Smith Center, Kansas?: I don't know where it is, but they play some monster high school football there. 72 points in the first quarter on the way to an 86-0 win. The team has outscored their opponents this year 640-0.
McKinney was Lakers' fall guy: My only recollections of Showtime had Pat Riley on the bench. I didn't realize what a sad series of events put him there. Quite a touching story.
After Hard Day's Work, Some Late Night TV: "Most contending baseball teams spend the summer looking like mechanics in stirrups. Then comes September, when the masks are stripped and the human beings are revealed." A peek into a clubhouse in the midst of a playoff race. BugMeNot: email@example.com/bugmenot
Steve Nash: End of an Hair-a: Nash takes a set of clippers (no pun intended) to his flowing do. Now, will he be able to play through it, or will it have a Samson-like effect on his game?
What are the odds: a seagull would choose this exact moment to land on the field in this exact spot?
ESPN's 2006 Baseball Predictions: Day-by-day predictions for the 2006 MLB season. Long, but there's some funny stuff in there.
Ronny Turiaf set to join Lakers: "Ronny Turiaf is set to join the Los Angeles Lakers less than six months after undergoing open-heart surgery."
'They want it to be a thinking game instead of a football game': The Steelers' Joey Porter has a real problem with combining football and thinking. He probably doesn't appreciate all those thinkin' types like coaches and coordinators hanging around on the sidelines.
I'll bet he's a formidable chess opponent.