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There is no expiration date on USC's "disassociation" with Reggie Bush. Unlike Chris Webber at Michigan, it is permanent according to NCAA.
Once again, I mentally flash to Kevin Spacey in American Beauty, hitting the couch with a pillow. "It's just a ... phone!"
Josh Shaw is not allowed to attend games or practices as part of his indefinite suspension.
Final L.A.-area figure on the GQ sports scumbag list: Jay Mariotti, at No. 17.
Lane Kiffin is No. 18 in GQ's list of sports scumbags: "Like...Petrino, only he crashed a Lexus, 31% classier than crashing a motorcycle."
Donald Sterling tops GQ list of top sleazebags in sports: "Racist? Yes. Cheap? Oh yes. Horny Neanderthal? Oh God, yes, yes!"
One NBA scout on language in reports: "You have to understand anything you say can be leaked or get out there, so you have to be diligent."
Pray Ray Rice's wife doesnt wait until she suffers broken nose, teeth or worse to figure out this isn't real love https://t.co/bgsuUyHeHL
Next step in the Danny Ferry mess (beyond dealing with Ferry) should be to root out source of slur.
Is it just me, or have games suddenly become the least newsworthy aspect of sports?
I remember when I would go to Cardinals games at Sun Devil Stadium. I could count the attendance. Amazing home field advantage now.
If we find out tomorrow the NFL saw the Ray Rice video before his 2-game punishment, well, get ready. http://t.co/nP6ag6HATc
Sterling was ranting to a woman over breakfast. Levenson & Ferry were exchanging company e-mails and talking on recorded conference calls.
It won't get the same play but what was happening with the Hawks was worse than the Clippers. Seemed like a systemic problem.
I figured we'd get some dirt on NBA executives when Donald Sterling hired private investigators. I guess he didn't even have to bother.
In God's favor ☝️
The Clippers will hold training camp in Las Vegas from Sept. 30-Oct. 4. The team will travel to Las Vegas on Sept. 29 after their Media Day.
Clippers officially announce dates for training camp in Las Vegas: Sept. 30-Oct. 4. Media day is Sept. 29 at 11 a.m.
There isn't a league with more power, influence and money than the NFL. If they wanted to see the Ray Rice tape, they could have. TMZ did.
Either the NFL saw the Ray Rice video and are saying they didn't or they didn't try that hard to see it. Either way, it's an embarrassment.
The "mute" button on Twitter is a beautiful thing on days like today.
SMU coach June Jones resigns. SMU was outscored 88-6 in its first two games. SMU plays No. 7 Texas A&M on Saturday.
Never forget how you felt watching the Ray Rice video. Most domestic violence incidents aren't recorded. Treat them with same rage & anger.
Reggie Bush took gifts from a family friend in San Diego, not associated with USC, hoping to be his agent. Jerry Sandusky, well, you know.
Post sanctions, USC hired a new president, AD, coach, largest compliance office in the country. Could not have done more to show "progress."
I'm sure glad this is the slow time of year in the NBA.
NCAA eliminates Penn State’s postseason ban effective immediately and will return their full complement of football scholarships in 2015-16.
The NFL also announces that Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely.
The way Rice just stood over his wife's unconscious body & kicked her leg as she lay there spoke volumes. This wasn't an isolated incident.
No way a team picks him up this week but Ray Rice is eligible to return to the NFL on Friday. The NFL has to change that.
The Ravens had a choice before today. They really had no choice after the video came out.
The Dodgers will head to Anaheim for an unprecedented September Freeway series against Angels from Sept. 7-9.
The San Francisco Giants visit Dodger Stadium for the first time on April 27 and for the final time on Aug. 31.
The Dodgers begin their road schedule on April 10 in Arizona and close out the regular season with against the Padres at home from Oct. 2-4.
The Dodgers will begin the 2015 season at Dodger Stadium on Monday, April 6 against the San Diego Padres.
Pat Haden gets a $25,000 fine and a two-game sideline ban but will remain a member of the College Football Playoff selection committee.
Hancock: "Emotional outbursts at games are not a matter for the playoff selection committee to deal with."
Hancock: "We recognize that athletics directors cannot be dispassionate about their own teams, and that’s why we have the recusal policy."
Bill Hancock, College Football Playoff executive director: "This does not affect Pat Haden’s capability as a committee member."
Sark: I regret putting Pat in the situation I put him in. It is my job to manage the game not Pat’s. I will be better on this in the future.
You can't live for anyone else's happiness but your own.. It's too easy to find stress in your life, find the happiness in everything.. ✌️