- Yesterday's Senior Bowl prep session was Tim Tebow's first full practice under the harsh, piercing eyes of the NFL infidels, and things did not go well. Different reports have Tebow fumbling like 70% of the snaps he took from center, and when he was able to take the snap successfully, wobbling passes all over the place like Garo Yepremian. Tony Dungy may want to rethink his statement that if he had the first overall pick in the 2010 Draft, he'd use it on Tebow.
- You know your organization is a huge, hilarious mess when you lose out on a candidate for one of your coordinator jobs, to the Raiders. Ravens QB coach Hue Jackson cancelled his scheduled interview with the Bears for their OC job to go work for Al Davis and whoever the Raiders head coach will be in 2010. The Bears are a well run, respected organization.
- Lots of disciplinary actions taken for some angry football played over the past weekend. Cristiano Ronaldo will be suspended two matches for breaking the nose of a Malaga defender with an elbow last weekend. Meanwhile, Man U defender Rio Ferdinand, who returned to action last weekend, may be facing a 3 match ban for an elbow he threw in United's 4-0 win over Hull last weekend.
- There's a rumor going around that Moamarr Khadafi's son is going to buy financially destitute Premier League club Portsmouth.
- Rafa Benitez may be headed to Juventus. Juve hasn't fired Ciro Ferrara yet, but it's seen as a fait accompli, and Rafa, who is under a lot of fire himself at Liverpool, is said to be at the top of the club's list as a potential replacement.
- The Final 4 of the African Nations Cup is set. Nigeria advanced with a shootout win over Zambia yesterday, while two time defending champs Egypt advanced with a 3-1 win over Cameroon.
- We've got Premier League action today. Liverpool is only a point out of 4th place, which also is the final Champions League qualifying slot in the EPL. They can move closer to their goal of seizing that spot with a win at 17th place Wolverhampton today. The team currently holding that spot, Tottenham, is also in action today. Spurs are banged up, but they will fight to hold onto that Champions League spot when they face a Fulham squad that hasn't won an EPL match yet in 2010.