Good Morning Generation

Quick hits!

-You better have watched that US soccer game last night.  Not only did the US earn the tie, we actually should have won the game after an American was thrown down from behind by his jersey after he got past the last Mexican defender for a breakaway.  This should have resulted in a red card and a penalty kick for the prevention of a goal scoring opportunity that Donovan no doubt would have buried.  The official of course only gave a yellow card. Apparently David Stern lent his referees to FIFA during the NBA lockout.  The bigger news though is that the Americans looked terrific in the final thirty or so minutes when Klinsmann made personnel adjustments to bring in players more suited to the new style of play.  Juan Agudelo looked unstoppable and remember this name: Brek Shea, he of the terribly hair cut and awesome soccer ability.  The latter player assisted on the lone US goal and was a force of nature on the pitch last night.  The Mexicans had no answer for his size and athleticism.  He has the potential to be great for Klinsmann. I don’t think we could have asked for more than that result last night. Very exciting.

-I have no doubt the Toronto Blue Jays are stealing signs.  The only question is why do baseball teams still act shocked when this happens?  Also, why aren’t teams em