David Lee To Get A One-Year Deal From The Knicks

News is coming out of New York that the Knicks will finalize a one-year deal with restricted free agent David Lee some point after Labor. The commitment of only one year to Lee signals the continued effort by the Knicks to position themselves as a big player next summer. And Knicks’ GM, Donnie Walsh makes […]

Flagrant Moments From Bruce Bowen’s Illustrious Career

The NBA lost an one of a kind yesterday with the retiring of Bruce Bowen. Whether you thought he was dirty or a defensive genius, there was no one like in the him in the recent era of the NBA. He had an ol’ school vibe to his game that only Bill Laimbeer could appreciation. […]

The Glory Lines 9/4/09

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! The Saddest Thing I Have Ever Seen (Paneech) Vick Allowed To Join Eagles In Week 3 (The 700 Level) Five reasons why a ‘Hard Knocks’ baseball show would work (Big League […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 1

J Will will be handling the previewrooskis for this newly arrived college football season. His picks are waiting for your ridicule. So do so in the comments. Finally, the college football season is here and since this is my first year doing this, it’s sure to be one of a kind. First, I will tell […]

Who You Need To Be Draftin’: Quarterbacks

With many fantasy football drafts taking place this week, we’re gonna go out of our way to help you improve on that last place finish of yester-year. If you’re looking for analytical statistics to help you draft, you’re in the wrong place. Relying on those same statistics got you that last place finish, remember? So […]

The New Coping Mechanism For The Mets: Running Laps In The Parking Lot During Games

This is young scrappy New York Mets’ pitcher, Mike Pelfrey. Like the rest of his Mets’ teammates, he’s not having what you and I would call a banner year. He is 9-10 with an ERA of 5.03. In his last two starts, he has given up 17 hits, 12 runs and 10 walks in just […]

Mike Vick To Play In Week 1?

Apparently, you may get to see Mike Vick make his NFL regular season debut before week 6. In fact, it just may be opening weekend. According to FanHouse, sources say that they expect Roger Goodell to reinstate Vick immediately. A final resolution to the Michael Vick issue could come as soon as this weekend, and […]

The Glory Lines 9/3/09

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Mike Leach’s Parking Spot Gets a Makeover (The Wiz of Odds) Pete Carroll Says Simmer on Tebow (Buster Sports) Sports Reporters Gamble? Not Surprising (The Sporting Blog) Slick Rick Doing His […]

Questionable Poses: How Did You Miss The No Pants Party Going On At Purdue In 2000?

In a picture affectionately entitled, “Lifeguards”, the Purdue Boilermarker’s offensive line from the 2000 season blows this and this outta the water. And yes, the puns are intended. To the caption we go! Members of the Purdue University football team offensive line from left are: Brandon Gorin; Rob Turner; Chukky Okobi; Gene Mruczkowski and Matt […]

Bengals’ Rookie Andre Smith Is Out, But For How Long?

Just two days after ending his holdout, Cincinnati Bengals’ rookie tackle, Andre Smith injured his left foot. Aside from all the jokes that could be made about this situation and the fat clause that he has in his contract, there are differing of opinions on just how long he will be out. The Bengals say […]

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