By Jeremy Powers The MLB season is a brutal one. Let’s be honest, whenever you have a schedule that consists of 162 games in 25 weeks, it’s going to be a roller coaster ride. Some teams, who fall out of … Continue reading
By Josh Kramer The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and spring is here. Come April, it’s time for baseball season. There are few minor changes this year to the playoff system, but have no fear, the excitement will … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of detnews.com. Detroit Lions Head Coach Jim Schwartz (pictured above) captured all of the headlines following Detroit's first loss of the season.
By Josh Kramer
It was another wild weekend in the wide world of sports made up of great football and exciting baseball. In addition, the conference realignment uproar continued, while the NBA Labor discussions did anything but get better. There is so much to discuss. Here are the main topics that have my attention.
Schwartz is loco
-Sunday was a great day of football. Some real nail-biting affairs. A fair share of upsets. And of course drama. This drama though was somewhat atypical. I mean how many times does a game between two divisions leader that goes down to the wire become more about the post-game activities than the actual game that was played? Well the sole focus after the 49ers upset of the previously undefeated Lions was the skirmish that transpired between the two head coaches during the post game bonanza.
-Most people are pointing the finger at first year 49ers Head Coach, Jim Harbaugh. Well I am not most people and must say that I disagree with the majority. Harbaugh did shake the opposing coaches hand (Schwartz) a little harder than your typical hand shake. Did he push him away as Schwartz so adamantly claims? No way. Check out the tape. Continue reading
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Spring Football is at full go all across the country. Andrew Luck (pictured above) appears ready to for another monster season. Could he lead Stanford all the way while taking home the Heisman?
The last couple of weeks have been absolutely insane in sports. And this week will undoubtedly be fun, but it may not live up to the hype of the last couple. No Masters. No National Championships. But still lots of action all across the board.
Lets take a closer look. Continue reading
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Tonight is a prime example of why October baseball is so great. We head to a Game 5 of the ALDS where two of the game’s best pitchers are matched up in a win or your finished game for … Continue reading
So the Cliff Lee sweepstakes ended pretty quickly and smooth. Thanks God! There was no drama. There was no hour-long television special. And I can’t say I am disappointed by this. At first it looked as if Lee would be headed to play for … Continue reading