The Bald Truth
Well, of course Bobby Knight is interested in coaching again, be it at Georgia or elsewhere.
Rivers to cross, mountains to climb, sophomores to choke and all that.
How is next year supposed to be the year for the Cubs now that they've traded both Rich Hill and Michael Wuertz?
The Balder Truth
And to think ... a year ago at this time, the Cubs wouldn't even think of including The Great Rich Hill in a deal for Brian Roberts, the leadoff hitter they've lacked forever.
THE BALDEST TRUTH
You gotta love the way we media folks keep saying Michael Phelps was "photographed inhaling from a marijuana pipe."
After all, it would be unethical for us to say an American icon was smoking dope through a bong.
Phelps might have been inhaling asthma medicine. Or maybe he was chilling out with some kind of Zen incense he got from Phil Jackson. Or maybe he was indulging in a fancy hookah pipe.
The mainstream media avoided the word "pot" ... and so did Phelps in his apology:
"I engaged in behavior which was regrettable and demonstrated bad judgment. I'm 23 years old, and despite the successes I have had in the pool, I acted in a youthful and inappropriate way, not in a manner that people have come to expect from me. For this, I am sorry. I promise my fans and the public - it will not happen again."
That's right. Next time he's about to fire up a bong, he'll make sure there are no cellphone cameras or video recording devices in the room.
Please don't interpret any of this as some old codger tsk-tsk-tsking Phelps. I might have tried pot once or twice myself during my youth. On the heinous behavior scale, a 23-year-old smoking dope ranks somewhere between picking one's nose in public and rolling one's eyes at one's parents.
Doesn't mean I won't poke fun at Aquaman about this whole deal, though.