Even as the remains of vehicles still smoldered in downtown Vancouver after Thursday's hockey hooligan riots, many Vancouverites vowed to set things right. Here's one way they did it: Covering a police cruiser in scores of thank-you post-its. [Jalopnik]
Police in Germany stopped this Kazakh-plated Sprinter van on the A1 Autobahn after noticing the rear door wasn't quite flush. Upon stopping the vehicle they realized why. A Mazda 626 stuffed inside. Here's the how — and the why. [Jalopnik]
To err is human, so when super-human race car drivers err they do it at the super-worst times. Here are the 10 dumbest last laps in racing history. [Jalopnik]
For a brief period of time, NASCAR fans knew who Bobby Isaac was. One year he won 17 races. Another, 20 poles. Later, he set 28 World land speed records at Bonneville. This story, however, is about his temper. [Jalopnik]
Formula One driver Sebastien Buemi was in Japan at a Red Bull F1 Exhibition when a fan attempted to jump over his moving race car with predictably disastrous results. [Jalopnik]
The most popular racer in this year Indianapolis 500 is this 22-year-old Swiss woman who managed to qualify for the race despite second-degree burns on her hands. Take that, Danica Patrick. [Jalopnik]
Marbury reports that he has 'shut everything down,' taking the season off to work on his businesses..." I wonder if he's referring to his shoe company or finally working on his comedy pilot, Tokin' With Jesus. [New York Post]
Putting Mike Tyson's Punch-Out! into historical perspective. I've always said that Harvey Milk had nothing on Don Flamenco. [ESPN Boxing]
OSU Baseball players arrested for being stupid.
Phenomenal piece on Lenny Dykstra in this week's New Yorker.
This site has a map of NYC bars carrying March Madness and any team affiliations they have: http://urbantailgate.com/article.php?en…
Analysis of the Southern Region!
I am still going to provide a region by region breakdown of the NCAA tournament, which will inevitably be wrong and lead to me finishing 26th in a pool with a bunch of people who couldn't separate the Diebler brothers from the Calathes brothers, or plan on picking Kent State to beat Kansas because surely a Golden…
I've had this same black leather bag from Dell that my laptop goes in since I went to college. I think my dad gave it to me.
Stephen A. Smith won't be daunted by any of Bob Costas's comments: