NEWSMAKERS WHO'S MAKING HEADLINES THIS WEEK
Monday night's battering of the Broncos was made possible by his three touchdown passes -- and Kyle Orton's three picks.
The NBA's all-time leading scorer is being treated for a rare form of leukemia. Fortunately, his prognosis going forward looks good.
Cincinnati's backup quarterback was handed the reins when Tony Pike went down. Pike is ready, but Collaros will start vs. West Virginia.
Marat Safin thinks Agassi should give up his titles and winnings after admitting to drug use. Sure, Marat, just make sure you're clean.
She rallied from last place to beat male counterparts in the Breeders' Cup Classic and likely claim horse of the year honors.
TWT FIVE MEMBERS OF THE 2010 HOCKEY HALL OF FAME CLASS
A few days after the 2009 class was inducted, here's an early prediction for 2010:
1. Eric Lindros -- Though he didn't live up to the "Next One" expectations, he was one of the dominant players of his era.
2. Pavel Bure -- He only played 702 regular-season games in the NHL, but he scored 437 goals.
3. Doug Gilmour -- He racked up 1,414 points in 20 seasons, so this is the year to get him in already.
4. Dino Ciccarelli -- He might not be thought of as a Hall of Famer, but the ex-Capitals winger deserves a look.
5. Cammi Granato -- With women eligible for the first time, Granato should be the first in.
HE SAID WHAT?
"How can that be, ya'll? It was crazy. They called me for a charge on a flop, a push off when the defender was on me and two fouls on blocked shots."
-- Dwight Howard's blog comments that led to a $15,000 fine