Who Will Replace Derek Jeter?

February 18, 2014

By Steve Painter Allow me to make one thing very clear: You can’t replace Jeter. How would you? He’s one of the greatest of all time. You can’t just get the scouts on the phone […]

The Riddle of Johnny Football

February 17, 2014

By Will Martin The announcement was made January 8 this year causing the media world to go crazy. College football’s first freshman Heisman Trophy winner declared himself eligible for the National Football League draft in May. Dubbed “Johnny Football” […]

Toronto Raptors Claw Their Way to the Top

February 17, 2014

By Craig Fields Can you hear it? That sound. It’s the sound of a collective group of guys in Toronto clawing their way back to relevancy. It’s the sound of a team stretching and straining […]

A Look Back at Jim Fregosi

February 15, 2014

By Will Martin Lucky is the person who is able to live a life filled with dreams, aspirations, passion, support, and good people who help mold you along the way. The impact may be over […]

The Same ol’ Song & Dance

February 14, 2014

By Cory Carlyle Infidelity is defined in Webster’s Dictionary as ‘the action or state of being unfaithful to a spouse or other sexual partner.’ Being a professional athlete is defined by yours truly as being someone who has […]

Ethics in MMA

February 13, 2014

By Lance LeVan Anyone who keeps up with MMA, or more to the point, the UFC, has heard this week’s news about one of the UFC’s fighters getting their contract terminated. Tiago Silva was arrested […]

The Worst Kept Secret

February 13, 2014

By Will Martin Feel free to include me as among the many that knew 1 year ago that it wasn’t going to be a matter of ‘if’, only ‘when’ a certain Texas Hall Of Famer […]

The All-Star Snub

February 12, 2014

By Craig Fields All-Star Weekend will be upon us in a few days and without doubt there are some pretty deserving names that will not be taking place in the festivities. There are arguably players […]

Getting Down with the Sochi Olympics

February 11, 2014

By Will Martin Once in a while the kids of today can get this middle ager to laugh for a moment when reminiscing about ‘those pre MTV times’ when there was no ‘information age’. Makes […]

Bad Timing for an All-Star Break

February 11, 2014

By Rodney Fisher Most teams look forward to the NBA All-Star break as a time to rest, regroup, and refocus. For the Rockets, in the middle of their best win streak of the season, the […]

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