Bad News Bears, Jason’s Day and More!

The Daily Douche Is Your Daily Morning Cleanse, Apprising You Of The 5 Biggest Sports Stories Of The Day So you Don't Sound Like A Total Douchebag At The Office.2B65896100000578-0-image-a-1_1439662147554Not Setting The Pace: When the Chicago Bears hired “yes” man, Ryan Pace over more obvious choices, the consensus was that Pace would grow into his job. At the pace he is going, he may not be afforded that luxury. The Ray Mcdonald fiasco, giving WR Brandon Marshall away for nothing and now the questionable drafting of WR Kevin White and his subsequent injury. Oh yeah, the brain trust in Chicago tried to deceive their rabid fan base as to the severity of the injury. The “Yes” man may be “gone” man.

PARAMUS, NJ - AUGUST 23:  Jason Day of Australia plays his shot from the seventh tee during the third round of The Barclays at The Ridgewood Country Club on August 23, 2014 in Paramus, New Jersey.  (Photo by Darren Carroll/Getty Images)

Jason’s Day: He delivered a record-setting performance at Whistling Straits that finally brought him a major championship. Day finished at 20-under 268,  one shot better than the 19 under of Tiger Woods at St. Andrews in the 2000 British Open. Congrats bro!


Tebow Returns: Tim Tebow took the field to a standing ovation from the Philadelphia Eagles faithful and played pretty well. Tebow completed six of 12 passes for 69 yards. He carried the ball four times for 15 yards and a touchdown. Given Bradford’s injury history and Chip’s vision to change the game may give us more Tebow! Hallelujah!

Birthday Shout Outs: Dustin Pedroia, Jorge Posada, Chico Maki and Jon Gruden!

On This Day in 1973: Lee Trevino got the first hole in one of his career at the U.S.I. Golf Classic, in Sutton, MA.