Seriously, Yahoo, in order to qualify for "Breaking Sports News" the featured athlete in said broken news should be someone familiar to at least 3 out of 10 random people on the street. Ochoa does not qualify under such terms.
The only bonus to posting the Ochoa retirement story was that at first glance - for a brief moment - we thought OchoCinco retired.
In a predictably odd turn of events, confused Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis took off one of his leather Raiders-branded slippers and tried phoning old friend Jimmy the Greek to scoop him that he is currently clearing $146 million in cap space in a shrewd effort to lure soon to be free agent, LeBron James.
Speaking aggressively into his slipper - between sips of Dewar's and Ensure - the bacon-faced owner was overheard screaming, "all I know is that if you get me that flanker running on the outside for the Raidaahs with Mervin Fernandez and Gault, Shradah' will have no problem getting him the pigskin. Flores loves his haht."
After assuming The Greek had hung up, Al took a pleasant nap, dreaming once again of his eventual seat next to Beezlebub.
It was just another ordinary day here at Hernia headquarters, Shawn Bradley and Muggsy Bogues had commenced shoving match number three and Soda Popinski had just crane kicked the fax machine, when Jason Whitlock called.
What did he want? Big Sexy said he just wants what's fair is fair. So in the name of incidents like the Sean Salisbury email meltdown and the Jay Mariotti hunt, he asked us to post this email he received from A.J. Daulerio at Deadspin.
Whitlock believes the content of the email proves Daulerio is no different than the people he criticizes.
Nothing changes an average game like Betting Online. When you have a stake in the outcome of a contest, a typical match can become a memorable event. One might say that it's even more fun than a sports hernia...
and you could come away with some extra cash! The only better feeling than winning is having extra pocket money.