Hockey Helps A Family – “Zach Bennett is an 11-year-old boy from Albany, N.Y., who suffers from Neurofibromatosis, a disease in which soft-tissue tumors grow throughout the body. The disease has resulted in 21 surgeries for Zach, including the amputation of both legs.” Zach was a die hard fan of the Albany River Rats and when they moved to Charlotte this off season, his parents made the decision to follow to the team – Charlotte just happens to be home to Neurofibromatosis specialists. His new hometown team had a fundraiser and flew the family down. (Puck Daddy)
Buried at the end of this New York Times story on ESPN’s continued profitability was this strange shot fired from ESPN’s (…)
The SEC had far more African-American coaches than any other league last year, but still gets questioned when two choose to leave.
Golfer Pablo Larrazabal Forced to Jump in Lake During Hornet Attack at Malaysian Open, Still Birdies Hole
A clip with some, err, buzz.