Damon Evans Is Officially Done As Georgia’s AD

We all knew it was going to happen, but the question was when. A source confirmed Sunday that Damon Evans and the University of Georgia have reached a negotiated settlement that will result in his resignation as Athletic Director. The UGA Athletic Association board of directors’ executive committee this morning approved a settlement that will […]

The Glory Lines 7/6/10

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! Harry Caray’s Bar Taunts Ohio Fans (Larry Brown Sports) CFL Much?, Tim Maypray 125-Yard Missed Field Goal Return For A Touchdown (Outside the Boxscore) JaMarcus Russell arrested for possession of controlled […]

Paul Pierce’s bluff paid$ off

At 32 years of age, Paul Pierce knew that he wouldn’t receive a long-term offer from a franchise other than his own, but opted out of the last year of his contract anyway. Pierce was slated to make $21M next season, but with the league’s collective bargaining agreement set to undergo a makeover next summer, […]

Here’s A Minor League Meltdown To Kick Off Your 4th Of July Weekend

Usually when you think of a baseball related meltdown, you think of a manager completely losing his mind after a bad call. Rarely, does a player a player go into full meltdown mode because managers usually don’t let them. Stingy b*stards love to keep all the glory to themselves. But here we have an instance […]

The Atlanta Hawks Plan To Make Joe Johnson $121 Million Richer

The Atlanta Hawks made an offer that Joe Johnson should not refuse. He was given a max contract of six years for $121 million. Johnson had a two meetings with the Hawks front office on Thursday and they expect him to accept the offer. The Hawks met with Joe Johnson for a second time in […]

The Glory Lines 7/2/10

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! Nets marketing campaign continues subtle approach (The Sports Hernia) Kentucky Basketball Players Subject of NCAA Probe (TMZ Sports) Don Coryell, ex-Chargers, Aztecs coach, dies at 85 (The San Diego Union-Tribune) Lakers […]

Bobby Bonilla’s Retirement Plan Is Better Than Yours

Now don’t you go taking that title as me insulting your retirement plan because I’m not. I’m sure your retirement plan is solid. It’s just not as solid as former MLB player, Bobby Bonilla. And trust me, it hasn’t nothing to do with how financially savvy Bobby Bonilla is and everything to do with how […]

University Of Georgia AD Arrested For DUI, Enters The Mugshot Hall Of Fame

The University of Georgia is dealing with yet another off the field issue. But this time, it’s not because of what one of their student athletes has done. It’s because of what the man that is responsible for those student athletes has done. University of Georgia athletic direct, Damon Evans was arrested late Wednesday night […]

Bobby Valentine Uses His Current Job To Vent About The Job He Didn’t Get

Remember when the Bobby Valentine was the shoe-in for the Florida Marlins job? Well, it turns out that he wasn’t such a shoe-in and things began to unravel. And in the end, Edwin Rodriguez was tapped as the Marlins’ manager for the rest of the season. So what exactly happened in the days between Bobby […]

NBA Free Agency: Drew Gooden To Sign With The Milwaukee Bucks

NBA free agency is finally off and running with the first signing of the day. According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, Drew Gooden has reached a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. Drew Gooden has reached agreement on a five-year, $32 million contract with the Milwaukee Bucks, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. Bucks general manager John […]