You had to find girls who kept their mouths shut.– Former BYU quarterback Jim McMahon on skirting the BYU Honor Code that got basketball player Brandon Davies suspended this year.
One Columnists Take on Bryan Stow →
Most people who follow Major League Baseball have probably caught wind of what happened opening day at Dodgers Stadium. Now, less than twenty-four hours after a benefit was held at Chavez Ravine to raise money for the victim, Bryan Stow, one Pennsylvania columnist gives us his egregious take on the situation. —Christopher Pisar
Check out these Los Angeles Laker fans as they tell ESPN LA how they think their team will finish the season. Disclaimer: These predictions are completely objective and unbiased, or not. —Christopher Pisar
We were getting ready to take the team picture. I was sitting in one seat and...– Chris Paul, Hornets PG
Small Bet, Big Scare →
The Las Vegas Hilton sportsbook was sweating it a bit more than usual during Saturday’s Final Four match-up between Butler and VCU. Here’s why: It turns out that someone had placed a $10 bet on VCU winning the national title earlier in the season with 5,000 to 1 odds. Butler, on the other hand, had other plans ending VCU’s cinderella run, and that guys’ shot at 50k, with...
I’m a drug addict. I was in denial for a long time, but that’s who I...– Erik Ainge, New York Jets backup quarterback
Harvick Finds His Lucky Charm →
After losing to Jimmy Johnson in last year’s race at Fontana, Kevin Harvick had some choice words for the 48 team. Harvick said of Johnson after the race: “They’re really good, but they’re really, really lucky, too. Jimmie is a good friend mine, but there’s no denying how lucky they are. They have a golden horseshoe stuck up their a—.” So when he passed...
I think it’s probably natural. I guess we need to win more. Maybe we...– UConn Coach Geno Auriemma, who was disappointed by a half-empty arena for Tuesday’s home NCAA tournament game
There have been stories about who Tiger’s been banging since he left Elin...– a source close to the situation
Anaheim Admits Actively Pursuing Kings →
The city of Anaheim has acknowledged its pursuit of the Sacramento Kings franchise and is enticing them with a plan that includes $75 million dollars in bonds. If the Kings relocate their name is likely to be the Anaheim Royals, a nickname used in their previous stops in Rochester and Cincinnati. —Christopher Pisar