The Best of January 2009

We started the year off right in January with another great month here at No Guts. We would like to take a moment to thank everyone that has taken time to read our stuff and offered their feedback as we continue to build this blog into one of the most credible and entertaining blogs out […]

A Few Names That Could Be Among The Remaining 103 – NL Edition

Unless you’ve been living under a rock these past couple of days, I’m sure you’ve heard that Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003. We’ve also learned that A-Rod was only one out of 104 other players who also tested positive that year. Since there’s no such thing as confidentiality these days, I’m almost […]

The Glory Line 2/10/2009

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! Top 10 All-Time Slam Dunk Contest Dunks (Root Zoo) High School Swimming Coach Fired After Repeatedly Making Offensive T-Shirts For Swim Team (Sports Rubbish) Let’s Embarrass Mike Tomlin Some More! (PSAMP) […]

Being Greg Paulus

Over the years, Duke has always had players that the nation loved to hate. The hate mainly came about because those players would walk into your school’s gym, light your team up, and run off the court with a 20 point victory. Names like Laettner, Hurley, Battier, Reddick, and most recently Greg Paulus have all […]

The Glory Lines 2/9/2009

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! Jon Gruden Shows Off Tebowner, Advanced Chemical Compound Knowledge (Tirico Suave) UFC Changes Vaseline Rules (Total Pro Sports) The Phoenix Suns Four Glass Houses (Bright Side Of The Sun) I’ll take […]

Alex Rodriguez Tested Positive For Steriods In 2003

The firestorm that we were all expecting from The Mitchell Report looks to be finally materializing as SI.com is reporting that Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003. A-Rod was just one of 104 players that tested positive in MLB’s 2003 survey testing. Where’s there’s smoke, there’s definitely fire and I’m guessing we’ll hear […]

The Glory Lines 2/7/2009

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! Richard Zednik Goal Of The Year Against Islanders (Total Pro Sports) Baseball Tonight: The Finer Things Club (Sharapova’s Thigh) Lewis Open To Change (My Sports Rumors) BallHype Spotlight on “And One” […]

Wrapping Up National Signing Day

No Guts contributed J Will drops by to give us his top 10 classes as well as his winners and losers from National Signing Day. National Signing Day has come and gone so it’s time for my top 10 recruiting classes of the year. Quick Note: USC, UF, UGA, and Tennessee are still fighting for […]

Excuse Me Sir. Can You Sign This Petition So Our Basketball Players Can Get Choked, I Mean Coached?

The life of a college student is filled with attending classes, studying, partying, and sleeping. In the time between those activities, there’s a lot of idle time. So much idle time that many get a part-time job, volunteer, or create a petition to get Bob Knight an interview for their school’s vacant head basketball coaching […]

ACC Road Games: Where Stomach Ulcers Happen

Don’t you just hate it when you come home from a long day to find ESPN showing the worst college basketball games they can find? Well, last night was not supposed to be one of those nights. Wake Forest to take on Miami in the early game, then a battle between Duke and Clemson. Finally, […]