The NFL and NBA lockouts have cast an ugly shadow over professional sports. There are pros and cons for following pro sports, but the greed and stubbornness on display by the players and owners only make college sports look even better by comparison.
I personally find professional leagues easier to follow. [...]Read More →
Hendrick Motorsports is the top dog in NASCAR. Even the casual NASCAR fan understands that Rick Hendrick’s teams are equipped as well as anyone in the sport, probably better. With some of the highest-profile drivers, most-recognized sponsors, and highest-quality racecars. The drivers are a perfect mix of superstars and winners. Hendrick Motorsports is [...]Read More →
The 2010-2011 NBA season will be remembered for The Big Three forming in Miami, reaching the Finals, and losing to America’s new team, the Dallas Mavericks. Miami’s collapse is still dominating NBA headlines, leaving the end of the greatest coaching career in NBA history for Page 2.
Phil Jackson won more [...]Read More →
The 2003 NBA Draft had plenty of talent. The Detroit Pistons, Eastern Conference finalists, owned the No. 2 pick thanks to a trade in 1996 with the Vancouver Grizzlies. The Pistons front office took a shot at an 18-year-old prospect, Darko Milicic.
Hindsight is 20/20.
The seven footer from [...]Read More →
I remember when I was jealous of Terrelle Pryor. He seemed to have it all: he was the star quarterback of Ohio State University, he’d led his team to two-straight BCS bowl wins, and at 6’6” tall and 230 pounds he is a man among boys on the field.
I’m not [...]Read More →
The NFL currently is under lockout. The NFL Player’s Association and the team owners have to come to terms on a labor agreement before next season can happen.Read More →
Brian Sabean said some things he regrets now, as he awaits a reprimanding phone call from Joe Torre that will probably include a fine.
Sabean, the general manager of the San Francisco Giants, was interviewed on a San Francisco radio show last week. Among other topics, he was asked about the [...]Read More →
“It’s easy to write about Tiger Woods.
Not so much about the rest of the golf world.Read More →
JR Hildebrand could taste the traditional victory milk as he entered Turn 4 of Lap 200.
Coming out of 4, the view from the rookie’s windshield changed drastically from the checkered flag to the outside wall.
The freshman driver was so close. The final homestretch never looked so long.
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Criticism may not be a strong enough word.
Hatred, animosity, and complete rejection might be the best way to describe the city of Cleveland’s response to LeBron James leaving the Cavaliers to play with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami.
Cavs fans were heartbroken, jerseys were burned, and [...]Read More →