Jay Mariotti: The AOL columnist and Around the Horn fixture still hasn’t broken his silence since his arrest last weekend, but his employers have – his column has been “suspended” and he won’t be appearing on ESPN next week when ATH returns to the air. The guess here is that he’ll lose both of his jobs and he’ll go back to the radio. For those of you thinking someone may snatch him up as a columnist … when was his last scoop? His last thought-provoking columns? The last quality interview he conducted? For shits and giggles, please see this brilliant collection of Mariotti flip-flop columns from 2004-2005. When the wind changes direction, so does Mariotti. [NYT; Previously: Dan LeBatard on Mariotti]
Stanford took a 16-13 lead over UCLA on a 10-yard touchdown catch by Nate Iese with 18 seconds remaining in regulation. Sportsbooks had the (…)
And who would be?
Brutal way to lose.
Getting it done on the field.
He just had to dance.
Gamut of emotions.
Many Michigan State fans wanted to disappear as the final seconds of the Spartans’ 30-6 home loss to Wisconsin ticked off the clock. (…)