So Now We Have Rouge Sheep At The Tour de France

The time has again come for us to update our “noteworthy moments at the Tour de France” scorecard. For those of you that may have missed a few of these moments, let’s take a brief moment for a refresher. – First, there was the stray dog that caused a minor pile up. – Next, there […]

The Glory Lines: Joakim Noah Goes Bong Shopping, ARod Hits Number 599, Lakers Add Matt Barnes And Theo Ratliff, & HGH Testing Makes Its Way To The Minor Leagues

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! Joakim Noah Spotted In His Natural Habitat: Shopping For Bongs (Deadspin) MLB implements blood testing for HGH in minor leagues (USA Today) Lakers add Matt Barnes and Theo Ratliff (LA Times) […]

NCAA Turns Its Attention To Heisman Trophy Winner Mark Ingram

The NCAA’s world investigation tour continues on with officials now wanting to question Alabama’s Heisman Tropy winner, Mark Ingram about a party he attended. TMZ has the details. TMZ has learned the NCAA wants to talk to Alabama’s Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram about a lavish party he attended in Washington, DC — and whether […]

Dressing Like John Daly Has Somehow Caught On

As you know obviously know by now, we love John Daly around these parts. I’ll also venture to say that a good amount of you also love him for some reason or another. Even in our admiration of Daly just being a regular guy, it must be said that everything Daly does just can’t be […]

Nick Saban Knows A Pimp When He Sees One

SEC media days got underway yesterday and the show was stole once Nick Saban took the podium. Saban’s program, and the SEC as a whole, has come under scrutiny as of late because of players dealing with agents. Saban isn’t the happiest camper about it all and he used his time in front of the […]

The Glory Lines: Chris Paul Wants Out Of New Orleans, Cardinals In The Driver’s Seat For Roy Oswalt, And Should Cleveland Retire LeBron’s Jersey?

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! Severed Arm Of Former San Francisco Seals Manager Mailed To Bar (Sportress of Blogitude) The Seven Least Marketable Players in MLB History (Unathletic) Hey, Michael Jordan…Shut The Hell Up (Ed The […]

Let’s Take A Moment To Revisit A Few Of Lou Piniella’s Finest Moments

The news concerning Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella’s impending retirement at the end of the season came so swiftly yesterday that we were unable to muster a proper send off for Sweet Lou. Today is the day we’ll take care of that. As a Cubs fan, I’m kinda sad to see Lou go, but I […]

Apparently, It’s Not Ok To Sign A 17 Year Deal In The NHL

Remember when I pondered aloud whether the New Jersey Devils signing Ilya Kovalchuk to a 17 year deal was the norm in the NHL? And more importantly how I felt it was truly madness to sign someone to a contract of such an absurd length? Well, it turns out that the NHL agrees with me. […]

The Glory Lines: Kyle Parker Returning To Clemson, Jeremy Lin Headed To Golden State, A Jennie Fitch Tribute & Phillies Shopping Jayson Werth?

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! Video: Streaker Broke 3 Tackles At Football Game (SPORTSbyBROOKS) Pat Haden is USC’s new athletic director (LA Times) Saying Goodbye to the the Managerial “Old Breed?” (The Legend of Cecilio Guante) […]

Wade Has Already Become More Arrogant

It’s officially time to take the mics away from the new “Big Three.” Let’s even cancel their Twitter, MySpace and Facebook accounts too. On Sunday, Heat guard Dwyane Wade made a comment that was simply arrogant and unacceptable. Wade said: “There’s going to be times when we might lose one, two games in a row, […]