Recent Comments by sigity

T.O. Reportedly Attempted Suicide

I heard the same report on the radio here in chicago...i wouldn't be surprised if he did attempt suicide...the guy is absolutely crazy. earlier, his publicist said it was an allergic reaction to pain killers and is nothing to worry about...liar.

posted by sigity at 08:52 AM on September 27, 2006

Northwestern University football coach Randy Walker is dead.

Randy was really underrated as a coach - despite the talent and size that he had to work with, he was still able to make Northwestern a successful program over the years.

posted by sigity at 08:48 AM on June 30, 2006

C U Later

What about Mr. Flip Saunders? Experience with High School -> NBA (Garnett), plus he is quite the leader.

posted by sigity at 01:24 PM on March 21, 2005

Harrington era may be over in Detroit.

There isn' t much to be said about the Lions play calling either...blaming their problems on Harrington is only the tip of the iceberg. Their offense doesn't work because its quite predictable... sig.

posted by sigity at 10:13 AM on January 12, 2005

Beltran Bidding Begins

As for the cubs...he isn't what they really need. He's another strikeout or homerun hitter (albeit he can steal bases). But I think whoever takes him better surround him with on-base guys. It would be death for the cubs to sign him - even though I want them to!!

posted by sigity at 05:22 PM on January 06, 2005

It cost Fox and CBS a combined $8 billion,

Although the new deals include no changes in the current kickoff times, the NFL has the option to move seven late-season games from Sunday afternoon to Monday night to feature more attractive match-ups in prime time in a concept league officials called "flexible scheduling." Interesting...i've always thought something like this should be incorporated into all of sports -- especially football -- honestly, who cares to watch a MNF game of two non-playoff teams late in the season?? Interested to see how this plays out...

posted by sigity at 11:52 AM on November 09, 2004