"You're on probation now for saying that" – ESPN's Chris Fowler, after Lee Corso said "bitching" twice while discussing whether Nebraska coach Bo Pelini should be disciplined after a recently released, profanity-laced rant ("College GameDay," ESPN, 9/21).
"Do we still trust Bill Belichick?" – Headline of Boston Globe Sunday Magazine (THE DAILY).
"We simply celebrated winning the division. The stadium was basically empty, and we went and jumped in the pool and came on back" – Dodgers 3B Michael Young, on some of the team jumping into Chase Field's pool after clinching the NL West on Thursday (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 9/22).
"We won't forget it" – D’Backs GM Kevin Towers, responding to the Dodgers' celebration (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 9/22).
"I'm just going to be on radio. I have no reason to be on TV. I don't deserve to be there. I'm not going to intrude on the fellas who have been working TV. No, no, I'm not going to go near TV" – Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, on his postseason plans (ESPNLA.com, 9/20).
"Understand one thing: No team is moving to Los Angeles unless it's the team the league wants in Los Angeles" – CBSSN's Amy Trask, on the NFL's potential return to the city ("That Other Pregame Show," CBSSN, 9/22).
"If this is Pittsburgh or New England, he doesn't play -- not even a question" – CBSSN's Bart Scott, on 49ers LB Aldon Smith being allowed to play today, two days after DUI and marijuana charges ("That Other Pregame Show," CBSSN, 9/22).
"Do they want an arm? What are they looking for" – Michael Waltrip, on the continued criticism he has received after his NASCAR Sprint Cup team's manipulation scandal at Richmond Int'l Raceway (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 9/21).