Also, Cleveland manager knows a good way to chill out.
BYU is having a good year.
A good, weird year.
On the plus side, it defeated a trio of Power 5 teams. On the down side, it lost to Utah and got rebuffed by the Big 12.
The Cougars’ only postseason hope is the Poinsettia Bowl.
Meanwhile, Utah has four P5 wins and moved up in the AP poll, despite losing to Washington. A Rose Bowl invitation is still in play.
BYU has a great running back in Jamaal Williams, whose 942 rushing yards include one 286-yard game. But the Utes have Joe Williams, who has rushed for 683 yards in the last three games, including one 332-yard outing after previously quitting the team.
Kalani Sitake to Kyle Whittingham (allegedly): “Dude, can you leave us something here?”
Cleveland manager Terry Francona told reporters he ordered $44 worth of room service after his team won Game 4 of the World Series.
“I had the brownie sundae,” he said. “I had two orders of chocolate and two orders of vanilla with chocolate sauce. And then, to kind of keep it healthy, I ordered the berries. Oh, and a Diet Coke.”
Sources say after losing to the Cubs on Sunday, he loaded up on Ben & Jerry’s “A Swirled of Difference” and “Hazed and Confused.”
LeBron James blasted Donald Trump, last month, for sexist remarks that the candidate called “locker room talk.”
James said such talk doesn’t exist in any locker room he inhabits.
Of course, when you have your own private locker room
Entrepreneur Chris Hansen has offered to finance a new arena for NBA and NHL teams in Seattle, without using tax subsidies. He and his group are also looking into paying for a nearby overpass to relieve traffic congestion.
Great. But seriously, none of that matters.
This is Seattle. Just give them free coffee.
The coach of a youth football team in Rhode Island has been suspended for the season — along with his team — after inserting an 18-year-old into a game for 13-and 14-year-olds.
Officials feared a larger, older player could present an injury risk to younger athletes.
Is this anything like playing BYU?
Bill Belichick has become a grandfather for the first time.
The Patriots’ coach is expected to make the transition from “Grumpy Coach” to “Grumpy Gramps” without a hitch.
Dwight Perry, Seattle Times, on last week’s Tennessee-Jacksonville Thursday game not being shown on network TV: “This is an outrage, said absolutely nobody.”