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Brother discusses Rex's foot fetish

Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan didn't hold back when addressing questions about the controversy surrounding his brother last December after a foot-fetish video allegedly of Rex Ryan's wife Michelle surfaced on the Internet. "Aw hell who cares," Rob Ryan said Monday in the Cowboys locker room. "Believe me, everybody has whatever screwed up thing going on. I don't care. I'm sure you do, and everybody else that points fingers." Rob Ryan all but confirmed the video was authentic with his response to a question about being disappointed that the matter became public. He said his brother was freaky. "Naw, I mean hell, he is a little freaky I guess," Rob Ryan said. "Hell, I don't know. I like everything about my wife. She got great feet, too. She got everything nice. What the hell." (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) Comment

Did The Biebs cross over Steve Nash?

Arizona Republic writer Paul Coro tweets: Do you think Justin Bieber could never cross over Steve Nash? Never say never. Whether it is staged, manipulated or Nash just not caring nearly as much as Bieber about a three-on-three game at the gym, there is video out there (posted by Bieber on Twitter, no less) of the teen pop superstar going by Nash if it was Russell Westbrook driving on, well, Nash. (Arizona Republic) Comment

Cuban: Big 12 better off without Texas A&M

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wrote a blog post Sunday encouraging Texas and Oklahoma remain in the Big 12 and downplaying the negative effects Texas A&M's departure could have on the troubled conference. Why? Money. "The big college TV networks -- Fox, ESPN, CBS -- pay for quality, not quantity," Cuban wrote. "They need marquee match-ups that are 'Must Tweet TV.' The number of schools in a conference actually reduce the parity and quality of match-ups in a conference. The networks will not pay up for that." (BlogMaverick) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

A Republican caucus? Nope. It's the Price Waterhouse Coopers All Blacks battling Mercedes Benz Thailand in the 10th annual King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament near Bangkok. (Damir Sagoli/Reuters photos)

Must-See Video

Did The Biebs school Steve Nash? Here's a look at the video in question from item 2 above.

Game To Watch

Stephen Strasburg to make first MLB start since surgery (7:05 pm ET, MLB Network)

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: More Cal Ripken Jr.
  • 1920 -- Jack Dempsey KOs Billy Miske for heavyweight title in first radio broadcast of a prizefight
  • 1946 -- All-American Football Conference plays its first game (Cleveland 44, Miami 0)
  • 1975 -- Czech tennis star Martina Navratilova asks for political asylum during the US Open
  • 1995 -- Cal Ripken Jr breaks Lou Gehrig's record with his 2,131st consecutive game played

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