The Glory Lines 4/8/10

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! A Velez jersey fail, the SF Giants and you (Out of Bounds) The Athletes Strike Back – When Players Attack Fans (Sportige) Don Nelson captures career victories record (AP via Yahoo! […]

Who Was Better: The 1997-98 Tennessee Vols Or The 2009-2010 UConn Huskies?

First off, congratulations to UConn for winning the Huskies Invitational tournament. Now that we got that out of the way, I keep hearing that this is the best team in NCAA history. I would like to agree but the 97-98 Tennessee Vols was on the same level as this UConn team. So I ask you, […]

David Ortiz Is In Mid-Season Form, Both On The Field And With The Media

It didn’t take long for the David Ortiz we have all grown to love to show up for the start of the season. In fact, it only took two games. In that two game span, Ortiz hasn’t been able to muster one hit. In layman’s terms, he’s hitless. But in the locker room, that’s a […]

The Glory Lines 4/7/10

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! The Tiger Woods Crank-Call Generator (Slate) Redskins remain willing to unload Haynesworth (NFL.com) Tigers Closer, Jose Valverde, Or “The Big Potato,” Makes Quite the Entrance from the Bullpen (Detroit 4 Lyfe) […]

The 2nd Annual John Daly Sale-A-Thon Is Underway

Lately it seems that every year when the Masters rolls around, John Daly isn’t invited to play. Lately it also seems that every year when the Masters rolls around, John Daly still shows up. Not to crash the party and play anyway, but to make a quick buck. Or two. How you ask? By just […]

New Orleans Saints’ VP Of Communications Struggles With Communication

Even after a dream season that culminated in a Super Bowl Victory, all is not well in New Orleans. Particularly for a group of Saints season ticket holders who look to be losing their tickets because of new construction in the Super Dome. Clearly a hot topic in New Orleans, WWLTV reporter, Bigad Shaban decides […]

Brett Favre Is Now An Indecisive Grandpa

Brett Favre now has some new decisions to waffle on. Decisions like, what to buy a kiddie for Christmas. Or whether to take the tike to McDonald’s or Burger Kind for lunch. Why? Because Brett Favre is the newest and only grandpa in the NFL. Brett Favre’s teammates had some fun at his expense last […]

The Glory Lines 4/6/10

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! The Loneliest Fans in Lucas Oil Stadium (Larry Brown Sports) Presenting The Tiger Woods Image Rehab Playbook (With Leather) Bud Selig not thrilled with all the McNabb talk on Opening Day […]

LeBron Is Upset That His Olympic Status Is In Question

We all know that this will be a big summer for LeBron because he is scheduled to become a free agent. In a statement that may have been a result of this fact, last Wednesday, James said that he’s “probably not” going to play in the world championships this summer due to a busy schedule. […]

Tony Romo Takes To The Stage For A Little Singing, And It Aint Pretty

Tony Romo continues his offseason regime of pooping up any and everywhere that isn’t related to football. Today’s installment has Romo on stage with a band named “Steel Panther” and totally murdering Guns N’ Roses favorite, “Sweet Child O’ Mine”. Listen at you own risk. Next on NFL’s list of banned substances: Tony Romo’s singing […]