Live racing during the first two weeks of the Oaklawn Park season presents handicappers with opportunities and challenges that can result in lucrative payoffs but also long bouts of tearing up tickets.
Right idea; execution needs work ESPN college football analyst David Pollack raised a stir last Saturday when he offered his opinion on whether a woman, somebody like former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, should get a seat on the College Football Playoff committee, which will be formed before next season.
Raiders find better option for D-Mac Arkansas football fans might not have recognized the man wearing No. 20 in silver and black a week ago Sunday as the same guy who zipped through SEC defenses to rush for a school record 4,591 yards in three seasons with the Razorbacks.
Hey kid, don’t play in my yard Spanish golfer Miguel Angel Jimenez is 49 years old, wears his hair in a pony tail, enjoys cigars, fine wine and goes through a warm-up routine that is borderline exotic dance.
Synagogue: Pray first, watch later Sports fans who practice Judaism have occasionally needed to do some serious soul searching when the high holy days — Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur — land on a college football Saturday, an NFL Sunday or during the baseball playoffs.
SEC teams have games, must travel Much has been made of the disproportionate difficulty of SEC football schedules, but not much has been said about another uneven aspect of travel in the farflung 14-team conference.