Quote of the Day

"Are you kidding me? Like nobody ever said ‘Light You Up’ before Robert Griffin? Why doesn’t he trademark one of those Subway sandwiches?"
-- ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser, on Redskins QB Robert Griffin III applying to trademark several phrases, including "Light You Up." ("PTI," ESPN, 12/20)
Friday December 21, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 75 Print This Issue

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  • Wagons Circled

    If the Bills leave Buffalo before the lease is up, they will be levied with a $400M fee

    New York state, Erie County and the Bills “have struck a final deal” for a 10-year lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium with a “hefty relocation penalty if the Bills leave,” according to sources cited by Tom Precious of the BUFFALO NEWS. The agreement, which was formally announced Friday morning, comes “after months of secret meetings between the sides over what officials have described as complex terms involving a team whose owner, Ralph Wilson, has made past commitments to stay in Buffalo but is getting old and has had health problems in the past year or so.” The Bills have a “one-time chance to leave during that time -- after the seventh year of the contract -- without a financial penalty.” I ...

  • All In Favor Say Aye

    NHL players' vote to disclaim interest expected to pass.

  • Taking A Time Out

    ESPN suspends Parker 30 days for racial comments on RGIII.

  • Meet And Greet

    USOC to begin meeting with cities interested in bidding to host future Olympics.

  • Leaving Las Vegas

    Maaco will not renew its sponsorship of the the Las Vegas Bowl after this year.

  • Double-Edged Sword

    Nike's Q2 profit drops 18% after selling off Umbro, Cole Haan.

  • Lost Yardage

    Majority of nets see decline in regular-season CFB audience.

  • New Year's Resolution

    NBA TV to expand original programming on heels of record-setting growth in '12.

  • Junior Mints

    The No. 88 takes three of the top four spots on the year-end NASCAR die-cast sales list.

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