Blogging the Bloggers: Z-Bo’s DUI, the Cheryl Miller/Scot Pollard feud and more

SPORTSBYBROOKS has the details about Zach Randolph’s DUI early Monday morning. Why does a guy making $17 million per season ever have a reason to drink and drive?

THE LOVE OF SPORTS describes in great detail why Tom Izzo’s Michigan State team is so important to the state of Michigan and the city of Detroit.

DEADSPIN wonders if John Calipari’s daughters should get off of Facebook now that they’re members of the Kentucky royal family.

NESW SPORTS has video of maybe the most uncomfortable four and a half minutes in the history of NBA pregame/halftime/postgame shows. Cheryl Miller was not happy with Scot Pollard’s tardiness to the set and she let him know about it.

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Blogging the Bloggers: Thursday

DEADSPIN discusses a recent Rolling Stone article about a twentysomething female teacher (right) who had an affair with a 15 year-old wrestler/football player. There’s a double standard when it comes to female (versus male) teachers that have an affair with a student. Men are typically thrown in jail while women usually get a much lighter sentence. The article is a good read.

LA BALL TALK is not pleased with the decision of Kobe Bryant’s website, KB24, to move to a subscription-based format. Kobe apparently wants each of his diehard fans to pony up $50 to be a member.

NESW SPORTS has a funny video of Gary Payton (at the height of his stardom in Seattle) doing an interview about a new company he was starting, Gary Payton Wireless. That’s right — GP wanted to start a wireless phone company.

MIDWEST SPORTS FANS has the story of the mayor of Pittsburgh changing his last name — legally — from “Ravenstahl” to “Steelerstahl.” Seriously.

SPORTSbyBROOKS says that there’s a high school cheerleader in Florida who has sent out more than 35,000 text messages in a single month…twice. That’s 72 messages per hour, once sleep is factored in. Wowsers.

– Should Fox replace Joe Buck? One writer thinks so, and DEADSPIN comments. I have just two words to say about this — Gus Johnson.

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