The Glory Lines 2/3/2009

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! Don’t Invite Alex Boone To Your Super Bowl Party (Total Pro Sports) Chris Paul is valuable (A Stern Warning) Kobelieve! (Josh Q. Public) The Ballad of Black and Golddust (PSAMP) Pete […]

The Odds Say Bet On The Patriots In 2010

It hasn’t been 48 hours since the end of the Super Bowl XLIII and Vegas already has the odds for Super Bowl XLIV. And who’s the favorite? You guessed it, the New England Patriots at 6/1. These odds basically say to the rest of the league that even a one-legged Tom Brady is better than […]

Sights And (Our) Sounds From The Super Bowl Celebration

An intimate moment is ruined by flying “G” (For the people still stuck in 2008, “G” is the drink formerly known as Gatorade) An intimate display of sportsmanship is ruined by Ken Whisenhunt A “hair-off” took place and it looks like Troy won out over the wifey Hines Ward jumps into the arms of his […]

Antrel Rolle: Criminal Activity Is What Is Missing At The University Of Miami

No Guts contributor, J Will drops by with an intriguing interview between a Miami radio station and Cardinals safety, Antrel Rolle. Lost in the shuffle of all the hoopla and interviews during Super Bowl week, one interview seemed to have slipped through the cracks. Former Miami Hurricanes corner back, Antrel Rolle was on 560 WQAM […]

Pat Knight: Stuntin Like His Daddy

The usually calm Pat Knight has finally began to channel his inner “Knightness”. Coaching Texas Tech can do that to you. Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed!

Mickelson’s Opening Round 76 Signals That The PGA Tour Has Returned

I don’t claim to be an avid golf follower so it takes significant milestones for me to be reminded when the PGA tour season has picked back up. And with Tiger not around to beat the field by 5 or more strokes, it makes it even harder for me to pinpoint exactly when tour events […]

Sarkisian Hitting The Ground Running By Racking Up The Recruiting Violations

Steve Sarkisian isn’t wasting anytime bringing the USC culture to his new gig at the University of Washington. Sarkisian and defensive coordinator, Nick Holt committed two secondary recruiting violations (the second occurrence in as many weeks) when they met with James Boyd (who happens to be committed to his former employer), Boyd’s coach, two other […]

Glory Lines 1/29/2009

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! Seven Super Bowl HDTV Mistakes You Can Avoid (Retrevo) Ray Emery Fights Trainer On The Bench (Total Pro Sports) Lesbians And Athletes, Matches Made In Heaven (This Is God Given) The […]

Things You Won’t See During This Year’s Super Bowl

As we get closer to the end of the longest week of the year and closer to game time, I’m sure you’ve had enough of the previews, analyzing, and everything else that comes with this week. Since you’re undoubtedly equipped with what to look for on Super Bowl Sunday, it’s our duty to give you […]

Who Didn’t See This One Coming?

I don’t know who I’m hating more right now, Ty Lawson or Leonard Hamilton. I’ll go with Hamilton because of his bonehead decision to pickup at half court. Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed!

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