"My mother warned me: If you marry outside the family, you're going to have problems." -- Terry Bradshaw, during a hilarious interview with Bill Maas, Tim Grunhard and Frank Boal, WHB 810
"I am committed to running the Humana River Crown Plaza Marathon on November 2. All 26.2 miles. This is not a joke. I backed up my pledge with hard-earned cash. For every mile I don't run, I'm going to make a $250 charitable donation to the Community Blood Center of Greater Kansas City, the charitable beneficiary for the marathon. You laugh. I'm challenging you." -- Jason Whitlock, TheKansas City Star GH: This is a good thing. By using his celebrity status to promote KC's Humana Marathon, Whitlock will create some excitement for a very worthy event. But I don't think he will run even one complete mile on November 2. He may as well sign the $6,500 check and mail it in today.
"When people call me 'white boy,' I take it as an insult. It's a negative racial term, just like the n-word." -- Raef LaFrentz, former Jayhawk and current Denver Nugget, on being disrespected by black NBA players because he's white, Sports Illustrated
"I think on a Richter scale it would be kind of high. I don't think anybody partied harder outside the gym than me. Let's see; how can I say this? Wilt Chamberlain had nothing on me." -- Tommy Morrison, former heavyweight champion, 810
"I can't really remember the names of the clubs that we went to." -- Shaquille O'Neal, on whether he had visited the Parthenon during his visit to Greece