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The guys opened the show by discussing the head coaching vacancy in Denver.
Christian in Foxboro returns, this time he's trolling Detroit sports radio station 97.1 The Ticket's Stoney and Bill show . Christian rips Lions fans and asks why his nephew, Joseph, isn't getting the ball more.
never treaded. In the piranha-infested waters that are the competition of the minor leagues, Bogaerts has gone all Michael Phelps on the schools of hungry fish he's left in his wake. His level-by-level history since debuting with U.S
heartfelt public apology. Tiger Woods . John Edwards. Steve Phillips. A-Rod . Michael Vick . Eliot Spitzer. Michael Phelps . David Letterman. Kobe Bryant . Each of them gave a rehearsed, scripted public plea for forgiveness written by
Dan Jansen A-Rod Sosa and McGwire O.J. Roger Clemens Pete Rose Kirby Puckett And it’s happening still. Michael Phelps has had a tough run since Beijing, right? Now, should he have been acting like he was doing research for a role
the streets safe from beer pong. -- Mikey, I must object to your comments about the Cops in Columbia, SC and the Michael Phelps incident. Just because Phelps is a celebrity that does not make him above the law and Sheriff Kenneth Lott is out to
things about me” list on Facebook. If you have, just stop reading. I’m pretty sure that I hate you). Is Michael Phelps becoming Jeff Conaway? Probably not (although Conaway is also a former Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year
standards and society’s rules more than a regular passerby. We have to set the example.” – One day after Michael Phelps announced plans to seek treatment following his second DUI arrest, USA Swimming suspended the Olympic legend six months
contest. Any more questions? ‘ Jed York (@JedYork) October 5, 2014 – Five days after his second arrest for DUI, Michael Phelps announced that he will enter a six-week program to help him “better understand myself.” Although he will not
how vigilant and disciplined we must always be to ensure student-athlete safety.” – Olympic swimming legend Michael Phelps apologized after being arrested for DUI early Tuesday in his native Baltimore, his second such offense. “I understand
against the twos. At some point, you’ve got to settle down and develop that chemistry, that cohesion.” – Michael Phelps ‘ showed he still has plenty of work to do to in his return to competitive swimming, as he made a poor turn and
discoloration until it was too late, with Pineda having cleaned off the substance when coming on for the fifth inning. Michael Phelps replaced Pineda, striking out Sizemore to end the second.