Pay Close Attention, Charlie Manuel Is Teaching You How To Go All In

The Rockies defeated the Phillies 5-4 to even up their NL Division series at one apiece. The game itself was pretty eventful, but there is more to this series than the games. There are things to be learned. Cole Hamels gave instruction on why you probably shouldn’t pitch when you’re wife is due to go […]

Diagnoses: Delonte West watched Desperado one too many times

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Delonte West was arrested on weapons charges September 17 in Maryland’s Prince George County. He had two hand guns in his pocket and a shot-gun in a guitar case strapped to his back. According to West, he’s battled a “mood disorder” since childhood and his felonious actions occurred due to this disorder, […]

The Glory Lines 10/9/09

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! Rejected ESPN Body Issue Photo Spreads (Holy Taco) Top 5 Candidates For New Cleveland Indians Manager (Paneech) That’s Supposed To Be Troy Polamalu (PSAMP) Pat Burrell To The Cubs For Milton […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 6

J Will will be handling the previewrooskis for the college football season. His picks are awaiting your ridicule. So do so in the comments. Week 5 was a terrible week in terms of my picks, but this week is going to be flawless. I think a lot of teams separated themselves from the pack and […]

Commit a felony, serve fed time = Reality T.V. Show

Six months ago Michael Vick was wondering if he’d ever be able to make a living in the world of entertainment again. Today, the answer is a resounding yes. Since serving a 18-month prison sentence, Vick has been signed by the Eagles and now has a deal with BET for a reality series that is […]

Everyone Except The Browns’ Players Think That Trading Braylon Edwards Was Good For The Franchise

The trade that sent Braylon Edwards to the Jets is perceived to be a “slam dunk” by many. The Jets and their fans I’m sure are happy. Eric Mangini seems to be happy. Some in the Cleveland media also seem to be happy. Yet, there is a group that isn’t so sure this move is in […]

The Crowd Noise In Baton Rouge May Be Too Much For Tim Tebow To Bear

Conventional wisdom says there is no way Tim Tebow misses Saturday’s game against LSU. We’ve heard that he’s ahead of schedule and that he hasn’t had any reoccurring headaches. Most players would probably get the nod with good news like that. But this is Tim Tebow. With news like that, no one could convince me […]

The Glory Lines 10/8/09

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! Desperate NHL takes leap of faith with Medieval Times partnership (The Sports Hernia) The 2009 Chicago All-Flop Team (Zoner Sports) Australian Race Fans Limited To Just One Case Of Beer Per […]

Lebron’s clout clearly reaches beyond the world of basketball

Call it a coincidence, or bad fortune, but Braylon Edwards is on a plane to New York because he messed with the wrong guy. He could have decked a friend of any other athlete in Cleveland, instead he ‘scuffled’ with a member of the ‘King’s,’ entourage. Lebron James is Cleveland sports. While the Browns are […]

Big 4 In Florida? Jim Leavitt Says No

On the heels of South Florida’s victory over FSU a couple of weeks ago, we knew that there would be one or two delusional Bull backers that would make outrageous claims. We just didn’t expect the school itself to be making the claims. Well, the USF athletic department has made such a claim. And the […]