MAYBE NEXT YEAR
The Ogden Raptors fielded nationwide media heat after word got out of a possible “Hourglass Appreciation Night,” featuring 18 women “whose curves rival those of any stud pitching prospect.”
Team president Dave Baggott said the event was never approved nor scheduled and won’t happen.
“Does this mean our family reunion is off?” said the Kardashians.
Kyle Whittingham has signed another contract extension with the Utes.
Sources say negotiations went smoothly.
Whittingham’s only suggestion was replacing the phrase “valid through the year 2020” in the old contract with “Till death do us part.”
Whittingham has held his job at the same school longer than all but two other FBS coaches.
But given the turnover rate, that could mean he’s only been there long enough to memorize the access code to the football center.
The New York Mets disciplined their mascot internally after it flashed an obscene gesture during a game at Citi Field.
Here’s guessing the sanctions weren’t terribly tough. Since the Mets lost 7-1, the mascot probably wasn’t the only person in the stadium doing it.
An artist in Cleveland sculpted a LeBron James bust made of dryer lint.
Also found in the sculpture were two bobby pins and three unmatched socks.
Cheerleading is pushing for Olympic sport status. Which may or may not have anything to do with a high school cheerleader keeping her uniform, but telling police it had been stolen.
Said Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “She was released from jail after posting bond of two bits, four bits, six bits, $5,000.”
Draymond Green is becoming the new Dennis Rodman with his facial expressions, crowd-baiting and flagrant fouls.
All he needs to do now is dye his hair green, crash a motorcycle, date Madonna, head-butt a ref, groin-kick a photographer, marry himself, appoint himself a diplomat to North Korea OK, he’s not Rodman.
Unable to get a flight, Buffalo Bills cornerback Shareece Wright took an Uber from Chicago to Buffalo so he could attend a voluntary practice.
The total cost of the ride was $932.08, counting a $300 tip.
Here’s hoping he’s half as dedicated at getting to his spots on zone coverage.
An Ohio prep star said on Twitter he’d sign with Ohio State if he got 100,000 retweets.
Remember football’s simpler days when all it took was a couple of boosters to buy a kid a car?