OU Athletes Jumped In Bar With Knives, Tire Irons

While UCLA’s Kevin Craft was not throwing interceptions during UCLA’s improbable overtime win against 18th-ranked Tennessee, a group of University of Oklahoma athletes were busy getting jumped in a nightclub.

Sooners bar fight

(Actually, the bar-room brawl went down early Sunday morning, I just wanted an opportunity to point out that Craft threw FOUR first-half interceptions and the Vols still managed to find a way to lose.)

Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops wasn’t talking but the ASSOCIATED PRESS reports that at least two athletes from the school were injured during the fracas.

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Jeff Gordon Very Happy With Model Wife & Mom

Be back at 8 p.m. ET for Tuffy’s live blog of tonight’s Tennessee-UCLA tussle.

Jeff Gordon believes wife Ingrid Vandebosch is quite the model mother.

Jeff Gordon Ingrid Vandenbosch

Roger Clemens’ kid Koby gets cuffed after brawling at a bar.

O.J. Simpson pal Tom Riccio bets he can rent out ad space on the limo he’ll be taking to the Las Vegas courthouse.

Matt Leinart doesn’t like being Kurt Warner’s backup.

Peter King isn’t pleased with new “Inside the NFL” co-host Warren Sapp badmouthing the previous Sapp-less seasons of the show.

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Bar Fight Gets Roger Clemens’ Kid Koby Cuffed

Koby Clemens, the 21-year-old catcher for the Salem Avalanche and son of seven time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, was among three members of the Avalanche who were arrested early Sunday morning for what appears to be a good old fashion bar fight.

Roger and Koby Clemens

On Saturday night several members of the Avalanche team, who close their season today, were kicking back and throwing a few back at a popular Salem restaurant, Mac and Bob’s. Then at some point before the night ended, things got out of hand.

According to police reports “Police were dispatched to a disturbance in the restaurant’s parking lot at 2 a.m.” Clemens and teammates Mark Ori and Jimmy Goethals were arrested for their involvement in the disturbance.

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Rocket Likely To Join Son At Astros’ Minors Camp

Roger Clemens seems to be avoiding every possibility of fading away quietly as the steroid clamor continues to hang over him. The ASSOCIATED PRESS reports that he’ll likely make an appearance at the Houston Astros’ minor league camp over the next few days, escorting his son Koby there, as he’s done for the past few years.

Roger and Koby Clemens

Clemens has attended in the past in order to play with his son, who will be trying to make the switch to catcher this season. But if the Rocket does show up, every question (if he takes any) would be about Brian McNamee and whether he would play again (which everyone presumes he wouldn’t). Read more…