Quote of the Day
"I know two people who use Twitter: People who are starved for attention and people who are voyeurs."-- N.Y. Post sports media writer Phil Mushnick, on the social media forum. ("SportsNite Special: The Year in Sports,” SportsNet N.Y., 12/15.)
Jockey Thursday launched “the $1 Million Super Challenge sweepstakes,” betting that the Broncos and brand endorser, QB Tim Tebow, “will win the Super Bowl.” If the Broncos win the Super Bowl on Feb. 5, Jockey "will give away $1 million worth of Jockey products spread among 40,000 fans.”
Coverage of NCAA championships will remain with ESPN through the '23-24 season.
Clippers sell out season tickets behind addition of Chris Paul.
NBA defends out-of-market TV package price amid criticism.
AEG will look to sell its stake in MLS Dynamo after the team's new stadium opens in May.
Bridgestone signs naming-rights extension to Predators arena.
IndyCar investigation shows "perfect storm" led to Dan Wheldon's death at LVMS.
Want to watch your favorite teams on TV? It'll cost you.
NFL players vote Cris Collinsworth their least favorite broadcaster.
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