Photo courtesy of withfriendship.com. Andy Reid (pictured above) appears to be sitting on a boiling seat these days. His time in Philadelphia appears about done.
By Wesley Kaminsky
Eagles 34, Cowboys 7. That was the score three weeks ago when the Eagles dominated the Cowboys, winning their second straight game, leading people to believe that the self-proclaimed “Dream Team” had finally figured it out.
How fooled we all were.
After a Week 9 home loss to the Bears on Monday Night Football, Eagles fans had all but lost hope. Week 10 was a new low, as they lost to the John Skelton-led Cardinals in Philadelphia 21-17. At 3-6, Andy Reid’s seat has never been hotter, and the city of Philadelphia has lost its patience. Michael Vick has regressed this season, and his status is in doubt for their Sunday Night game in New York. If he cannot go, Vince Young, the very man who proclaimed the Eagles the “Dream Team” would start. Oh, joy. Continue reading
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Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Mike Krzyzewski (pictured above) is now the all-time leader in Division 1 hoops with 903 wins.
By Josh Kramer
Records are made to be broken. And on this night, another mythical record fell. Whether you are a fan of Duke or not, you have to tip your cap to Coach Mike Krzyzewski. The man commonly referred to as Coach K is now the all-time winningest coach in Division 1 NCAA Men’s basketball. With the still very prevalent Paterno scandal unfolding, tonight demonstrated what doing it the right way is all about.
Coach K played for the great Bobby Knight at Army from 1966 to 1969. And though he was never a great player, he learned from one of the greats. Following his very lackluster playing career, Coach K served as an assistant coach under Bobby Knight at Indiana before taking over as the head coach at his alma mater. After six years at West Point, Coach K took his talents to little-known Duke in 1980. And well, the rest, is history. Continue reading