Friday, September 14, 2012

The Sniff Sniff Test, ESPN Deportes, Muhammad Ali, Havard Scandal & Jim Calhoun News: 9/14, Vol. 229, 3rd Edition

Truth is I’m tired and options are few; I’m trying to pray, but where are you? I’m all churched out, hurt and abused, I can’t fake it, so what’s left to do? Take me to the King, I don’t have much to bring, my heart and soul in pieces is my offering.  For your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.

Muhammad Ali awarded
with the Liberty Medal
For your Quick News & Notes, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira is set to face Dave Herman October 13 in Rio de Janeiro at UFC 153, Mexican-American Oscar De La Hoya and Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez, two former world boxing champions admitted alcohol and drug abuse while training for prize fights during the latter part of their careers as discovered on ESPN Deportes' new talk show "El Bar", being recognized for his role as a fighter outside the ring for humanitarian causes, civil rights and religious freedom, retired boxing great Muhammad Ali was been awarded the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center on Thursday, the San Jose Earthquakes have won a lottery for Major League Soccer's rights to oft-injured forward Marcus Tracy, soccer's regional governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean has established an integrity committee after the departures of former leaders Jack Warner and Chuck Blazer and will have oversight of all investigations pertaining to past practices from the previous leadership, IndyCar championship contender Ryan Hunter-Reay said he expected to speak to team owner Michael Andretti on Thursday about his contract amid reports he is being courted by Penske Racing, Sid Watkins, the former Formula One medical chief credited with saving the lives of several race drivers and introducing major safety improvements in the series passed away at the age of 84, Mike Conway dropped out of this weekend's IndyCar season finale at Fontana on Thursday, saying he is not comfortable racing on oval tracks, Big East commissioner Mike Aresco said Thursday there have been no discussions yet about letting Notre Dame out of the league to join the ACC before the required 27-month waiting period, TCU women's basketball coach Jeff Mittie has agreed to a contract extension but terms were undisclosed, as reported in the sports segment on Wednesday, UConn Hall of Famer basketball coach Jim Calhoun officially retired on Thursday stating “I never, ever, ever said that I was mistake-free. But I was always trying to do the right thing. It didn't always work that way, but I was always trying to do the right thing.”
Harvard president Drew Faust said Wednesday that athletes should not be singled out for blame in what is believed to be the largest cheating scandal in the school's history and they are not being treated any differently in the investigation, as more than 120 students was in cahoots with one another in a take home final exam, as Nicholls State was unable to travel to face Oregon State because of Hurricane Isaac, the game has be rescheduled for December 1, the Columbus Blue Jackets have assigned defenseman and #2 overall pick this summer Ryan Murray to the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips and center Boone Jenner to the Ontario Hockey League's Oshawa Generals, as the allows younger players to return to their amateur clubs while the NHL sorts out its labor problems with the players' association, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman received a unanimous vote from owners Thursday in support of a league-imposed lockout should no deal be reached by midnight ET Saturday, an MRI revealed no structural damage to Adrian Beltre's left shoulder, and the third baseman started for the Texas Rangers on Thursday night, Boston Red Sox owner John Henry strongly denied a Fox Business report that he and the ownership group have been quietly shopping the team to potential buyers, Colorado Rockies catcher Ramon Hernandez has a torn tendon in his left hamstring and will miss the remainder of the season and finally, Nebraska is paying Arkansas State $1 million for playing at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, the highest amount ever guaranteed to an opponent for a game in Lincoln as Athletic Director Tom Osborne said Thursday the price is the "going rate" for many teams to play an away game with no return engagement, and Savannah State of the MEAC ONLY received a total of $860,000 combined from Florida State and Oklahoma State?  Come on man……this doesn’t pass the sniff, sniff test!
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