Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Links: Equinox Edition

Via the Kansas Viking, Eric Krupka of RealFootball 365 thinks Tarvaris Jackson is the solution, not the problem. now has all-time franchise leaders compiled.

Cold, Hard Football Facts praises some players they loved; ignore the praise for the Steelers, take in the praise for Ken Stabler. And yes, CHFF, "The Vegan Chick wouldn’t even eat cake if it had eggs in it." That's sort of what vegan means.

Outsports now knows where Tony Dungy stands and why he spoke for an anti-gay group's fundraiser. Says Dungy, "IFI is saying what the Lord says. You can take that and make your decision on which way you want to be. I'm on the Lord's side." Here's what else the Lord says, according to Deuteronomy 22:11: "Thou shalt not wear a garment of divers sorts, as of woollen and linen together." I'm sure that when Tony Dungy is shopping for slacks, he checks the tag to make sure he doesn't buy anything that's 50% cotton, 50% polyester, lest he sin against the Lord's Word.

Bruin Basketball Report gives us a preview of the upcoming UCLA-Pittsburgh game.

Next October, Ian McKellan will be starring in King Lear at the Guthrie.

Via 3quarksdaily, the NY Times has a bit on morality and biology.


  1. Your David Carr dreams can begin again. Word on PFT is that Matt Schaub has been traded to the Texans, opening the door for Carr's release.

    And now at starting QB for the Minnesota Vikings.....David Carr.

  2. Anonymous8:49 PM

    It's interesting to read the occasional headlines from OutSports, since that's not something I would probably otherwise run into. The Dungy controversy is definitely something that should be getting a little more national attention...