DAILY RAYS OF SUNSHINE

EAT SUBS, MAKE MILLIONS

I spoke with Jared from Subway at the Final Four. He is the most famous former fat person in the history of mankind. The guy has a good sense of humor, we busted his balls. CLICK HERE FOR THE INTERVIEW.

BAY AREA IS PISSED ABOUT TRENT JOHNSON LEAVING

Stanford AD Bob Bowlsby has some ‘splaining to do about his coach Trent Johnson bolting for LSU. Tim Kawakami says there better be a good explanation of Bowlsby should be fired.

Jon Wilner’s blog predicted this would happen three weeks ago.

Meanwhile here’s Wilner’s early speculation on who could get the Stanford job.

One name mentioned by a Stanford source (who had not spoken to Bowlsby) was Brad Holland, the former UCLA star and San Diego coach — remember, Bowlsby plucked Harbaugh from USD.

Holland is a good coach who’s used to working with academic restrictions and has tons of west coast recruiting connections. He brought in all the players that took San Diego to the WCC title and first-round win over UConn.

But I’m not sure how easy a sell Holland would be for Bowlsby: Lose the Pac-10 coach of the year, bring in a man who (rightly or wrongly) was dismissed by USD last spring.

St. Mary’s Randy Bennett? Perhaps.

San Diego’s Bill Grier? Maybe.

Gonzaga’s Mark Few? If you’re Bowlsby, you have to make the call.

New Mexico’s Steve Alford? Bowlsby hired him at Iowa.

RED SOX NATION MOST EFFEMINANT FAN BASE IN THE WORLD

Why the Boston fans love “Sweet Caroline” so much is a mystery to me. Now they’ve demanded Neil Diamond come to town to entertain them. He will do so according to bizofbaseball.com

In the midst of the World Series champions Boston Red Sox’s season opener yesterday, and during the eighth-inning sing-along of “Sweet Caroline”, the video board displayed Neil Diamond where it was announced he will be performing live in concert at the Fenway on Saturday, August 23rd, 2008 as part of his 2008 World Tour.

Since 1997, Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline” has been pumped from the speakers at Fenway Park during every Red Sox home game. Since 2002 it has become a tradition in the middle of the eighth inning and embraced by Red Sox fans. 

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