Even rank immodesty after a 1-yard run gives TV an opportunity to do dirt to sports.Where was Carolina’s sideline passing game, so strong all season?I wanna just come on TV and just tell my rappers, tell my friends, 'Yo, stop it.' " Taking on Bush was a perfectly hip-hop move, but taking on homophobia, West feared, could be career suicide.Undeterred, he revisited the subject in a November 2005 interview, discussing his love for his openly gay cousin, not to mention his conflicted but evolving attitude toward his interior decorator.
Saying "no homo" might have started as a way for rappers to acknowledge and distance themselves from the down-low phenomenon.The Ad Council's latest iteration of its multiple award-winning "Love Has No Labels" campaign reinvents the tradition of the "kiss cam" used at big sports games for a new, more tolerant generation.Released in time for Valentine's day, "Fans of Love" was filmed at the NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando in January -- the location particularly signifcant given last year's mass shooting at the LGBT Pulse club in the city.Surprised he didn’t exploit the anthem to display his Gatorade money towel. The ex-NFL ref and CBS’ in-house replay-challenge expert got another one wrong, claiming that a pass to Jerricho Cotchery that was ruled incomplete would be changed. But look at it this way: Here’s an accomplished NFL ref who sits in judgment of get-it-right replays and getting it right still comes down to maybe.On the flipside, Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas demonstrated class, not returning to the sideline after the coin flip until he’d shaken hands with the Bay Area Super Bowl MVPs who were called to witness the flip. Jim Nantz’s “Here’s a look at our Bud Light Skycam” was followed by a so-what look at the field.