1. Derrick Rose's Big Night Leads Pack Of Ten To Big Haiti Donation

    Ten NBA players hit the court on Friday night volunteering to donate $1,000 for every point he scored to the Clinton/Bush Haiti Relief Fund. Unfortunately for the Phoenix Suns, that vow hit Derrick Rose's bank account the hardest...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about almost 5 years ago 1,017 reads 0 comments

  2. Keeping Lovie Smith With Bears Not a Bad Decision...Yet

    The time has come for changes with the Chicago Bears. Everyone knows that. In fact, it is my personal belief that Ron Turner should not have been allowed in a booth with a Chicago Bears headset for two, perhaps three, years now...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about almost 5 years ago 537 reads 4 comments

  3. Pacquiao and Cotto Destined To Fight After Cotto's Loss Was Pacman's Gain

    Here's something to think about until Saturday night. Consider this: In the Spring of 2008, several major moves were being made by some of the industry's biggest fighters...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about 5 years ago 1,279 reads 14 comments

  4. Matsui's World Series MVP Award Important for Asians and World of Baseball

    We’ve seen what they have done in the Little League World Series. We’ve seen what they’ve done in the Olympics and World Baseball Classic...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about 5 years ago 794 reads 2 comments

  5. Sloppy Spartans Shocked By Central Michigan

    It wouldn't take too long to realize that a defensive offsides on the game-winning field goal attempt by Central Michigan kicker Andrew Aguila cost the Spartans more than five yards...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 165 reads 2 comments

  6. Cubs' Piniella: Time For Change at Closer

    With two outs in the ninth inning on Monday night, Kevin Gregg once again blew it. With two strikes against San Diego’s Chase Headley, Kevin Gregg once again blew it...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 219 reads 14 comments

  7. MSU Football May Open 2010 in Soldier Field or Ford Field

    Florida Atlantic would like to open up the 2010 season against the MSU Spartans. Problem is there's nowhere to play it...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 550 reads 6 comments

  8. MSU Football Snubbed in First USA Today Coaches' Poll

    As expected by many across the country, the Florida Gators topped yet another preseason poll on Friday as the USA Today Coaches' Poll was released...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 615 reads 56 comments

  9. DB Isaiah Lewis' Commitment To MSU Increases Good 2010 Class

    Four-star safety Isaiah Lewis committed to MSU on Thursday, a week after Michigan State was well represented in the latest Rivals.com position rankings with commitments among the best in the nation at several positions...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 505 reads 3 comments

  10. Manning, Not Steltz, at Free Safety...For Now

    Chicago Bears Head Coach Lovie Smith revealed on the team website that Danieal Manning will begin training camp at free safety with the first team. Many anticipated Craig Steltz to take the snaps with the starters in just his second year...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 200 reads 10 comments

  11. MSU Football Picked Third In Big Ten; Greg Jones Named Best Defensive Player

    Michigan State University was well represented in more ways than one at the annual Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. While an impressed media picked Michigan State to finish third in the conference ...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 410 reads 6 comments

  12. Lou Piniella Takes a Hands-On Approach with Milton Bradley's Hitting Woes

    If you want something done, sometimes you gotta do it yourself. Forget Von Joshua. For now, Piniella has decided to take a more hands-on approach with Milton Bradley as his personal hitting coach...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 116 reads 6 comments

  13. Cotto Continues To Pursue 145-Pound Catch Weight In Pacquiao Fight

    Though Pacquiao has insisted that he deserves the right to negotiate the megafight with Miguel Cotto on his terms, Cotto belives he has some pull, too...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 1,381 reads 18 comments

  14. Kellen Davis Coming Along in Chicago Bears' Plans

    Drafted in the fifth round out of Michigan State in the 2008 draft, TE Kellen Davis struggled in his first year with the Chicago Bears...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 923 reads 5 comments

  15. 2009 Home Run Derby Could Be Best of Decade

    There is no doubt that this year’s Home Run Derby will have a lot of work to do to give a better performance than Josh Hamilton gave us alone last year...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 981 reads 5 comments

  16. Michigan State Football Excelling While "Others" Have Lost Touch with Reality

    Note: This article is a response to another article on Bleacher Report titled, "Andre 'Bad Moon' Rison Has Lost Touch with Reality" For Michigan Football Fans, it is a splendid read by a good writer...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 537 reads 21 comments

  17. Cotto Clashes with Clottey, Holds onto WBO Title In Bizarre Fight

    Miguel Cotto won the fight against welterweight contender Joshua Clottey on Saturday night to retain his WBO title, but the fight wasn’t easy and, in many minds, not even conclusive...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 211 reads 16 comments

  18. Cubs Really NEED Wins in Houston To Keep Pace before Interleague Play

    Only three-and-a-half games behind the Brewers at the moment, the Cubs need to pick up some quick wins before teams head into interleague play—a rough stretch in particular for the Cubs...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 83 reads 6 comments

  19. Earl Bennett Is Key To Bears' Success (and The Hester Project, Too)

    I've said before that I will, unlike many within the legions of Bears fans, reserve judgement about the Windy City's receiving corps. Sure, with the exception of Rashied "Brick-hands" Davis, they're young and "unproven...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 1,032 reads 27 comments

  20. Bears A'been Busy Signing

    The Chicago Bears signed free agent Pisa Tinoisamoa to a one-year contract while also leading the league thus far in signing their draft picks. The latest signing of the day, Tinoisamoa played under Lovie Smith in St...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  21. Lions' Playbook: Strategies May Simply Be Asking Too Much

    From what I saw last year, the Lions offense ran typical pro sets, I-formations and such. With Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson opposite of each other, you would’ve thought that the Lions ...

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  22. Chicago Bears: Though I Love '85, the '06 Season Is Special Too

    The 1985 Chicago Bears come with a myth that is unimaginable. I often heard stories about how their blue helmets shined off the sun like no other season before...

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  23. Detroit Lions Stay Back Of the Class: Growing Up NFC North

    How would you feel if, as a teen, you had a terrible year last year? Nothing seemed to work out right. You were failing your classes, losing your jobs, car, girlfriend, and even the nerds were bullying you around...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  24. Calvin's Questions: Q's for Calvin Johnson

    Calvin Johnson came into the league touted as both an athletic phenom and yet “just another” receiver to be selected by Matt Millen...

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  25. Angels and Demons: Profiling the Chicago Bears Key Coaches

    The Bears’ staff probably shouldn’t have a lot to prove, but they do. The key members of the 2009 Chicago Bears’ coaching staff are precisely the people who are responsible for the best and worst facets of this football team...

    Francisco E.  Velazquez Written by Francisco E. Velazquez about over 5 years ago 94 reads 2 comments