Didn’t anyone ever tell Kevin Pope “You’ll shoot your eye out!”?
Not exactly sure what prompted these German football fans to storm the field, but two things stick out: 1) The massive amount of riot police. Are they there for every game? 2) The creative ways some of the hooligans used to try and cover their faces, so as not to be recognized.
This thing reads like a bad ESPN movie: star high school basketball player charged with sexually assaulting underage girl, well meaning coach steps in and offers to meet with family and give them $1000 to drop the charge. Now, both coach and player have been arrested.
And by “pinning” we don’t mean like giving someone your fraternity pin. We mean like he’s accused of having sex with her.
The first alleged incident against Nelson Table Tennis coach Bryan Keane was way back in 1987. There’s a joke about balls and paddles in there somewhere, but we’re too lazy today to try and pull it out.
Too bad Garrett Wolfe’s not a baseball player or we could say he “hit for the cycle” with arrests for retail theft, disorderly conduct, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest with violence.
The only thing worse that making an obscene gesture to a member of the media is giving an apology for it that comes across as less than sincere.
There are seven dirty words you can’t say on the radio and, apparently, you can’t say them in the stands of your kindergartner’s baseball game either.
Tyler Hamilton tells CBS’s 60 Minutes that he and other members of the U.S. Postal Service team led by Armstrong used banned substances, including EPO and testosterone. Armstrong’s denials always seemed to center on the fact that he “never failed a drug test” . . . not exactly a clean denial, more like legalese.
Yes, the Buckeyes will save a little money now, but how much will The Vest cost them in the long run? Time to fall on the sword for OSU, Tressel.
Likely, she got tired of only being able to order from the Dollar Menu.