During the NFL Pro Bowl, lineman Jeff Saturday briefly switched sides and joined the other team. Bill Callahan said: “You can do that?”
The Pro Bowl, which featured an offensive line with Richie Incognito going against a defensive line anchored by Ndamukong Suh, was on opposite the WWE Royal Rumble. To clear up some confusion, the Claw hold and jumping off the turnbuckle, that was Incognito and Suh.
Suh is going to compete in the ABC reality diving show “Splash.” The big concern with a diving show featuring Ndamukong Suh? Tidal waves.
At the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, fans could toss notes to competitors. Let’s hope Nebraska football never adopts this policy, or it’ll take five months to remove all the paper from the field.
College football signing day is Wednesday. This is now the second biggest day in college football, next to the new National Decommit Day.
After switching his commitment to Auburn, receiver Dominic Walker told media that Bo Pelini was “mad.” Come on, Walker, Nebraskans know Bo too well to believe — nah, I’m just kidding.
What we don’t know was which level of mad Pelini was. Was it John McEnroe throwing his racket mad, or was it Bruce Banner turning into the Incredible Hulk mad?
Braylon Heard will transfer from Nebraska, according to a source who asked for anonymity so as not to incur the wrath of Pelini for all eternity ... I mean, so as not to influence the transfer process.
Bill Snyder signed a new five-year contract with Kansas State. This means in 2018, K-State will become the first NCAA team to ever be coached by the world’s oldest man.
There are reports that some Alabama football players used deer antler spray. Because it’s Alabama, these are the only athletes who drive up with their performance enhancers strapped to the roof of their cars.
The Omaha Central boys basketball team lost at Papillion-La Vista, a team that was helped by a rabid home crowd. I’ve seen mellower mosh pits.
Michigan is the new No. 1 men’s team in the nation in college basketball. Before the Big Ten gets too cocky, I’d like to point out that college baseball season is about to begin.
Ohio State President Gordon Gee tweeted he was with OSU fans at their arena for the game with Wisconsin on Tuesday night. The problem: the game wasn’t until Wednesday. It’s hard to say if Michigan takes more satisfaction from this or being No. 1.
Curt Schilling plans to auction off his bloody sock and hopes to get $100,000. “Honey — we aren’t going to be able to send the kids to college after all, but look what I just bought!”
There was only one problem with the first couple of days of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. With all the empty seats, people mistook it for an early-season Creighton baseball game.
And finally: On the TNT NBA halftime show, it was revealed that Charles Barkley waxes his eyebrows. This is the single most important bit of information ever learned by TNT halftime show viewers.