A Detroit Columnist Caught Making Stuff Up? Surely Not

Detroit News columnist Rob Parker really doesn't appear on my radar screen much, except for this infamous column » 10/29/08 1:00pm 10/29/08 1:00pm, and of course his work on the dearly departed . So that's two strikes against him right there. But now comes the news that he apparently fabricated sources that said a Michigan State quarterback was…

Torry Holt Would Like to Apologize for Sucking

First Steven Jackson was totally not happy with Rams' head coach Scott Linehan's decision to bench Marc Bulger in favor of Trent Green. Former All Pro and now mediocre wide receiver Torry Holt is the latest to voice his displeasure with the whole situation. He just wants to play some football, "It will give us a… » 9/27/08 2:30pm 9/27/08 2:30pm

Who's Sorry Now? Chris Cooley Edition

The nation is still buzzing over Wienergate; when Redskins tight end Chris Cooley posted a naked photo of himself — including shlong » 9/16/08 11:30am 9/16/08 11:30am — on his personal blog over the weekend. This has caused much consternation at Clan Cooley; the photo was removed late Sunday, and now Chris has issued a mea culpa. It's probably the…

Reds Management Would Like To Apologize For All The Sucking

In an odd move even for them, the Cincinnati Reds front office has written an open letter to fans to apologize for being in last place. Of course, CEO Bob Castellini and GM Walt Jocketty don't admit to any wrongdoing — there were injuries! And the weather has been generally bad! — but they don't want too » 8/20/08 9:15am 8/20/08 9:15am many fans…

Who's Sorry Now? ESPN Columnist Edition

I wanted the final Who's Sorry Now? post during Will's tenure to be a memorable one, and this one's a doozy. Jemele Hill's latest column over at the Page Dos includes the phrase "I'm sorry," not once, but three times ... plus dozens of other variations of the term sprinkled throughout. It's a mea culpa for the ages,… » 6/24/08 3:00pm 6/24/08 3:00pm

Bill Belichick Is Very, Very Sorry. Just Kidding ... He Couldn't Care…

Yes, it's the man whom you never thought you'd see leading off Who's Sorry Now, because he never apologizes for anything ... Mr. Bill Belichick. The New England Patriots coach issued a one-paragraph statement 10 minutes before his regular press conference on Wednesday, concerning the Beligate videotape mess. Because… » 9/13/07 1:05pm 9/13/07 1:05pm

Donovan, Beckham Each Politely Request A Mulligan

It's buyer's remorse day here at Who's Sorry Now, as Billy Donovan and David Beckham each ask the musical question: What exactly is the cooling off period for switching high-profile sports jobs? In Donovan's case, on Friday he decided to leave the Florida Gators to take the Orlando Magic job, then took stock of his… » 6/04/07 11:00am 6/04/07 11:00am