The second season of the Lingerie Football League saw expansion, a television presence on MTV2, an “All-Fantasy Game,” and a number of YouTube videos of the “action.”
Maligned as it may be, when you add it all up, the LFL is a minor success story — set to reach 14 teams next season.
Now, the formula is being taken to hoops — even if there already is a large, established women’s professional league.
The team names such as “Indiana Milkshake” are truly pushing the envelop even beyond where the LFL has taken them, but that’s no surprise considering the league’s motto: “Excellence or Bust.”
“That’s the ultimate dream at the end of the day,” … “Who wouldn’t want to go back home to play?”
–Carmelo Anthony, on his trade-rumor saga
Apparently, Sox fans aren’t sweating the Yankees’ Rafael Soriano signing.
“”The deal would mark the first major free-agent addition for the Yankees this offseason after they missed out on ace Cliff Lee.”
“AL East rival Boston has been especially busy this winter, signing Crawford and trading for All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.”
Bruins fans may have to watch out Saturday. Penguins fans feel no pain.