The Glory Lines 11/18/09

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! Jerry Jones is either drunk, or just old (Celebrity Clubber) Fun with Athletes and Google Suggestions (Joe Sports Fan) Underage Terrelle Pryor Hits (Photos) The Little Bar In Columbus (21 & […]

Your AL Cy Young Winner Is Zack Greinke

In a season where there wasn’t much to cheer about for Royals’ fans, there was one bright spot. And that bright spot was Zack Greinke. Despite everything that went on around him, Greinke went 16-8 with a 2.16 ERA this season. With numbers like this, on a team like the Royals, voters had no choice […]

Questionable Poses: Dwyane Wade Gets His Soul Glo On

This edition of “Questionable Poses” is a pose that isn’t very questionable at all.  Other than him being shirtless in one of these.  But try not to pay attention to that one.  Unless you like that one.  If you do, that cool with me bro.  Do yo thang.  But we’ll just focus on the one where he’s clothed.  […]

The Cleveland Browns Look Worse Than Ever

The 1-8 Cleveland Browns produced only 169 total yards in a 16-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. This week’s starting QB, Brady Quinn, completed 13-31 passes for 99 yards, 2 int’s and no TD’s; his total for the season stands at one. Owner Randy Lerner fired his GM last week, so he should also be […]

The BCS Has Its New Fall Guy

In life, timing is everything. With the college football season nearing its end making way for the annual bashing of who should get the nod for the BCS title game, the time is ripe to bring in someone to absorb the bashing. Enter the new BCS executive director fall guy, Bill Hancock. If your memory serves […]

After Just 3 Games, Iverson Is Outta There

It’s official. Allen Iverson and the Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to part ways on Monday. The 14-year NBA All-Star never really built any type of chemistry with the team. He missed all of the pre-season and only played in 3 of the team’s 10 games. Iverson left the team on Nov.7 to deal with “personal […]

The Glory Lines 11/17/09

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! In Lieu Of Actual Football, ESPN Goes With Jon Gruden’s Cave Wall Doodles (Tirico Suave) Kiffin dismisses Nu’Keese Richardson, Mike Edwards (Go Vols Xtra) IS ED HOCHULI OFF THE JUICE? NEW […]

Practice-Gate Lives On At Michigan, No Workout Logs Kept

With every passing day, things get even rougher for poor Rich Rodriguez. The man’s heart is being ripped out of him on the field and off it. There’s only so much crying a man can do. But the hits just keep coming.  And the tears probably will keep shedding. And to make matters worse, the […]

Hey Everyone, It’s Another Letter From David Kahn

Hey guys, gather round. We’ve just received another letter from your favorite, and our favorite Prez of Basketball Operations, David Kahn. Calm down, calm down. I know you’re excited. I am too. Remember the last letter he wrote to us? Boy, does he have a way with words. There’s just something about a man that […]

Stephen Jackson Is Headed To Charlotte

Stephen Jackson and this suit finally forced themselves out of Golden State. They’re on their way to make problems for the Charlotte Bobcats. Charlotte Bobcats General Manager Rod Higgins announced today that the team has acquired guards Stephen Jackson and Acie Law from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for guard Raja Bell and forward Vladimir Radmanovic. Good […]