Your NFL Power Rankings: Week 9

Week 8 is in the books and we saw teams separate themselves in the many different divisional races throughout the NFL. While some teams such as the Chargers closed the gap on their division leader, this season seems like it will be a go down the stretch as teams fight for playoff positioning. Here are […]

Jim Boeheim Joins The 800 Club

Thirty-three years after getting his first victory as Syracuse’s head coach, Jim Boeheim became the 8th coach to reach the 800 win milestone in men’s college basketball history. Boeheim started his 34th season with the Orangemen with 799 wins and notched his 800th after his team defeated Albany 75-43 Monday night in the Carrier Dome. […]

You Either Learn Who Bill Martin Is Or You Get Roughed Up

The current state of football at the University of Michigan is as follows: 5-5 record, 1-5 in the Big Ten. After starting 4-0, the Wolverines have dropped 5 of their last 6. Including 5 straight Big Ten losses. Their head coach’s status for next season is up in the air. With these facts in hand, […]

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Reveals That He Has Rare Form of Leukemia

Former NBA great, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has revealed that he has been diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia. The good news is that the prognosis is encouraging. The NBA’s all-time leading scorer was diagnosed last December with chronic myeloid leukemia, he told The Associated Press on Monday. The 62-year-old Abdul-Jabbar said his doctor didn’t give any guarantees, but informed him: […]

The Glory Lines 11/10/09

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! Sundays From the Cellar: A Bye Week in St. Louis (Joe Sports Fan) Stephon Marbury Apparently Thinks The NBA Is Fixed & David Stern Should Be Replaced (Sharapova’s Thigh) 9 athletes […]

Chiefs cut RB Larry Johnson

The Kansas City Chiefs released RB Larry Johnson earlier today after seven years with the franchise. This move was anticipated for the last two seasons due to an explosion of off-field problems for the former Pro-Bowler. Johnson’s actions recently degraded the gay/lesbian community and took shots at the credibility and qualifications of the coaching staff, […]

If Iverson Wants A Ring, He Should Listen To Me

First off, let me say that I’m a huge Lakers fan and a huge A.I. fan on the low. I’ve always respected and appreciated the way he’s played the game of basketball from all of his years in Philadelphia up until his brief stint with the Nuggets a couple of years back. But his time […]

A Lawrence Taylor Mugshot To Get Your Monday Off On The Right Foot

Here we have a rather happy, and red-eyed Lawrence Taylor after being arrested in Miami late Sunday night. Former New York Giants great Lawrence Taylor was arrested late Sunday for leaving the scene of an accident in Miami-Dade, according to jail records. Responding officers issued an alert for a “white vehicle missing the front right […]

College Football Week Ten: What We Learned

* Image via Friends of the Program Another tough week for SEC refs as they blow another call. During the Alabama-LSU game, LSU’s Patrick Peterson for made a game changing interception, but once again the refs blew the call. After watching the replay, it was clear to see that Peterson got both feet down, but […]

Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating sports stories of the previous week. New York, New York!- The Yanks won their first World Series since 2000 last week after defeating the Philadelphia Philles in 6 games. The Steinbrenners spent $100’s of millions trying to secure a championship caliber team and […]