Soldiers Don’t Come Cheap These Days

Well that’s if you can catch a football. Luckily for him, Kellen Winslow Jr can do just that. For his unique mix of football catching and soldiering, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have rewarded junior with the largest tight end deal in history. Winslow, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, agreed to a six-year, $36.1 million […]

Tarheels win another title

Over 72,000 fans gathered in Ford Field to witness the North Carolina Tarheels beat the Michigan State Spartans 89-72 on Monday night. The Spartans definitely had the home court advantage, but failed to deliver on the court. Led by All-Americans Tyler Hansbrough and Ty Lawson, North Carolina blitzed MSU early and never looked back. A […]

The Glory Lines 4/7/2009

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! Some names we won’t be seeing on Opening Day (Major League Jerk) Spring Training Leader Board (More Hardball) Snazzy court lures Silver Surfer to women’s Final Four (The Sports Hernia) Ten […]

I Remember When You Were Stunning Steve, Now You’re A Hall Of Famer

Over the years, I’ve lost touch with wrestling. I couldn’t tell you who the current champ is, who’s a “good guy”, or who’s a “heel”. But when I caught wind of Steve Austin being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, the wrestling lover of old came out of me. You see, I remember Steve […]

Jordan and 4 others elected to Hall of Fame

Michael Jordan leads the 2009 class of inductees into the Naismith Hall of Fame. David Robinson, John Stockton, Jerry Sloan and Vivian Stringer were also selected to the Hall earlier today. It was inevitable that MJ would enter into the Hall on the first ballot. His career was unparalleled by any others. Besides averaging the […]

The Only Negative Of Michigan State Advancing To Tonight’s Championship Game Is Now Jim Delany Has A Reason To Open His Mouth

This here is Jim Delany. You know him. He’s the commissioner of the Big Ten. And he’s the same Jim Delany that thinks the Big Ten’s s#@t don’t stink. Now that Michigan State will play in tonight’s championship game, he’s taking the opportunity to rub it in the face of all of those that had […]

The Worst Ceremonial First Pitches

Opening day is finally upon us. So you know what that means……ceremonial first pitches. Which also means, we give you the worst ceremonial first pitches. Did you expect anything different from us? Mariah Carey in heels and dukes. Looks good, but as for the pitch….not so good. Some people know that they have a noodle […]

The Glory Lines 4/6/2009

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! Sean Avery Strikes Again and Tim Thomas Doesn’t Like It (Rumors and Rants) The 2009 Hot Ladies Tournament Field Of 32 Thighs (Sharapova’s Thigh) Opening Day Feats and Firsts (More Hardball) […]

Ty Lawson Loves His Craps

On Friday we learned that Ty Lawson had won $250 playing craps during his down time in Detroit as the Tarheels’ prepared for the Final Four. We got in last night, and Coach (Roy Williams) gave us a curfew of 1:30, Lawson said when asked if he had visited any casinos. I went over to […]

Blake Griffin is AP Player of the Year

Blake Griffin was the most dominating player in the college game this season and today received The Associated Press Player of the Year award. The Oklahoma sophomore foward averaged 22.7 points and a nation leading 14.4 rebounds per game. He led the Sooners the a 30-6 record and they reached the Regional Finals of the […]