What We Learned: College Football’s Week 3

Week 3 is in the books. Let’s see what we learned. Arkansas looks legit. Everyone knew that Arkansas’s offense was going to be good but I had some serious doubts about their defense. Arkansas’s defense dominated Georgia for the first three quarters in their 31-24 victory which put Ryan Mallet in the Heisman discussion and […]

Ohio Fans Should’ve Known It Was Gonna Be A Long Day When Rufus Bobcat Missed A Tackle Before The Game Even Started

No one was expecting Ohio to upset Ohio State on Saturday. But if anyone was actually hoping for the unthinkable to happen, it all went out the window when Ohio’s mascot, Rufus Bobcat sprinted out on the field in hopes of tackling Ohio State’s mascot, Brutus Buckeye. Rufus’ hopes didn’t materialize until Brutus successfully made […]

Andre Berto Calls Out Shane Mosley On Twitter And On Video

Andre Berto and Shane Mosley was supposed to fight a couple of months ago, but it was postponed due to the earthquake in Haiti where Berto has family. But now that Berto has everything in order, he has his sights back on Mosely and he dropped this on twitter to prove it. He also had […]

Jacory Harris Received Racially Motivated Message After Loss To Ohio State

After entering the season with high hopes, it seems that some have soured on Jacory Harris after the Hurricanes’ loss to Ohio State. So much so that Harris says that he has received a racially motivated message on Twitter. Miami quarterback Jacory Harris said he received at least one racially motivated hate message following the […]

Let’s Start The Week With Jack Clark’s Criticism Of The “Poopy In Their Pants” St. Louis Cardinals

Jack Clark is no stranger to rants. So when the discussion turned to the St. Louis Cardinals’ flop in the second half of the season, Clark went ahead and did his usual. “I’m really tired of watching the effort, that’s for sure,” Clark told 101 ESPN Radio in St. Louis on Thursday. “I’m not seeing […]

The Glory Lines: Brandon Jacobs Throws His Helmet Into The Crowd, Vikings Considering Trading For Vincent Jackson, & Nuggets Are Listening To Offers For Carmelo Anthony

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! Have a link or story that needs to be added? Hit us up at nogutsglory@gmail.com. DJ Kitty Wants Tampa Bay Fans to Cheer for the Rays, Lick Themselves (The Last Angry […]

Plaxico Burress Talks About His Life Behind Bars And His NFL Future

The New York Daily News got the opportunity to sit down with Plaxico Burress to discuss how he’s holding up while serving his two year sentence on weapons-possession. In the interview, Burress touches on life behind bars, what he’s learned throughout the ordeal, and his NFL future after he’s released. Via NY Daily News

Your NFL Game Of The Week: Patriots vs Jets

New England Patriots @ New York Jets, September 19, 2010 4:15pm Record 0-1 Last week’s game between the Vikings and Saints started me off on the wrong foot with the Saints barely getting by Minnesota in a close defensive game. This week’s game shouldn’t shape up to be the same way at all with two […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 3

Monster Saturday was a big letdown as all the top games turned into blowouts. Hopefully this week, we will see some better games. Record: 33-7 Game Of The Week #9 Iowa Hawkeyes VS #24 Arizona Wildcats This is the only game that matches up two ranked teams this weekend. Iowa is going to try to […]

Pat Burns’ Sources Tell Him That Pat Burns Aint Dead

Don’t you just love the good ole journalists with all their “sources” and such? You know, those sources that told journalists around the country that former NHL coach, Pat Burns had died of cancer. But what they didn’t know was that Pat Burns had a more reliable source than them all. Himself! Let’s see what […]