Beasley heads to rehab

Miami Heat star forward Michael Beasley has reportedly checked into a Houston rehab facility for depression according to philly.com writers. The troubles were noticed by the public initially when last week when Beasley posted several mysterious, or candid posts on his Twitter account. “Feelin like its not worth livin!!!!! I’m done” and “I feel like […]

New Miami Hurricanes Rap Song Comes Equipped With Driving Directions To Tallahassee

Yes indeed. College football is certainly in the air. And whenever there are new season winds blowing, aspiring artist are busy putting together inspirational songs for their favorite team. Much like G-Spot, S. Nim, Mike B., J Dub, and Ryan B have done for their Miami Hurricanes. (Language is a little salty in spots.) H/T […]

Philip Rivers Gets His Cash

It took a little bit of Rivers’ own negotiating, but the man who lead the league in quarterback rating last season finally got the contract extension that he was looking for. To the tune of six years and $92 million. The extension is for six years and is worth $92 million, a source told ESPN.com. […]

The Glory Lines 8/25/09

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! Ladies and Gentlemen, Adrian Peterson is now 2-for-3 Against Ducks (Gobbler Country) 10 REASONS YOU SHOULD HAVE WATCHED THE SOLHEIM CUP (The World of Isaac) Edgerrin James lands in Seattle (Pro […]

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Finds Himself In The Middle Of A Shooting Investigation

Details are emerging about a shooting that took place outside an ice skating rink in Las Vegas late Sunday night. And apparently, one of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s cars was involved in the shooting. LAS VEGAS — Police in Las Vegas say they’re searching boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s Rolls-Royce at his home after witnesses reported it […]

The Boo Birds Finally Descend On Manny In LA

With the Dodgers’ lead in the NL West shrinking by the day, fans in Los Angeles are getting restless. When fans get restless, they tend to notice when a player is in a slump. And when fans start noticing when a player is in a slump, they begin to voice their displeasure for any and […]

Let’s Start The Week With A Ridiculous Prediction From Lou Holtz

Some day very, very soon (if it hasn’t happened already), you will be searching your personal dictionary for the definition of the word, “homer”. And you will be surprised to see an older gentleman smiling at you. Much like the older gentleman pictured is smiling. In fact, the older gentleman pictured will in fact be […]

Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating sports stories of the previous week. World’s fastest man- Usain Bolt ran 100M in 9.58 sec and 200M in 19.19 sec. at the World Athletic Championships in Berlin, in both races he set new world records. If he remains healthy and keeps his […]

Cubs sold for $845M

What does ownership do with a MLB franchise that hasn’t won a World Series championship in over 100 years? Sell it. At least that’s what the Tribune Co. has decided to do with the Chicago Cubs. In a deal that’s been rumored and negotiated for over two years, the Tribune and new owners, the Ricketts […]

Scheduling Will No Longer Be An Excuse For Notre Dame’s Woes

The Charlie Weis “is going to turn Notre Dame back into the a powerhouse” tour is gearing up for it’s 5th season. A season that many believe may be his last if the Irish don’t compete at a high level. Luckily (or unluckily, depending on how you view it) for Weis, this year’s schedule isn’t […]