Louisville and TCU are engaged in a dogfight elimination game in the College World Series, with the Cardinals trailing by one run, 4-3. So it’s only natural that the Cards’ skipper should get severely worked up over a close bang-bang play on a steal attempt at second base. That’s a REALY damn close play at the bag, and Louisville coach Dan McDonnell has a pretty strong argument in his favor. In any case, his runner was out, and he was gone. TCU continues to hold a 4-3 lead in the top of the eighth.
Ex-Jets linebacker David Harris reached a two-year deal with the New England Patriots on Wednesday. The deal is worth $6.75 million, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Harris was shockingly released by the Jets on June 6 after they were unable to agree to a pay cut with the veteran linebacker. Releasing Harris saved the Jets $6.5 million in cap space. The 33-year-old LB was the longest-tenured member of the Jets, and his release caught many off guard. Naturally, fans were further upset when Harris signed with the rival Patriots.
Travelle Gaines and Gar Forman are not exactly best friends.