(BLOG) Rollergirl Shares Her Top Stories We Missed For The Week

The Rays have been in Texas all week eating 3lb hotdogs called “Boomsticks” and honestly all I have been doing is watching Shark Week, but I’m sure there has to be some Stories We Missed!

Thursday night the SEC Network launched with our very own Booger McFarland. The network will cover over 1,000 games and tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the conference. I swear ESPN loves Tim Tebow more than Marc Ryan, because on the night of the launch they celebrated Tebow’s birthday by giving him a cake live on TV from Albert the Alligator, the gator mascot. Tebow turned 27 years old.

This week Candlestick Park celebrated the end of an era with an explosive show with over 900 pyrotechnic effects and Sir Paul McCartney performing to a sold out crowd. In the coming weeks, demolition crews will start tearing down the aging stadium.

For all my golf fans Monday night you have to watch “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”. Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods will be on television together. This week Tiger pulled out of the Ryder Cup due to his ongoing so called “back issues”. McIlroy is the current world number-one and is coming off his fourth career major title at the PGA Championship this past weekend.

I am not a fantasy football person. That being said, if your the boss of a company you may consider this… According to a study was performed by Challenger, Gray and Christmas, a consultancy firm out of Chicago, they estimated that employers are losing over $13 billion each year because of fantasy football. They determined team owners spend about two hours a day researching and working on their “teams” instead of their real job.

For all these stories and more follow me on Twitter @rollergirl987

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