Grinnell (Iowa) College's Jack Taylor — who needed 107 shots to break the NCAA record with a 138-point basketball game in November — is out for the season with a broken wrist.
What, he didn’t fall victim to shooter’s elbow?
Grinnell (Iowa) College’s Jack Taylor — who needed 107 shots to break the NCAA record with a 138-point basketball game in November — is out for the season with a broken wrist.
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Stat of the day
One of Texas’ state high-school football title games last fall drew a crowd of 48,379 — or more than 18 of the 35 college bowl games did — and another outdrew 13 bowls.
“Where’s the Beef?”, which first aired in 1984, was a TV commercial endorsing:
“Economists say Canadian interest rates remain low heading into 2013,” noted RJ Currie of SportsDeke.com. “But enough about the NHL.”
Golden Globe nominee “Breaking Bad” is a TV drama centered around:
a) A cancer patient turned drug trafficker.
b) Jason Vargas’ hanging curveballs.
Checking Down Under
Attention, track-and-field buffs: The Nude Olympics begin Jan. 20 at Maslin Beach near Adelaide, Australia.
Events include sack races, Frisbee throwing and — everyone’s favorite — the picket-fence hurdles.
Paging Dr. Haney
LPGA Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam is sporting stitches in the pointer finger on her left hand after cutting it in a cooking accident last week.
In other words, she needed a little work on that slice.
• Dr. Rick Sponaugle, to AP, on the brain damage ex-QB Bernie Kosar accumulated over 13 NFL seasons: “Bernie, in effect, put his head through the windshield every Sunday.”
• Reader Shirley Hemphill, to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, on conjecture that Falcons owner Arthur Blank will clean house if the Seahawks win Sunday: “If Mrs. Blank can be let go, no one is immune.”
• Janice Hough of LeftCoastSportsBabe.com, after Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said leaving “is not an option” — then interviewed with the Eagles: “Maybe Brian can stop by the confessional on his way out.”
• TNT’s Conan O’Brien, on why he had no desire to watch this year’s BCS title game: “I was home for the holidays, so I’ve had quite enough of the Fighting Irish.”
Sit down, Casey
Hall of Fame voters slammed the door on steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa this week.
In other words, there is no joy in Pedville.
Dwight Perry: 206-464-8250 or firstname.lastname@example.org