Greg Biffle won, or did he, in a rain ending finish, Biffle was the winner of the Kansas 500 despite 2 other cars passing him on the last lap. 2 Red Flags, a Rain Delay, and Darkness all entered into this picture that saw many crashes and 7 of the 12 Race drivers finish 29th or worse!
Yankee Stadium is hallowed Ground. Much like the Rose Bowl. So when the New Yankees Stadium opens- it will still be Yankee Stadium. But a NYTimes story announces that Creative Arts Agency will be handling inside Stadium Sponsorships which could be worth tens of millions of dollars. “We don’t want to make it look like a carnival or a rodeo,” said Yankee CEO Lonn Trost said. “This will be done intelligently and will not ruin the image of Yankee Stadium.”
The New York Mets lost more than a playoff spot, their pride and probably some of their fan base this past week. The franchise lost millions of dollars, while the players themselves lost at least $20,000 apiece, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. Marc Ganis, a sports marketing consultant, said the real financial problem for the team isn't the lost revenue from this October. It's the impact on ticket sales in 2008!
The LSU Tigers edged past Southern California in the AP Top 25 on Sunday, even though the Trojans remained undefeated and retained their top spot in the USA TODAY coaches' poll. USC is the first team to lose the No. 1 ranking after a victory since Nov. 3, 2002, when top-ranked Miami dropped after beating Rutgers 42-17 and No. 2 Oklahoma moved up after a 27-11 victory over No. 13 Colorado.
The NY Mets choked away the season, and with today's loss and the Phillies win, New York City Newspapers can be ruthless in their headlines, not to mention the zealousness of Mets Fans. Maybe next year!
Here are the website headlines, The print headlines should be worse!
Evander Holyfield once beat George Foreman for the Heavyweight Boxing Title. Now they aim to do battle in the consumer retail ring...
Evander Holyfield, is preparing to unveil the "Evander Holyfield Real Deal Grill," a direct competitor to George Foreman's famous "Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine," which has reportedly earned $100 million in sales since 1995.