Blake Griffin is AP Player of the Year

Blake Griffin was the most dominating player in the college game this season and today received The Associated Press Player of the Year award. The Oklahoma sophomore foward averaged 22.7 points and a nation leading 14.4 rebounds per game. He led the Sooners the a 30-6 record and they reached the Regional Finals of the […]

Tell Us How You Really Feel, Cito

Toronto Blue Jays manager, Cito Gaston has finally confirmed that he believes everything that we believe about Roger Clemens. Namely, that he’s an “a-hole”. He’s an a—–e himself. A complete a—–e, Gaston said with a chuckle. “And I’ll say that loud, right in his face. It was all about him. Ain’t about nobody else but […]

The Glory Lines 4/3/2009

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! It’s the Jeter-mobile!! (Home Run Derby) Who Knew The MMA Had Cry Babies? (Total Pro Sports) Steve Stone Should Have Been Juan Gonzalez’s Conscience (Rumors and Rants) Top 5: NBA Theme […]

Dana White Explodes

No Guts contributor, J Will brings us the foul mouth Dana White on video replying to a story about locker room access to UFC fighters.For those of you who don’t know who Dana White is, he is the president of UFC. White has been known to speak his mind about anything and everything he doesn’t […]

Stallworth faces prison; a senseless loss of life

Browns WR Dante Stallworth appeared in a Miami courtroom on Thursday morning to answer to DUI manslaughter charges. The incident occurred on March 14. Heading home from a night out, the 28-year old’s car hit and killed 59-year old Mario Reyes. According to Florida state prosecutors, Stallworth’s blood-alcohol level was .12, considerably higher than the […]

It’s About Time That The NBA Started To Tell The Truth In Their Box Scores

Looks like someone at NBA.com feels the same way I do about how players that didn’t play are handled in the box score. When a player isn’t injured and rides the pine all game, we usually get the ole, DNP – COACHES DECISION. But it looks like someone is tired of the lies. As am […]

After A Thorough 5 Month Search, The Arizona Wildcats Have Hired……..Tim Floyd?

Yep, I’m just as stunned as you. According to ESPN, Arizona is set to hire Tim Floyd as their next head basketball coach. I’m kinda confused by this move because there are obviously better and younger names out there. Jeff Capel and Mark Few are two names that come to mind. Now, I’m not saying […]

The Glory Lines 4/2/2009

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! JoPa Being JoPa (Hugging Harold Reynolds) Never Question The Heart & Determination Of A Bruins Fan (Hub Hockey) Jalen Rose Fights For NCAA Athletes’ Rights Via Twitter (Money Players) Head Football […]

The Block Is Hot Now That Cutler Is On It

So much for working things out. The Broncos have given up on Jay Cutler and now they are looking to move the unhappy Cutler. Even though we would be weary of adding the whiny Cutler, there will be a multitude of teams looking to give their best pitch to Broncos in the next few weeks. […]

Why do athletes receive less publicity for good behavior?

Houston Texans RB Ryan Moats should be commended for his admirable display of restraint and his remarkable showing of maturity and understanding, but after the interviews are over this story will be all but forgotten. After receiving unprofessional treatment from Dallas police officer Robert Powell, Moats accepted his apology and showed no visible signs of […]

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