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Sun August 08, 2010
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(CNN)   Last place Pirates fired Kerrigan.WHY WHY WHY?  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (50)
(MLive.com)   Halfway through training camp the Detroit Lions already have 11 players on the disabled list, are mathematically eliminated from the playoffs  (mlive.com) (29)
(ESPN)   Juan for the road. Juan Pablo Montoya dominates Sunday at Watkins Glen for his second Sprint Cup win  (sports.espn.go.com) (71)
(Weekly World News)   Rumors that Tim Tebow was hazed into getting a haircut are not true. He is, in fact, converting to Judaism  (weeklyworldnews.com) (21)
(Some Guy)   Cowboys, Bengals, FOOTBALL. Our long nightmare is over (8pm ET, NBC)  (profootballhof.com) (435)
(ESPN)   Tiger Woods finishes the Bridgestone Classic with a career-worst 18-over par, says he needs to find the hole and score better  (sports.espn.go.com) (44)
(ESPN)   NASCAR drives sadly on without The NaSkAr. Today we are all Smoke fans  (espn.go.com) (320)
(ESPN)   Sonnen, he is disappoint  (sports.espn.go.com) (122)
(Player Press)   Keith Olbermann removed from NBC's "Football Night in America." Miss Precious Perfect has been offended, SIR  (playerpress.com) (152)
(Sports by Brooks)   Former Oakland A's assistant GM Paul DePodesta demands "Moneyball" filmmakers remove his name from the film because he doesn't want people thinking he's as fat as Jonah Hill  (sportsbybrooks.com) (12)
(Google)   Finland wins World Sauna Championships by default  (google.com) (102)
(ESPN)   Good news, Red Sox fans: A-Rod got injured in batting practice. Bad News: Unlike the Red Sox, the rest of the Yankees are still healthy  (scores.espn.go.com) (44)
(CBS News)   Meet the next NASCAR sensation. He's a 12yr old...oh yeah, and his sponsor is an online gun sales company  (cbsnews.com) (32)

Sat August 07, 2010
(Telegraph)   Gay screws Bolt. Nuts  (telegraph.co.uk) (8)
(CNN)   Tiger has 3 blowouts at Firestone  (cnn.com) (34)
(Major League Baseball)   Imagine the thrill of hitting a home run in your first big league at-bat. Now imagine doing so on the first pitch you face  (mlb.mlb.com) (31)
(Wikipedia)   Your UFC 117 thread: Silva vs Sonnen  (en.wikipedia.org) (460)
(Some Filly)   Snyder watched as his wife squeezed her mother's hand and said, over and over: "Don't worry. I'm coming back as a horse. ...'  (timesunion.com) (12)
(Sports by Brooks)   Tim Tebow gets a Friar Tuck haircut in a holy hazing  (sportsbybrooks.com) (39)
(YouTube)   What literally losing an engine at 200MPH might look like  (youtube.com) (87)
(ESPN)   The preseason coach's poll is out, and Ohio State currently has the inside track to be the sacrificial lamb to the SEC in the BCS Championship Game  (espn.go.com) (76)
(AFP)   Man U may be considering making a run for German midfielder Mesut Ozil, nothing that he really isn't as clumsy as he is stupid  (news.yahoo.com) (24)
(ESPN)   The ten most painful losses in college football history. Subby will tell you, he had no idea 80,000 people could be as quiet as they were after #10  (espn.go.com) (93)
(Washington Post)   As Redskins realize they need him in practice, Haynesworth finally passes conditioning test  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (91)
(Chicago Sun-Times)   Presenting the fifty greatest Chicago Cubs players of all time. In other news, the definition of "greatest" has been stretched to the breaking point  (suntimes.com) (34)
(The Tennessean)   Chris Johnson expects the Titans to make him the highest paid player in the NFL next season. Apparently he doesn't realize that it will only take $1 to do that since you don't get paid during a strike  (tennessean.com) (31)
(ESPN)   Here. Can we finally shut the hell up about it?  (sports.espn.go.com) (245)
(CNN)   Crybaby McGee thinks the NFL and CONGRESS need to pass rules against hazing rookies. Otherwise these instant millionaire "victims" might sue for having to sing their college fight song or carry shoulder pads  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (54)

Fri August 06, 2010
(ESPN)   Kiffin didn't just use Trojans to fark Tennessee, and his lack of protection may have left behind a burning case of NCAA probation  (sports.espn.go.com) (41)
(Some Guy)   Any time you have a chance to hire back the failed GM and coach who set your team back 10 years and also cost you $11 million in a sexual harassment lawsuit, you have to do it  (cbssports.com) (30)
(Ohio.com)   Goodell hopes to get rid of three-point stance, have tackling replaced with tagging opponents, ball made round  (ohio.com) (73)
(The New York Times)   Coming soon to a ballpark near you - Derek Jeter notches his 3,000th hit. Finally a Yankee accomplishment worth celebrating  (nytimes.com) (114)
(Yahoo)   "I wore [my Hall of Fame blazer] for two straight days. [My wife] wanted to make love but the blazer had to come off. I refused and kept the blazer on because I wanted to perform like a Hall of Famer on the field and off"  (sports.yahoo.com) (49)
(ESPN)   Officials pleased that only 26 people were arrested at U.S. Open of Surfing  (sports.espn.go.com) (8)
(Some Zordon)   Green Power Ranger wins first MMA fight. Rita unavailable for badly dubbed comment  (bloodyelbow.com) (65)
(Slate)   The Brett Favre interactive retirement curve. More twists and turns than your lower intestines, and just as full of sh*t  (slate.com) (28)
(BBC)   Celtic striker with no known address sought by the authorities. This is not a repeat from the Roman invasion  (bbc.co.uk) (6)
(Chicago Tribune)   There's nothing more heart-wrenching than reading letters from Cubs fans asking why their favorite team sucks so bad  (chicagotribune.com) (79)
(Major League Baseball)   Umpire Bob Davidson continues to show why baseball does not need instant replay. (Bonus: video showing Davidson not even watching "foul" ball)  (mlb.mlb.com) (242)

Thu August 05, 2010
(ESPN)   Mets owner Fred Wilpon confirms fans long national nightmare will continue into 2011  (sports.espn.go.com) (50)
(ESPN)   ESPN: No trim of Ben Roethlisberger ban yet. Roethlisberger: No trim  (sports.espn.go.com) (52)
(Washington Post)   Albert "Big Baby" Haynesworth to take test. No not that test  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (54)
(ESPN)   If the Rays miss the playoffs by one game, they can blame it on their stupid stadium  (scores.espn.go.com) (66)
(Yahoo)   The most adorable hockey fight you'll see all year  (sports.yahoo.com) (32)
(KSR)   "Rick Pitino, Tim Sypher, the paper boy, the guy at Chevron, your softball team, Cheeks, Boney Bob, Cliff, Moe with the gimpy leg and anyone else who shared fluids with Karen Sypher were unanimously found guilty of being disgusting"  (kentuckysportsradio.com) (98)
(SFGate)   The media is not over-hyping a certain quarterback. Why, this article on Jason Campbell looking to thrive with Oakland only mentions "Favre" six times  (sfgate.com) (52)
(Free Press)   Looking for an analogy to describe how well Ndamukong Suh did in contract negotiations? How about "a blowout reminiscent of a typical Lions' Sunday"  (freep.com) (44)
(Yahoo)   NFL Commissioner Roger Godell wants to start testing for HGH to "protect the integrity of the game". In other news, a sports league populated by gigantic, improbable nigh-mutants hasn't thought to test for HGH until now  (news.yahoo.com) (139)
(ESPN)   "Man, I haven't seen this many girls on a football field since the last time we played the Steelers"  (espn.go.com) (168)
(USA Today)   Nolan Ryan breaks Cuban embargo. Cigars all around  (content.usatoday.com) (53)
(Chicago Sun-Times)   "For the Chicago Cubs, It's Only Going to Get Worse." What, are they moving to Detroit?  (suntimes.com) (71)

Wed August 04, 2010
(CNN)   One of Pro Football Hall-of-Fame's greatest injustices. No, not that one. Not that one either  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (42)
(Yahoo)   Favre sees shadow, announces six more weeks of retirement  T-Shirt  (sports.yahoo.com) (49)
(Chicago Tribune)   Cubs trounced the Brewers 15-3 today. It's almost as if they had a guardian angel  (chicagotribune.com) (62)
(Cleveland)   Sports anchor could go all the way; Charged with the date-gone-wrong trifecta of rape, attempted rape, and kidnapping  (blog.cleveland.com) (34)
(Deadspin)   Asian carp also make very skilled outfielders  (deadspin.com) (40)
(Deadspin)   Today's rumor: Favre wears Crocs  (deadspin.com) (34)
(Some Bidders)   LIVE BLOG UPDATES: Nolan Ryan vs. Mark Cuban bidding war over Rangers. No word yet when Nolan will head-lock and suckerpunch Cuban  (wfaa.com) (103)
(ESPN)   A-Rod hits 600th home run. Attention now turns to his continued inability to cure the sick  (scores.espn.go.com) (108)
(Major League Baseball)   Cabrera out with oblique injury; Warden Norton still being obtuse  (mlb.mlb.com) (31)
(Yahoo)   Nolan Ryan and Mark Cuban face bidding war for Texas Rangers. Something tells me that Cuban has the slight advantage  (news.yahoo.com) (102)
(Some Guy)   Favre retiring? Not so fast. Looks like the 'source' leaked BS info and Favre hasn't told anyone anything yet. Obvious trumps Followup for obvious reasons  (nfl.com) (175)
(Boston Globe)   Josh Beckett, who was ejected for beaning two Indians, upset Cleveland pitchers kept failing to retaliate; "Obviously we got a little fed up with that"  (boston.com) (56)
(Boston Globe)   Celtics about to jump the Shaq  (boston.com) (58)
(USA Today)   Scott Favre says his brother Brett is "still deciding" whether or not to retire. SCOTT FAVRE  (content.usatoday.com) (65)

Tue August 03, 2010
(CNN)   In memory of a great career and tons of wonderful YouTube reaction videos along the way, here are Favre's 10 worst moments in the NFL. We'll never forget you, Brent  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (86)
(Reuters)   NFL to employ chip-in-ball technology so it can accurately determine if the ball went ten yards from previous determination with a length of chain to where a guy estimated the ball was when his knee touched the ground  (ca.reuters.com) (68)
(ESPN)   Indians catcher Carlos Santana hammered on a solo play at plate, possibly shredding his knee and stringing his teammates along while they fret about his health. Stay tuned  (espn.go.com) (33)
(Time)   Favre retires so much, he even gets a Top Five Retirements list  (newsfeed.time.com) (32)
(Daily Mail)   Quaint English village turned into ghost town by professional footballers who've adopted it as bedroom community for their gated estates and priced out the locals  (dailymail.co.uk) (16)
(G4TV)   What's more American? Stealing an NFL players likeness for a video game or suing them for stealing  (g4tv.com) (45)
(Kentucky Sports Radio)   Oral sex, McDonald's dates, and the origin of "Sticky Ricky". The best summary of the Rick Pitino extortion trial yet  (kentuckysportsradio.com) (42)
(ESPN)   Brett Farve to retire. I think he means it this time, at least until he doesn't  (sports.espn.go.com) (227)
(CNN)   Shanahan admits Haynesworth won't be allowed to pass the "team conditioning test" until half of training camp has passed. Dumbass tag for both Shani and Fatty  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (76)
(fox8)   LeBron James takes out a full page newspaper ad to thank his fans in Akron. Heat jersey sales in Akron still holding at a steady 0%  T-Shirt  (fox8.com) (129)
(Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)   Buffalo Bills injure their Wang. Should have worn a cup  (democratandchronicle.com) (19)
(USA Today)   You can always count on USA Today to look at the cup as half-full  (usatoday.com) (18)
(IndyStar)   Despite being ridiculously upset with their current contracts, Indianapolis Colts Pro-Bowlers Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis decide to both show up for minicamp so they "don't let down their teammates". Your move, Albert  (indystar.com) (40)
(Jalopnik)   ESPN announcer asks black NASCAR crew member to tap dance. For his next number, he'll be doing Mr. Bojangles greatest hits  (jalopnik.com) (53)
(Cleveland)   Lebron might be returning to Cleveland  (cleveland.com) (36)
(BadJocks)   High school wrestling coach would have gotten away with .241% BAC if not for that police car going the wrong way on the highway  (badjocks.com) (35)
(New York Daily News)   Mets say they won't send Ollie Perez to the minors or try to release him. Hey, is that a white flag I see in centerfield?  (nydailynews.com) (8)
(Some Judge)   High school coach hits for the cycle: cops arrest him for DUI with loaded gun, 14-year-old girl in car  (badjocks.com) (17)
(ESPN)   The Chicago Cubs tie a franchise record for hits allowed in a game in a 18-1 thrashing at the hands of the slightly less hapless Brewers  (scores.espn.go.com) (62)
(ESPN)   In the latest sign that Manny Ramirez could be headed out of Los Angeles, the Dodgers take down the "Mannywood" sign on the left field wall  (sports.espn.go.com) (27)
(Some Guy)   Best bobblehead this year? Best bobblehead this year  (slanchreport.com) (21)

Mon August 02, 2010
(ESPN)   In a move that surely won't lead to adults making complete asses of themselves, the Little League World Series will allow the managers to challenge umpire rulings and instant replays  (sports.espn.go.com) (26)
(NFL.com)   The Minnesota Vikings still claim to be a better team than the New Orleans Saints. To respond, this is not Detroit, man, this is the Super Bowl  (nfl.com) (59)
(Some Guy)   Expect Navy's basketball players to be tighter on defense, experts at flopping, now that Greg Paulus is their new assistant coach. Duke still sucks  (lastangryfan.com) (8)
(LA Times)   FIBA says that the loud, annoying, buzzing plastic horns will not be allowed at the upcoming world basketball championships in Turkey. Sounds like a case of déjà vuvuzela  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (11)
(AZ Daily Sun)   Arizona Snowflakes move practice indoors and out of the rain, because no NFL team should be sentenced to muddy conditions during practice. Practice man, practice  (azdailysun.com) (33)
(Some Guy)   Next season, Peyton Manning may finally make more money than JaMarcus Russell  (sanluisobispo.com) (34)
(ESPN)   Blackhawks reject quest for the Stanley Cup, They've already got one, you see. It's very nice  (sports.espn.go.com) (69)
(SFGate)   Normally the word 'nutcracker' conjures up images of ballerinas, Christmas, and dancing mice. Except when coach Mike Singletary uses it to name one of his training camp drills. "You're going to come out a new man"  (sfgate.com) (30)
(Daily Mail)   These Iranian rugby women would beat the fark out of you with headscarf  (dailymail.co.uk) (28)
(Life.com)   You're a chess player. Your fondest wish is to repeatedly punch your opponent in the face. You're welcome  (life.com) (14)
(The Local (Germany))   Germany wins FIFA world cup  (thelocal.de) (34)
(SLTrib)   Author suggests 'bowling alone' unhealthy, that after bad splits some people try to spare themselves further hurt by not striking up new friendships, risk ending up in gutter  (sltrib.com) (65)
(Westchester News Online)   Man to run 100 marathons in 140 days to draw attention to the fight against mental illness. No, not his own  (westchesternewsonline.com) (25)
(ESPN)   Carlos Silva discovers that pitching for the Cubs is not good for one's cardiac health  (sports.espn.go.com) (14)
(UPI)   This is exactly the reason why Canadians should never be allowed near a baseball field  (upi.com) (34)
(LiveLeak)   A major crash involving Busch, Sadler was barely caught on tape, with 35 laps to go at Pocono  (liveleak.com) (39)

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