September 16, 2009
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Niners owner offers Crabtree sitdown
49ers owners Jed York said he has offered to hold a face-to-face meeting with Michael Crabtree and agent Eugene Parker. He has not heard back from them.
(Santa Rosa Press Democrat)
Top recruit considering OSU, ND, USC
There was no jersey with "HENDERSON" on the back hanging in a locker, no beckoning signs for Seantrel Henderson's first official football recruiting visit to Ohio State last weekend. And that was just the way his family liked it. "It went great; we were very impressed," Sean Henderson, father of 6-foot-8, 337-pound Cretin-Derham Hall offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson said this morning. Henderson's next official recruiting visit will be to Notre Dame, where Cretin-Derham Hall grad Michael Floyd is a sophomore wideout star, on Oct. 17. Henderson will visit Southern California, which defeated Ohio State 18-15, on Nov. 27. He hasn't set dates for Oklahoma or Florida.
(St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Jordan's girlfriend a hot topic
Of the four Michael Jordan-related searches in Google's Hot Trends list for Friday, three involved his date to the ceremony, Yvette Prieto. According to Hot Trends, which measures searches that experience a boost in popularity, the term "Yvette Prieto" was No. 19, "Michael Jordan girlfriend" was No. 21 and "Michael Jordan's girlfriend" was No. 38. Jordan's mother, Deloris, sat on his right during the ceremony while Prieto sat on his left in a hard-to-miss red dress. The Cuban model once dated singer Julio Iglesias Jr.
(Chicago Tribune)
Must-See Photo
Zurich's Xavier Margairaz, left and Madrid's Raul, right, fight for the ball during the Champions League Group C soccer match between Switzerland's FC Zurich and Spain's Real Madrid at the Letzigrund Stadium. (AP)
Must-See Video
Can the new champion get a word in here?
Game To Watch
Rockies at Giants, 10:15 p.m. ET
Colorado Rockies
San Francisco Giants
This Day In Sports History

SI Vault: More Mickey Mantle
1939 -- N.Y. Yankees clinch their 11th and 4th successive pennant.
1955 -- Yankee Mickey Mantle pulls a hamstring muscle running out a bunt.
1960 -- Amos Alonzo Stagg retires as a football coach at 98.

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