Hell, I'd be backing up, too.
Catherine Cleary is a restaurant columnist for the Irish Times. This is neither a classified ad nor an invitation.
We know Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are getting up there in years, but the inadvertent layout of today's print edition of the New York Daily News is being less than subtle about it.
Dude was working Saturday's Bulls-Pacers preseason game. He had to spring into action during a timeout, but his right foot needed a few more seconds to wake up. He tried to act all nonchalant by sticking his hand in his pocket, but it was already too late. Most of us aren't carrying a television camera when it…
The Associated Press would later correct its caption on this photo of B.J. Upton's fourth-inning double against the Marlins, but not before the original version was published verbatim in at least two outlets: ESPN's game HQ and on the website of the Aiken (S.C.) Standard.
If it wasn't obvious before, it certainly is now: The Nittany Lion has absolutely no trouble getting up for every game at Beaver Stadium.
From last night's Mets-White Sox game in Chicago, OMGWHATWASTHAT!?!!?
Getting "Niner Fan Al" to fit on a license plate sounds much better than it looks.
College Football Live's Joe Tessitore aroused attention today by stroking Johnny Manziel's total package.
Joe Gibbs was just on ESPN Radio and ESPN News with Ryen Russillo and Bram Weinstein, and he had an ... interesting way of expressing his feelings toward tight ends (and toward Charles Oakley, who had just finished his appearance on the show).
I'm pretty sure the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette intends to tell us that columnist Ron Cook thinks Pirates owner Bob Nutting is correct for continuing to support team president Frank Coonelly, whose DUI arrest in December just became public knowledge yesterday. The headline was no doubt written that way to fit the tiny…