| TRADEMARKED |
By Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, the word jeah. Lochte's application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office covers placing the word on such goods as swim goggles, skirts and trading cards. In a video posted on YouTube, Lochte gave a broad range of definitions for the word, including "Cool" and "Guess who just bought a bouncy castle?"
| MISSED |
By Rangers pitcher Ryan Dempster, his start last Saturday at Toronto, reportedly because he could not find his passport. Ironically, Dempster was born in Canada, but he hasn't pitched in the country since facing the Montreal Expos in 2003, when he was with the Reds. Roy Oswalt made a spot start for Texas, giving up one run in 4 2/3 innings as the Rangers won 2--1.
| INSTITUTED |
By the NFL, a policy in which fans who are ejected from a stadium will be required to take a four-hour online course before they are allowed to return to the facility. According to ESPN.com, the course focuses on drinking, anger management and crude behavior. If an ejected fan—there were around 7,000 last year—does not complete the course and is found on stadium property, he or she could be arrested.