What a difference a year makes. The only complaint about the Paul McCartney halftime show was that Fox forgot to air the warning, "Not suitable for viewers under 50."
Donovan McNabb denied reports that he was sick to his stomach during the fourth quarter. The only thing he threw up was the pass to Rodney Harrison.
Eagles center Hank Fraley said that at one point McNabb was so ill, a teammate had to call a play in the huddle. Hmmm. How come I think that was the one play that went to Freddie Mitchell?
Lakers start off 1--5 under Frank Hamlin L.A. is an unforgiving town. Last week Paul Westhead was forced out of a Magic Johnson theater.
There are rumors that Phil Jackson may return to L.A. I think he's serious. Last week two of his chakras were looking at houses in Malibu.
Meanwhile, Toronto point guard Rafer Alston says he deserves an apology from Raptors coach Sam Mitchell after Alston was benched during a loss to the Bucks. Rafer's so unhappy, he's thinking of changing his Streetball name from Skip to My Lou to Skip Town.
Ashton Kutcher named honorary starter for Daytona 500 He was hoping to drive the pace car, but race organizers told him he had to be accompanied by an adult, or Demi Moore.
NASCAR will simulcast the Daytona 500 in movie theaters in New York City and Irvine, Calif. To re-create the whole NASCAR experience, the movie will be preceded by 10,000 trailers.
Before being named secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice was rumored to be on the short list for WNBA commissioner I don't know. Do you really think she has enough experience saying something is going well when it isn't?
My time is up. You've been great. Enjoy Suzy Quattro.