Celeb high, A.I., a goodbye and oh yeah ... there was an election yesterday

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We return triumphantly to the world of sport this morning with some sporty highlights from around the country:

Trey Smith, Nick Montana and Trevor Gretzky — sons of Will Smith, Joe Montana and Wayne Gretzky, respectively — all dominate on the gridiron for the same football powerhouse, much to the displeasure of the schools they dominate. Deadspin has that story.

Allen Iverson, now a Piston, promises to practice. Do we believe him?

President-elect Barack Obama isn’t the only one who’s not a fan of the current BCS bowl system. USC football coach Pete Carroll also thinks it stinks.

Greg Maddux looks to be retiring. So soon, Greg?

That’s MAYOR former NBA star Kevin Johnson, folks. In fact, the first black mayor of Sacramento.

And here at home, the Sun-Times print edition is flying off the racks, presumably because people are clamoring to read Mully’s story about the woeful Bears defense. It could also be because our front page looks like this.

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