Tavaris Jackson’s Painful Pick 6!

It’s bad enough when you throw a pick 6, but when you literally get punished for it, that makes for a bad day. Talk about adding insult to injury. Oh and Tavaris, welcome to being a full time back up next year. You’ve earned it! Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed!

The Walk On Handbook For Conference Play

Attention all walk on players, The first couple months of the season has been a blast for most of you. You’ve got to suit up with the team, play in some games, and some of you have even scored some points. But as we move into conference play, your role will drastically change. No longer […]

Millen takes blame for 0-16 season

On NBC’s Saturday’s edition of “Football Night in America” Detroit Lions’ former GM Matt Millen took the blame for the Lions history making 0-16 season. Millen said “I would have fired myself after the season.” Yes, he actually acknowledged that he sucked as a GM. Its good to know that we still have some self […]

The Glory-Lines 1/3/2009

Now that all the festivities for the New Year are behind us, it’s time to get back in gear. No better way to start than with some links. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! HHR Founder Formally Expresses Interest in Jets Coaching Position […]

Antoine Walker’s: Stat line of the week# 9

There many worthy of the “Can’t get no Lower Award” this week, but I chose to go with a guy that gets paid to shoot the rock. The New Orleans Hornets forward Peja Stojakovich, had a horrible game, at least by his standards. On Tuesday against the Washington Wizards in New Orleans Arena, Stojakovich went […]

Memorable Sports Moments Of 2008

The year 2008 had has its share of memorable sports moments. From great performances to heinous acts, the year was filled with action. There were hundreds to choose from, but below we’ve listed those that were the most unforgettable. Michael Phelps- This guy has to be the athlete of the year. He won a record […]

Six Months In, It’s Time To Thank The Blogosphere

During my daily ritual of browsing Ballhype for good content to read, one particular story jumped out at me. It was written by MoonDog and it was entitled, Earning Your Way In The Sports Blogosphere. Being a regular reader of his blog, I knew that this article would be thought provoking to say the least. […]

Shaq is still dominating

Sure, he’s a 17-yr vet and doesn’t average 25ppg. & 11rpg. anymore, but he’s still the most dominating big man in the league. Of late, Shaquille O’neal has been on a tear; scoring 20+ points in 2 of the team’s last 3 games. He’s easily been the most consistent member of the Phoenix Suns averaging […]

The Glory-Lines 12/29/2008

It’s the last Tuesday of 2008 so let’s do a little linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! An Angry Chris Paul (The Basketball Jones) Dogs Love That Steelers Gear NFL Shop Commercial, Too (PSAMP) Lions At Least Get First Pick in the […]

Has Mike D’Antoni Caught The "Marinelli"?

What’s the “Marinelli” you ask? It’s a sickness that forces a coach to look for any ounce of optimism that he can grab on to about his team. This in turn makes the coach sound like a bumbling idiot any time he does an interview. Rod Marinelli fell ill during his last days as the […]

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