live television, and the person asking it is Deion Sanders?
Because they want to make everyone feel bad about themselves, Sports Illustrated has conducted a poll of NFL players in which they’re asked to name their least favorite commentators. I find Cris Collinsworth to be pretty good at what he does. Apparently, pro football players don’t share that sentiment.