Quote of the Day
"What does that say about the Olympics if we're talking about Bob Costas' runny eyes?"-– CSN Bay Area's Jim Kozimor, on the lack of big moments so far at the Sochi Games. ("Yahoo Sports Talk Live," CSN Bay Area, 2/19)
Ravens RB Ray Rice's image yesterday might have "suffered severe damage -- the kind from which it might never recover" -- following "two devastating media developments," according to David Zurawik of the Baltimore SUN. It started with TMZ "releasing video from an Atlantic City casino early in the day, and was followed by publication of a summons saying that Rice hit his fiancee with his hand 'rendering her unconscious' at the casino Saturday night." The TMZ video "showed Rice and his fiancee trying to exit an elevator at the casino." She "looks to be unconscious and falls to the floor with her feet still in the elevator, while he tries to drag her out into the hallway." ESPN led off its 6:00pm ET version of "SportsCenter" with news of the R ...
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