Samantha Steele To Make KU Cakewalk Delicious

• Is there really any reason to watch the Fox College Sports broadcast of Kansas vs. Northern Colorado? Yes - and that reason is Samantha Steele.

Samantha Steele

• It’s bad enough Brett Favre can never decide when to end his career, but does he have to try to end other players’ careers with cheap blocks?

Pacman Jones could be taking off for the Great White North. Winnipeg strip clubs already prepared to “Make it snow!” (It’s too cold for rain.)

• Why did Rich Rodriguez tear up during his recent press conference? Maybe because he’s being sued in a real estate deal gone wrong.

• Golf in England deserves a two-stroke penalty for banning beautiful caddy babes from the courses.

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Sideline Stunner Samantha Steele Goes To Work

Like a chain smoker on a trans-Atlantic flight, we’ve spent the college football offseason shaking and sweating uncontrollably, unable to think about anything other than lighting up that first glorious college football broadcast of the season. Now we’re almost in the clear and are coming in for a landing to the (strained metaphor coming) Heathrow Airport that is this first football weekend of the season.

Samantha Steele

One of the few problems we’ve had with college football are the TV broadcasts. We’re not the only ones; hell, entire websites have been devoted to the insipid gaffe machines that populate the booths and sidelines of college football broadcasts. Thankfully, Samantha “The Next Erin Andrews” Steele of Fox College Sports is determined not to follow in those footsteps. She’s determined to actually learn the details about the teams she’s covering, and will go to quite the lengths to get them.

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We’d Never Heard Of This CBI Before Now, Either

THE SPORTS ECONOMIST catches something that I’d imagine went under everyone’s radar: the birth of yet another postseason college basketball tournament.

CBI College Basketball Tournament

The College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Postseason Tournament will take 16 teams left out of the NCAA madness to have their own tournament, which will begin on Tuesday night and air on the cable network known as Fox College Sports.

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