December 14, 2009
In Case You Missed It
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Two important sports items came down on Friday. One you already know about it: Tiger Woods announced he was taking an indefinite leave from golf. It was very shrewd of Tiger to announce this late in the day on a Friday, but he should know by now that you can't stop the New York Post from having fun on the cover. The other news that broke Friday was David Stern telling's Ian Thomsen that legalized gambling on the NBA is a "possibility." Somewhere, Tim Donaghy is happy. Anyway, since I made you sit through more Tiger rambling, I'm rewarding you with brand-new pictures of Salma Hayek, who showed up at an event this weekend looking as good as ever.
NFL Roundup
The Lions show us why wrapping up is more important than just throwing a big hit. ... Check out each of Brandon Marshall's 21 receptions against the Colts. ... Look at the ups on Andy Reid as he celebrated with DeSean Jackson last night. ... If you were like me and flipped on the Rams-Titans game and said "Who is Keith Null and why is he starting at quarterback for St. Louis," we weren't alone.
That Was FAST
Yesterday, the Kansas Jayhawks officially hired Turner Gill as their football coach. Late that afternoon, Lance, of Kansas City, e-mailed me the link to
Bush League Move By A Big Bully
Jordan Fish :: David Becker/Getty Images
In one of the more bizarre and disgraceful things you'll see in college basketball this season, North Carolina coach Roy Williams had a fan removed from the Dean Dome during the Tar Heels' game against Presbyterian on Saturday. What heinous act did the Presbyterian fan commit? He had the nerve to say "Don't miss it, Deon," while Deon Thompson was shooting a free throw. The only people worse than Williams in this matter would be the higher-ups at North Carolina or the NCAA if they don't discipline the coach for his low-class maneuver. (Thanks to William Buzhardt, of Columbia, S.C., for the link.)

Speaking Of Bush League...
Cincinnati fans aren't handling the news of Brian Kelly leaving to coach Notre Dame too well. In fact, his house was egged Saturday night.
Just A Typical Night For The King
How's this for a LeBron James sequence from last night's Cavs game against the Thunder: Get a steal, drive for a layup, get fouled, eat a french fry.
Sports Video Of The Day
You'll think this Marian Hossa goal from last night is much cooler after you see the slo-mo replay.

News Report Video Of The Day
If you're going to steal a car so you can chase after your boyfriend, please make sure it's not an ambulance.

Commercial Of The Day
You'd think turning Benjamin Franklin into a plumber would be enough of an attention-grabber, but adding an '80s classic to the mix really puts this commercial over the top. (Thanks to Adam Schaefer, of Creedmoor, N.C., for the link.)

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