The morning links, and a good morning it is:
Time to start thinking Olympian thoughts, and Lord tunderin' Jesus, but Newfoundland's Brad Goshue is the toast of the Rock this morning. And in the best line of the weekend, Dave Perkins asks if the world is ready for the Shrewd of Turin.
Still on things cold, and Beckie Scott wins gold in B.C.
The Colts are at 13-0 and Mike Ditka (and everyone else, I reckon) wants to see a perfect season (along with some really expensive champagne on ice sitting in the fridge going flat on those '72 Dolphins and their annoying tradition).
Thanks to e-mailer Jeffrey Mahardi, who sent in a couple of links on Australia's debate as the Socceroos make ready for the World Cup: should the game be called soccer (yes, say the Aussie Rules people) or football (yay to that, says the soccer, er, football crowd)?
In the NBA, Ron Artest wants to be traded. To the Knicks, yet. Silly man.