Andre was stunned by the loss. After the match he climbed into the stands looking for Barbra Streisand.
UPSETS GALORE IN NFL WEEK 1
Tell me about it. I dropped $550 taking under 28—on Steve Spurrier visor tosses.
The Texans won their opener. Bob McNair paid $700 million for the new franchise. Actually, the price was $11 million, plus $689 million for shipping and handling Paul Tagliabue.
Major traffic problems around the team's new facility, Reliant Stadium. Apparently, there's still a jam created by people leaving the Astrodome from a 1996 Oilers-Steelers game.
In other NFL news, the Browns announced that beer sales will be cut off at the end of the third quarter. And you must be 21 with a photo I.D. to buy kibble.
Tennessee offensive lineman Bruce Matthews finally retired after 19 seasons. Football experts believe he'll be a first-ballot Hall of Famer in 2007, and be able to come out of a three-point stance in 2008.
USA SHOWS NO MEDAL IN WORLD HOOP CHAMPIONSHIPS
On consecutive nights the Americans lost to Argentina and Yugoslavia at Conseco Fieldhouse. Luckily, there were no witnesses.
Sad. By the end of the tournament Spike Lee was heckling Reggie Miller in Croatian.