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The week's most amusing—and insightful—reality show was ESPN's QB Camp, on which Jon Gruden was merrily blunt with four prospects (page 42). Gruden (right) bashed Sam Bradford's scrambling, told Jimmy Clausen not to become the next Ryan Leaf and asked a drawling Colt McCoy, "Do you yodel?"
MAKE WAY FOR THE DIESEL!
After missing 23 games with a torn thumb ligament, Cavs center Shaquille O'Neal (right) was ready to roll in last Saturday's win over the Bulls. The line: 12 points, five boards, three blocks and one new move—a barreling spin that he dubbed Diesel Truck with No Brakes.
HONOR ON THE LINKS
A cudgeled sport got a welcome stroke of integrity when, during the playoff at the Verizon Heritage, Brian Davis (right) called a penalty on himself and conceded victory to Jim Furyk. Said PGA Tour official Slugger White of Davis, "He's class, first class."
THOSE FRISKY YANKEES
New York hadn't won four series to start a season in 84 years—until Saturday. Is there a Yanks fountain of youth? Lefty Andy Pettitte, 37, was having his best April ever (1.35 ERA), and 35-year-old Derek Jeter's .380 average through 50 at bats was his highest since 1999.