on November 9, 2010 at 11:09 PM
Posted In: Weekly PULSE
- NFL players are not the only ones worried about concussions as awareness amps up for athletes at all levels and ages.
- Kenneth Rodger, who claimed to represent Heisman candidate Cam Newton during the college recruiting process, allegedly sought $180,000 from Mississippi State University in exchange for signing the quarterback. SI’s Stewart Mandel offers his opinion.
- The New York Mets announced that Sandy Alderson will be the new GM (former general manager & general counsel for the Oakland A’s).
- The Utah Attorney General is pushing the federal government to investigate the BCS for anti-trust violations in hopes of creating a legal mandate for a playoff system in college football.
- Keith Olbermann was suspended last week and will be reinstated Tuesday for making donations to three democratic candidates in violation of MSNBC policy.
- Junior middleweight boxer James Kirkland looks forward to comeback fight after a stint in federal prison.
- Cliff Lee willing to wait patiently for MAXIMUM “C.C. Sabathia”-esque contract.
- The off-field hits keep coming for Auburn Heisman Trophy hopeful Cam Newton.
- Gag order expanded in University of Connecticut stabbing case.
- Kansas State University seeks to invalidate buyout agreement with former football coach Ron Prince–trial is scheduled.
- Former University of Missouri running back Derrick Washington may seek change of venue for sexual assault and domestic violence charges.
- Florida man requests restraining order against Tim Tebow, Barack Obama, & Jesus!
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