Fox has sold 75% of its TV ad inventory for Super Bowl XXXIX. But there's still prime space available on Terry Bradshaw's head.
Three weeks after the Ron Artest incident, the NFL is still testing the feasibility of sideline seats, 12 yards away from the team benches. I believe this answers the question, Is there mandatory drug testing at league headquarters?
Five Pacers criminally charged in Auburn Hills brawl This is serious. Apparently, David Harrison and Anthony Johnson forgot to check in at the scorer's table before going into the stands.
Elsewhere, Tracy McGrady scored 13 points in the final 35 seconds as the Rockets came from 10 down to beat the Spurs. Finally he's adapting to Jeff Van Gundy's deliberate, spread-the-wealth offense.
Everyone is excited about the upcoming Christmas Day game between the Lakers and the Heat. Phil Jackson was supposed to come back as a guest analyst for ABC. Unfortunately he couldn't get his karma out of the shop.
A $2,000 courtside seat for the Christmas Day game is going for $28,250. But I'm sure Karl Malone will give you his for 50 bucks if you promise to heckle Kobe.
NHL and union back to the table Also last week, Brendan Shanahan's informal hockey summit came up with a list of 10 ways to improve the NHL. No. 1: Increase number of actual games from zero.
Jeff Gordon to market his own signature line of upscale wines Well, that should take care of the six NASCAR fans that were on the fence about hating him.
My time is up. You've been great. Enjoy 10cc.
Bill Scheft is the creator of the Gene Keady reality series, Hair Factor.