You can keep telling yourself there are other fish in the sea (or lake, or whatever); but they're probably not as big as this one.
It's a great day for people who root for stuff. Over at YesButNoButYes, our good friend Jellio has a great post on the world's most rabid fan bases.
We're still feeling a bit let down by Saturday's so-called "Game of the Century".
Bob Knight was at it again last night, giving one of his players a little shot to the chin. Now, Knight's bashers are surely going to call for his head.
"The last big football game Rutgers played was the first college football game ever," the great Tony Kornheiser said last Thursday, referring to a 6-4 victory over Princeton in 1869.
+Lynn Swann, former Steeler and owner of four Super Bowl rings, is running for Governor of Pennsylvania against political powerhouse and Democratic incumbent Ed Rendell. Swann is a long
Dock Ellis was a pretty eccentric baseball player, which befits a man who now claims he never played a major league game sober.
Our friends over at Treehugger.com are into Yo-Yos (and no, I don't mean of the cello-playing variety).
During game two of the World Series, FOX cameras noticed a suspicious substance on Detroit pitcher Kenny Rogers' left hand. Rogers cleaned up between innings.
"Socrates taught Plato, Plato taught Aristotle, Aristotle taught Alexander the Great"¦" That's how Mary kicked off mental_floss Teacher Appreciation Week.
A logical follow-up p