"I never expected it to be on the front pages of all the papers and websites.
There was speculation what our invitations would look like and who is coming!
“We have to tell you this for sure, earlier in the show we had a graphic error in the rundown,” Monday Night Countdown anchor Chris Berman said.
This young lady, Alex Leigh, was the guest of Colin Montgomerie recently at Wimbledon.
Yes, the golfer with the bigger rack than Phil Mickelson and Natalie Gulbis pulled this underwear model.
Due to the three Diet Pepsis I consumed during the day, I felt the need to empty my bladder before I placed my order. frame of mind to take in three hours and 141 yards of total offense. Few times does a game live down to my expectations, but this game pulled off that feat flawlessly.
While in the restroom, I witnessed a 20-ish Steeler fan emerge from the bathroom's lone stall and roll right out the door without washing his hands. The sad part is that 72,267 suckers paid good money to see the black and gold achieve 10 first downs and 23 yards passing.
ESPN has issued an apology after airing a graphic Monday entitled “Ben Roethlisberger ‘Drink and Drunk’” ...
instead of dink and dunk, football parlance for short passes.
It states that the proposal took place over Christmas and that Roethlisberger's agent has advised his client not to discuss his personal life with the media. If it's a taboo subject, carries pop cultural significance or involves a celebrity (you're 3-for-3), Eminem is gonna go there.
Ben has been immortalized in one of the rapper's songs, fittingly called "Despicable." That's when you know you've made it ... Pittsburgh Steelers star Ben Roethlisberger will not appeal his recent suspension by the NFL, even though he "committed no crime," he said in a statement.
A friend of the woman told police that Roethlisberger's bodyguard dragged the woman into a bathroom where she and Ben had sexual relations.
NFL star Ben Roethlisberger will not be charged for sexual assault over the alleged incident that took place March 5 in Georgia, according to news reports.
Was it the inspired punt return of Willie Reid, who was called out by Mike Tomlin earlier in the week for his, shall we say, "sucky" play? Was it watching Gary Russell and Verron Haynes tote the rock a combined 34 times? It was my pregame dining experience, which had a distinct Steeler flavor. Sadly, I was forced to take my business to Wal-Mart for some frozen pizza, having lost my appetite for fast food.