Quote of the Day

"We aren't capable of handling this. I'm not too proud to say it -- this is too much for us."
-- Florida Gulf Coast Univ. SID Patrick Pierson, on the influx of media requests the school has gotten since advancing to the Sweet 16. (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 3/26)
Tuesday March 26, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 138 Print This Issue

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  • To The Victors Go The Spoils

    Nike drew criticism for its social media ad congratulating Woods

    A Nike Facebook and Twitter post featuring Tiger Woods and the caption "Winning takes care of everything" has drawn "criticism for perceived insensitivity about Woods' divorce," according to Todd Wasserman of MASHABLE.com. Woods became the No. 1 player in the world with his win yesterday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and taking his "domestic situation into account, some fans found that Nike Golf's exultant message celebrating the feat was off-pitch." While the comments on Nike's Facebook page "appeared to be mostly positive, some fans also took issue" ( MASHABLE.com, 3/25 ). Woods' win was discussed on the "Today's Professionals" segment of NBC's "Today," and Willie Geist noted the “question now is, are golf fans -- men an ...

  • In The Knick Of Time

    MSG Sports hires longtime Mets exec Dave Howard to run the business for Knicks, Rangers.

  • Crowning Achievement

    The family that founded Qualcomm joins Sacramento's bid group for the NBA Kings.

  • Discount Dining

    The Red Sox hope offers on concessions in April will draw fans back at the season's outset.

  • Dangling The Bait

    Can a political consulting firm help the Dolphins land public funds for stadium renovations?

  • The Boys Are Having At It

    NASCAR is seeing an upswing in interest this year, partially due to off-track skirmish.

  • Sunny Side Up

    Florida Gulf Coast Univ. fielding unprecedented requests for gear, media appearances.

  • Shakedown Street

    Sportiqe is releasing a line of T-shirts combining the Grateful Dead and the NBA.

  • Who's On Deck?

    Will MLB clubhouses be the first to support an openly gay player in major professional sports?

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