I must object to what's his face.
As a woman, I am offended. As a retired reporter I am offended. As a human being, I am offended.
Imus may be a shock jock, but he has no sense of sportsmanship.
To use such a sleazy phrase to denigrate a band of young women who had just ended a basketball season demonstrating that they are among the best of the best in women's athletics was enough to leave me with my mouth wide open in astonishment.
As the story unfolds, my astonishment continues.
No blame is going to Imus' colleague who first used the term "ho" then latched on to and made even worse. On television, whenever the story is told, you don't see pictures of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on the court, or their coach, Vivian Stringer. Well, maybe a glimpse or two. Even when the team was having its say on Rutgers' campus, there was that man in my face, and I'm sure they felt in their face.