Quote of the Day

"I was fast since I popped out, pretty much.”

-- Gold Medal-winning sprinter Usain Bolt, when asked by Kelly Ripa when he began running fast ("Live with Regis & Kelly," 9/26).

Friday September 26, 2008 Vol. 15 — No. 11 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Brewers' Playoff Chase To Get Wide Coverage

    The final weekend of the MLB regular season is shaping up to be a sprint to the finish. With the Mets and Brewers tied in the wild card standings heading into their final three games, Fox will deliver Cubs-Brewers as its primary game Saturday. But the net is putting the Mets on the bench in favor of Yankees-Red Sox regional coverage. Speaking of the Cubs, the team, along with cross-town rival White Sox, is making fewer postseason tickets available to the public than in recent years. The Rays continue to celebrate their first ever opportunity to play October baseball, with both Tampa and St. Pete planning to honor the club’s playoff debut in a variety of ways. On the other end of the spectrum, talk in DC continues to revolve around the Nationals drawing the fewest fans to a new ballpark in more than 25 years.

  • Charlotte's Web
    Bobcats cut as many as 40 jobs in major reorganization effort aimed at cutting costs.

    Loading Up The RV
    Ubiquitous NASCAR sponsor Camping World nears deal for naming rights of truck series.

    Star Ledger
    Jerry Jones & co. responsible for all remaining Cowboys stadium bills after Arlington reaches its $325M spending limit.

    Extra Points 
    ESPN's "MNF" coverage up 18%, CBS' NFL games coverage up 5% through Week Three.

    Preparing A Game Plan
    Goodell addresses the future of the NFL's looming CBA talks, broadcasting rights.

    Turnover On Downs 
    The Lions vow to remain focused on this season, though Millen's "mess might linger for years."

    Grin & Bear It 
    UCLA AD Guerrero assumes more oversight of football marketing amid response to recent ads.

    Keeping It Reel
    THE DAILY chats with Fox NFL analyst and former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson.

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