1. Kentucky Basketball: 10 Reasons Recruits Love John Calipari

    Recruits love John Calipari , and Kentucky basketball owes its 2012 National Championship to this fact. They will proceed to do the same for every major accomplishment in the near future...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,844 reads 18 comments

  2. Fantasy Football 2012: 5 Expected Stars That Will Underproduce This Season

    The fantasy football season is beginning, which is to say this is simply the greatest time of the year. Steals and draft-day trades are fun, but the key to a successful season is avoiding underproduction from one of your first three selections...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 4,932 reads 26 comments

  3. Alabama Football: Why the Tide Will Roll over Michigan in Opener

    Alabama opens the college football season against the Wolverines. The game features two teams ranked in the top 10 by every major preseason poll , but is nonetheless one that the Tide should win handily for these four reasons...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,495 reads 29 comments

  4. Fantasy Football 2012: NFC East Sleepers Worth a Selection

    The NFC East is the strongest division in the NFL for yet another year. In terms of fantasy football, it is an absolute points gold mine. There are several sleepers worth a look come draft day...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,202 reads 0 comments

  5. 10 College Basketball Players Who Need to Hit the Weight Room

    Success in the weight room is critical to success on the court. Professional athletes are bigger and stronger now than ever before. Well, this transformation into a superhuman begins while still in college...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,945 reads 2 comments

  6. 6 Stud College Basketball Players No One Is Talking About

    As hundreds of thousands of students pour into colleges and universities across the country, the excitement for the upcoming college basketball season is growing faster than the beer bellies on all the froshies...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,881 reads 12 comments

  7. Auburn Football: 5 Crucial Games on Tigers' 2012 Schedule

    The AP preseason college football rankings have been released, and winning in the SEC looks to be no easier in 2012 than it has been over the last half decade. Six different Southeastern teams made the list and several others rest on its cusp...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,772 reads 15 comments

  8. WWE SummerSlam 2012 Matches: Full Running Order for Summer PPV

    The 25th annual WWE SummerSlam takes place Sunday night, and this is a huge event for any fan of professional wrestling...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 6,833 reads 2 comments

  9. Melky Cabrera Suspension Proves PED Battle Is One That We Continue to Lose

    For the second year in a row, a big-name MLB star has seen his accomplishments thrown into the ever-growing garbage heap of tainted athletic performances...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 262 reads 1 comments

  10. Tim Tebow Should Be Cut? Why the Jets Should Ignore Boomer Esiason

    Tim Tebow’s charisma and glistening Herculean abs have caused fans to flock to Cortland by the thousands. If last year was “Tebowmania,” somebody is going to need to come up with an even more powerful catchphrase for the upcoming one...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,035 reads 3 comments

  11. Brooklyn Nets: 5 Reasons to Look Forward to 2012-13

    Everyone’s favorite hapless little brother, the New Jersey Nets , are no more. Enter the Brooklyn installment and their fresh, hip persona. Forget the failures of yester-decade...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,415 reads 21 comments

  12. Detroit Lions: Why Kevin Smith Will Win the Starting Job at RB

    The Detroit Lions ’ 2012-2013 season may be the hardest to anticipate of any team in the NFL . With the Packers clearly established as one of the league’s best teams, ...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,061 reads 7 comments

  13. Olympic Medal Count 2012: Most Surprising Gold Medal Results

    The 2012 Summer Olympics are sadly coming to a close. Once again, America and China own a bulk of the medals, but that is not to say the Games went without surprises...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 9,188 reads 0 comments

  14. PGA Championship 2012 Leaderboard: Golfers Who Will Fall Down the Table

    Heading into the final day of the 2012 PGA Championship , we have a mix of regulars and a few surprises at the top of the table. Rory McIlroy, coming off his second 67 of the tournament, rests in first place at seven-under with a three-stroke lead...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,428 reads 0 comments

  15. New York Jets: A Fan's Plea to Stop Talking About Them

    I’ve been a New York sports fan for my entire life, and I could never imagine anything else. It’s all about big hype, big spotlight and big stars—and subsequent big failure, big scapegoating and big controversy...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 387 reads 3 comments

  16. Kentucky Basketball: Could This Be the Greatest Freshman Class Ever?

    “You mean I can be a lottery pick and win a national championship?” As if John Calipari recruits weren’t already compelled to play for him, his victory in ...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 470 reads 11 comments

  17. Duke Basketball: 4 Reasons Seth Curry Must Emerge as a Leader

    Last season was nothing short of a resounding disaster for Duke Basketball . Even before the team's opening-round loss to (extreme) Lehigh —which is certainly in the “biggest ...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 1,312 reads 28 comments

  18. NFC North: The Next Generation of Studs

    There was a time when the NFC North evoked images of angry, fat and ugly brutes. Defense was paramount. Pain was the game. Passing? Please—leave that to the fairies...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 120 reads 0 comments

  19. Penn State Sandusky Scandal Goes Beyond Joe Paterno

    Like many of us, I spent my Thursday morning watching Former FBI director Louis Freeh address the media after the release of his report on Penn State’s handling of Jerry Sandusky’s most despicable crimes...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 936 reads 0 comments

  20. ESPYS Review: Riggle, Brees and 'The Shore of Turds'

    I spent 11 straight summers away at camp, meaning that the last time I watched the ESPYs I was 10. Mia Hamm was the female athlete of the year. Kurt Warner was named Breakthrough Athlete of the Year...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 2,387 reads 2 comments

  21. Too Long to Tweet: Federer, US Olympics, & Declining NFL Attendance

    It’s a busy time in the sports world. Here are three things that were just too juicy to cut down to 140 characters. 1. Jordan, Ruth, Gretzky, and Federer ...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 532 reads 0 comments

  22. Euro 2012, X-Games, Wimbledon and Olympics Steal American Headlines

    Mainstream sports have been relegated to the back page. Sure, baseball recently released its All-Star rosters and the NBA is ready to kick off the always-exciting free-agency period...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 196 reads 0 comments

  23. Anthony Davis, Dion Waiters and NBA Draft's Most Exciting Picks

    Some scouts and ESPN maidens have qualified this year as a deep, but superstar-less NBA draft. That may be accurate, but when I’m still excited about draft picks in the 30s, things look pretty promising for the class of 2012...

    Adam B. Weinberger Written by Adam B. Weinberger about 2 years ago 195 reads 0 comments