1. BYU vs. UNLV Basketball: Jimmer Fredette Silences Tre'Von Willis, Rebels with 39

    I love talking trash as much as the next guy. A well-placed jab at your opponent is always fun, and can even affect him mentally. Unfortunately, sometimes it affects them positively and they really go off on you...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 3 years ago 1,259 reads 0 comments

  2. Adrian Beltre vs. Michael Young: What Is the Best Choice For the Texas Rangers?

    The biggest topic in Major League Baseball right now is the signing of Adrian Beltre . In true Scott Boras fashion he has sold his client well and appears to be on the verge of another monster contract for one of his clients...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 3 years ago 618 reads 10 comments

  3. Texas Rangers Lose Lee, Greinke, But Still Have Good Off-Season...So Far

    In this day and age of high-priced free agents and long-term contracts for players that have one or two good years left, it is comforting to see my beloved Rangers continue to make good decisions...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 3 years ago 443 reads 1 comments

  4. BYU Football Independence: 10 Teams the Cougars Should Play Annually

    When BYU football announced its independence, one of the major issues that was brought up was the difficulty in scheduling...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 3 years ago 1,763 reads 18 comments

  5. USA vs. England: Draw Puts US in Good Position to Advance

    Obviously, a win against England would have been nice, but a draw is a fine result—and a result is exactly what the US needed out of their first game in the World Cup. It also puts them in a good spot to advance to the next round...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about 4 years ago 728 reads 14 comments

  6. Conference Realignment: Demise of Big 12 May Lead To MWC Inclusion in BCS

    I am just as sick of all of the conference realignment talk as everyone else. Mostly because at this point, it is just that, talk...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about 4 years ago 549 reads 0 comments

  7. A Tale of Two Pitchers: C.J. Wilson and Rich Harden of the Texas Rangers

    When this season started, I had high hopes for the Rangers pitching staff, and for the most part they have delivered. There have been quite a few ups and downs, but in general I am quite happy with their performance thus far...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about 4 years ago 375 reads 2 comments

  8. Bud Selig Leaving a Legacy of Inaction

    For any person involved in professional sports there is often a discussion of what their legacy will be after they leave the sport. Even players who were never all-stars can leave a legacy as a hard worker, great teammate, or role player...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about 4 years ago 328 reads 4 comments

  9. BYU Basketball: Jimmer Fredette Returns For His Senior Season

    Let the happy dance begin, Jimmer Fredette is passing on the NBA Draft this year to remain at BYU. I’m not going to say I was scared about what would happen next season if Fredette had decided to remain in the NBA Draft this year...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 473 reads 0 comments

  10. April Divisional Rankings: East Divisions Lead As Central Trails

    Rather than just looking at individual teams I thought it would be fun to take a look at how each of the divisions is doing as a whole after the first month...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 137 reads 1 comments

  11. No Coaching Kudos Again for Jazz's Jerry Sloan: Sports' Biggest Award Snub?

    With the selection of Scott Brooks as the NBA’s Coach of the Year last week, what may be the greatest slight in the history of sports awards has carried on for another year...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 557 reads 9 comments

  12. David Ortiz Nears the End: Will Boston Red Sox Star Make the Hall of Fame?

    Due to David Ortiz’s struggles last season and early this season, many people have speculated over whether or not Big Papi is done. In short, I think he is nearing the end...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 1,674 reads 13 comments

  13. A Week of Walk-Offs: Texas Rangers Plagued By Inconsistency in a Rough Week

    I know it is still early in the season, but this team is feeling more and more like teams of the past; keeping a record right around .500, and never knowing how to put other teams away...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 129 reads 9 comments

  14. NFL Draft 2010: Dennis Pitta Selected in Fourth Round by Baltimore Ravens

    The NFL Draft is a funny thing. There is no real way to know which players will become the stars, and which players will become complete busts. There is a pretty even mix of both types...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 1,932 reads 0 comments

  15. Texas Rangers Week Two: A Week Short on Offense Leads to a Week Full of Losses

    Week Two of the season proved to be less than a happy week as a Rangers fan. It started out pretty well but quickly spiraled downhill and ended with a big thud. Game Recaps Apr...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  16. BYU Running Back Harvey Unga Withdraws from School

    The BYU athletic department released a statement saying that Harvey Unga and his girlfriend both withdrew from school for reasons related to a violation of the Honor Code. They did not specify what the violation was, and I will not begin to do so either..

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 1,051 reads 10 comments

  17. Texas Rangers Week One: Scott Feldman Establishes Himself As an Elite Starter

    The first week of the season is officially in the books and despite the small sample size we have learned a lot, and experienced some major ups, and serious downs. Here is a look at how the first week went...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 135 reads 0 comments

  18. Brigham Young Football Spring Drills Close, Heaps and Nelson Lead QB Race

    Other than his very first season, this may have been the spring practice session with the most questions in the Bronco Mendenhall era. So what has been decided? Pretty much nothing...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 234 reads 5 comments

  19. Texas Rangers-Toronto Blue Jays: Texas Pitchers Walk Jays To a Win

    Ugly. That one word pretty well sums up the performance from the Rangers' pitchers tonight. The crazy thing is that it started out looking like it would be quite a good pitching evening...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 254 reads 0 comments

  20. Rangers-Blue Jays: Texas Wins Opener in Walk-Off Behind Nelson Cruz's Big Day

    I love baseball. I love everything about it. For as long as I can remember, baseball has been the one thing that I have consistently adored. I am a big sports fan in general, but nothing gets my blood pumping like a good baseball game...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 149 reads 2 comments

  21. Texas Rangers Poised to Break Through and End Playoff Drought

    Opening Day is upon us. The game tonight is really just a TV opportunity, and while it is a good one, the real fun gets started tomorrow. This is without a doubt one of my favorite days of the year...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 217 reads 5 comments

  22. Karl Malone To Join John Stockton and Jerry Sloan in Hall of Fame This Summer

    Karl Malone was absolutely the most dominant power forward of his time. He was also arguably the greatest power forward in the history of the game...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 663 reads 4 comments

  23. NCAA Shows Their Priorities by Letting Brittney Griner Play

    This is one of the most exciting weekends in college sports. The Final Four is the culmination of one of the greatest postseasons in all of sports. There are more exciting games in this three-week period than in most other seasons the rest of the year...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 230 reads 15 comments

  24. Texas Rangers Spring Training Preview, Part Five of Five: Infield

    For quite some time now the Rangers' infield has been the core of the organization. Going back to the twilight of Rafael Palmeiro and Ivan Rodriguez all the way up to Michael Young and Ian Kinsler, with a little Mark Teixeira thrown in the middle...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 144 reads 0 comments

  25. Texas Rangers Name Scott Feldman Opening Day Starter

    The Rangers finally announced their opening day starter on Saturday, and in my opinion they absolutely made the right choice: Scott Feldman There was some speculation that Rich ...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 230 reads 0 comments