- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 15, 2008


Milwaukee and Golden State playing in China probably seemed like a better idea when Yi was still on the Bucks. 8 a.m., ESPN Classic


Adam Jones

His return to the NFL lasted all of six weeks before a scuffle landed him back in Roger Goodell’s doghouse - and earned him an indefinite suspension.

Roy Williams

The Dallas Cowboys lost Jones and their quarterback, Tony Romo, then dulled today’s pain with a big deadline deal for the former Texas wideout.


Panic officially has set in in Foxborough, with fans souring on the 3-2 Patriots and Tom Brady’s unknown backup, Matt Cassel.

Tommy Bowden

A wise member of our First Down staff once said Clemson could go unbeaten. That was before their ex-coach led them to an opening-weekend loss.

Matt Stairs

The erstwhile “professional hitter” made a big postseason splash for the Phillies in Game 4 of the NLCS, giving them a 3-1 series lead with his pinch-hit homer.


An excerpt from Thom Loverro’s blog, Lovey Land.

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