-- In an interview with that 70-year-old woman who gave birth recently, she credited God, her faith and a chance meeting with playboy Warren Sapp ... Was Giants gun-toting malcontent WR Plaxico Burress really in danger of being mugged in the VIP room of the Latin Quarter and feeling unsafe? ... Herm Edwards, coach of the lowly Chiefs, was asked whether he's a candidate for the San Diego State job: "I've got a college team right now," he replied ... Now we hear Cowboys WR Terrell Owens is complaining that Tony Romo and Jason Witten, on the road, don't invite him to their pillow fights ... A fan last week paid $5,050 for the door to the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders locker room, sold in an auction of Texas Stadium memorabilia.
-- According to Violet Malacha, it was Chester Greenwood who, at age 15, invented earmuffs.
-- Poor Cavaliers fans having to again hear all this talk about their superstar LeBron James possibly going to the Knicks when he becomes a free agent in 2010. Like it's not bad enough just living in Cleveland ... Spurs G Brent Barry to teammate Manu Ginobili after Ginobili got his braces off: "Does that mean you're going to get your driver's permit next week?"
-- One silver lining in the Governor Rod Blagojevich scandal: the most embarrassing thing in Illinois is no longer the Cubs ... Most impressive number in sports in 2008--Players on MLB rosters who tested positive for steroids: 0 ... Now we hear international maritime police investigating the ship hijackings by Somali pirates have inadvertently arrested Manny Sanguillen.
-- Chris Evert and hubby Greg Norman are now designing tennis courts. We thought tennis courts were all the same. Isn't that like designing bowling lanes?
-- Columbus Blue Jacket prospect Stefan Legein suddenly has regained his passion for hockey after giving up the game last summer. Bet he found it while beginning his alternate career at McDonald's.
-- Financially strapped General Motors discontinued its endorsement deal with Tiger Woods but they were able to sign John Daly for a six-pack and a plate of chicken wings!
-- In closing, Margaret Malacha tells us about the jumper cable that walked into a pub. The bartender said, "I'll serve you but don't start anything."
(Some of the information in this column was obtained from other news organizations)