Good to be here. Are you like me? Are you waiting for Rush Limbaugh to say the dog who won best-in-show at Westminster is overrated because he's black?
FATHER'S DAY-TONA FOR DALE JR.
Earnhardt won the 500 for the first time, finishing just ahead of Tony Stewart from Joe Gibbs Racing. But to be fair, Stewart had to run the last 20 laps with Mark Brunell in the backseat.
The race drew its fewest entrants in 10 years, only 45 cars. And here's the really sad part: 18 of those were in President Bush's motorcade.
Bush attended the Great American Race, and next month, he's going to stand at the front gate of Talladega for two hours to complete his National Guard commitment.
Bobby Labonte's number 18 Chevy featured an ad for The Passion of the Christ. Honestly, didn't you think the car would drop out, then come back and finish three days later?
This is fascinating. Labonte's crew couldn't put the signage on the hood until Barabbas agreed to get off the intake manifold.
MIAMI'S TOP FOOTBALL RECRUIT WILLIE WILLIAMS CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR BATTERY
The Parade All-America linebacker allegedly committed a felony and two misdemeanors just two days before his 18-month-probation term for burglary was due to end. Is it me, or could this guy be easily fooled by the snap count?
School officials said they were unaware Williams had been arrested 10 times between 1999 and 2002. Although they suspected that something might be amiss when his letter of intent was co-signed by a bail bondsman.