A Family Affair: Shanahan Hires Son As O-Coordinator

What would our world be like without nepotism? George Bush would have never been President or governor of Texas and Michael Douglas’ reign as one of the greatest actors in the 80’s and 90’s would have never occurred. Though we could have lived without the Bush years, I think we’re all better people after watching […]

The Chargers Found Time For A Little Partying On The Friday Before The Jets Game

Rumors have been swirling around the ‘net that the Chargers took a trip to the “Pure Platinum” strip club hours before their divisional game against the Jets. The rumor was somewhat verified in San Diego Union-Tribune’s, Kevin Acee’s mailbag. Be careful how much you believe. Some players were out, yes. You will notice I deleted […]

Amar’e Stoudemire Is One Of The Few People To See The Nets’ ‘Potential’

This summer’s free agent class is full of big names in search of a big payout and the chance to team up with one another for multiple championships. Amar’e Stoudemire is one of the key cogs in this free agent class, but he has a different outlook on things.  He’s looking for potential. Looking for […]

The Glory Lines 1/21/10

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! Poor Chan Gailey Can’t Even Get Respect From Closed Captioning (Deadspin) Sources: Oakland Raiders reached out to Stanford’s Jim Harbaugh (ESPN) Oh, them O’s (More Hardball) Young Replacing Chargers QB Philip […]

Andy Roddick Calmly Explains To The Chair Ump What His Job Is

During the second round of the Australian Open, Andy Roddick not only beat Thomaz Bellucci, he also found time to tell the chair umpire what his job is. All very calmly. Even while dropping bulls*^& and the F bomb. What a professional. Have some breaking news or an interesting story we should see? Hit us […]

Saints Deuce McAllister To Retire

New Orleans Saints RB Deuce McAllister announced Tuesday that he is heading to retirement after 8 seasons in the NFL. McAllister was released by the Saints last February. His body began to breakdown after the second of two reconstructive knee surgeries in 2007, his mobility was severely limited and the franchise added younger, healthier backs […]

Someone Finally Gets A Photo Of A Tiger-Like Figure At Sex Clinic

You knew it would happen sooner or later. As soon as someone uttered the words “Tiger in sex rehab”, the photogs would sleep in any bush that they needed to for a glimpse.  The bushes they have been sleeping in are at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services’ facility called Gentle Path in Hattiesburg, […]

The Glory Lines 1/20/10

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! Bernie Kosar Google search yields humbling results (The Sports Hernia) MSU Recruiting Weekend Includes Visit To Strip Club? (Mr. SEC) You’re in Trouble: Ballboy Has Accident on Court, Delays Match (Fan […]

Did Norv Turner Deserve A Contract Extension?

Despite being bounced by the Jets in the Divisional Playoffs 17-14 after their bye week, the San Diego Chargers gave head coach, Norv Turner a 3-year contract extension. The Chargers finished the season 13-3 and won their third consecutive AFC West title, but have yet to make it to the Super Bowl under Turner’s direction. […]

Bill Cowher Dupes The Bills Into Hiring Chan Gailey

How do you nicely tell an organization that you’re not interested in their head coaching job? You politely offer up another candidate. The Buffalo Bills have hired former Dallas Cowboys and Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey as their new coach, a team source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. he team announced it would hold […]