We Know One Name That Will Be Missing The Cut At The Masters

Tim Clark was your winner of the annual Par-3 contest at the Masters on yesterday. Which means that he has no chance of donning the green jacket this year. Why you ask? Well, no player has ever won the Masters and the Par-3 contest in the same year. Ever. But that may be the least […]

The Glory Lines 4/9/2009

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! 37 Things Lower Than Brian Moehler’s ERA (Wasting Away In Wrigleyville) Crackin’ on Cleveland and Minnesota (More Hardball) Phillies 2008 World Series Ring Revealed (The 700 Level) Stewart Cink and Charlie […]

Eddy Curry Promises He Won’t Be As Round Next Season

For any ladies (or fellas) out there that has fell in love with the curves that Eddy Curry is displaying in this picture may be a tad disappointed come next season. That’s because Curry has vowed to trim down and actually be ready for training camp next season. Next season the Knicks’ big man expects […]

Questionable poses: Steroid edition

Major League Baseball is among us again. The boys of summer are back and with them they have brought a constant suspicion of steroid use. Most of us are not naive enough to believe that only a few players have or do use, but what do we expect? These guys are faced with the reality […]

UConn women reach perfection, can you say 39-0?

For the sixth time in school history the women of UConn are national champs. They defeated the Louisville Cardinals 76-54 on Tuesday night in St. Louis. To say they were dominate would be an understatement. Not only did they win every game this season, but they defeated every opponent by double-digits. All-Americans Maya Moore and […]

Blue Jays Fans Just Wouldn’t Stop Until They Finally Took Away The Booze

So it has finally happened. Yep, the booze wasn’t flowing during yesterday’s Tigers-Blue Jays game and it won’t be for three additional dates because according to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, folks in Toronto can’t hold their liquor. The panel cited five broken rules at baseball and football games and concerts dating to […]

The Glory Lines 4/8/2009

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! Joba Goes Nine (Steps)! (The Smoking Gun) Advice for the Mens Stadium Bathroom (Joe Sports Fan) The Wonders of Shaq’s Scrabble Board (The Legend of Cecilio Guante) Top 10 Ways How […]

At This Exact Moment, Michigan State Knew They Were Screwed

In every game, there is a defining moment where the tide turns. The moment where one team takes control of a game and never relinquishes it. For North Carolina, that moment didn’t happen last night. No, it happened before last night. The minute Tyler Hansbrough jogged past the Michigan State Spartans in a hallway, everything […]

Soldiers Don’t Come Cheap These Days

Well that’s if you can catch a football. Luckily for him, Kellen Winslow Jr can do just that. For his unique mix of football catching and soldiering, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have rewarded junior with the largest tight end deal in history. Winslow, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, agreed to a six-year, $36.1 million […]

Tarheels win another title

Over 72,000 fans gathered in Ford Field to witness the North Carolina Tarheels beat the Michigan State Spartans 89-72 on Monday night. The Spartans definitely had the home court advantage, but failed to deliver on the court. Led by All-Americans Tyler Hansbrough and Ty Lawson, North Carolina blitzed MSU early and never looked back. A […]

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