Thursday, February 25, 2010

Brian westbrook on sportscenter ????

Minka Kelly & Shakira because we couldn’t decide on one … yesterday was National Pancake Day ...applying to college with the help of YouTube … the list of troubled banks creeps higher … hilarious tales of New Jersey turnpike toll collectors … law school buys naming rights to a minor league stadium … ABC News to cut 25 percent of its workforce … a middle school shooting less than three miles from Columbine … Prince rehearsing ‘When the Doves Cry‘ in a garage …
Woman makes up lie about being raped, man goes to jail for four years. Woman confesses to lying, and now will serve 1-3 years in jail. [NYT]

Sam Wyche on Tim Tebow: “If this guy can’t be a starting quarterback in the NFL, then I was in the wrong profession for a lot of years.” [St. Pete Times]
Big second half propels Georgetown over Louisville. [Courier-Journal]
Michael Beasley did not like it that Charles Barkley referred to him as “Tito Jackson.” [Sun-Sentinel]
Announcer on stats: “I’m ‘mathematically challenged’ and find lots of BP, Fangraphs, Tango, etc., tough to digest. I am somewhat ‘tentative” to push SABR-type stuff on air.” [Baseball Prospectus]
Gators 75, Vols 62, and that should lock up a bid for Florida for the first time since Noah, Horford & Brewer left. [Gainesville Sun]
Politics: Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown burns the Tea Party by voting for Obama’s jobs plan. [LA Times]
An Oregon fan reacts to the heated Chip Kelly-John Canzano radio interview. [Sports Brewery]
Nevada Governor accused of sexual assault is deposed, and actually said he hasn’t been sexually intimate with any woman since 1995, and he’s “living proof that you can survive without sex for that long.” [CBS News]
Herb MaGee is now the winningest college basketball coach of all-time with 903 wins. [Philly Inquirer]