Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons vomited on the field during ABC's live telecast of Monday Night Football. Surprisingly he wasn't quarantined for Ebola-like symptoms. Of course I'm kidding -- but the Ebola hysteria gripping the nation's media is vomit inducing. By the way, the Steelers beat the Houston Texans by the score of 30-23. Graphic by SBNation.com.
In other sports news, former Paralympian Oscar Pistorius is being fitted for prison issue prosthetic legs. The six-time Paralympic gold medalist was sentenced Tuesday to serve 5 years hard time for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. According to ESPN (via AP), Pistorius could be released after 10 months to serve the remainder of his sentence in the comfort of his million-dollar mansion. But his sprinting career is over -- at least for 5 years. Pistorius is banned from participating in Paralympic events on any level for the entirety of his sentence regardless where he serves it.
You Pacers fans will be happy to know that Paul George is off his crutches and back on the court shooting jump shots. George shattered his left leg during a preseason scrimmage for the USA Men's basketball team. Pins were inserted into his leg during emergency surgery to stabilize the bones -- and George will set off airport metal detectors for the rest of his life. But he gets to return to the game that he loves next year.
And last but not least, the Ray Rice Halloween costume ranks right up there with the Ebola hazmat suit as the most popular costumes this Halloween. Thankfully these costumes aren't available in children's sizes.