Also, a restaurant that has to be wishing football were futbol.

Adding On

So the Big 12 is standing pat again on expansion. No invitation for BYU or anyone else.

The conference did say, though, that it’s open to expanding the cafeteria menu to include an all-you-can-eat chips and salsa bar.

Grease Games

The Jazz’s first home game of the exhibition season featured 106 free throws and 40 turnovers between the teams.

The refs were so jumpy they hit Gordon Hayward with a flagrant 2 for getting styling gel on the basketball.

Who’s Who

Kyle Whittingham called Utah’s rain-soaked 19-14 win over Oregon State “weird.”

Seems with all the injured players he couldn’t recognize anyone in his lineup.

Close Encounters

The BYU football team is seven combined points from having a 7-0 record. On the other hand, it’s four points — plus a double-overtime — from a 1-6 record.

Meanwhile, the Utes are one yard away from being 7-0.

And Rock On is just one song away from a Grammy.

Point After

A steak house in Ann Arbor offered a promotional 1 percent discount for every point Michigan outscored Rutgers.

The Wolverines ended up winning 78-0.

After which the restaurant reportedly said, “We meant soccer.”

Sleight of Hand

Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis is sounding as though a move to Las Vegas is certain, following the Nevada senate’s approval of $750 million in stadium funding.

But as illusionist David Copperfield would say, “Some things are not always as they appear.”

Chalk Talk

Houston Rockets guard Bobby Brown caught heat after signing his name and uniform number in chalk on the Great Wall of China, then posting a picture online.

Chinese officials weren’t upset until someone told them the No. 6 also belonged to Joel Przybilla.

Senior Day

The Seattle Mariners had a 92-year-old veteran throw the first pitch for their Memorial Day game.

In case you’re wondering, 88-year-old Vin Scully did not call the pitch.

Open Access

A German goalkeeper gave up 43 goals in a single match.

That marked the second-worst meltdown in history, right behind the ninth inning of the Giants-Cubs NLDS game.

Hope and Change

Hope Solo went on Swedish TV to again apologize for calling the country’s national soccer team “cowards.”

She is referring all future media questions to her new P.R. manager, Donald Trump.