Quote of the Day
"Since Mike Lombardi and I are Moe and Larry, we set out to find Curly -- and we succeeded."-- Browns CEO Joe Banner, on the hiring of Mike Pettine as the team’s new coach. A reporter following the firing of former coach Rob Chudzinski asked if the team was run by the Three Stooges. (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 1/24)
Three U.S. bobsledders said that Lolo Jones was "given the third and final brakeman spot on the Olympic team because of her fame (and her followers)," according to Kelly Whiteside of USA TODAY. Katie Eberling, who was in the running for the third and final spot that Jones received, said that there was "an agenda to put Jones on the team." She added, "I feel this year there was a certain agenda. It's no fault of my teammates. There's been a lot of inconsistencies and that makes you wonder what's going on. It's not right." Neither Eberling nor Emily Azevedo, who also missed out on an Olympic spot, "fault Jones for what they say is an unfair selection process." Eberling: "I know she didn't pick herself. I know she's not the one to be blamed." ...
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