Florida remains mum on whether or not Billy Donovan is back at Florida. Blame lawyers for this delay. While we wait for official word that the second tenure of Billy Donovan has begun, let's take a poll: Which recent Florida sports story is more bizarre?
This is a tempting vote. Nothing seems quite as bizarre as Ricky Williams, one of the potentially greatest running backs of all time who would rather sit around in northern California, smoke doobies and teach yoga.
Somewhere in Gainesville Billy D. is praying for guidance. This is a funny picture of Billy considering his current predicament. It has been rumored (by me, right now) that Billy D. will announce tomorrow that he couldn't bear coaching the Orlando Magic because of religious reasons. Magic, after all, infers blasphemy.
Donovan pleaded with officials to change the name to the Orlando Miracles. You know the rest of the story.
But still in last place.
A beautiful marriage here. Cheaters and liars are meant for each other.
That's right. In case you haven't heard, leaders of the Florida High School Athletic Association (in all of their brilliance) recently sanctioned cheerleading as an official varsity sport. Feel sorry for the high school sports reporters around the state charged with picking all-county cheerleading teams. (And you thought soccer parents were crazy.) Don't forget, reporters, guys are cheerleaders, too.