Quote of the Day

"This city is big enough to deal with three soccer teams. In London, they've got seven or eight. I say bring it on."
-- NASL N.Y. Cosmos Chair Seamus O'Brien, on the team competing with the Red Bulls and a future MLS expansion team in the city. (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 1/17)
Thursday January 17, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 89 Print This Issue

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  • Trick Play

    Te'o and his family were depicted by Notre Dame as the victims of the hoax

    Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick held a “hastily called" press conference last night to tell the school's side of the story that LB Manti Te'o's deceased girlfriend actually did not exist, according to a front-page piece by Eric Hansen of the SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE. However, the 39-minute press conference and the "singular source" of Swarbrick "weren't nearly enough to connect all the dots in what is now being characterized as a hoax in which Notre Dame casts Te'o and his family as victims, and Deadspin.com, which broke the story, paints the All-American and Heisman Trophy runner-up as a likely co-conspirator."  Swarbrick went through a timeline of events on when the school was informed of the story and said that the gap between when Te' ...

  • Unlucky '13

    Reports have no NFL team moving to L.A. until at least '14.

  • I Am The Cosmos

    The NASL N.Y. Cosmos unveil plans for a 25,000-seat soccer stadium.

  • Geography Lesson

    San Diego State spurns the Big East, says it will remain in the Mountain West for football.

  • Fuzzy Math

    Overestimation of revenue from new ballpark largely the reason for Marlins slashing payroll.

  • Penalty Kick

    News Corp. reportedly may rebrand Fox Soccer as a non-sports channel.

  • Into The Wild

    Despite the lockout, the Wild draw more than 13,000 fans for an intrasquad game.

  • On A Rampage

    Rampage Jackson fights UFC to wear Reebok in octagon.

  • All About The Benjamins

    Harvey Benjamin reflects on his role as NBA Exec Counsel.

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