1. Real Salt Lake Opens Title Defense with Convincing 3-0 Victory

    I would not call myself a soccer nut. I would not say I am a soccer aficionado. I am definitely not a soccer hooligan, but I enjoy the beautiful game as much as the next guy...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  2. The United States is Simply the Greatest Sports Country in the World

    Now, at my favorite time in the sports calendar, I often reflect upon the amazing nature of sports. It is something that can be totally unifying, and at the same time, completely divisive...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 2,091 reads 17 comments

  3. Texas Rangers Spring Training Preview, Part Four of Five: Outfielders

    I grew up and fell in love with a Rangers team that was much different from this one. Back then the outfield was the offensive strength of the team, much like it was for most teams...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 352 reads 0 comments

  4. BYU-Kansas State: Cougars Come Up Short With Some Help From the Refs

    Having been a coach, I realize how important it is to look for the good in every game and especially after a loss. You have to give your players something to build on, and something to hold onto when they are down in the dumps...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 358 reads 4 comments

  5. March Madness 2010 BYU-Kansas St.: Can the Cougars Make it Sweet With the Upset?

    Being a diehard BYU fan, I was ecstatic when they finally pulled out the win against Florida on Thursday. I didn’t particularly enjoy the teeth grinding closeness of it, but I will take the win any day...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 627 reads 2 comments

  6. Ron Washington Tested Positive for Cocaine During 2009

    I hate drugs. Plain and simple. No ifs, ands, or buts. However you want to say it, there are few things that are dumber to me than doing drugs...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 162 reads 5 comments

  7. March Madness 2010: BYU Cougars Win on the Backs of Loyd and Fredette

    Call me crazy, but this was the best type of game that BYU could have had. I honestly did not think this game would be super close, let alone go into two overtimes, but I think this will actually be better for BYU...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 353 reads 0 comments

  8. Will Jimmer Fredette Lead BYU to Their First Final Four?

    I have been a BYU fan for longer than I can remember. Other than family and church, it is probably the only other constant I have had in my life. I remember going to a friend’s house as a kid to watch Ty Detmer in the Holiday Bowl...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 1,099 reads 5 comments

  9. BYU-Football: Who Should be BYU's Quarterback in 2010?

    As spring practices get rolling this week there are numerous questions that this BYU team faces. But, there is none bigger than who will be the starting quarterback...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 171 reads 9 comments

  10. BYU-UNLV: Jimmer Fredette Drops 30 on Rebels in Losing Effort

    I hate it when BYU plays UNLV in Las Vegas. It is not hard to understand why I would feel this way, as I don’t even remember the last time we won there. Dave Rose has never beat UNLV at The Thomas and Mack, and BYU has lost their last eight there..

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 136 reads 13 comments

  11. Texas Rangers Spring Training Preview, Part Three of Five: Relief Pitching

    The bullpen may be the biggest group of unsung heroes in recent years for the Rangers. They haven’t had any big flashy names, but for the most part they have kept games close, and have been able to close them out when given the chance...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 155 reads 0 comments

  12. Texas Rangers Spring Training Preview, Part Two of Five: Starting Pitching

    The success of any team in Major League Baseball revolves around one very important group of people: Starting pitchers. For as long as I have been a Rangers’ fan their pitching has been a topic of much discussion, and limited group success...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  13. BYU Basketball: Jimmer Fredette Named District POY After Conference Picks Hobson

    Almost every award that is given out to athletes is based on the opinion of a group of voters. Whether it be the Heisman or Player of the Year in any number of sports, a group of supposedly impartial ...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 369 reads 8 comments

  14. NCAA Football: The Most Uncompetitive Postseason in Sports

    The structure, status, and quality of the college football postseason is one of the biggest and most controversial debates in the world of sports; a world that is sustained by controversy in all of its many forms...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 133 reads 4 comments

  15. Texas-Baylor: Longhorns Look Lost as Bears Complete Season Sweep

    I may not have watched as many Texas Basketball games as I would have liked this season, but after watching a good chunk of Saturday’s game, I don’t really feel like I missed anything...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 162 reads 0 comments

  16. BYU-TCU: Cougars Crack the Century Mark in Convincing Victory

    When the postseason approaches a lot of consideration is giving to the momentum that a team is carrying into the tournament...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  17. Texas Rangers Spring Training Preview, Part One of Five: Management

    In honor of the first spring training game taking place yesterday, I decided it was about time for me to share my thoughts on my favorite team—the team that gets me all excited when they come ...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 138 reads 0 comments

  18. BYU-Utah: Cougars Beat Down Utes To Even the All-Time Series

    Being a fan of college sports can have major ups and downs—especially in basketball. All it takes is an injury or two, a couple of guys leaving school early, or a couple years of bad recruiting, ...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 213 reads 0 comments

  19. Tiger Woods Falters, but What Makes a Real Sports Hero?

    Recent weeks have shown a mix of highs and lows in the sports world: Winners of their respective events at the Olympics would definitely be at career highs. Tiger Woods, on the other hand, would be at a low...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 600 reads 3 comments

  20. BYU-Air Force: Cougars Find Their Stroke in Pounding Falcons

    It’s amazing what a week of good practice can do to a quality team. All week, players and coaches were talking about how they were focused in practice on getting back to playing the way they like to play...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  21. BYU Cougars Get Shot Out of the Gym by UNLV in Vegas

    I woke up Saturday morning all excited because the BYU/UNLV game was going to be on Versus, so I could actually watch it. Something I don’t often get to do since I don’t have the MTN...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 174 reads 2 comments

  22. Get Excited for the Vancouver Olympics

      The Olympics are right around the corner, and if I wasn’t a sports nut I don’t know that I would even realize it...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 31 reads 0 comments

  23. Texas Rangers: Reasons To Be Excited

    With the end of football season looming near, I can't help but get excited about the next sport that I care about. I am aware that basketball and hockey are in midseason, but hockey is hard ...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 343 reads 2 comments

  24. National Signing Day: Bronco Mendenhall Reminds America What Commitment Means

    The debate over the relevancy of national signing day is one that will never end because there is no clear cut answer either way. It is true that the schools that recruit better, according to recruiting Web sites, tend to have better seasons...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 407 reads 13 comments

  25. BCS Admits Their Faults and Withdraws From NCAA Involvement (Humor)

    On the eve of the BCS National Championshop Game a shocking move has been made by the organization that took college football ransom over the last decade plus...

    David Lynn Written by David Lynn about over 4 years ago 202 reads 4 comments