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Posted by wct6 on June 18, 2007

NFL players continue to ride motorcycles, and unfortunately, they continue to crash them.  Kellen Winslow, Ben Roethlisberger, and now LaVar Arrington. Speaking of which, where did Arrington’s career go wrong?  At Penn State, he was the best LB we had ever seen.  Now, just a few years later he can’t make an NFL roster (The FanHouse) 

Brett Hull, whom we actually thought was pretty good, was given the axe by NBC (Awful Announcing)

 Unfortunately, we may have to turn the “days since someone in Pacman Jones’ entourage shot at someone at a strip club” counter back down to zero (The Big Lead) 

We love golf as much as anyone, but what does it say about a sport when the guy who looks like he could be a decathlete gets beaten by the fat guy burning heaters all day? (The Star-Telegram) 

And speaking of golf, there is a sentiment floating around that Tiger Woods has “lost his magic.”  First of all, I don’t think that Aaron Baddeley would agree.  Baddeley, Woods’ playing partner Sunday, entered the final round alone in first place.  While playing alongside Tiger, Baddely proceeded to triple-bogey himself out of the lead on the first hole, and went on to shoot an 80.  Secondly, if any other golfer on earth had finished second in the first two majors of the season, and was working on a stretch when his finishes in major championships dating back to mid 2005 were 1st, 4th, 3rd, missed cut, 1st, 1st, 2nd, 2nd, we don’t think anyone would be questioning his “magic.” (Baltimore Sun) 

We hate all things related to this society’s obsession with American Idol.  So you can imagine our response when we heard that somebody named Jordin Sparks may sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl (The FanHouse) 

From the “not a minute too soon” department, the Orioles have fired Sam Perlozzo.  If Joe Girardi is smart he will steer clear (ESPN.com)

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