As you might’ve heard, 9/11 conspirator/fiend Zacarias Moussaoui was sentenced earlier today to life in prison without the possibility of early release.

The jury’s decision didn’t sit well with Fox Sports Radio’s Chris Myers, who asked his fellow legal analyst Ben Mallard (cough) “is there any way we can appeal this thing?”

Presumably, Myers would like to see Moussaoui put to death and thought his afternoon sports chat program the appropriate venue for such thoughtful mutterings as “…our legal system….I dunno.”

For the sake of consistency, I do hope that Fox Sports Radio interrupts all future programs when mass murderers’ trials come to an end, just in case the host on duty would like to volunteer to flip the switch.

In another lovely development in the land of sports yack radio, Joe Gross informs us that a new recording by the reformed Replacements (sans Bob Stinson or the drumming of Chris Mars) will receive its World Premiere on the Jim Rome Show. I know you’re counting on some remark like “color me unimpressed” or perhaps a suggestion that “Left Of The Dial” receive a re-write, but honestly, I have no problem with this. If Rush Limbaugh can do his part to bring the music of Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Famer Chrissie Hynde to his devoted audience of neo-facists, why shouldn’t Rome be allowed to do the same for his?