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Tuesday Blogdome: Sooners linebacker can't stop peeing in public

Feb 16, 2010, 3:00 PM EDT

OU Sooner Deflates His Dirigible Indiscriminately. Police arrested University of Oklahoma football player Austin Box over the weekend in Bricktown after an officer saw him urinating on bar stools, according to a police report. An officer saw Box, a junior linebacker, standing below the entrance to Skky Bar on Mickey Mantle Drive about 2 a.m. Saturday, the report states. Box walked to a corner on a balcony near the entrance and urinated, police said. Box told police he had been kicked out of the bar and “had to go,” according to the report. This isn’t the first time Mr. Box has publicly expressed a distressed bladder. [SportsbyBrooks]

* Coach K Has No Interest in Leaving Duke Right Now. “I was asked over the weekend about that after the game. First off all, I have a lot of respect for them. I think it’s a good job, it’s just not a good job for me and the Nets haven’t offered that. I hate to comment and make it appear that the Nets have done something that they haven’t done. They haven’t done that. I was goofing around after the game … I said for a Russian to hire a Polish guy, that’s just not gonna happen.” [Sports Radio Interviews]
* Best stripper cop skating routine ever. Leave it to our fave Finn Kiira Korpi to kick it up a notch with this routine in the 2010 Euros last month, where she’s dressed up as a cop and then peels off her sequined uni to reveal more conventional regalia. It’s meant to express the difficulties of a woman striving for what she wants in a man’s world, and that sometimes a woman has to act like a man…or she just really likes taking her clothes off. That’s what the Russian judge told me, anyway. [With Leather]
* A Simple Reminder for Jacques Rogge and the IOC. The opening round of the men’s side of the Olympic ice hockey tournament begins tomorrow, but the functionaries at the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the same folks who caved under pressure from China when it came to censoring Internet access in Beijing two years ago, just couldn’t leave well enough alone when it came to U.S. goalie Jonathan Quick’s helmet. [Off Wing Opinion]
* Russia’s Curling Captain Makes My Heart Skip. At the tender age of 19, Russia’s Liudmila Privivkova served as the skip for her nation’s curling squad. Despite her precocious rise in the sport, the team finished in 7th in Turin. Everyone’s favorite odd game, curling, saw huge ratings at those games and so NBC is planning on giving a healthy dose of curling to the masses this time around. So long as the lovely Liudmila is on the screen, it’s fair to say we ALL win. [The Slanch Report]
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  1. NoCalAl - Feb 16, 2010 at 5:27 PM

    The Mick couldn’t have done it any better.