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Today's episode of BR5 gets you up-to-date on everything from an offer for Tim Tebow to an old Tim Duncan.
In the continuing effort to help combat the national epidemic of people who cheat on their spouses, cheaterville.com has reportedly offered Tim Tebow $1 million to be their spokesperson. Cheaterville.com was created to help expose people who have a history of cheating on their loved ones.
The New York Post is known for their eye-grabbing headlines. It was no surprise when they used Tiger Woods' sex scandal to congratulate his latest tournament victory with the headline, "Look Out, Ladies!" The Las Vegas Hotel and Casino also now has Tiger as the favorite to win the Masters.
The San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich proved on Sunday that he has a sense of humor about his big man Tim Duncan and the NBA's condensed schedule. When Coach Popovich submitted the lineup, he listed his 13-time All-Star as "DNP-OLD".
The NFL Network has quietly distanced themselves from Warren Sapp, going as far as taking his twitter handle off the Total Access show. Sapp, who is known as being outspoken, recently called out Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey for his alleged role with the 'Bounty-gate' scandal.
19-year-old tennis pro Bernard Tomic is putting his foot down against his overbearing, bullying dad. The older Tomic was visibly frustrated by his son’s performance, creating a distraction for Bernard. So Bernard went to the umpire and said, “He’s annoying me. I know he’s my father, but he’s annoying me. I want him to leave.”