Quote of the day
"Returners like myself will become obsolete. Teams wonít have no need for a Josh Cribbs [or] a Devin Hester to play in the football league." -- Cleveland Browns RB Josh Cribbs, on the NFL rule changes regarding kickoffs
Still no launch of the RotoHog salary cap baseball game, at least as far as I can tell. Word has it that the game will be accessible only through Facebook this year, and until I see the interface, I donít even know if Iíll be providing statistical data for it this season.
The NCAA has admitted that the refs erred in calling the backcourt violation against Syracuse in the final minute of their
second third round game against Marquette. The game was tied at that time, and Marquette then held the ball for 22 seconds before making what turned out to be the game-deciding 3-pointer. Sucks for Syracuse Ė although they still had 30 seconds to turn it around.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational tees off tomorrow morning. The originally announced field has remained very stable this week, with Mike Weir being the only one to withdraw, due to a wrist injury. Must be the Arnold effect. (Thatís Palmer, not Ziffel.)