Yahoo! Sports reports that former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner has put his 11,000-square foot, six-bedroom home on the auction block. The Paradise Valley, Ariz., estate includes a theater, in-ground trampoline and separate rooms for billiards, massages and Ping-Pong. A 62-foot swimming pool with an overhead waterfall is icing on the cake.
Warner decided to sell the home by auction since it failed to sell by traditional real estate means. Although no minimum bid is required, the home is expected to sell on Feb. 27 for nearly $5 million.
“It's a great house for entertaining for sure,” real estate agent Rob Brown told Yahoo. “It's a stunning, stunning home.”
35: Oklahoma Baptist men's basketball coach Doug Tolan missed his first game in 35 years Feb. 11, when he was sidelined with an unspecified illness. Associate head coach — and Tolan's son — Kyle Tolan took the lead chair on sideline and guided the No. 10-ranked Bison to a 75-55 rout over crosstown rival St. Gregory's in the Noble Complex. “He wasn't too happy,” Kyle Tolan said of his father missing the Sooner Athletic Conference game.
42: Former Oklahoma running back Glyn Milburn and ex-Sooners basketball player Jeff Webster celebrate their 42nd birthdays on Tuesday. Milburn played 10 years in the NFL, mostly as a punt/kick returner, with the Broncos, Lions, Bears and Chargers. Webster, a former Carl Albert High School standout, had a brief career with the Washington Bullets.
5:13: Ping-fest in Albuquerque on Saturday. Oklahoma State's baseball team outslugged New Mexico 15-14 in 13 innings in a game that lasted 5 hours, 13 minutes. The teams combined for 36 hits, including four homers, five doubles and one triple. The teams used a cumulative 15 pitchers, with six of those throwing only one-third of an inning.
2,000: Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City has a pretty fair men's basketball team, standing No. 23 in most recent NAIA rankings. One man on the team who stands above the rest is 6-foot-1 guard Charlie Shorter. Last Saturday night, the senior eclipsed the 2,000-point mark for his career. Shorter scored 30 points during a loss to University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. He is the top scorer in the Sooner Athletic Conference, averaging 21.1 points per game.