BUCK: STOPS HERE
Turns out comedian Artie Lange (left) was wrong when he predicted on the air that Joe Buck's awkward foray into the talk-show arena, Joe Buck Live (on which Lange was an epically ungrateful guest; YouTube it), wouldn't last even four episodes. The fourth, and final, installment will air in April.
A week after 2009's top-rated RB recruit, Bryce Brown, was a no-show at Tennessee's spring practice, masher tackle Aaron Douglas bid adieu. That leaves new coach Derek Dooley with no returning starting linemen and one back with more than 10 carries in '09.
Have they hit foggy bottom in D.C.? The team lost its 15th straight, and coach Flip Saunders boiled over at big man Andray Blatche. The long nightmare may not be over: Prez Ernie Grunfeld declared that disgraced guard Gilbert Arenas will be back in November.
In an incident caught on camera, Florida coach Urban Meyer (left), just back from a leave, chewed out a reporter he felt had taken a player's quote out of context, telling the scribe, "If that was my son, we'd be going at it right now." Meyer later apologized.