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Tiger could have had carte blanche Floyd Landis, who was stripped of the 2006 Tour de France title after being accused of using performance enhancing drugs, admitted Thursday that he had in fact used PEDs. Of course he did. Really, who would know more about cycles than a Tour de France rider? . . . Landis had proclaimed his innocence since losing the title, even going so far as to write a book nike elite socks entitled Positively False. In light of Landis confession, that sounds like a book you can judge by its cover . . . In nike flyknit trainer his admission, Landis linked many in the cycling world with PEDs including Lance Armstrong. The cycling legend vigorously denied Landis accusation, making it appear to be a Floydian slip. According to published reports, Elin Woods may seek $750 million in a divorce settlement from Tiger Woods in the wake of his alleged extramarital affairs. If she had second thoughts about that figure when it was suggested to her, here hoping her advisers said, do it. . . . Tiger reportedly wants the settlement to include a lifetime confidentiality agreement that Elin must sign. That pretty ironic for a guy who couldn handle a lifetime fidelity agreement . . . According to his representatives, Woods won be signing a five year, $100 million sponsorship deal with an online gaming company. It no wonder Woods turned down the offer: From what we seen, he got the same deal from Nike. This week wacky soccer story comes from Ireland, where Pizza Hut stores are getting into the World Cup spirit. Still upset about the non call on a hand ball by Frenchman Thierry Henry that led to Ireland loss in a World Cup qualifier, the pizza joints are to give free pies to Facebook fans whenever France gives up a goal in the upcoming tournament. No word on if the pizzas are all going to be hand and pineapple . . . A Facebook group has been set up which pays tribute to a former Milwaukee Brewers manager at the expense of the Brewers current bench boss. The group Harvey Kuenn Wooden Leg Replace Ken Macha As Brewers Manager has 186 members. If Macha gets fired, the group will look prosthetic, uh, prophetic . . . A recent investigation found that more than 20,000 cab drivers in New York City overcharged their customers at least once and 633 cabbies did it at least 50 times. The cabbies said they got the idea from the Yankees. Forbes magazine recently ranked the United States most miserable sports cities, with Seattle topping the list. Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen wasn willing to give up the title that quickly. all suck; all sports in Chicago are bad, he told the Chicago Sun Times. need something good and positive for the city. We need some Blackhawks to eat some Sharks. . . . The status of the NHL Western Conference final entering Friday game in Chicago prompted this question from Janice Hough, the Left Coast Sports Babe: the difference between the Detroit Red Wings and the San Jose Sharks? At this point, looks like about a week. . . . During a recent visit to Buffalo, President Barack Obama saw a billboard that read need a freakin job. noted Seattle Times reader Bill Littlejohn, are getting desperate for Terrell Owens. New pictures of Jupiter show that the planet is missing one of the rings that were previously discovered. yeah? noted Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel. guess what? New pictures of LeBron James show that all of his rings are missing. . . Asked what he did nike shoes in style after a Game 2 loss to the Boston Celtics to prepare for Game 3 of the NBA Eastern Conference final, Howard replied: ain nothing I can do about it. Game 2 is over, we can replay Game 2. I did what I do every night Go home and play video games. Uh oh. epaper, Digital Access, Subscriber Rewards), please input your Print Newspaper subscription phone number and postal code. { phone } { addressPostalCode } By clicking "Create Account", I hearby grant permission to Market to use my account information to create my account. I also accept and agree to be bound by Postmedia's Terms and Conditions with respect to my use of the Site and I have read and understand Postmedia's Privacy Statement. epaper, Digital Access, Subscriber Rewards), please input your Print Newspaper subscription phone number and postal code. { phone } { addressPostalCode } By clicking "Create Account", I hearby grant permission to Postmedia to use my account information to create my account. I also accept and agree to be bound by Postmedia's Terms and Conditions with respect to my use of the Site and I have read and understand Postmedia's Privacy Statement. I consent to the collection, use, maintenance, and disclosure of my information in accordance with the Postmedia's Privacy Policy.