Notre Dame Is Packing It Up And Staying Home

The Notre Dame football program is pressed for time these days. The search for Charlie Weis’ successor is quietly in full court press mode. The black eyed golden boy and his favorite target named Golden are busy deciding if they will enter the NFL draft. And the rest of the boys are probably still trying […]

Your NFL Game Of The Week: Cowboys vs Giants

Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants, Sunday 4:15 pm Last week’s game of the week was missed due to Thanksgiving festivities so sorry for that to all the No Guts fans. I’m back this week though with what is sure to be the best game the NFL has to offer this weekend, the final matchup between […]

Rampage Jackson’s Retirement Didn’t Last Long

Remember when Rampage Jackson announced he was retiring? When was that? September? Ah, yes. Almost a mere four months ago. Sounds about the right amount of time for a fake retirement. A fake retirement that has just ended according to Rampage. We’ll let him bring you the announcement as only he can. Now, I wanted […]

One More Abuse Tale Before We Let You Go, Mr. Mangino

If you haven’t heard, Kansas head football coach Mark Mangino resigned late yesterday amid the firestorm of allegations that he physically and verbally abused players.  Mangino’s decision shouldn’t surprise anyone that has been alive in the last month, but if Mangino thinks his swift resignation yesterday will stop us from bringing you the latest Mangino abuse tale, […]

The Glory Lines 12/4/09

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! Bills’ Former Head Coach Photoshopped Out of Team Photo? (Josh Fitz) MLB’s best and worst farm systems (SI) Week 13 Fantasy Football Roundup (Sharapova’s Thigh) Ron Artest is always in the […]

Former NBA player sent back to jail

Things have turned for the worse for 2004 first round draft pick and former Nevada University standout Kirk Snyder. After 4 years in the NBA, Snyder has spent most of 2009 entangled in Ohio’s legal system. In April, Snyder pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to felonious assault and aggravated burglary. During the incident […]

Adrian Peterson Pulled Over For Driving 109 MPH And Only Gets A Ticket

In most places in the US, driving your car 109 mph will lead to you being placed in the back of a police cruiser. But that’s most places. Suburban Minneapolis apparently doesn’t fall under the “most places” umbrella. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was cited for speeding over the weekend after police clocked him […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Championship Week

Took the week off for Thanksgiving but now it’s back to business. Championship week is upon us and some teams are playing for BCS berths, while others are playing for a National Title game berth. Record: 205-39 Game Of The Week #1 Florida Gators VS #2 Alabama Crimson Tide The SEC Championship is the hot […]

Mississippi State Cowbells Are No Longer Just An Annoyance, Now They’re Weapons

Here we have a story that surely won’t surprise you. Frankly, you almost have to ask yourself what took so long for a story like this to trickle out of Starkville. If you’re a college football fan, I’m sure you’ve heard the annoyance that is the Mississippi State cowbell. They are used at any and all points […]

Tiger’s Fatal Flaw

A man once viewed as near ‘perfect’ by the masses has recently revealed that he to is subject to make humanly mistakes just like the rest of us. The 33-year-old Tiger Woods has had a horrific week, one that he won’t soon forget. Not only was he hounded by the paps, along with local and […]