Wake N’ Blog For November 10th: University Student Expelled For Wearing Short Dress…In Brazil???
• NFL. Pittsburgh Steelers 28, Denver Broncos 10. Tyrone Carter had two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown in the second quarter with Pittsburgh trailing 3-0 and Denver’s offense was anemic the entire game – Denver’s only touchdown was scored by the defense – as the Steelers won in a rout. [Yahoo!/AP]
• NHL. Chicago Blackhawks 4, Los Angeles Kings 1. In his first action since October 21st, Jonathan Toews paired with Troy Brouwer to score power play goals 3:31 apart in the third period as the Blackhawks seventh home victory in ten games this season. [NHL.com Scoreboard]
• NBA. Phoenix Suns 119, Philadelphia 76ers 115. Steve Nash led the way with 21 points and 20 assists and Jason Richardson added 29 as the Suns broke 100 points for the eight consecutive game on Monday night – the last time a team did that was in the 1990-91 season. [NBA.com Scoreboard]
• Does not compute. Geysi Villa Nova Arruda, 20, a student at the Universidade Bandeirante (Uniban) in Brazil, was expelled for “flagrant disrespect of ethical principles, academic dignity and morality,” according to the school. A massive uproar occurred after Arruda wore a mid-length red dress to class, which sparked violent protests at the university. Armed guards had to escort Arruda off the campus while students called her a “whore.” Wait, once again, we’re talking about Brazil, right? Was it “Opposite Day” or something? [Yahoo!/Reuters]