Saturday, December 09, 2006

Your Late Night Fix 12.08.06 [J. Mark English]

  • West Virginia's football coach, Rich Rodriguez, will remain their head coach, as he turns down the Alabama job.
  • If Barry Bonds breaks Hank Aaron's homerun record next year, he'll be doing it in the familiar San Francisco Giants uniform. He re-signed with the team today.
  • The Oakland A's come to terms with free-agent Mike Piazza. Only two other California teams left for Piazza to play for...
  • Thanks to David, we know that Andy Pettite will be returning to the Yankees. But did you know Doc Gooden could be too?
  • Lester Munson brings us up to date with the legal battles facing Michael Jordan.
  • It may just be a matter of time before Allen Iverson is traded from Philadelphia. In anticipation, he was benched for tonights game against Washington.
  • More scoring in the NBA season is good for the fans - just ask Mike Monroe, he'll tell you.
  • NFL owners grant give the Jets and Giants a $300 million dollar Christmas gift -- a loan towards payment of their new stadium set to open in 2010.
  • Of all the things the NHL has to worry about - low ratings, bring back fans - they decide to Ottawa Senators left winger Peter Schaefer for waving a towel on the bench during the game.

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