Quote of the Day

I’m frankly tired of talking about it right now."

-- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, when asked about suspended Cowboys CB Pacman Jones ("Mike & Mike in the Morning," ESPN2, 10/24).

Friday October 24, 2008 Vol. 15 — No. 29 Print This Issue

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  • All The World's A Stage

    Two big events are taking place this weekend that continue to show the globe is becoming smaller when discussing world-class sports. The Chargers and Saints square off Sunday in the NFL’s second venture to the U.K. for a regular-season game, something NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell calls a “very important step” in the league’s development as a brand in Europe. He also mentions that there may be more than one game held across the pond in years to come. But while the game is a sell out, there is a considerable lack of buzz on the streets of London compared to last season’s debut. One columnist notes the NFL “isn’t on everybody’s mind, not even this week.” There is, however, excitement in Santa Anita, where the Breeders' Cup kicks off amid the "biggest shake-up in the 25-year history" of the event. The two days of racing will be held on a new synthetic surface and will feature a large number of European entrants.

  • October Road 
    Fox earns 8.1/13 final rating for Game Two, down considerably from last two years; Selig considers postseason schedule changes.

    Setting Up Camp
    Camping World's seven-year title sponsorship brings stability to NASCAR's Truck Series.

    Playing Nice 
    Tim Leiweke approves Beckham transfer to AC Milan in hopes he will be more likely to return.

    Welcome Back
    David Stern meets with media on eve of season, discusses economy, playing overseas.

    Construction Crew
    Brewers plan Miller Park upgrades, including remodeled luxury suites, for '09 season.

    Taking A Pound-ing 
    LOCOG officials continue to deplete contingency fund as economy dents private investments.

    They Call Me The Wanderer
    Bolton Chair calls for EPL restructuring to potentially eliminate relegation. 

    On Location 
    THE DAILY catches up with ESPN sideline reporter, Internet sensation Erin Andrews.

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