The Glory Lines 2/7/2009

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! Richard Zednik Goal Of The Year Against Islanders (Total Pro Sports) Baseball Tonight: The Finer Things Club (Sharapova’s Thigh) Lewis Open To Change (My Sports Rumors) BallHype Spotlight on “And One” […]

Summit reaches 1000 wins… and counting

1000 wins! A number that represents greatness, longevity and durability. In a 73-43 blowout against conference opponent Georgia, Pat Summit became the first coach, men or women, in Division-1 athletics to reach that unprecedented milestone. Summit was handed Tennessee’s women’s basketball program at the age of 22. During that time, women’s sports were an afterthought […]

Wrapping Up National Signing Day

No Guts contributed J Will drops by to give us his top 10 classes as well as his winners and losers from National Signing Day. National Signing Day has come and gone so it’s time for my top 10 recruiting classes of the year. Quick Note: USC, UF, UGA, and Tennessee are still fighting for […]

Excuse Me Sir. Can You Sign This Petition So Our Basketball Players Can Get Choked, I Mean Coached?

The life of a college student is filled with attending classes, studying, partying, and sleeping. In the time between those activities, there’s a lot of idle time. So much idle time that many get a part-time job, volunteer, or create a petition to get Bob Knight an interview for their school’s vacant head basketball coaching […]

Finals rematch: Lakers v. Celtics

Lakers v. Celtics is undeniably the fiercest rivalry in the NBA. The two conference leaders will face off once again tonight in Boston. The Celtics(41-9) will attempt to exact revenge for a Christmas day lost to the Lakers(39-9), while LA will make an effort to show the Celtics they can consistently beat them. Los Angeles […]

ACC Road Games: Where Stomach Ulcers Happen

Don’t you just hate it when you come home from a long day to find ESPN showing the worst college basketball games they can find? Well, last night was not supposed to be one of those nights. Wake Forest to take on Miami in the early game, then a battle between Duke and Clemson. Finally, […]

Raider Nation is Cable Ready

After interviewing several candidates, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis decided to make interim coach Tom Cable the head man for the 2009 NFL season. Cable led the team to a 4-8 record after replacing Lane Kiffin, the Raiders finished 5-11. Cable joined the Raiders in 2007 as the offensive line coach; his only head coach […]

Knick Fans May Witness The Worst Week Ever At MSG

That 61 that you saw Kobe drop on your beloved Knicks on Monday is just the beginning, Knicks fans. Just the beginning, you ask? Yes, just the beginning because tonight, King James is set to try his hand against your Knicks in Madison Square Garden. While I’m not expecting Lebron to score more than 61, […]

The Glory Lines 2/3/2009

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! Don’t Invite Alex Boone To Your Super Bowl Party (Total Pro Sports) Chris Paul is valuable (A Stern Warning) Kobelieve! (Josh Q. Public) The Ballad of Black and Golddust (PSAMP) Pete […]

Kobe drops 61 in MSG

Kobe Bryant scored 61 points in Madison Square Garden on Monday night against the Knicks, which set a new scoring record for the Garden. Bryant eclipsed Michael Jordan’s visitor’s record of 55 at MSG, while also bettering Bernard King’s 60 points in 1984. The Lakers won 126-117 and looked quite formidable without center Andrew Bynum, […]

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