The NBC affiliate WKYC in Cleveland has debuted its “A Moment With Jim Tressel” segment, where he will join the news team to tell stories that dispense life lessons or, as the first segment suggests, provide vapid examples divorced from his own life that spell out obvious truisms. He began, not with “honesty,” but “unselfishness” and after 40 years in college football, chose to discuss Jordyn Wieber. We’ll wait with bated breath for the Maurice Clarett cameo.
The houndstooth top may be a custom item.
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer claims he suffered from blurred vision for the past two seasons after suffering a concussion in 2013.
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Woodson will replace Keyshawn Johnson, who left the network in January.
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