Apologies We'd Love to Hear
NASCAR, for not throwing a yellow flag on the final lap of this year's Daytona 500.
Roger Clemens, for constantly waffling and then playing just half a season.
Rex Grossman, for making the Super Bowl unwatchable.
T.O., for creating a ruckus on whatever team he plays on.
ESPN, for doing "celebrity" interviews during Monday Night Football.
Kenny Rogers, for scuffing the ball during the World Series.
The Houston Texans, for using the first pick in last year's draft on Mario Williams instead of Reggie Bush or Vince Young.
The NHL, for taking teams out of Canada and for putting teams in places like Phoenix and Columbus.
ABC, for putting Dennis Miller in the booth.
Every IOC member who has accepted a "gift" from a country hoping to land the Olympics.
Chargers GM Bobby Beathard, for drafting Ryan Leaf.
Chris Webber, for the famed timeout against North Carolina in the 1993 title game.
The Vikings, for trading for Herschel Walker and surrendering draft picks that would later become Darren Woodson, Emmitt Smith, Russell Maryland and Leon Lett.
Bill Buckner, for his error in the 1986 World Series.
Blazers GM Stu Inman, for drafting Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan
Jackie Smith, for dropping that sure touchdown pass in Super Bowl XIII.
Cubs GM John Holland, for trading Lou Brock for Ernie Broglio, the worst deal in baseball history.
Boston Red Sox owner Harry Frazee, for selling Babe Ruth.