Your NL Cy Young Winner Is Tim Lincecum

Make that two in a row for Tim Lincecum, as he is crowned the Cy Young Winner for the NL. Of the 32 ballots submitted by two writers in each league city, Lincecum (15-7, 2.48 ERA) was listed first on 11, one fewer than the St. Louis Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright (19-8, 2.63 ERA), who finished […]

Fomer NBA Star Finally Agrees To Plea Deal

It’s been a while since he’s been in the news, but for those who don’t remember Jayson Williams, here’s a little about his past. Williams gained notoriety playing in the NBA for the New Jersey Nets from 1992-1999. His best seasons were from 1996-1998 where he averaged a double-double and made the 1998 All-Star game. […]

Thierry Henry Aint Apologizing For No Handball

If you haven’t already seen it, this may be the last Thierry Henry handball video left on Earth. Better get your eyes on it before it’s extinct. As for how Thierry Henry feels about it, let’s just say he isn’t apologetic. “Yes, there is a handball but I am not the referee,” Henry admitted. “I […]

Ann Bowden Has A Few Words For You Regarding Her Husband.

If you’ve been following the saga that is going on at Florida State these days, you know that things aren’t exactly peachy keen in Tallahassee. For those of you who have been living under a rock, or could care less about a FSU program that has been irrelevant for almost a decade, here’s a quick […]

The Glory Lines 11/19/09

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! Another game day in Athens…? (You Are What You Eat…Or Reheat/Dr. Saturday) Mike Shanahan The Next Buffalo Bills Coach? (Sharapova’s Thigh) Do The Mets Want to Win? (My Sports Rumors) It’s […]

Your NFL Power Rankings: Week 10

Week 9 is gone, and so are the playoff chances of many teams in the league. And that’s the theme of the rankings this week. Like most people around the country, the conclusion of the Colts, Patriots game on Sunday Night left us scratching our heads as to WTH just happened. Also, the number of […]

Mike Scioscia And Jim Tracy Are Your MLB Managers Of The Year

MLB awards week chugs along with the announcement of the Angels’ Mike Scioscia winning AL manager of the year and the Rockies’ Jim Tracy winning it for the NL. Mike Scioscia of the Los Angeles Angels and Jim Tracy of the Colorado Rockies, whose perseverance was their virtue battling through tragedy, grief and slow starts, […]

Why Your Coach Would Go To Notre Dame: Paul Johnson Edition

Ok, let’s all just agree that Charlie Weis is gone after the season. Now that the easy part is out of the way, let’s talk about his successor. And the fear that your school’s head coach may be that guy. Yes. He could be that guy. If he couldn’t, why are journalist compelled to give reasons […]

Reason To Believe Brett Favre Will Play In 2010?

Frankly, it’s surprising that it took this long for folks to find a reason that Brett Favre will play for the Vikings in 2010. Here’s the first of many. So get ready. A rumor has surfaced that Favre recently purchased land in Preston, Minn., near Rochester, for deer hunting. That might be an indicator he intends […]

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 & […]