Some Firms Say Baseball Tax Looks Too High and Hard – The Post
Hopefully, they can work this out so that mid-size businesses will not get hit too hard. Also, the vote could be moved to next week [it looks like it will need to be to accommodate Jack Evans (D-Ward 2) and Harold Brazil (D-At Large)] and Linda Cropp will support the mayor’s plan if need be; I think I mentioned that yesterday, but it bears repeating. Here is more about all of this: Cropp Backs Stadium Plan, With a Caveat – The Post
More from The Wash. Times: Cropp agrees to compromise on ballpark
Bowden Gearing Up To Land Some Players
– The Post
Hopefully, Brad Wilkerson and Nick Johnson will not be dealt.
THE LIONS SLEEP TONIGHT (SATURDAY AFTERNOON’S TOO)
Nittany Lions still looking for go-to guy at wide receiver – CDT
“Nobody is going to be scared of us,” Paterno said Tuesday. “Neither Indiana nor Michigan State is going to be afraid, except for Michael Robinson. I am talking about wideouts, not the running backs.”
Au contraire, monsieur Paterno — the wideouts scare the hell out of me.
Nick Horvath, Jr.
– Mills deserves standing ovation
Horvath is really p.o.’ed about Mills getting booed. Ultimately, he is right. I do expect Mills to get a standing ovation on Senior Day though.
Paterno says team is tired
They probably are tired and just want the season to end. Who can blame them? It takes a lot out of you to get run over for 3.5 hours every Saturday.
Bowden knows PSU dilemma
Every time I hear the words “BOWDEN” and “PATERNO” same paragraph, I cringe and I think a little part of me dies — probably something minor like some skin cells or part of a lung.
Pressure building to a boil for Lions
If I were the Lions, I would not worry much more about pressure. If they lose this weekend, which I fully expect, no one will be left to pressure them. We just won’t care.
Recovering Cope Describes Injury – WTAE-TV
Get your Myron fix — he is okay!