UConn wins NCAA Women's Championship: A dominant UConn team wins its 8th national championship with a 33 point margin of victory. Coach Geno Auriemma tied legendary Tennessee head coach Pat Summitt for most titles. Freshman Breanna Stewart looks like a force to be reckoned with for years to come.
Would You Rather Win Silver Or Bronze? (Be Careful What You Wish For): "If you set aside the happy people who win gold and look only at the people who come in second and third, it's the men and women with bronze medals who invariably look happier than the athletes who won silver."
Yankees belt three grand slams in a single game: The first time this has ever happened. They blew out the hapless A's 22 to 9.
Connecticut wins NCAA Women's Tournament: 78 consecutive wins. Two consecutive undefeated seasons.
Jets beat Bengals for second time in two weeks.: Advance to face the Chargers.
25 Things We Miss In Football: Also, stay off my lawn, you lousy kids.
Chargers Beat Colts, 28-24,: and move on to face the Patriots next week.
Jonathan Papelbon's dog eats World Series winning baseball. : ESPN's brief coverage of a toothsome story of a Boston terrier named Boss, his master and a baseball that has seen better days.
New Panthers QB: Vinny Testaverde.: The 1986 Heisman Trophy winner joins his seventh team. At 43, he will be the oldest QB currently playing, though not the oldest QB ever. That honor goes to the legendary George Blanda who played until he was 48.
Jim : "Pud" Galvin (1856-1902) was baseball's first 300 win pitcher. He was also one of the first players to use performance enhancing chemicals. Specifically, monkey testosterone, called the "elixir of Brown-Sequard."
Coach Offers Kid Money to Bean Autistic Player: A youth baseball coach accused of offering an 8-year-old money to bean an autistic teammate so he couldn't play was sentenced Thursday to one to six years in prison.
Vote For Santana: Clinton Portis, who recently got some flack for taking himself out of Washington's recent victory of Jacksonville, is doing press conferences as characters again. This week, he's a Napoleon Dynamite parody named Dolemite Jenkins.