Quote of the Day

"They’re closer to good than bad, so I’ll give them a 6. I was expecting about a 2."

Golfer Mark Calcavecchia, on the conditions of the greens at the PGA Tour Championship this week near Atlanta (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 9/12).

Wednesday September 12, 2007 Vol. 14 — No. 1 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Belichick, Pats Feel The Heat
    As if off-field conduct, retired player benefits and revenue disparity issues were not enough to keep him busy, Roger Goodell is facing another major challenge, this time centered around one of the NFL's marquee franchises. It seems that the Patriots were caught red-handed videotaping the hand signals of Jets defensive coaches, a clear violation of league rules that Goodell is reported to have emphatically warned teams about this offseason. The situation pits Goodell against one of the league's most influential owners as well as one of its most highly-visible coaches. 

  • Double Down 
    ESPN’s “MNF” doubleheader continues downward ratings trend for NFL's Week One primetime games.

    Personal Fouls 
    Former Knicks exec Anucha Browne Sanders' testimony in harassment suit paints Isiah Thomas as racist, verbally abusive boss.

    Whoa, Daddy
    Go Daddy inks multi-million dollar deal with ESPN to sponsor college football broadcasts.

    Wrong Turn 
    San Jose Grand Prix becomes latest casualty on Champ Car World Series. 

    Killing His Spirit 
    Appeals court rules Hawks, Thrashers co-Owner Steve Belkin cannot buy out fellow owners.

    Playing Through
    Bearing Point strengthens golf position by replacing Nissan as title sponsor of L.A.-area PGA Tour event.

    Judd And The Jury
    One report says actress wife sees safety as the reason Dario Franchitti should move from IRL to NASCAR.

    Everything’s Bigger In Texas 
    Bob McNair and wife, Janice, donating $100M to the Baylor College of Medicine.

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