Thursday night curse strikes again

Dressed appropriately for the occasion, the Oregon State Beavers brought out all the “tricks” and got the ultimate”treat”, a 27-21 victory over the #1 ranked USC Trojans. Gotta give props to the boys over at The Big Lead. They called the upset, even though they were looking for pain to come from their prediction. Check […]

Matt Millen is gone, now what?

Now that the smoke has cleared and many Lions fans are just getting over their hangover from a night of celebrating the firing of Matt Millen, it’s time to face reality. The Lions still are a bad football team and they won’t be getting better anytime soon. The firing was a great decision and it […]

The Glory-Lines 9/24

It’s Hump Day so here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! BULLS ADD EVERYTHING BUT PLAYERS (Zoner Sports) Lil Penny, Gheorghe Muresan, ESPN Commercial (NESW Sports) What Makes a Sports Blog Great? (The Sports Dollar) Chicago Is Purposely Trying To Start A Riot Before The MLB Playoffs Even […]

The Young and the Restless

As we head into week two of what has now become a soap opera, we’ve heard Lane Kiffin has been fired, Lane Kiffin will be fired, and now, Lane Kiffin is safe………for now. My only question about all of this is, WHO CARES? Look, no matter who’s coaching the Raiders this year, they won’t be […]

Why Eddie?……….Why?

The Cubbies are a lock for a postseason run and you go an do this? A freaking tribute song? And you even titled it, “All the way”. I’m sure my fellow Cubs fans are aware of this song, for anyone who isn’t, here’s the proof. For most, this isn’t a big deal but as a […]

Get ready Pat Riley, the Star-bury sweepstakes is about to start

The summer has been full of rumors that the hiring of Donnie Walsh would finally rid the Knicks of Stephon Marbury. But for some odd reason it hasn’t happened. At times it even seemed as if it wasn’t going to happen. Now with training camp set to start on September 30th, Walsh’s and Marbury’s intentions […]

Butchering the National Anthem, as American as apple pie

After all the fallout from Monday night’s butchering of the National Anthem by Kat Deluna at the Eagles-Cowboys game, I began to realize there are many notorious butcher jobs at sporting events. We’ll first start off with a lesser known video. Here, Cuba Gooding Sr. of all people somehow was handed the microphone and made […]

Big Z throws a no-no.

Carlos Zambrano threw the second no-hitter in the majors tonight in the Cubs 5-0 victory over the Astros. Much to the delight of the crowd at Wrigley North in Milwaukee, Big Z struck out a season high 10 and walked one in the Cubs’ first no-hitter in over 30 years. This is after leaving his […]

Wells to play against USC, but will it even matter?

Chris “Beanie” Wells has been given the OK to play when the No. 5 Ohio State Buckeyes travel to play the No. 1 USC Trojans. Wells, who didn’t play in the Buckeyes’ narrow victory over Ohio University, was in a protective boot all of last week and has only participated in individual drills so far […]

Gary Sheffield hits 250,000th home run in MLB history

The pursuit of the milestone was called to my attention in this article from Baseball-Reference.com. The pursuit is now over as Gary Sheffield has now recorded the 250,000th home run in MLB history in the 2nd inning of the Tiger’s game against the Oakland A’s. All you trivia buffs, take notice. I’m sure Howie Schwab […]

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