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

Don Nelson reaches wins milestone

After 31 years on the bench, Don Nelson has amassed more wins than any other man that has coached a NBA team. With a 116-107 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night the young, inexperienced Warriors led their coach to his record setting 1,333rd win. The 69-year-old Nelson has captivated fans for decades with […]

Six Slovenian Hockey Players Celebrate A Title By Roughing Up Their Coach

Yes, that headline is accurate. And yes, that headline is unlike any other headline you’ve ever read. Just to put this in perspective, let’s all imagine that we’ve just won a title in whichever sport you desire. You and your teammates go out for some adult beverages to celebrate and to cap off the night, […]

This Is How Women Should Not Attempt To Dunk

It’s Thursday. One day closer to the weekend. How about we start it by laughing and pointing at the young chica who thought that jumping off a teammate’s back to attempt to dunk would turn out well. Via the Score Have some breaking news or an interesting story we should see? Hit us up at […]

The Glory Lines 4/8/10

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! A Velez jersey fail, the SF Giants and you (Out of Bounds) The Athletes Strike Back – When Players Attack Fans (Sportige) Don Nelson captures career victories record (AP via Yahoo! […]

Who Was Better: The 1997-98 Tennessee Vols Or The 2009-2010 UConn Huskies?

First off, congratulations to UConn for winning the Huskies Invitational tournament. Now that we got that out of the way, I keep hearing that this is the best team in NCAA history. I would like to agree but the 97-98 Tennessee Vols was on the same level as this UConn team. So I ask you, […]