Mutombo’s career ends in injury, the finger wag is gone forever

After 18 years in the NBA, 42-year-old Houston Rockets center Dikembe Mutombo calls it quits. In the first quarter of Tuesday’s night playoff game against the Trailblazers, Mutombo suffered a devastating left knee injury and was carried off the court on a stretcher. During a post game interview, Mutombo stated, “For me, basketball is over.” […]

There’s At Least One Taker For Mike Vick

No, it’s not the 49ers. And no, it’s not the Lions. In fact, it’s not even a NFL team. The taker? The newly formed Orlando squad in the new United Football League. And how fitting, former NFL coach, Jim Haslett is Orlando’s head coach. You can’t even make this type of stuff up. Obviously there’s […]

Listen Up College Football Coaches, Pete Carroll Is Gonna Teach You A Thing Or Two

Pete Carroll is such a giving man. So much so that he is writing a book that will help coaches become better coaches and even better men. Southern California football coach Pete Carroll will author a book called “Win Forever,” due out next spring. The book will include previously untold details and anecdotes about USC […]

The Glory Lines 4/22/2009

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! Emmitt Smith’s 2009 NFL Mock Draft (Walter Football) Josh McDaniels’ Newest Project: Fixing the Broncos’ Cafeteria (Larry Brown Sports) Personalized Jersey Identity Crisis (Joes Sports Fan) Frank Caliendo on Madden’s retirement […]

Questionable Poses: Former Fighting Champs

Fighters don’t always know when its time to move on, but I commend the recently retired Oscar De La Hoya and soon to be retired Chuck Liddell for stepping away from their respective sports , (De La Hoya-Boxing and Liddell-MMA), before their efforts became pathetic. Both fighters are former champs, but suffered beat downs in […]

UFC’s Iceman on verge of retirement

According to his trainer John Hackleman, former UFC light heavyweight champ, Chuck Liddell is contemplating retirement, but will make final decision over the weekend. With a record of 21-7, Liddell was once considered one of the best in fighters in the sport, but recently has been dominated in the octagon. The Iceman has lost 4 […]

The Detroit Lions’ Logo Has Come A Mighty Long Way

The Detroit Lions and their 2 or 3 fans are celebrating. And that’s something they haven’t been able to do since Matt Millen was ousted. Why are they celebrating, you ask? Well, because a new era is underway. And what a better way to begin a new era than bustin out a new logo? Makes […]

The Glory Lines 4/21/2009

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! Chicago, KG Has Some Disparaging Things to Say About Your Mother…A Photo Progression (Friends Of The Program) Maskot Kombat (More Hardball) Above The Rim is the Greatest Basketball Movie Ever Made […]

Don’t Bring Your History To Citi Field

That right there is the signature of Dwight “Doc” Gooden. During the opening day ceremonies, Gooden stopped by the Ebbets Club along the first base line at Citi where he kicked it a little with the fans. Then, someone came up with the brilliant idea that Gooden should sign a wall outside the bar. You […]

I Think It May Be Time To Retire, Theo

At some point you just know that you’re on your last leg. When you are getting posterized by Anthony Johnson, you’re not only on your last leg, the legs are gone. Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed! or Follow us on Twitter!

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