Sam Thomas was polite but firm when asked earlier this week to talk about today's Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury.
It is not the best moment to ask Toby Flood if his life has ever been sweeter.
It says everything about how far England have come that only one side is under serious pressure before the final autumn Test at Twickenham.
Carl Froch is proud to call himself "a cold-hearted bastard".
Each team has a maximum of two unsuccessful challenges per innings.
Graham Henry had a feeling of deja vu when he returned to Wales this week, and not just because the landscape was familiar to someone who spent nearly four years in charge of the national side.
It was only the second delivery that Mike Hussey received from Graeme Swann in the series.
Lance Armstrong, John Terry & Danny Rose have had as many column inches as the ongoing presidential debates, and the vast majority of the stories have made unpleasant reading which highlights sport is losing what made it enjoyable in the first place.
... baseball is also pushing hard for more use of technology. After the New York Yankees' suffered a serious blown call against the Detroit Tigers general manager Joe Girardi called for better utilisation of tech in the game. England, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Everton fans among many will have agreed with him at some point.
The whole world is talking about it, and if you haven't see it yet, here is your chance.