Quote of the Day

"We've taken away one of the arguments some people have. They don't need to stay home."
-- Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage, on the track’s new video board as a response to fans saying they would rather watch on TV. (USA TODAY, 9/24)
Tuesday September 24, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 9 Print This Issue

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  • The Name Game

    Allen would wear "Jesus Shuttlesworth" on the back of his nickname jersey

    Some Heat players have been told that the NBA is considering having them and the Nets "wear 'nickname jerseys' in at least one of their four matchups this season," according to Tim Reynolds of the AP. The NBA has "not announced the plan, but teams apparently have been aware of the likelihood of it happening for at least several weeks." For now, only the Heat and the Nets "would be taking part." It is unclear "how many times those teams would wear the nickname jerseys, or if they would ever wear them against other opponents." Heat G Ray Allen "plans to wear" Jesus Shuttlesworth on his jersey. Players were "asked to submit what names they would want on the jerseys." Heat F LeBron James is "expected to wear 'King James.'" Heat G Dwyane Wade "w ...

  • Grand Bargain?

    Source: NFL taking new approach to possible 18-game schedule.

  • If You're Gonna Play In texas

    Texas Motor Speedway announces plans for the largest video board in the U.S.

  • No Time Like The Present

    Emmert anticipates changes to D-I sports within the next year.

  • Diesel Fuel

    Shaquille O'Neal becomes an investor with his former nemesis -- the NBA Kings.

  • Foreign Affairs

    Wembley Stadium says it's ready to house NFL team as league revisits idea of 18-game season.

  • Home Field Advantage

    FedEx stands by Redskins deal despite nickname issue.

  • Star Of The Show

    Cowboys' DeMarcus Ware seen as an ideal pitchman for a slew of companies.

  • A League Of Their Own

    NCAA women's hoops tourney could be facing major changes.

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