Wakeup Call: Break up the Blackhawks!

Wakeup Call: Break up the Blackhawks!
February 11, 2013, 2:30 pm
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Here's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy and/or interesting tidbits -- for Monday, February 11:

BASEBALL

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

  • The Paterno family goes public with a detailed critique to the Freeh report on the Jerry Sandusky scandal, calling it a "rush to injustice". (AP)
  • But Dan Wetzel calls it a "a masterful testament to unnecessary declarative statements, the creation of straw men and everything else one gets when lawyers are hired by wealthy clients to prepare a 'thorough' report" that does "little to nothing to suggest that Paterno didn't know" Sandusky was sexually molesting young boys. (Yahoo! Sports)
  • For his part, Louis Freeh isn't impressed with the Paternos' "self-serving report." (NBC's College Football Talk)
  • In the end, this bickering over the Paterno legacy is ugly. And sad. (CSN Philly)
  • If you remember Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside, Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis, then you probably remember Doug Kenna, the quarterback of those great Army teams of the '40s. He died Jan. 28 at the age of 88. (AP)
  • Cam Cameron, whose firing as Ravens' offensive coordinator -- coincidentally or not -- seemed to spark Baltimore's run to the Super Bowl, apparently is resurfacing at LSU. (CSN Baltimore)

GOLF

HOCKEY

OLYMPICS

PRO BASKETBALL

PRO FOOTBALL

TENNIS