Practice-Gate Could Cost Rich Rodriguez His Job

Remember that lil dust up at the University of Michigan a couple months ago? The one where former and current Michigan players accused Rich Rodriguez of forcing them to practice too much? The one where Rodriguez broke down while trying to dispel the accusations? If not, click the links and catch up. While you’re busy […]

The Clippers’ Season Starts Off In The Usual Fashion, Blake Griffin Injured

When you wake up and see a headline that reads: Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin has a broken left kneecap that could sideline the No. 1 overall draft pick for six weeks. Are you really surprised? Not because Blake Griffin is injury prone, but because it’s just another dark chapter in the Los Angeles […]

The Glory Lines 10/27/09

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! Les Miles Really Enjoyed Beating Auburn (Friends Of The Program) Chris Cooley is a Victim of Karma (Detroit 4 Lyfe) Delonte West’s Wife Files Domestic Violence Report (King James Gospel) Let […]

Tony La Russa To Return To Cardinals And He’ Bringing Mark McGwire Along For The Ride

It’s going to be just like old times in St. Louis, presumably minus the steroid, as Tony La Russa has signed a one-year contract to return for his 15th season as Cardinals’ manager. And the icing on the cake is Mark McGwire will be joining him as hitting coach.  Something that La Russa has been […]

College Football Week Eight: What We Learned

Ron Zook will be back in 2010. Big mistake by Illinois bringing him back for another year. Illinois is 1-6 and I can honestly say I’m not surprised at all. Zook is a terrible head coach and the only thing he is good at is recruiting. If you don’t believe me, just ask Florida. Cincinnati […]

Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating stories of the previous sports week. Two in a row?- The Phillies made their way back to the World Series for the second consecutive season and defeated the Dodgers in five games, once again, to get there. Ryan Howard added more hardware to […]

Your NFL Game Of The Week: Vikings vs Steelers

Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday 1:00 p.m. Another week, another correct game of the week pick, which makes me 5-1 on the season. This week features two teams that have already made an appearance, or appearance(s) in Pittsburgh’s case, in the game of the week discussion and I don’t think that it will be […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 8

Last week was kinda tough pick wise. And Oklahoma let me down big time. This week looks to be filled with a lot of close games. Record 118-20 Game Of the Week #8 TCU Horned Frogs VS #16 BYU Cougars The only matchup between ranked teams this weekend comes from the Mountain West Conference. TCU […]

The Angels Stayed Alive Last Night And This Guys Had Fun In The Fountain

Jose Cerveza Cervera missed all the late inning fireworks from last night’s Angels, Yankees game. He was too busy being detained for enjoying the waterfall at Angels stadium. Surprisingly, alcohol has been ruled out. Which makes his actions all the more better. He was detained on a citizen’s arrest — likely by stadium personnel or […]

Jim Zorn To Remain With The Redskins For The Remainder Of The Season

It’s official. Washington Redskins executive vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato has named Jim Zorn his “lame duck” coach for the rest of the season. “Let me start by making a few things very perfectly clear: Jim Zorn is the head coach of the Washington Redskins, and will be for the rest of this […]

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