New Orleans Saints’ VP Of Communications Also Struggles With The Truth

Last week we put you on to New Orleans Saints VP of Communications, Greg Bensel’s struggles with coming up for an explanation for how the organization was handling the elimination of tickets for some season ticket holder. In the aftermath, we’ve learned two things: 1. In what seems to retaliation for getting this story moving, […]

Unfortunately, There Will Be No Dancing Girls On The Dugout At Wrigley Field

When a new owner takes over a franchise, there are always changes. New directions, new strategies, and new promotions. So with the Ricketts family now in charge of the Chicago Cubs, the time is now to hit them with any new ideas you may have. Elliott Harris of the Chicago Sun Times is aware of […]

Ben Roethlisberger To Be Charged With Contributing To The Delinquency Of A Minor? (UPDATE)

Rumblings here in Atlanta are pointing to Ben Roethlisberger not being charged, with sexual assault, but with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. A charge that stems from providing minors with alcohol beverages. Here’s the legal definition of such a charge: Contributing to the delinquency of a minor is a crime governed by state […]

Steelers Trade Santonio Holmes To The Jets

The New York Jets were already a title contender, and now they are having the best offseason in the league. The question I have for the Steelers is, you only asked for a 5th round pick for Holmes? Just ridiculous. The New York Jets acquired talented but troubled receiver Santonio Holmes from the Pittsburgh Steelers […]

Report: No Charges For Ben Roethlisberger

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not be charged after an investigation into accusations of sexual assault by a 20-year-old woman in Georgia, sources told ESPN. Sources confirmed to ESPN’s Kelly Naqi that District Attorney Fred Bright will announce on Monday that charges will not be brought against Roethlisberger. Bright said in a statement Friday […]

Tim Tebow Is The Coverboy For NCAA Football 2011

This was probably the easiest decision that EA Sports has ever made when it comes to picking who should be on the cover for their NCAA football game. Tebow’s career speaks for itself and giving him the cover is just icing on the cake. As a FSU fan, I thought I had Tebow out of […]

Opening Day At The Ballpark: Baseball, Hotdogs, And Sex In A Bathroom Stall

Opening Day is a glorious occasion for so many people. Parents play hooky from work. Kids play hooky from school. All so that they are able to head to their favorite team’s ball park for the action. And to celebrate the return of baseball. Things were not so different on the South side of Chicago. […]

Butler Signs Stevens Through 2022, Why?

With several openings at schools in power conferences, the school signed the 33-year-old Stevens to a 12-year extension through 2022. Stevens led the Bulldogs to the first Final Four in school history and they were the runner-up to the National champion Duke Blue Devils. Over his 3-year tenure with Butler, Stevens has racked up an […]

The Glory Lines 4/9/10

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! ESPN.com gets phonetic with their poo-holes (Joe Sports Fan) Umpire Joe West blasts Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees for slow play (ESPN) Donovan McNabb says he would have gone to […]

Master’s Officials Can’t Censor The ‘Bootyism’ In The Sky

Yeah, Augusta National chairman Billy Payne is able to control what takes place on the grounds during the Masters. But he’s having a little trouble controlling what’s going on in the sky. Via BROOKS Have some breaking news or an interesting story we should see? Hit us up at nogutsglory@gmail.com

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