Quote of the Day

"We know that you rarely ever get a 90% approval rating. But to get a 90% non-approval rating was really surprising. It showed that we didn't connect with our fans in a way we wanted to."

-- Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany, admitting the conference may look at changing its "Legends" and "Leaders" division names (WGNRADIO.com, 12/16).

Friday December 17, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 68 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • UM Stadium Should Be Ready For Vikings Game

    Do you think the Vikings are ready to close the curtain on the ’10 season? What else can go wrong for the team that had such great hopes at the start of the season? Monday’s game scheduled for TCF Bank Stadium is the latest in a list of difficult challenges that have faced the team, its front office and its fans this season. Monday’s mix of the outdoor cold climate, fewer seats and a no-alcohol policy makes some wonder why any fan would even attend this game, so it will be interesting to see the type of lines that form three hours before kickoff for the first-come, first-served seats. But it is also the condition of the field that has drawn major scrutiny, as it should, from players and their union leadership. Bears CB Charles Tillman perhaps sums up the feeling for all the players when he says, “If the field is frozen, who the hell wants to play on that?”

  • Ring Leaders 
    USOC appoints five new BOD members, maps out a budget for '11 expected to be in line with '09.

    Walking In A Winter Wonderland?
    FIFA's Sepp Blatter "definitely" supports moving '22 Qatar World Cup out of summer months.

    Reset The Shot Clock
    Citi reaching out to original Pistons bidders after Davidson, Ilitch hit "major impasse."

    Road To Redemption
    Is Mike Vick's local ad gone viral a sign that No. 7's marketability is on the comeback trail?

    No Turning Back Now
    Capitals wary of HBO crews catching them at a bad time, falsely depicting a team environment that is "always doom and gloom."

    Bill Of Rights 
    Hancock counters Cuban's college football playoff idea, citing university support for BCS.

    Off The Beaten Track
    U.S. Bobsled Federation debuting corporate logos on sleds for the first time this weekend.

    Weekend At Terry's
    IndyCar's Angstadt tells THE DAILY about his plans for the next few days in Indianapolis.

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