He said it

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - THE SECOND PAGE -

From Dwight Perry of the Seat­tle Times:

■ “Thurs­day marked the 48th an­niver­sary of the first U.S. as­tro­naut to land on the moon. But why’d they have to come back with Den­nis Rod­man?

■ “Ole Miss foot­ball Coach Hugh Freeze re­signed af­ter he phoned an es­cort ser­vice, spark­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion that un­cov­ered a ‘pat­tern of per­sonal mis­con­duct,’ school of­fi­cials said. That just might stand as the worst call of the 2017 sea­son.”

■ “Mar­shawn Lynch, Oak­land’s fa­vorite home­grown run­ning back, is buy­ing Scend’s Restau­rant and Bar, a lo­cal soul-food joint, to keep it from clos­ing. But ve­he­mently de­nies he plans to re­name it Feast Mode.”

■ “An Auburn fan showed up at SEC me­dia days with his dog painted blue and or­ange. No word on whether all his neigh­bor­hood hy­drants are done up in Alabama col­ors, too.”

■ “Ex-pitcher Li­van Her­nan­dez has filed for bank­ruptcy, claim­ing he has less than $50,000 to show for the $53 mil­lion he earned in a 17-year ca­reer. Alert statis­ti­cians im­me­di­ately cred­ited him with a blown sav­ings.”

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