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November 7, 2012 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer
TERRY BRADSHAW was in damage-control mode after making a comment that could be construed as racist. On Sunday, the Fox studio analyst was describing highlights of the Dolphins-Colts game. In one clip, Miami running back Reggie Bush was on his way to scoring on an 18-yard touchdown run and Bradshaw said it looked "like he was chasing that bucket of chicken the wind was blowing. " On Monday, Bradshaw offered an apology via USA Today saying he was "so sorry if I hurt anybody . . . " Geez, did he really say if ?
SPORTS
October 22, 2012 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Charles Barkley has heard all of the variables. He knows about as much about Andrew Bynum's knees as you do. He's well aware that Doug Collins' coaching style doesn't always go down easily with players. And he's well aware that his old team has added significantly more athletic players, and players who in theory should make the 76ers dramatically better - at least on paper - as an outside shooting team. But the way Barkley sees it, the one critical variable in all of this is whether Bynum is ready to be "The Man" the Sixers believe he can and should be. "I love the Bynum trade for the Sixers," Barkley, who spent eight seasons of his Hall of Fame career in Philadelphia, said earlier this week via phone.
SPORTS
October 5, 2012 | From Inquirer Wire Services
NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, wife Ashley, and former NBA player Penny Hardaway have agreed to join the group of minority owners for the Memphis Grizzlies, said a person familiar with the deal. The Mannings and Hardaway join a minority group that includes singer and actor Justin Timberlake and a couple of Memphis businessmen, the person told the Associated Press on Thursday on condition of anonymity because prospective buyer Robert J. Pera's purchase of the Grizzlies is pending approval by the NBA. Pera, owner of a California tech company, agreed to buy the Grizzlies from Michael Heisley in June for $350 million.
SPORTS
October 5, 2012 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer
IT'S NO SECRET that former Phillies ace Curt Schilling is hurting for cash. You don't get featured in ESPN Film's latest 30-for-30 documentary, "Broke," unless you're . . . well . . . broke. Schilling has said he personally lost almost $50 million when 38 Studios, his video game company, filed for bankruptcy. On Thursday, he said he may also lose some of his most cherished sports mementos, including the bloody sock he wore while pitching for the Red Sox in Game 2 of the 2004 World Series.
SPORTS
August 13, 2012 | Freelance
Q: My girlfriend was somehow surprised that a lot of guys (meaning: all guys) have at some point gone on the Internet to look at porn. Ever since she found this out, she's seems to look at me different. Maybe I'm just imagining thing, but I don't think so. Any suggestions on how to tell her this is not a big deal? — Looker in Fishtown A: Maybe she looks at you different because she saw your picture on some porn site. Just kidding, dude. Seriously, the only guy she has to concern herself with is you, not other guys.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 15, 2012
LOCAL EVENT PLANNER/model Lindsay Furman is one of the new surprise women added to the cast of NBC's "Love in the Wild. "   Furman, of Fairmount, and five other new women were seen at the very end of Tuesday's episode but will be introduced next week, when they will try to couple up with the male contestants on the dating/adventure reality show. "What is this? In walks the sluttiest-looking girls to come in here and steal our guys from us," Manayunk's Jenny Blatt, an original cast mate, said on the show when Furman and Co. showed up. No idea how long Furman, 30, who models with MMC in New York, sticks around on the show, but we are told that she now has a boyfriend she met after the show.
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