TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- What's wrong with Alabama? OK, so it's a rhetorical question. On the surface, nothing is wrong with the era's reigning dynasty. For the 19th time in the last 20 weekly AP Top 26 polls, it is ranked No. 1. That's after coming off a school-record 16 consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the 2015-16 polls. The Tide have won their first three games by 17, 31 and 18 points, respectively. Alabama has been steady, if not spectacular this season. The Tide's biggest impact may have been knocking out Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois in the opener thus affecting both the ACC and national title races. Nothing intentional, mind you, but we know sometimes bad things happen to good people
When the Washington Wizards open training camp next Tuesday, starting forward Markieff Morris will not be on the court. Some #Wizards breaking news… Markieff Morris will undergo surgery this Friday. While we don’t have details on the surgery, often recovery time for this is just a few weeks, and Morris could well be ready for the start of the season.
There is a giant paint can beyond the left-center-field wall at Angel Stadium that reads, “Angels home run in the can $1,000,000.” On Tuesday, Angels outfielder Justin Upton did just that. He hit a towering solo homer into the can, but Sherwin Williams won’t be paying $1 million. According to ESPN, Sherwin Williams will not be donating the $1 million to the Angels Baseball Foundation because Upton’s 444-foot homer did not land in the can on the fly. It bounced, and apparently this technicality is a thing. The team confirmed as much to ESPN. Sherwin Williams can do what it wants with its money, and $1 million is a ton of money. But the sign did say, “Angels home run in the can.” Upton hit a home