• Sixteen-year-old Tadd Fujikawa made the cut that the Sony Open. [ESPN]
• Man, those are some poorly chosen words. I can't believe that sort of thing happened on Philadelphia sports radio. [Out of Left Field]
• Jim Lampley, as it turns out, had been arrested before. On the field. At the Gator Bowl. [SignOnSanDiego]
• Yao denies dating Nia Long, ruining everyone's fun. [Reuters]
• Taking issue with the Page 2 guy who said he'd pick Isiah Thomas to rebuild his franchise. [Free Darko]
• When LSU quarterbacks are involved in counterfeit money schemes, I think it's time to start paying college athletes. [TigerSmack]
• Blog accuses former hockey player of investing in a wicker shoe company. Former hockey player sets them straight. [Orland Kurtenblog]
• ESPN's had a lot of women doing commentary on NBA stuff. The reason for this? Well, watch Dee Brown sometime. [Signal to Noise]
• The Big Lead interviews the New York Post's Andrew Marchand. [The Big Lead]
• Lovie Smith's job could be on the line this weekend. [Fleece the Pig, Flog the Pony]
• Sportszilla writes a song about how no one rips on Shawne Merriman. Personally, I've heard plenty of ripping on Shawne Merriman. [Sportszilla]