Each day during the noon hour, we'll offer five reading recommendations from around the Web.
1. With nine mouths to feed, Travis Henry says he's broke [By Mike Tierney, New York Times]: More prolific as a procreator than he is as a professional running back, Henry says he is struggling to pay his paternity bills.
2. How to tell when a college game is out of reach [By Bill James, Slate.com]: Shifting his focus off diamonds to the hardwood, Sporting America's favorite statistician gives his formula regarding how to know when you can leave a game and not risk missing any action.
3. St. John's program is a disaster [By Mike Vaccaro, New York Post]: New York's top columnist says that St. John's administrative leadership is bordering on irresponsible if it thinks the Johnnies can reach the NCAA tourney next season.
4. Trade Cutler? No way [By Woody Paige, Denver Post]: If fans are looking for a problem in Colorado, they should look at the defense, not the starting quarterback.
5. Pitino denied honor he deserves [By Rick Bozich, Louisville Courier-Journal]: A slick-dressed coach won the Big East coach of the year award, but it is Cardinals coach Rick Pitino who should have won instead of Jay Wright.