Oh man, do white people suck.
Geek & Sci-Fi
Today is slow and crappy and everyone with a decent job has the day off, which means that we need to spice things up a little bit around here.
I suppose this isn't exactly "sports" "news," but the presence of a motorcycle is close enough to motor sports for me to justify it (see also: hummina).
I suppose new jet pack records aren't technically sports news, but if you don't want to read about people in jet packs flying over gorges, F-CK YOU.
Today is crazy slow in sports news, which means it's time to start mining the NHL for video of hockey fights.
Late last month, New York sports pundit Mike Francesca chose to televise its game feeds unavailable to other networks, leading expert bloviator Keith Olbermann to name Francesca "the worst person in the world" on his November 7th show.
All right, news cycle: I don't like you, and you don't like me.
Welp, nothing's really going on today, which is a step up from non-stop Mitchell Report news, but not as fun as lot of stories about high school coaches being sexual predators.
Good news (maybe) for Boston fans: 40-year-old starting pitcher Curt Schilling has signed a one-year deal to remain a Red Sox.
This clip of an Iranian striker celebrating his goal by pulling down his shorts comes from The Offiside, and even though I knew he was going to take off his pants, I still laughed when I saw it.
SPORTSbyBROOKS points out that super-wealthy dude/toupee-wearer Stan Kroenke, who (with the help of marrying into Wal-Mart money) owns the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalance, the MLS's Colorado Rapids, and part of the St.