Quote of the Day

"Good for the San Jose mayor. I hope he's addressing the city's problems more accurately than he did that."
-- MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, answering a question at the IMG World Congress of Sports about San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's comment this week that "a snail could have made it from Oakland to San Jose in two years." (THE DAILY)
Wednesday March 30, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 138 Print This Issue

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  • No More Party Favors

    The NCAA yesterday said that it "could revoke the Fiesta Bowl's license to operate," and BCS Exec Dir Bill Hancock said that the "misconduct and possible illegal activity disclosed in the bowl's internal investigation could kick the game out of the lucrative BCS," according to Craig Harris of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC . Hancock: "The BCS group takes this matter very seriously and will consider whether they (Fiesta Bowl) keep a BCS bowl game, and we will consider other appropriate sanctions. If the bowl does remain a BCS bowl, its handling of things will be closely monitored going forward." Hancock said that he has "appointed a seven-member task force to review the Fiesta Bowl's report." The Fiesta Bowl "has a contract to be a member of ...

  • Is This The Rainy Day?

    NFLPA utilizing lockout fund to pay eligible players beginning April 15.

  • Sounds Familiar

    NBPA considers suit over TV deals in event of a lockout.

  • Coronation Ceremony

    Anaheim approves $75M bond deal; Kings move imminent?

  • Long-Haul Flight

    JetBlue gets naming rights to Red Sox' new Spring Training facility.

  • Marketing Boost

    Huge Carmelo billboard unveiled in N.Y. as part of new deal with Boost Mobile.

  • Life On The Range

    Chuck Greenberg reflects on short-lived tenure in MLB.

  • Any Press Is Good Press?

    Preakness officials debut controversial "Kegasus" character.

  • Conference Call

    10th annual IMG World Congress of Sports kicks off in Miami.

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