5 Hottest Seats In College Football

No Guts contributor J Will brings us the college football coaches on the hot seat in 2009. Last October, the firing of Tommy Bowden prompted us to go through this exercise. And with Fall camp a month away, it’s time to let you know which head coach’s seats will be the hottest in 2009. 1) […]

The Glory Lines 7/6/09

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! Grant Hill Could Reunite With Doc Rivers (NBA Fanhouse) Nike ‘Love 15′ Commercial Celebrating Roger Federer’s 15 Grand Slam Titles(Video) (Sharapova’s Thigh) Hedo Turkoglu is a Flip-Flopper (That NBA Lottery Pick) […]

Weekly Rewind 7/5/09

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of the most captivating stories of the previous week. Gone too soon-Former NFL QB Steve McNair died after suffering four gun shot wounds at a condo in downtown Nashville on Saturday July 4. McNair and his “girlfriend” 20-year-old Sahel Kazemi were both killed in an assumed murder-suicide, but investigators […]

The Braves Organization Must Teach The Art of Tirades To Their Managers

As you know, here at No Guts, we love a good umpire ejection. And likewise, we love the reactionary manager tirade. And it seems that the Braves organization loves their managers togo into tirade mode after they’re ejected as well. H/T Zoner Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed! or Follow us […]

5 Athletes That Shouldn’t Act Ever Again

Athletes have always tried their hands in other realms of entertainment. Many have written books, released albums, produced and directed films, but most that seek the limelight away from their respective sports attempt acting. Why? I have no idea. What many athletes fail to realize is that acting is hard work. Most successful actors have […]

3 worst GM’s in the NBA

The NBA free agent season has begun and many trades and acquisitions will be made to improve NBA squads. General Managers of the NBA, the guys that are responsible for signing and trading players, are the “stars” of this part of the year. Some excel while others fail horribly. Below I’ve listed 3 of the […]

Questionable Poses: Jason Campbell Spends A Day At Sea World

We usually use this space for athletes that have posed questionably for a photo. While there isn’t any posing going on here, there is definitely something questionable. Namely, the fact that Jason Campbell is at Sea World and most importantly, he’s both shirtless and shoeless. * Image via via D.C. Sports Bog Fan of No […]

Darren Daulton Is Your New [Insert Drug Here] Champion

In today’s MLB landscape, it’s rare to see any player or former player admit to anything. Who am I kidding by saying it’s rare? It just plain doesn’t happen. That’s why it’s so refreshing (and entertaining) when someone finally comes clean. Darren Daulton has come clean. And when I say he’s come clean, I mean […]

The Glory Lines 7/1/09

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! Remembering World League Football with Pro Set (Gem Mint Tea) Ripping on the Reds (More Hardball) Dan Patrick > Colin Cowherd (Thunder Treats) The Three Mikes: After The Crowds Go Quiet […]

Walsh preparing for 2010 free agent class

New York Knick President, Donnie Walsh, has made it clear that he plans on being a big spender next summer, 2010. What about the Knicks players that will enter free agency tomorrow? Here’s how Donnie responded to that. “I’m always looking at 2010, because I want to be in the free agent market in a […]