TCU Line Coach Has Heart Attack During Game

TCU offensive line coach Eddie Williamson suffered a heart attack during Saturday’s game against San Diego State.

Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports that Williamson suffered the attack during the first quarter when the 3rd-ranked Horned Frogs were down 14-0 to the Aztecs.

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Tour De France Update: Schleck Takes The Lead

After nine stages completed of the 2010 Tour de France, Luxembourg rider Andy Schleck holds a 41 second lead over defending champ Alberto Contador of Spain. Andy hopes to do older brother Frank proud, who was knocked out of the Tour after fracturing his collarbone. Meanwhile, Lance Armstrong - who’s likely riding in his last […]

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Tour de France Update: Schleck Breaks Collarbone

Updating the Tour de France: Norway’s Thor Hushovd won today’s third stage, a.k.a. the “hell of the north” due to its cobblestone roads. Switzerland’s Fabian Cancellara moved into first place overall after finishing today’s stage in sixth, while Britain’s Geraint Thomas moved into second overall after finishing second today.
Previous overall leader Sylvain Chavanel fell back […]

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JaMarcus Russell Arrested Over Codeine Syrup

Daniela Werner of the Mobile (Ala.) Press-Register reports that JaMarcus Russell was arrested on Monday for possession of a controlled substance.

That controlled substance: codeine syrup.

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Video: Butler Fans Celebrate Final Four Victory

Tonight, the Butler Bulldogs take on the Duke Blue Devils for the national championship, hoping to strike a mighty blow for mid-majors everywhere. (But hey, the BCS is a much better system than this March Madness tournament thing, right?)

However, you’d think Butler has already cut down the nets, based on the wild celebrations from Bulldog […]

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Video: Duke Fans Aren’t Bedeviled By All The Hate

So, of all the #1 seeds in the tourney, only Duke has survived to make it to this year’s Final Four - much to the delight of Dick Vitale & the chagrin of so many other college basketball fans.

But every good drama needs a villain. And with Butler, Michigan State and West Virginia all making […]

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6′ 8″ Baylor Women’s B-Baller Punches Opponent

Baylor women’s basketball player Brittney Griner previously made headlines for her tall 6′ 8″ frame and her ability to dunk. Now she’s making headlines again, but for the wrong reasons.

Griner was ejected from last night’s game against Texas Tech after throwing a punch at an opponent. Griner became tangled up with the Red Raiders’ Jordan […]

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Georgian Olympic Luger Killed In Practice Accident

Nodar Kumaritashvili, an Olympic luge competitor from the nation of Georgia, died today after sustaining injuries from a horrific crash during a practice run in Whistler, British Columbia.

From the VANCOUVER SUN:
Kumaritashvili was going close to 150 km/h, near the end of the course, when he launched off the track. Witnesses say his body hit a […]

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Gilbert Arenas Appears in New PETA Ad Campaign

Maybe today wasn’t the best day for PETA to introduce it’s new ad campaign featuring Gilbert Arenas:

And a close-up of Gil’s non-mink ink:

I personally prefer the poses done by Amanda Beard and Tony Gonzalez’s wife October.
Thanks to Dan Steinberg of DC SPORTS BOG for the tip.

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Shanahan Agrees To Become New Redskins Coach

Mike Klis of the DENVER POST reports that Mike Shanahan has agreed to become the next head coach of the Washington Redskins.

Shanahan is expected to sign a five-year deal worth about $7 million a year, with the Redskins making the official announcement on Wednesday.
The move is also good news for Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, […]

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