?Marijuana in a sock belonging to Heat rookie Rodney Buford, who ran afoul of drug dogs in Toronto. Canadian customs has been using the dogs on charter flights to crack down on high-end travelers. Buford wasn't charged, but coach Pat Riley sent him home.
? Temple basketball players, on orders from coach John Chaney. His new code calls for close-cropped hair and jewelry-free earlobes. Said Chaney, "Now I'm looking for someone to take those tattoos off them."
? Primo Nebiolo, 76, Machiavellian president of track and field's world governing body, the IAAF. Upon Nebiolo's death, his countryman Livio Berruti of Italy, the 1960 Olympic 200-meter champ, said Nebiolo "trampled, corrupted and sullied the sporting ideals in which I believed."
?By PEOPLE magazine, that Saints running back Ricky Williams is the world's sexiest athlete. "Women lunge at him as if by catapult," Miami Herald columnist Dan Le Batard told the magazine.
?Twelve members of the Ohio State women's rugby team, who posed topless for a photo at the Lincoln Memorial. The flashers were temporarily suspended but weren't arrested, since going topless isn't illegal in D.C.