Now that Tommy Bowden is out, the floodgates are open………Who’s next?

The college football season thus far has been a wild one. Yesterday’s firing of Clemson coach Tommy Bowden marked the beginning of an even wilder season, the “coaching carousel” season. With Clemson pulling the trigger in the middle of the season, there are a number of coaches wondering if they are next. We’ll take a […]

The Squib Kick breaks another heart

The latest victim? The Chicago Bears. Trailing the Atlanta Falcons 19-13 with just under 3 minutes remaining in the game, the Bears put together a 11 play, 77 yard drive that culminated in the go-ahead touchdown pass from Kyle Orton to Rashied Davis with only 11 seconds remaining in the game. Game Over right? WRONG! […]

Sarah Palin gets a taste of the Philadelphia sports fan.

Vice Presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, didn’t quite receive the reception that she was looking for when she went out on the ice to drop the first puck at the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Ranger game. Once again proving that Philadelphia sports fans are one tough bunch. First we let’s take a look at a […]

No Mercy Alert!

#6 Penn State 24 HALF Wisconsin 3 Wow, Camp Randall is really becoming push-over central. And maybe, just maybe Penn State is a legit contender. I do know they look poised to win the Big Ten (not a huge feat these days) and we know how much the BCS loves the Big Ten champion. #11 […]

The Best Of September 2008

September marked the month that we really got serious here at No Guts, No Glory about growing this blog into one of the most credible and entertaining blogs out there. The month was rather productive as we increased both traffic and subscriptions as well as having one of our stories hit the front page of […]

Has a draft day decision come back to haunt the Philadelphia Eagles?

The Philadelphia Eagles fell to 2-3 and last place in the NFC East after losing to the Washington Redskins this past Sunday. To make matters worse, their biggest weapon, Brian Westbrook, sustained fractured ribs in the losing effort. So what happens if Westbrook can’t go for a couple of weeks? Correll Buckhalter and Lorenzo Booker […]

The Glory-Lines 10/8/2008

It’s Hump Day so here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Top Ten Tips for the Rays by Rays (Amphibious Sports Duo) Top 50 Sports Blogs: 3rd Quarter 2008 (The Sports Dollar) Ranking QBs by Likeability (East Coast Bias) Papelbon Ruins One Of Craig Sager’s Colorful Sport Coats […]

Big Ballin’, A-Rod style!

In the midst of an economic crisis where people everywhere are fearful about their economic futures, one man stands alone. That man is, Alex Rodriguez. Pictured here by New York Post photogs, Alex is actually using a $100 bill as a napkin! Now if that aint ballin, I don’t know what is………….. New York Post

George Karl is the law bringer!

So, according to the Boston Globe, NBA sources are saying that George Karl has laid down the law to his two All-Stars, Carmelo Anthony and Allen Iverson. Apparently he told both Iverson and Anthony that “they would have to make a stronger effort to get their teammates more involved offensively.” In leyman’s terms he means, […]

Glory-Lines 10/1/08

First day of the month so let’s start it off right Let’s take a look at some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Lisa Guerrero on Pats Fans: “Drunken, Dirty, Obnoxious” (Hugging Harold Reynolds) The Faces of Al Davis (The World of Isaac) Emmitt Gets His Pregame Groove On […]