Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Haye Shows No Ring Rust in Dismantling of Chisora

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

After a 12-month fake retirement hiatus, David Haye returned to the ring Saturday in spectacular fashion, stopping fellow British heavyweight Dereck Chisora in a battle of two of the biggest mouths in boxing. Despite months of trash talking from both fighters, the two gentlemen decided to squash their beef in ...

Murray’s Loss at Wimbledon Continues Tennis’ Greatest Drought

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Andy Murray was poised to become Great Britain's first men's Wimbledon champion since 1936 on Sunday after taking the first set from Roger Federer, but R-Fed bounced back (it's a tennis joke, get it?) to show why he's the best of his and maybe any era in a 4-6, 7-5, ...

Jerry Sandusky Doesn’t Testify As Defense Rests in Molestation Trial

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

In the end, Jerry Sandusky did not take the stand in his own defense with his life and reputation on the line. With their client facing 51 counts of sexual molestation of children, the 68-year-old's attorneys rested their case without putting the defendant on the stand. Judge John Cleland said closing ...

SITE NEWS!

Friday, June 1st, 2012

So in case you haven't noticed the posts slowed down a bit this week. Well there's a very good reason for it: I've been working my ass off to improve things around these parts. First and foremost I've been setting things up so we can move to a new server ...

Jamie Moyer: Colorado Rockies Designate Pitcher for Assignment

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Jamie Moyer has been designated for assignment by the Colorado Rockies, a move that might end the 49-year-old's career. About six weeks after becoming the oldest starting pitcher to win a game in major league history, Moyer will now become a free agent. At a news conference on Wednesday, the veteran ...

Butler’s Blue II Ready to Chomp on the Atlantic 10

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

After losing Charlotte to Conference USA and Temple to the Big East, the Atlantic 10 Men's Basketball Conference appeared destined to spiral down the crapper like a stale floater on a scorching hot summer afternoon. Alas, the clouds dissipated and two beacons of light shined down from the heavens in the forms ...

Top 10 Athlete Stamps in U.S. Postal History

Monday, May 14th, 2012

Three flights of stairs separate me from my mailbox, so I have plenty of time to ponder the world’s greatest mysteries in transit. On one of these jaunts I was thinking, “When was the last time I actually mailed something? Sure I get mail, but when was the last time I ...

Top 10 Father-Son Sports Combos: Juniors and Seniors Only

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Always in the market for a new television show, I was instructed to check out ABC’s “Happy Endings.” I was told it was in the mold of “How I Met Your Mother” and that I’d like it. So I queued up On Demand episodes. Not bad. Some laughs, some misses. But ...