onionstyle. thanks, kevin!
tiger woods announces return to sex | theonion.com
this totally rocks!
espn reaches deal to show english premier league games in u.s. | usatoday.com
it appears olympic athletes like to have sex. lots of it.
sex and the olympic city | timesonline.co.uk
jason whitlock holds nothing back in this commentary on clemens.
clemens fighting to save his butt … kissers | foxsports.com
i have to say, i don’t believe le rocket.
odds, and history, don’t bode well for clemens’ denials | espn.com
let’s go fire!
fire-new england rivalry revs up | chicagosports.com
ole ole ole ole.
usa. usa. look for me in section 104.
soccer: u.s. vs. brazil preview | soccernet.espn.com
the big ticket + jesus shuttleworth + the truth = championship?
sources: celtics, wolves agree to garnett megadeal | espn.com
mom, i don’t feel so well.
chew on it: all you can eat at dodger stadium | msnbc.com
still lots for major league soccer to do.
the rights and wrongs of mls for ’07 | soccernet.espn.com
win one for bo.
sad day for michigan fans and the schembechler family.
ex-michigan coach schembechler collapses, dies at 77 | espn.com
they’re the worst. killing a kid over a jersey?
iverson did what he could do | espn.com
what a player. i’m glad i got to see him play in person.
when soccer ruled the usa | espn.com
there will never be another stevie y.
red wings captain steve yzerman retires | espn.com
35 and under.
damn i’m frickin’ old.
some veterans appear ageless at world cup | abcnews.com
world cup 2006.
comcast added espn2 to my hd lineup, so i’m set!
2006 world cup tv schedule | soccernet.espn.com
time to beat up on shaq-fu.
the matchup everyone expected becomes a reality | freep.com
mark your calendar.
all the match details for world cup 2006 in germany | worldcupkickoff.com
we need you to take this one over chauncey.
pistons sure hope home is sweet for game 7 | freep.com
we can’t lose to lebron. go pistons!
pistons dead serious as elimination looms | freep.com
what a sad way to go out, but he’s still the best.
stevie y’s a winner | espn.com