Ri Gov. seeking investigation at 38 Studios


Ri Gov. seeking investigation at 38 Studios

The Sports Tonight crew explores Curt Schilling's failures as a businessman... and that's the nice stuff they say.

"As great a pitcher as he was, he's an abomination as a business," said Joe Haggerty.

Kirk Minihane goes even further:

"Schilling at the end of the day is a giant, enormous 320 pound hypocrite. There's no way around it. Mr. Small Government, Mr. Stay Out Of My Way, Let Me Be The Guy. Then he goes, takes 75 million from the State of Rhode Island. Then he gets on his hands and knees last week, begs for more. And when they say no, what does he do, shuts down operations. 400 people out of work. State of RI 112 million. And guess what, who's paying for the unemployment? State of Rhode Island."


Curt Schilling may have thought his Red Sox heroics had earned him a free pass in New England, but he's probably gone and done the one thing that could bring more vitriol than anything else.

How long before people start throwing bloody socks his way?

Steelers RB Williams tweets nonsensical video about Patriots fan, deflated football


Steelers RB Williams tweets nonsensical video about Patriots fan, deflated football

DeAngelo Williams is not a Patriots fan. The Steelers running back took a shot at Bill Belichick back in February, and in July, after Tom Brady accepted his four-game suspension for Deflategate, Williams said he was happy the Patriots were going to be running into issues to start this season. 

I am glad they got problems. I don't care,” Williams said at the time. “Everybody has their problems, and I am glad they have theirs.”

Williams' most recent dig at the Patriots is a confusing one. It's clear he had an idea. He probably even thought it was a funny idea. The execution, though, was . . . lacking. Instead of a production put on by a multi-millionaire, the video he tweeted on Saturday looked more like something written and shot by a couple of third graders then slapped up on YouTube. 

The timing of Williams' video is a little odd given that Williams is out for Sunday's game due to a knee injury. He also earned some very high praise from Belichick earlier this week so you'd think he might be willing to hold off on the gratuitous Deflategate crack.

"DeAngelo Williams, I mean he led the league in rushing the two weeks where he played earlier in the year when he had a lot of carries," Belichick said. "He’s had a tremendous career. Really one of the all-time great careers statistically. He’s been tremendous."

His filmmaking career, though? Not so much.

Sunday, Oct. 23: Hall fitting in with Devils


Sunday, Oct. 23: Hall fitting in with Devils

Here are all the links from around the hockey world, and what I’m reading while waiting to find out which Walking Dead character got brained by Lucille in last season’s cliffhanger. I’m going with Abraham.

*The SI roundtable talks about the future of Jacob Trouba, and where he’ll end up going when his current situation resolves itself.

*P.K. Subban is apparently getting very comfortable in Nashville, and enjoying life in a city with NFL football.

*Fun conversation between Yahoo’s Josh Cooper and Brad Marchand about a whole range of random topics.

*A cool father-son story where they became the goaltending tandem for the Ontario Reign through a series of dominoes falling after Jonathan Quick went down with injury for the Los Angeles Kings.

*Pro Hockey Talk has Taylor Hall serving as exactly what the New Jersey Devils have needed for the last couple of years.

*For something completely different: FOH (Friend of Haggs) Dan Shaughnessy says that the MLB playoffs couldn’t have played out any worse for the Boston Red Sox.