Photo courtesy of lloydvance.wordpress.com. Was former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor (pictured above) worthy of the hire yesterday by Oakland?
By Josh Kramer
And the beat goes on. The sporting world is heating up as we near the end of what has been a great summer. Here is what has caught my attention.
John Fox finally made the official announcement today. Kyle Orton is the official starter in Denver. Also, most directions point towards Brady Quinn residing in the number two spot. Meaning Tim Tebow has fallen to number three. A number one draft pick of a year ago is the 3rd string guy? Talk about a bust. I have been saying it since that fateful night of April 22, 2010. Tim Tebow was a heck of a college player and seemingly is an even better person. But in no way was he first round caliber player.
Generally first round picks are guys that a team expects to come in and make an impact in year one. And if they do not get the opportunity to make some noise in year one, then it is most definitely expected in year two. Well it appears year two, unless a major outbreak of injuries occurs, will be another bust for Florida’s favorite son Tim Tebow.
How many of you have seen “They Said” Tim Tebow FRS commercial? Continue reading
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Tagged Boston Red Sox, Brady Quinn, Denver Broncos, Detroit Tigers, Florida Gators, Josh McDaniels, Justin Verlander, Kyle Orton, New York Yankees, Oakland Raiders, Ohio State, supplemental draft, Terrelle Pryor, Texas Rangers, Tim Tebow
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By Josh Kramer
Have you ever heard the saying, “Muscle weighs more than fat?” I am not sure if it is actually true, but I have always been under the impression that it was. Anyways, we appear to be in for what may be an epic season in NCAA Hoops. Finally we will get to see some truly dominant teams battle it out in March for the title. Granted, it may be the only basketball that we get to witness this year.
One of the college games biggest stars has been making some headlines lately. And not necessarily for his on-court conquests or for any off-the-court indiscretions. Ohio State’s golden boy, Jared Sullinger, has trimmed down. Sullinger apparently has been killing himself to lose some of the extra weight this offseason that rests on his 6 9, 280 pound frame. Sullinger took the college basketball stratosphere by storm last year and did it via old school fundamental post-up basketball. Continue reading
Vancouver Canuck's star Daniel Sedin (pictured above) has the Canucks on the verge of their first Stanley Cup appearance since 1994.
The Conference Finals have arrived. Yankee players are making headlines for a change. And it is another Monday in the wide world of sports. Here is what you should look for over the course of the next week. Continue reading
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Tagged AL East, Andrew Luck, Big 12, Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Dallas Mavericks, Daniel Sedin, Derek Jeter, Detroit Red Wings, Jim Harbaugh, Kentucky Wildcats, Lebron James, Los Angeles Lakers, LSU Tigers, Matthew Barnaby, Miami Heat, NBA, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Football, New York Yankees, NHL, NL East, NL West, North Carolina Tar Heels, Ohio State, Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State, Pac 10, Reggie Miller, San Francisco Giants, San Jose Sharks, SEC, Stanford Cardinal, Stanley Cup, Tampa Bay Rays, Texas A&M Aggies, Vancouver Canucks
I think this picture should be enough evidence for the Barry Bond's Perjury Trial. Sadly though, it will not nearly be enough. Can we just end this circus already?
It’s another Tuesday, which could only mean one thing. Lets jump into this week’s version of “Food for Thought.”
Bond’s Trial is A Circus Continue reading
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Tagged All American Team, Barry Bonds, Butler, Derrick Rose, Eric Gordon, ESPN, Final Four, John Wall, Kentucky, Kevin Durant, Kimberly Bell, March Madness, MLB, NCAA Basketball, Ohio State, Perjury Trial, steroids, Tyreke Evans, UConn, VCU
North Carolina super freshman Harrison Barnes (pictured above) continues to improve his draft stock as UNC will creep one step closer to the Final Four tonight.
As if last night’s games weren’t wild enough. We get another full dosage this evening with 4 big time matchups. The winners tonight will find themselves one game away from dancing to Houston. A trip to the Final Four. College Basketball’s ultimate dream. Continue reading
Posted in NCAA Basketball
Tagged Aaron Kraft, Brandon Knight, David Lighty, Elite Eight, Final Four, Florida State, Harrison Barnes, Jared Sullinger, Kansas, Kentucky, March Madness, Marquette, NCAA Basketball, North Carolina, Ohio State, Richmond, Sweet 16, Terrence Jones, VCU
Take a look at the official March Madness selections from TheSportsKraze…
Here is a brief synopsis of each region. Continue reading
Posted in NCAA Basketball
Tagged ACC, Belmont, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Duke Blue Devils, East, Georgetown Hoyas, Kansas, Kemba Walker, Kentucky, Kyrie Irving, Louisville, March Madness, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Tournament, Notre Dame, Ohio State, SEC, Southeast, Southwest, Syracuse Orangemen, UConn, UNC, Utah State, West, Wisconsin
The brackets are out. Let the journey to Houston begin!
The Brackets are finally officially set. No more speculation. No more bracketology. I will admit that what ESPN Bracketology specialist Joe Lunardi does is pretty remarkable. But it is made out as if his bracket is more important than the real thing some times. I will take the bracket presented by the CBS Selection Show every day of the week over Lunardi’s. Anyways, after watching the Selection Show this evening, here are a few initial items that really jumped out at me: Continue reading
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Tagged Arizona, Big East, Bracketology, BYU, Charles Barkley, Colorado, Dallas Lauderdale, Dick Vitale, Duke, Elite Eight, ESPN, Final Four, Florida Gators, Georgetown, Jared Sullinger, Jay Bilas, Joe Lunardi, Kansas, Kemba Walker, Kenny Smith, Kyrie Irving, Louisville, Michigan State Spartans, NCAA March Madness, NCAA Selection Committee, NIT, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, San Diego State, SEC, Southeast Region, Southwest, St. John's, Sweet 16, Syracuse, UAB, UCLA, UConn, University of Kentucky, Virginia Tech, West, Wisconsin