Quote of the Day

"You have to be careful even though there’s an issue here. Let’s say I’ll Have Another wins the Triple Crown, and there’s O’Neill standing there. … Would you ask Richard Nixon about Watergate while he was descending the steps of the church after one of his daughter's wedding?"
-- NBC's Bob Costas, acknowledging he would handle questions directed to I’ll Have Another trainer Doug O’Neill on his suspension during the pre-race rather than in the possible winner’s circle at the Belmont Stakes. ("The Jim Rome Show," 5/31)
Friday June 1, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 185 Print This Issue

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  • Roger That

    Godsick leaving IMG after he was reportedly unable to reach new contract

    Tony Godsick has resigned from IMG, and his main client, Roger Federer, is no longer under contract with the agency, IMG Senior VP/Corporate Communications Jim Gallagher said. Gallagher offered no reason for the departures. Godsick has been an agent at IMG for 19 years, and Federer a client for nearly a decade, during which time he became the world’s top paid tennis endorser. “Roger is an icon in the world of sports, a gentleman, a terrific guy, a great champion and we have been honored and proud to have served him for so many years with incredible success,” Gallagher said. “And we look forward to working with Roger again in the future, we hope.” He added of Godsick, “Tony is a great guy and we thank him ...

  • English Patient

    Nike plans to divest itself of Cole Haan and Umbro, which sponsors the English national soccer team.

  • What's In Your Wallet?

    Capital One signs four-year naming rights deal for English League Cup.

  • Feline Feast

    Bobcats offering some season-ticket holders free '13-14 seats.

  • It Just Looks Bad

    While unfounded claims of a fixed lottery grow, one columnist says the NBA "brought this on itself."

  • Nice Catch

    NBC signs former Steelers WR Hines Ward as analyst for NFL, college football coverage.

  • White Wash

    Despite winning start to season, White Sox are not drawing crowds.

  • Brotherly Love

    Sixers CEO takes to Twitter to thank fans, team for support.

  • Field Pass

    Highlights from the '12 Intersport Activation Summit include an interview with Roger Goodell.

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