No One Told This Lady That NFL Team Knowledge Would Be Useful For Her Appearance On Jeopardy

Every once and awhile, Jeopardy ventures into the sports world for a question or two. And every once and awhile, those questions lead to an unforgettable moment or two. Today we get to add to those moments. Let me set the scene: It’s Final Jeopardy. The question is “As of 2010 it’s the only current […]

John Daly’s New Country Album Sounds Like A Guaranteed Success

Oh John Daly. It seems like a week can’t go by anymore without me updating the world on your latest venture. So since I’ve already made it my life’s work to inform the masses of any and everything that Daly has going on in his life, there’s no way that I can stop now. So […]

Conditioning Tests Are Just Not Albert Haynesworth’s Thing

Albert Haynesworth’s first training camp under the new Mike Shanahan regime is off to a rousing start. In just a mere two days, Haynesworth has been able to fail two conditioning test and participate in zero practices. Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth has failed his conditioning test for a second day in a row, team sources […]

The Glory Lines: Tim Tebow Signs, New UFL Jerseys, Matt Capps Traded To The Twins & Miguel Tejada Traded To The Padres

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 UFL unveils less-hideous jerseys for the 2010 season (Shutdown Corner) Washington Nationals trade all-star Matt Capps to Minnesota Twins (Washington Post) Tebow, Broncos agree to 5-year deal worth $11.25 million […]

Is ESPN Being Truthful About The LeBron Story Or Do They Think We’re All Idiots?

As you may have guessed, the disappearing “LeBron takes on Vegas” story has become a pretty big deal. It’s become such a big deal that ESPN had to make a statement explaining their rationale behind removing the story from their website. From Rob King, Vice President & Editor-in-Chief, ESPN Digital Media: “ESPN.com will not be […]

Nationals Place Rookie Sensation On 15-Day DL

The Washington Nationals are playing it safe with their prized possession. After a scratched start on Tuesday due to inflammation in his throwing shoulder, rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg was placed on the disabled list on Thursday morning. “If he’s 90 percent healthy, we shut him down,” Washington manager Jim Riggleman said. “He’s got to be […]

Since One Arrest Warrant Didn’t Do The Trick, Another One Has Been Issued For Eddy Curry

Eddy Curry is not having a pleasant offseason. Just a little over a month ago, a Cook County judge issued a warrant for his arrest because he didn’t show up for a hearing. Curry was supposed to sign an agreement to pay the balance of a $660,000 legal settlement stemming from an alleged sexual relationship […]

Jeremiah Masoli Lands At Ole Miss

The troubled ex-Oregon quarterback has finally found a team. And according to ESPN, Masoli will be eligible to play for Ole Miss when the season gets underway. Former Oregon QB Jeremiah Masoli is expected to be admitted to one of three graduate programs at the University of Mississippi, which should make him eligible to play […]

Fan Wearing LeBron’s Heat Jersey Caused Quite A Stir At Cleveland Indians Game

Fans in Cleveland are looking for any outlet to help them forget the pain of LeBron James stepping on their hearts on national TV. One of those outlets is going out to support their last place Cleveland Indians. So Clevelanders all flocked out to the ballpark expecting a nice, calm and poorly played baseball game, […]

The Glory Lines: RIP Lorenzen Wright, Scott Podsednik Traded To The Dodgers & Roy Oswalt Close To Joining The Phillies

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! Matt Kemp: King of Swing Poster (Vin Scully Is My Homeboy) Astros Ask Oswalt to Approve Trade to Phillies (My Fox Houston) Royals trade Scott Podsednik to the Dodgers for two […]