A Pair of Pre-Thanksgiving Turkeys

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Name Games

Two players who play two different sports for two different teams situated on two different continents are changing their NOBs — ostensibly for two very different reasons. In the end, though, the reasons are essentially the same.

Let’s start in the NFL, where 49ers safety Donte Whitner announced yesterday that he’s changing his . . . → Read More: Name Games

Situation, Odd

Paul here, serving on weekend duty while Phil takes a well-earned break.

Rare sight at last night’s SMU/Texas Tech game, as Mustangs running back Prescott Line was sporting FIOB with the initial appearing after his surname.

Even weirder, there’s no other Line on the SMU roster, so why did he have an . . . → Read More: Situation, Odd

If It Can Happen to Gretzky, It Can Happen to Anyone

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve tried to stay up late and watch the Mets when they play on the west coast. And ever since I was a kid, I’ve usually ended up falling asleep on the sofa in the middle of the game.

That’s what happened to me last night. When . . . → Read More: If It Can Happen to Gretzky, It Can Happen to Anyone