No one who has seen “Animal House” as many times as I have can fail to appreciate the student hitting on the school administrator’s wife concept. “That’s funny, I have a husband named Dean Wormer. Still want to show me your cucumber?” It’s not funny, however, when one of the participants is under 18, and no one’s using vegetables. Not funny in the least.
And you can bet that few at the University of Alabama are laughing either. Here’s Rebecca Nichols, who unfortunately happened to be wearing her favorite T-shirt when cops arrested her for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Rebecca is the wife of a high school principal. And the minor in question was one of her husband’s students.
• POPO IN MY CRIB can see that despite suffering through another rotten Reds season, Bronson Arroyo still has baseball on his mind.
• Mark Cuban tried to explain Josh Howard’s Star-Spangled Slam over on his blog, but the Mavs owner didn’t realize what a firestorm he unleashed.
• Stephanie Stradley of AOL FANHOUSE wonders if the Texans can do for Hurricane Ike victims what the Saints did for Katrina victims.
• UNI WATCH looks back on the career of sports illustrator Lon Keller, the guy who created the Yankees’ famous hat logo.
Tags: Animal House
, Bronson Arroyo
, Chris Cooley
, Houston Texans
, Hurricane Ike
, Josh Howard
, Lon Keller
, Mark Cuban
, New York Yankees
, Stephen Furst
, Washington Huskies
, Yankee Stadium