1. Detroit Lions Not Robbed: Check the Rules, Da Bears Won it Fair and Square

    While you might think that the Lions were robbed of their first road win in three seasons, you might want to check the rule book because you'll realize that you're wrong...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about 4 years ago 671 reads 46 comments

  2. Jim Joyce, A Criminal in Blue

    The perfect game. It's a beautiful thing. It's a historic moment. It's every pitcher's dream. And Wednesday night, that dream was crushed in the worst possible fashion. It was perhaps the worst call in the history of Major League Baseball...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 4 years ago 1,674 reads 9 comments

  3. Opening Day: The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

    April 4, 2010: A day marked on my calendar since November. And while some will be celebrating Easter and others observing the final days of Passover, an unofficial holiday takes place that you won't find on your calendar...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 4 years ago 365 reads 3 comments

  4. A Plea to Lebron James: Play NFL Football in 2010!

    Dear LeBron, NFL free agency just kicked off yesterday. And sure, an Antonio Cromartie trade here and Julius Peppers signing there is all good and well...but I got me an idea.  An idea so good, that you've just gotta hear it...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 4 years ago 860 reads 8 comments

  5. You Can't Buy a World Series, So Stop Complaining About It!

    I am from Connecticut. I am a DIEHARD Red Sox fan. And I know one thing about the New York Yankees—there is no other team more deserving of a championship in 2009...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about 5 years ago 645 reads 15 comments

  6. Mangini Can't Coach, We're Ready for Rob Ryan

    Ohio voted it last November, so why not again in 2009... Cleveland... it's time for a change. That's my political joke of the article, but in all seriousness, what am I talking about? Well, Eric Mangini is ruining football...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about 5 years ago 693 reads 9 comments

  7. Bronx Bummer: Is Derek Jeter's Hits Record Worth All the Hubbub?

    In Los Angeles, as far as Major League Baseball gets from the Bronx, there was very little talk of Derek Jeter's quest to pass Lou Gehrig as the New York Yankees' franchise record-holder in number of hits...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about 5 years ago 467 reads 10 comments

  8. Three Reasons why New England will Win Super Bowl XLIV

    At the start of the 2008 NFL season, if you told me that a Patriots team, minus Tom Brady, could win eleven games, then just miss the playoffs to the division champion Dolphins, I would have called you crazy, perhaps insane, and definitely dreaming...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about 5 years ago 1,415 reads 12 comments

  9. Papi Being Papi: Manny Can Stay in Albuquerque

    He may have started off slow, with the longest homer-less streak of his career, but David Ortiz seems to be back to his old self, and not a moment too soon! A three-run shot in Washington, ...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 184 reads 2 comments

  10. Red Sox Midseason Report: It's All in the Numbers

    We're at the half-way point of the 2009 Major League Baseball season, and with all the statistics and numbers that baseball keeps, it's not too hard to point out how the Sox are at where they are...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 291 reads 7 comments

  11. The Boston Bandwagon from a Diehard's Perspective

    I want to take you on a stroll down memory lane to remember a time when being a Red Sox fan was a curse. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 750 reads 29 comments

  12. Loss Of Garnett Seriously Hurts Celtics Chances

    According to Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers, star forward Kevin Garnett is unlikely participate in the playoffs to support the Celtics defense of their 2008 title. I want to state this... first and foremost...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  13. Hello, 16-0!! New England Patriots Draw Favorable 2009 Schedule

    When next season's NFL schedule was released a few nights ago, I couldn't help but get giddy...and I smell another perfect season on the horizon!! Now, I know how difficult that may be...in fact it's pretty much impossible...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 1,130 reads 15 comments

  14. Angels Fans Exhibit the Worst Side of Los Angeles

    The Red Sox are leaving town, and it's become apparent that the Mouse has left the building as well. And he's not coming back any time soon...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 933 reads 25 comments

  15. New England Patriots Draft Day: Possible Scenarios Broken Down

    Since watching the Jets hand their playoff birth to the Fins to end the 2008 season, the New England Patriots front office has been preparing for the '09 NFL Draft...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 773 reads 14 comments

  16. I Don't Want Plaxico, and You Shouldn't Either

    Who would have thought that the Super Bowl hero of two seasons ago would be without a team, and possibly without his freedom? And who would have that that it would take four months for the New ...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  17. Tim Floyd to Stay at USC

    Tim Floyd will remain the coach of the USC Trojans, turning down the Arizona Wildcats job. Initial reports this morning said that Floyd would be the next Arizona coach, but a 3:00 p...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 110 reads 1 comments

  18. Jay Cutler Traded, Windy City Has Franchise QB

    It's in principle, but Jay Cutler is the newest addition and next QB for the Chicago Bears!! ESPN Reports that the Broncos and Bears have come to a principle agreement to trade the quarterback, but details have yet to be realeased...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 253 reads 0 comments

  19. A Baseball Purist's Response to Colin Cowherd

    Colin: Long time listener, first time writer. Even more so, I am a long time baseball fan. In fact, I'm what some may call a purist...or as you so politely put it in this morning's show, "a phony...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 858 reads 2 comments

  20. Fantasize This!: An Ode to Fantasy Baseball

    There are two things I love more than football...baseball and fantasy. And no, not wizards and dungeons, no dragons nor princesses. I'm talking about Fantasy SPORTS! Some of you may be reading to figure out what makes fantasy so interesting...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 132 reads 5 comments

  21. Where oh Where Has Kimbo Slice Gone?

    When CBS broadcast their first EliteXC event "Primetime", the world was introduced to Kimbo Slice—the "Internet Sensation." And for the first time since Chuck Liddell, we thought we had a legitimate champion that would reign supreme for years...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 2,761 reads 13 comments

  22. Opening Day: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

    April 6, 2009. A day marked on my calendar since November. And while some will be celebrating National Caramel Popcorn Day, or observing the anniversary of the first modern Olympics, ...

    Myke Furhman Written by Myke Furhman about over 5 years ago 100 reads 5 comments