Brett Favre threw his team's playoff chances right into the arms of the Miami Dolphins, giving them the AFC East title while keeping the 11-5 New England Patriots out of the playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys have fallen behind by... let's see now... 312098398219031-3 at the end of the third. Baltimore and Miami continue to battle for the remaining AFC spots.
The Detroit Lions showed true devotion to the perfectly awful cause today while the rest of the NFL North showed why they should consider CFL applications. Or maybe KFC applications.
The New York Times would love to sell their state in the Boston Red Sox, but easier said than done.
Tom Brady and Gisele awaiting MRI results? NHL awaiting winter in Chicago? Browns awaiting football genie to grant wishes?
The recently-former coach of the Walpole (MA) High state champion football team and former NFL player turned himself in to authorities in Tuscon after being accused of raping a Walpole High student-athlete.
UFC 92 left Forrest Griffin looking for answers, Frank Mir looking for ways to slip "interim" off his new title, and Wanderlei Silva looking for hints about who the President is.
Your non-NFL vegetation fertilizer (hint: not a lot of options)...
Weather threatens in Buffalo and Houston (despite the dome), Detroit threatens to actually play, and Ed Hochuli threatens to be mentioned no less than 87 times tonight.
Emmitt speaks (we think), Adam Dunn doesn't sign, the Thunder gets the nickelodeon treatment (doo doo doo doo doo doo DOO doo), and the Stars give up on selling the on-ice product.
Two double-overtime games, one overtime game, and one game apiece where either offense or defense was played in the L last night.
We talk about all of Saturday's bowls without once mentioning the title sponsors. Take that, we say!
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In which we provide today's convenient excuse to drink alone at 8:30 in the morning.
UFC 92 has more than its fair share of heavy-hitting heavyweight bouts tonight, including former stars, current stars, and those wishing to switch stations between the two.
York College has been sued by three former wrestlers for letting a herpes type 1 carrier wrestle on the team and spreading his special gift to everyone.