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
According to our guest writer Mike Jarvis, the Big East is no big deal. America's best conference went into Thursday with 11 teams in the tournament. After the first weekend, there are just 2 remaining.
Today we have a special guest blogger. His name is Mike Jarvis.
Mike is a sports buff that never shies away from sharing his opinion or flexing his Buckeye muscles. You can follow Mike on twitter @jarvismb
First off, I must admit that my conference allegiance lies with the Big Ten, and at the beginning of the season I was convinced they were the best conference in the nation. However, once the season started my opinion changed, as I think almost everyone came to regard the Big East as the best conference in the nation. Once the Big East schedule was underway this sentiment only seemed to grow. But this is when I started having questions about the talent of the Big East conference. I still thought they were the best conference from top to bottom, but how did they stack up nationally? Once the conference schedule started the rankings were all relative to each other. By that I mean the Big East teams were only playing each other which made it harder to determine how good they were nationally.
Take a look at the official March Madness selections from TheSportsKraze…
Here is a brief synopsis of each region. Continue reading
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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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Could any of you see the Yankee Captain Derek Jeter (pictured above) playing anywhere but shortstop? Yankee General Manager Brian Cashman does.
It is another Momentous Tuesday in the wide world of sports and you all know what that means. It is time for my weekly “Food for Thought.” So lets jump right into some of the major headlines. Continue reading
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Tagged Australian Open, Boston Red Sox, Brian Cashman, Charles Barkley, Chicago Bears, Derek Jeter, George Steinbrenner, Green Bay Packers, Jay Cutler, John Stone, Maurice Jones-Drew, NBA, New York Jets, New York Yankees, NFL, Rafael Soriano, Rex Ryan, UConn, Wes Welker