Brendon Ayenbadejo apologized for his Twitter roast of the Patriots offense, when he called them a gimmick. They have to play each other pretty soon.
I made selfish comments on twitter last night that reflected poorly upon myself, my teammates, and the organization. For that I apologize.— Brendon Ayanbadejo (@brendon310) January 14, 2013
Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt released a statement, refuting initial reports of him taking his brother to the emergency room with a stab wound over the weekend. Britt took a close friend to the ER and says he's made himself available to authorities, according to the statement.
Manu Ginobili says he's out for 10-14 days.
Louisville moved up to No. 1 in the AP Poll.
Rory McIlroy struck struck a five-year deal with NIKE reported to be worth $200 million.
USC fired men's basketball coach Kevin O'Neill. Timing a bit strange? Wrong sport? Some perspective and a little tongue-in-cheek on that:
Only thing surprising about Kevin O'Neill being fired at USC is didn't happen earlier. Btw, early name to throw in mix: Dan Monson, LBSU— George Dohrmann (@georgedohrmann) January 14, 2013
Not surprised, but as always just the timing: USC says O'Neill removed as basketball coach espn.go.com/los-angeles/me…— Andy Katz (@ESPNAndyKatz) January 14, 2013
Just spoke with USC's Kevin O'Neill about his firing: "I just regret we didn’t win enough. That always falls on the head coach."— Jason King (@JasonKingESPN) January 14, 2013
USC men's basketball coach Kevin O'Neill has been fired... Yet football fans still wait for Pat Haden to act on the sport he knows best.— Rene Gonzalez (@ReneNBC7) January 14, 2013
Pretty soon, you'll see those scenes with crowds of fans waiting for a celebrity's autograph start to dwindle. The Seattle-based startup Egraphs, is providing a technology that allows star athletes to write messages and sign autographs without actually having to be there. It's a simple process with a menu of teams and athletes to select from.
Slum Village has a new video for Decadence/How It Feel
ICYMI: Bill Bellamy kicked it with Hot 97 NY: