Feuds of the Week
Ortiz has been quoted throughout the past few years, and as recently as February, suggesting that steroid users should be banned for, at the very least, an entire season. On one hand, David Ortiz makes a valid point about justice for violators, but on the other hand, I feel like David Ortiz might want to take it easy on David Ortiz, given what he has been through. Let's just hope David Ortiz didn't specifically have David Ortiz in mind, as an Ortiz/Ortiz feud is nothing but bad news for the Red Sox clubhouse, as well as the game of baseball itself.
In a complete lapse of judgment, McMackin, the University of Hawaii's second year head football coach, used a homosexual slur to describe a dance and cheer Notre Dame fans performed the night before the 2008 Hawaii Bowl.
He immediately caught himself and instead of realizing the error of his ways, he opted for the tactic of persuading reporters to leave that part out of their stories, even though the sole purpose of the reporters' presence is to write things down that are said at the podium.
Earlier this week,
White House security, in doing their job, simply didn't let him in without an invitation. Like they're supposed to do. Because it's their job.
With the news that
It seems that Minnesota will press forward with the current quarterbacks on their roster, and Favre will press forward with seven-on-sevens on a high school field as he gets ready for the inevitable decision of whether or not he will appear on
During the run-up to the MLB's free agency deadline, three National League teams seem to be mentioned more than any others:
The Phillies improved their pitching staff dramatically with the addition of last year's AL Cy Young winner,
The Dodgers bolstered their already-solid bullpen by acquiring Baltimore closer
The Cardinals, when healthy, have a murderer's row of
UCLA, citing safety concerns, has
Supposedly, the event was "marred by fights, vandalism, and alcohol-related problems," by some of the nearly 10,000 participants. While it appears to be a pretty big setback to a healthy number of undie-loving Bruins, unofficial underwear runs are all but inevitable.