- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 1, 2008


”Now, I’ll say I like the Yankees and the Cowboys, but that has nothing to do with the Cavaliers.”

- LeBron James, who continues to insist he wants to remain in Cleveland.


Al Davis

Crypt keeper emerges from an undisclosed black hole to announce what’s next for his troubled Raiders franchise.

Brett Favre

The Jets’ savior reminded the team’s beleaguered fans why they traded for him, throwing six touchdown passes in Sunday’s win.

Joe Torre

Torre’s in the baseball playoffs with his new team - and Manny Ramirez, of all people - while the Yankees remain home.

Bob Stoops

His Sooners are No. 1 in college football by default, thanks to losses by USC, Georgia and Florida.

Tony Mandarich

Stop the presses: The former “Incredible Bulk” used steroids in the 1980s. Do the Packers get their money back?


1. Terrell Owens finally lost his cool and went after Tony Romo.

2. The Raiders fired coach Lane Kiffin.

3. USC got upset by a huge underdog in Pac 10 play.

4. Former football player Tony Mandarich admitted he used steroids .

5. The New York Mets folded and missed the playoffs.

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