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12:03 AM Sun, Sept. 23rd

Column: Heisman becoming 'pattern of conduct'

Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

Reggie Bush forfeited his Heisman Trophy a year after O.J. Simpson went to prison for trying to retrieve his Heisman Trophy. Sportswriters call the Heisman Trophy the top honor in college sports. Los Angeles prosecutors call it a pattern of conduct.

Tiger Woods was honored in Wales when a local brewer in Cardiff named a beer after him. It's to welcome him to Wales for the Ryder Cup. The Surgeon General's warning on the beer label advises you to erase your text messages when you get home from the pub.

The N.Y. Jets apologized to Mexican TV sports reporter Ines Sainz for harassing her in the team locker room. The players were coming on to her with only towels around their waists. It really wasn't that offensive without the lecture about global warming.

Harlem Congressman Charlie Rangel's House Ethics trial was delayed Tuesday. His opponent was Adam Clayton Powell IV who had a sex scandal with an intern. Both candidates ran on the same campaign promise, that electing them would get them out of town.

Lady Gaga stole the show at the Video Music Awards last week wearing a dress made out of raw steaks. It drew all the drug-sniffing dogs at the security door over to her. She got a standing ovation when she walked into the auditorium for taking one for the team.

Robert F. Kennedy High School opened its doors in Los Angeles at the site of the old Ambassador Hotel and Cocoanut Grove nightclub. He was much admired in the '60s. At the time it was felt there is no greater love than he who would share Marilyn with his brother.