This is a great report on the NFL's criminal element from a fellow Dolphin fan. Jill did a great job with her research and writing here. Be sure to check the chart at the end to see where your favorite NFL team stacks up on player arrests.
Greetings, Trifecta fans. It's that time again. NASCAR moves to cable, and the Beagle is left in the dark for all but three Saturday night races that will be broadcast on ABC(unless I can get them over the net).
This week, all three NASCAR series are racing, as well as the IRL.
In the chase for the coveted Triple Lug Nut Trophy, CR still leads the field with 2 wins.
1.) The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race from Texas, Friday June 4; green flag drops at 9:19pm ET (entry list)
2.) The NASCAR Nationwide Series race from Nashville, Saturday, June 5; green flag drops at 8:16pm ET (entry list)
3.) The IRL race from Texas, Saturday, June 5; green flag drops at 8:50pm ET (entry list)
4.) The NASCAR Sprint Cup race from Pocono, Sunday June 6;green flag drops at 1:18pm ET (entry list)
Remember, there is no penalty for changing drivers within a race. There is a 5 point penalty for changing races once you have completed a race.
Questions to be answered; - can Chip Ganassi have the perfect day and nab a win tonight? - will Roger Penske be peeved at all his Indy pit issues and go 1-2-3? - will Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin get through the race without swearing at each other?
the burning issues; - can Helio make it 4 wins with a repeat pole/win combo? - will the Ganassi duo overcome Penske's apparent speed advantage from qualifying? - since Mark Webber cracked Australia's winning drought in F1 last year with Marcos Ambrose doing the same in NASCAR (Nationwide series obviously), can either Will or Ryan become the first Aussie to win the 500? - will Danica or Marco shrug off all the pressure and take the win? - can anyone beat these two teams or are they merely chasing sixth today?