During a recent interview with Barbara Walters, Archie Manning revealed that despite having fathered two of the best quarterbacks in recent history, he only really loves the son that wins the Super Bowl that year.
“If I would have had a qwerty phone and not an old piece of crap, this would not have happened,” said Hildebrand. “I was so busy trying to find a damn letter I totally lost focus and put it into the wall. Who the hell spells their name with an ‘x’ anyway?”
On Monday at Daytona International Speedway, Danica Patrick revealed she’s cutting her extremely unproductive NASCAR racing schedule to just 12 races in 2011 at the instruction of her owner Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Congratulations to the Indiana Hoosiers for their apparent NCAA championship victory over the down-and-out Fighting Illini at Assembly Hall last night.
Let it never be said that the NBA--and, in particular, this Bulls team--is not full of surprises. Such was the case Wednesday night, as the barely-better Indiana Pacers came in to Chicago to play the barely-there Bulls.
It's going to be up to the Colts offensive line to keep the Chargers aggressive defense off of Peyton Manning. It's going to be up to Manning to find ways to get receivers Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison and Dallas Clark the football in the face of a solid San Diego secondary.
Scott Wiese wanted to be Peyton Manning. Well, not literally. He just wanted his name. Wiese, a Bears fan, lost a Super Bowl XLI bet to an Indianapolis Colts fan. The Bears' 29 - 17 loss meant Wiese had to change his name to the same as the game's MVP. However, a Macon County Judge ruled against the name change and had more appropriate name for Weise.