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Morning Blogdome: The Smorgasbord Is No More

• The Smorgasbord is dead, long live the Smorgasbord: "The particulars aren't important, or even interesting, but when it came down to it, it just didn't make sense to give the Smorgasbord the time and effort it requires. At least not this year. It's not crazy to think it might resurface some time in the future, but it won't be the 08-09 season." [Shutdown Corner] • Screw Yankee Stadium, what about the Bronx itself?: "It’s just that too often, no one much respected the neighborhood outside its walls, including Yankee executives. That’s what makes for my melancholy heart." [Can't Stop the Bleeding] • Belichick taught Weis Well: "Notre Dame had a laptop taken away from their press box during their game against Michigan State - a laptop that was a violation of NCAA rules. Dellgate, anyone? Not that it helped - the Golden Domers still lost 23-7. Or maybe that’s just what kept it from being worse." [SPORTSbyBROOKS] • Knowshon Moreno can fly: And here's to hoping that ESPN finally learned their lesson this time around. [Larry Brown Sports] • Beckham does Sesame Street: "'Persistent' is the word in this new episode of "Sesame Street" starring David Beckham. —- For the episode, Becks was permitted choose his own 'Word of the Day' for his appearance in this, the 39th season of the acclaimed PBS children's series." [Ball Hype]


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