NEW ORLEANS - As Boo Jackson entered the post-game newsroom, he threw a towel over his face for a few seconds. After removing it, tears and sweat dripped down his face as he tried to comprehend what had happened.
As Riley Dunlop walks onto the Peden Stadium field, a burden hangs over his head and heart while he focuses on the looming game.
As LaVon Brazill fields a punt, he accelerates toward the Bowling Green defense like a MINI Cooper bursting into head-on traffic.
Armon Bassett will forego his senior season and remain in the NBA Draft, according to a statement the team released today.
Ohio junior •Armon Bassett will declare for the 2010 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent, according to a statement the team released yesterday.
American golfer Tiger Woods delivered a speech on Friday where he apologized for his recently publicized marital infidelities. Before an audience of the press, family, and friends, Mr. Woods admitted that he did indeed have a sex addiction. He said that he would one day return to golf, although he did not specify when.
Dmitry Medvedev, the president of Russia, has called for the resignation of some of the country's Olympic officials who prepared athletes; this call follows the country's poorest-ever performance in Vancouver, in terms of medal count.
Former Montreal Canadiens hockey player Georges Laraque has joined the Green Party of Canada, according to the party and The Canadian Press. The player will be filling an undefined role for the time being, but Laraque isn't ruling out running in the next federal elections.
An Alaskan legislative investigation, nicknamed 'Troopergate', concluded Friday that Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin had abused her power during her time as Alaskan governor.
At a Republican rally in Colorado, U.S. Alaskan governor and Vice-Presidential hopeful, Sarah Palin accused Democratic candidate Barack Obama of "palling around with terrorists who would target their own country". The charge was repeated at a later rally for around 13,000 Orange County, California supporters.
Anchorage, Alaska — A group calling itself "Alaska Women Reject Palin" held an anti-Sarah Palin rally Saturday, despite receiving threatening phone calls last week. Palin is the vice presidential candidate, running with John McCain, on the Republican ticket in the American presidential election to be held on Nov. 4.
Veteran defenseman Shaun Fisher, a player the Quad-City Mallards tabbed in the summer expansion draft, has been added to the roster while young forward Domenic Maiani and rookie defenseman Iain McPhee were let go Thursday.