Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Tuesday Morning Roundup

I told you all on Friday that I'm going to try to make this a semi-regular thing around here. I'm going to be away from the computer for most of the morning and afternoon, but how could I deprive you people of your sports coverage? Here are some links that I enjoyed. Hope you all feel the same.

- Biggest news from Monday: Mike Vick reinstated, conditionally.

- Speaking of reinstatement, Bud Selig might be considering lifting Pete Rose's lifetime ban, according to the NY Daily News.

- Brett Favre still hasn't made a comeback decision. He did make a Sears commercial though where he mocks himself and says he hates people that can't make up their mind. Pot, meet Kettle.

- A review of Shaq hosting WWE's Monday Night Raw. (The Big Lead)

- Princeton Review's party school list out again. UF: dethroned. Penn State's the new number one. Going to school in the South is still better, though. (Souvenir City)

- Football season is getting closer, so here's a look at the best 4-3 pass rushers in the NFL. (Major League Jerk)

- Rockabye at the Rookies takes a look at the underappreciation of Usain Bolt. The kid is a wordsmith. (The Rookies)

- Phillies fan killed near Citizens Bank Park. You stay classy, Philadelphia. (With Leather)

- In case you missed it Sunday night, Dwyane Wade is in LA trying to sway Lamar Odom's decision. (Wade's Twitter)

And of course, the obligatory self-promotion:

- Josh Willingham became the 13th player to hit two grand slams in a game. UF's Preston Parker is not impressed. (4th and Fail)

- My review of Rickey Henderson not talking about Rickey Henderson. (4th and Fail)

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