Do the Lions really want to end their 17-game losing streak?

The Detroit Lions haven’t won a game in 21-months, 17 consecutive losses. One would think a struggling franchise, that managed to amass an unprecedented 0-16 in the 2008 season, would be ready to get back on the winning side of the track. In unsurprising fashion, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz named rookie QB Matt Stafford […]

College Football Week One: What We Learned

J Will bring us what we learned from week one of the college football season. Greg Paulus can play: A lot of people questioned Paulus playing quarterback for Syracuse but he impressed me. Paulus finished the day going 19 of 31 for 167 yards and a touchdown. He threw a bad interception in overtime but […]

The Glory Line 9/8/09

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! UM PUNTER TAKES A FALL DURING ENTRANCE (The World of Issac) Chicago Bliss QB Loses Shorts in LFL Premiere (Gunaxin) Should Florida State Have Had One More Play Against Miami? (Detroit […]

Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating stories of the previous week. The punch that will cost millions – University of Oregon’s senior RB LaGarrette Blount began and ended his football season will a right cross that was seen across the country. His victim, or provoker, Byron Hout, a Boise […]

Your College Football Saturday News & Notes

To get you ready for your College Football Saturday, here’s some headlines that you undoubtedly need to know about. – The punched that rocked everyone’s Friday night and especially Boise State’s Byron Hout has landed LeGarrette Blount a suspension for the remainder of the season. – Despite the injury to running back Darren Evans, Virginia […]

David Lee To Get A One-Year Deal From The Knicks

News is coming out of New York that the Knicks will finalize a one-year deal with restricted free agent David Lee some point after Labor. The commitment of only one year to Lee signals the continued effort by the Knicks to position themselves as a big player next summer. And Knicks’ GM, Donnie Walsh makes […]

Flagrant Moments From Bruce Bowen’s Illustrious Career

The NBA lost an one of a kind yesterday with the retiring of Bruce Bowen. Whether you thought he was dirty or a defensive genius, there was no one like in the him in the recent era of the NBA. He had an ol’ school vibe to his game that only Bill Laimbeer could appreciation. […]

The Glory Lines 9/4/09

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! The Saddest Thing I Have Ever Seen (Paneech) Vick Allowed To Join Eagles In Week 3 (The 700 Level) Five reasons why a ‘Hard Knocks’ baseball show would work (Big League […]

Senator Schilling?

If Jesse ‘The Body’ Ventura, Al Franken and ‘The Terminator,’ Arnold Schwarzenegger can have success in the world of politics, anyone can. That has to be the biggest motivation for Curt Schilling, former MLB pitcher, who is considering a run at the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the late Ted Kennedy. Schilling admits […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 1

J Will will be handling the previewrooskis for this newly arrived college football season. His picks are waiting for your ridicule. So do so in the comments. Finally, the college football season is here and since this is my first year doing this, it’s sure to be one of a kind. First, I will tell […]

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