â€¢ 10,000 TAKES delivers the goods: mascot-referee violence in hockey.
â€¢ REUTERS alerts us that India’s Olympic air weapon competitors are so angry that they could shoot somebody. Fortunately for all involved, they’re angry because they’re out of ammo.
â€¢ MONDESI’S HOUSE points out that Seattle’s still a little pissy (and spitty) about the results of their last Super Bowl. Steelers fans should hire personal tasters.
â€¢ THE BIZ OF BASEBALL discovers the Boston Red Sox openly support organized gambling in the form of Massachusetts lottery scratch tickets.
â€¢ We wish the best to Doug Davis, who has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. He’ll keep pitching until his April 10th surgery.
â€¢ The NCAA Hall of Champions is closed during the NCAA Men’s and Women’s tourneys, according to THERMOCASTER. Nice timing as usual, NCAA.
â€¢ FUTON REPORT discovers an unusual disconnect between faith and truth in Tigers camp.
â€¢ A totally and completely true tale (in all the ways that matter, anyway) of a Stanford walk-on comes to us from YOUR FACE IS A SPORTS BLOG.