Questionable poses: Mark Sanchez

New York Jets first round draft pick, Mark Sanchez, has all the qualities needed to be a poster boy for shoe companies, sports drinks and clothing companies. An endorsement dream of sorts. The question remains, can and will he succeed on the field? Time will answer that question shortly, but meanwhile he has already began […]

Notre Dame Will Go To Any Length To Make Sure That Their Hiring Of Charlie Weis Doesn’t Look Like A Failure

You don’t have to be an avid college football fan to know that Charlie Weis’ tenure at Notre Dame hasn’t been the greatest. They have vastly underachieved and there’s not even a need to mention their record when it counts most. But someone doesn’t want you to know about Weis’ struggles. Namely, Notre Dame. Notre […]

There Is Only One Place To Settle This Scheduling Issue Between The Nuggets And WWE, Live On Pay Per View

NBA owners never cease to amaze me. First it was the tale of Bob Jonson sending the Bobcats on a season ending road trip so he could play with his little ponies and now Nuggets and Pepsi Center owner, Stan Kroenke has double booked his venue for a taping of WWE’s Monday Night Raw and […]

The Glory Lines 5/19/09

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! Top 10 NBA-Celebrity Look-a-likes (The Hoop Doctors) The Washington Nationals are rubbing off on their grounds crew (Outside the Boxscore) Athletes And Their Ridiculous Cars (Yep Yep) Breaking News: John Wall […]

John Gruden on MNF?

Of all the guys in the world, ESPN chose former Raiders and Bucs coach Jon Gruden to replace Tony Kornheiser as an analyst on Monday Night Football. Why is Kornheiser leaving? Well, apparently he has an innate fear of flying, so he’s leaving the show behind, he’ better on PTI anyway. Gruden’s former players coined […]

They Don’t Make Game 7′s Like They Used To

After an entire Saturday without any basketball, I was all set on a riveting Sunday full of game 7 theatrics. What I got was a bunch a crap. A big pile of stinky, get beat by 20 points, crap! And it’s not even like the Rockets nor the Celtics even tried to make this the […]

The Glory Lines 5/18/09

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! Joe Maddon May Need to Practice Writing Lineups (SPORTSbyBROOKS) The NBA – Where Stalking Happens… (Blaze of Love) Old School Logos: AL East (More Hardball) 7 Reasons Denver WILL Win the […]

You Can Finally Rock Your Very Own Ocho Cinco Ochocinco Jersey

For those of you that have been salivating at the chance to get your hands on the new Chad Ocho Cinco jerseys, you’re gonna have to be content with a Chad Ochocinco jersey. Why? Because of a mistake made by Mr. Ochocino, of course. The NFL had agreed to let the player formerly known as […]

The Glory Lines 5/15/09

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! The NBA All-Scapegoat Team (Pete Marasmitch) Cavs fans aren’t getting away with everything these days (Outside the Boxscore) It’s Time to Blow Up the Dallas Mavericks (Empty The Bench) DeSean Jackson […]

Questionable poses: Lakers (Dynamic duos)

Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabar were the catalysts for the Lakers during the showtime years. They owned the 1980′s and were dominate at their respective positions. At 7’4, Jabar was unstoppable and a 6’9 Magic Johnson revolutionized the point position. Showtime was revitalized with the turn of the century, as a young Kobe Bryant and […]

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