The NFL has been cracking down on troublemakers lately, and the latest group of people to get caught in the league's crosshairs are cheerleaders. Four Balls reports that the NFL has banned cheerleaders from warming up and stretching in front of visiting team's locker rooms. Apparently the ladies are a distraction to the opposing players. Who knew?
It seems that West Virginia quarterback Pat White got a little flustered when he was interviewed by Erin Andrews this past Saturday.
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Oklahoma St. coach Mike Gundy went absolutely ballistic after his team's win against Texas Tech on Saturday. The coach was not happy with the media's coverage of one of his players, and he let them know it.
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A tight SEC game is coming to a conclusion in overtime. What topic do you bring up if you're the play-by-play announcer? Well, during a crucial moment in overtime of Saturday's Georgia-Alabama game, ESPN's Mike Patrick decided to ask partner Todd Blackledge about Britney Spears' career. And Blackledge was just as confused as the viewers. (Thanks to Chris in Boston for sending us the link.)