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coach resigns - Gee Wonder Why??
needs to wash his mouth out with soap. Actually this
is a story from Oklahoma, things are a little different
down there. Larry Cochell met with Oklahoma president
David Boren for two hours Sunday evening. But the 65-year-old
coaching veteran said he knew before the meeting began
that his career at OU was over.
who ranks eighth in all-time Division I victories,
resigned as OU's baseball coach just five days after
he used racially derogatory language in two separate
interviews with ESPN announcers.
Boren once coaxed Cochell to
stay at OU instead of leaving for Arizona State, the
coach's alma mater. Cochell had recently signed a
four-year contract extension. But reports surfaced
Friday that Cochell had used a racial epithet while
speaking with ESPN's Gary Thorne and then again with
Kyle Peterson before Tuesday's game against Wichita
by Jim Monday at 9:36am
| LPGA Caddy Claims
Lady Golfer Stole His Sperm
This is just whacked.
Gary Robinson, the former caddy of LPGA golfer Jackie
Gallagher-Smith is suing his former boss, saying she
seduced the poor guy in order to get pregnant. More
specifically Robinson claims Gallagher-Smith, who
is married, used him as "an unwitting sperm donor"
and is suing for an unspecified sum, claiming fraud
and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
According to Robinson's attorney, Cathy Lively, under
Florida law a child born into a marriage is deemed
to be a result of the marriage, so a DNA test can't
be forced to determine paternity and Robinson has
no legal claim to the child. In the lawsuit, Robinson
claims he and Gallagher-Smith started flirting on
tour, then the flirting turned into frequent unprotected
sex over several months. Yahoo.com
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Shaquille O'Neal's sore thighs get better, Dwyane
Wade is quite capable of leading the Miami Heat past
anyone in the NBA playoffs, even sweeping them. Wade
more than filled the void of O'Neal's scoreless first
half by scoring a career playoff-high 34 points and
setting up the big guy for most of his 17 second-half
points as the Heat completed a first-round sweep of
the New Jersey Nets with a 110-97 win Sunday.
Rasheed Wallace was a thorn in
Philadelphia's side, scoring eight of his 17 points
in overtime to lead the Detroit Pistons past the 76ers,
97-92, in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals
at the Wachovia Center. Chauncey Billups recorded
25 points, seven assists and six rebounds for the
Pistons, who have a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven
series with Game 5 slated for Tuesday night at The
Palace. Richard Hamilton netted 20 points and Tayshaun
Prince added 17, as the Pistons overcame a nine-point
deficit in the fourth quarter.
Joe Johnson poured in 25 points
and Shawn Marion finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds,
as the Phoenix Suns completed a sweep of the Memphis
Grizzlies with a 123-115 victory in Game 4 of the
Western Conference quarterfinals at the FedEx Forum.
Steve Nash added 24 points and nine assists for the
Suns, who swept a best-of- seven series for the first
time in franchise history. Phoenix's last sweep came
against Portland in a best-of-five set during the
Ray Allen scored a playoff career
high 45 points to lead the Seattle SuperSonics to
a 115-102 victory over the Sacramento Kings in Game
4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals at ARCO
Arena. The Sonics grabbed a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven
set and can close it out when the series heads back
to Seattle for Game 5 on Tuesday.
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by Ciaran Monday at 7:15am
|The Kentucky Derby
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for more updates and information on the The Kentucky
Derby - May 7th - at 6pm
The Kentucky Derby Festival
- It started with "two minutes' and
became two weeks. What the "Run for the Roses"
is to horse racing, Louisville's Derby Festival is
to community celebrations. The Festival is one of
the premiere events of its kind in the world. It brings
fun, excitement, international recognition and a spirit
that is unmatched anywhere. When 1.5 million people
gather to celebrate spring and the unique vitality
of their community, the focus is on fun and the whimsical.
"We are a community organization of 4,000 volunteers
who work all year to provide quality entertainment
that brings our entire community together," said
Festival Chairman and volunteer Doug Hamilton. Produced
annually since 1956, the Derby Festival has become
a whirlwind of 70 special events.
The Festival blasts off with
the Opening Ceremonies - Thunder Over Louisville,
the nation's largest annual fireworks extravaganza!
The ensuing weeks of excitement and entertainment
promise something for everyone. For sports fans there
is basketball, volleyball, football, golf and more.
For music lovers the concerts are almost non-stop.
With two-thirds of the Festival events free, families
can enjoy numerous just-for-kids activities without
stretching their pocketbook. Other highlights include
a new full and half Marathon and the Great Balloon
Race. The Great Steamboat Race pitting Historic register
riverboats is the last of its kind in the world.
From country and rock concerts
to the elegant Derby Ball, dance and dress range from
frivolous to fancy. The Festival includes several
formal affairs, as well a casual, foot-stomping good
times. More than just entertaining, the Derby Festival
generates over $93 million annually for the local
economy. Festival events also raise nearly $300,000
for area charities each year. The Commonwealth's largest
single annual event, and one of Louisville's most
popular entertainment attractions, the celebration
is produced by Kentucky Derby Festival, Inc., a private,
not-for-profit civic organization. For details on
this year's events, visit the Kentucky Derby Festival
Web site at http://www.kdf.org.
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by Ciaran Monday at 7:10am
|Poker King's Dream
of Kentucky Derby Derailed
131st running of the Derby, Saturday, May 7 at Churchill
Downs in Louisville, Ky., should have another full field
of 20 talented, promising 3-year-olds hoping to wear
the roses on Saturday afternoon. The field will be determined
on Wednesday, when entries are announced. As of now,
21 horses are pointing for the race, but only 20 will
be allowed to start.
starting, is Ross McLeod's horse, General John B.,
who sprained his ankle during a training job at Santa
Anita Park in California but a few days ago. Ross
McLeod is executive chairman of Great Canadian Gaming
Corporation and says, "I'm a poker player, but
I don't even play any more. I'm so into horses."
Oh well, it looks like at a shot at this year's Kentucky
Derby just wasn't in the cards for this Canadian poker
king. Only two Canadian-bred horses have ever won
the Kentucky Derby -- Northern Dancer in 1964 and
Sunny's Halo in 1983.
you'd like to check out the horses, go to the Bodog
by Jim Monday at 6:55am
|Petrovic wins first
PGA TOUR title in New Orleans
Twelve years after he went broke,
gave up golf and went to work making and delivering
pizzas, he had his first PGA TOUR victory.
Petrovic completed the long journey
by holing a 4-foot par putt to beat rookie James Driscoll
on the first hole of a playoff in the Zurich Classic
of New Orleans. DiMarco, the third-round leader, bogeyed
No. 18 to finish a stroke back along with Lucas Glover.
DiMarco, playing his first event since losing to Tiger
Woods in a playoff at Augusta National, shot a 72.
Glover had a 69.
Petrovic said he'd have lots
of time to savor his victory. He just bought an RV
to travel in and had a 12-hour drive to Charlotte
for the Wachovia Championship. IndyStar.com
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by Q Monday at 6:37am
|Jeff Gordon Wins Again
499 | Talladega Superspeedway
Jeff Gordon led 139 laps, which
allowed him to miss both multi-car accidents, on his
way to victory in Sunday's Aaron's 499 at Talladega.
It was his 72nd career win, leaving him four behind
Dale Earnhardt for sixth place all-time. There was
a time when Jeff Gordon didn't like restrictor-plate
racing. No more.
He proved again yesterday that
he is NASCAR's new king of racing at plate tracks,
fighting off challenger after challenger on the way
to winning the Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway
Jeff has now cemented his place
as the man to beat in the NEXTEL cup pts parade. On
a side note I have no idea how Dale JR. missed out
on all the crashes. That was crazy. It's too early
to count him out thats for sure. TheGlobeAndMail.com
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by Dave Monday at 6:33am