No. 2: You think the SEC clearly is the greatest football league. And you are wrong, according to Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops and (blasphemy!) David Climer, columnist for The Tennessean. Climer points out that the SEC's top six teams last season were 30-0 against the weakest eight -- so what happened to that "any given Saturday" nonsense? See if you agree by checking it out here.
No. 3: And now for something a little different and found at a different source: the London Mail. They show us a sampling of the thousands of photos about New York City that were recently made public. The shots are historical and brilliant. Warning: At least two are also gruesome visuals of what gangsters did to each other, so adults should decide if they are too graphic before allowing any youngsters to look. Discover the photos here.
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Great news for Yankee fans: Alex Rodriguez was hitting off a tee this week at the minor-league camp in Tampa. Even greater news: He only struck out twice. Bazinga.
With all its revenue, the SEC had nine members among the 23 of 228 Division I public schools that made money last season. So what's the excuse of the five that did not -- Vanderbilt, Missouri, Arkansas and the two "Missisips?" It can hardly be that they were spending more in order to win more.
Our Larry the Cable Guy and friends are building an Alabama amusement park called "Blue Collar Country." Insert your own jokes here.
Manti Te'o's imaginary girlfriend made Maxim's top 100 list of women in a bikini even though they had nothing to show but the bikini. How did that make Ms. 101 feel?
Jerry knows he can't do any sports so he talks about them Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon on The Beat of Sports, hosted by Marc Daniels on 740theGame radio. He also will write about sports or whatever to answer emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great Sunday, especially every mom who's reading this.