The Good, The Bad, The Fugly – November 3 Edition

I’ve been hearing complaints (from my conscience) that I do not post enough. To quell this disapproval, I’m implementing a mid-week sports feature called “The Good, The Bad, The Fugly”. I want to touch on a few stories, major headlines or not, that fall into those three categories. For those of you struggling to understand the word fugly, it’s a mash between fuBLEEP and ugly. Get it?

Welcome to the first edition.

THE GOOD
Sue Falsone was named head athletic trainer by the Dodgers on Monday, making her the first female in all four major professional sports leagues to assume that title. Props to Falsone for clearing being kickass at her job and achieving professionally what no other female has yet been able to, and props to the Dodgers for being genderblind in recognizing the best option for their staff.
THE BAD
-The sanction-laden Ohio State Buckeyes football program had a huge win at home against Wisconsin last weekend, but the good news has turned sour once again. Sophomore RB Jaamal Berry has been suspended from the team following a misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct charge. Lots of the word alleged being thrown around, but read the link for more details.
THE FUGLY
-I am not a fan of Denver QB Tim Tebow, but last weekend, the Detroit Lions took their celebratory mocking to an awkwardly ugly level. Most notably, after sacking Tebow in the 2nd quarter, Detroit LB Stephen Tulloch genuflected, mocking Tebow’s prayer pose. I should rephrase… it’s not so much the mocking of a pose, but the fact that Tulloch (and a few other Lions) mocked Tebow-in-prayer (because Tebow prays a lot. Whatever. That’s his deal.). There has been a lot of back and forth on this, and everyone seems divided on the subject. Mocking and celebration is a big part of football these days, but this just seemed a little classless.

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