One-day quarterback clinic with Joe Montana can be yours for a mere $65,000
Stumped to find a holiday gift for that hard-to-please football fanatic?
Neiman Marcus is offering a one-day QB clinic for four with 49ers Hall of Famer Joe Montana. They’ll even throw in an autographed football and have your picture taken with him.
And it’s all yours — for just $65,000.
• At SportsPickle.com: “Retired David Ortiz says he’s looking forward to not having to stand up four times a day to bat.”
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Besides the obvious Skittles at Marshawn Lynch’s house, here’s some other can’t-miss stops on your trick-or-treating rounds this year:
• At Ryan Fitzpatrick’s: Butterfingers
• At Rex Ryan’s: Snickers
• At Tim Tebow’s: Life Savers
• At Eli Manning’s: Nerds
• At Ryan Lochte’s: Whoppers
• Jonah Keri of CBSsports.com, after Indians fans discovered Ryan Merritt’s wedding registry during the rookie pitcher’s ALCS-clinching Game 5 start and bought the couple a bunch of gifts: “One night captivating the sports world ensured he’ll never need to buy a muffin pan for the rest of his life.”
• Comedy writer Alex Kaseberg, on why NFL TV ratings are down 11 percent: “Oh, I don’t know. How about how annoying it is to watch a ton of commercials followed by live features that are introduced as ‘The GEICO halftime update brought to you by Aflac’?”
• Brad Dickson of the Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald, on Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully calling it a career at 88: “Hey, if he’s looking to stay busy, he’s the perfect age to begin his career on the U.S. Supreme Court.”
• Bud Shaw of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, on the possibility the winless Browns might actually be favored to win on Nov. 6: “Provided the Jets have Ryan Fitzpatrick or Geno Smith at quarterback. If they go to 73-year-old Joe Namath, all bets are off.”
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