1. Texas Forever: Friday Night Lights Turns Out the Lights

    Last Friday, more than 3.5 million people tuned in to watch Friday Night Lights conclude after five memorable seasons. It didn't really hit me until the next morning that there would be no more Friday Night Lights ...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about 3 years ago 1,057 reads 0 comments

  2. Seahawking the Ball: Seattle Looking To Send the Chicago Bears Packing

    Now, I am a Lions fan through and through, so I've seen my fair share of Chicago Bears games. I also had Drew Brees as my fantasy quarterback and Marshawn Lynch, Matt Forte and Johnny Knox occupied roster spots for a short time...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 3 years ago 171 reads 3 comments

  3. Brady Hoke: A Fighter's Chance or Rich Rod Part Deux?

    I know I'm not dropping any breaking news on anyone when I say that Brady Hoke will be the next head coach of the University of Michigan football team...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 3 years ago 743 reads 28 comments

  4. Decisions, Decisions: A Name Is Not Just a Name in Regards to Fantasy

    I'm going to get right to the point here. Fantasy Baseball starts with my league's draft this Thursday at 10:15 PM, and my Co-GM and I have come up with eight potential names, but we need your help to decide...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 4 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  5. Better Late Than Never: Curtis Granderson, Detroit Will Miss You

    I come from a family who takes their sports very seriously. I'm from a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. I'm a Red Wings, Tigers, Lions, Pistons, and University of Michigan fan...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 5 years ago 175 reads 0 comments

  6. This Week's Outrageous Things in Sports

    After an awfully interesting week in sports, I believe it's only fair we run down the list and go over all that has happened, for those who may have missed any of the current events...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about 5 years ago 249 reads 0 comments

  7. Anderson Silva: No Known Adjectives Do Him Justice

    Going into the highly anticipated Anderson Silva-Forrest Griffin fight, one could only wonder what was to come. Would Griffin make a triumphant comeback and take down the dominant Silva? Would ...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about 5 years ago 395 reads 1 comments

  8. The Pittsburgh Penguins: The Team That Deserved To Win The Stanley Cup

    I stand here before you, the BR community, to admit that I was wrong in predicting this year's Stanley Cup Finals...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 468 reads 19 comments

  9. Detroit Red Wings-Pittsburgh Penguins: Wings Falter As Penguins Force Game Seven

    If you can recall the play that happened with 1:41 remaining in the third period of Game Six, you have the Red Wings' fortunes, or misfortunes for that matter, in a nutshell...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  10. Red Wings-Penguins: Datsyuk's Return Proves Bad News for Pittsburgh

    I would like to preface this article by saying Games Three and Four totally turned this series around. The Penguins came back to Mellon Arena and played inspired hockey. Their backs were against the wall and they responded...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 210 reads 7 comments

  11. Red Wings Up 2-0 As The Penguins Show True Colors at The Game's End

    Secondary scoring is key to lengthy playoff runs. If you run over the scoresheet from Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, you'll happen to notice the Detroit Red Wings did not get goals from Henrik ...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 503 reads 23 comments

  12. Red Wings-Blackhawks, Game Four: The Statement Game Detroit Needed

    The Detroit Red Wings came back from a 3-0 deficit in Game Three, only to lose in a devastating manner early into overtime...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 267 reads 1 comments

  13. Red Wings-Blackhawks: Detroit Downs Chicago To Take 1-0 Lead and Finish Strong

    As a hockey fan, I love nothing more than seeing an Original Six matchup in the Western Conference Finals. It's good to see Chicago competitive again in the Central Division...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 123 reads 3 comments

  14. The Most Annoying Things in Sports [To Me, At Least]

    After a long night of watching SportsCenter and listening to Stan Verrett and Neil Everett turn a PGA Tour Quail Hollow Championship highlight into "Open Mic Night" at the Apollo, I feel it is ...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about over 5 years ago 304 reads 1 comments

  15. Red Wings: 9-2-2 Isn't Good Enough? Detroit Can't Seem to Fight Off Naysayers

    Here we are, more than a month into the NHL season and the Detroit Red Wings sit second in the Western Conference with a 9-2-2 record. Who would've known the reaction they get would be one of disappointment...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 257 reads 2 comments

  16. What Happened to All the Tony Romo Haters? Where Did You All Go?

    It's funny that I haven't read an article about the resurgence of Brad Johnson's career in 2008. How Brad Johnson comes in for an injured Tony Romo and wins games. After all, it was a countless number of people on this very web site bashing Tony Romo...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 708 reads 16 comments

  17. Red Wings Fall To The San Jose Sharks But No Worries: Wings Repeat in '09

    The Detroit Red Wings have lost their last two games, both in California, to the Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks. They suffered a 5-4 overtime loss to the Ducks and lost 4-2 tonight to the Sharks...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 142 reads 0 comments

  18. A Midsummer Classic: The Real MLB All-Star Game of 2004

    July 12 truly was a night for baseball. At 9 PM EDT, millions of American television viewers turned to ESPN for the Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrities Softball game...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 255 reads 0 comments

  19. The Dodgers Are Here to Play: Los Angeles Has Two Baseball Teams After All

    Everything came full circle at about 1 a.m. EDT Sunday night; that's actually ironically enough when the clock struck midnight in Chicago. The Cubs' season was over in an instant...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 326 reads 2 comments

  20. Prime Time: The Los Angeles Dodgers Win Big in Game 1 of the NLDS

    I'll keep this short and sweet. Derek Lowe pitches six strong innings. He gave up 2 runs, gave up 7 hits and striking out 6. His counterpart, Ryan Dempster, gave up 4 runs in 4.2 innings and threw 109 pitches, only 57 of which were strikes...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 163 reads 0 comments

  21. Dan LeBatard: World's Biggest Jackass and Other Horrible Sports Personalities.

    For those of you who missed Michael Phelps on the Dan LeBatard radio show last Thursday, Dan LeBatard found it possible to come off as an even bigger jackass than previously ever thought possible...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 4,571 reads 1 comments

  22. There is a God: A Day of Reckoning in Detroit Sports

    What a day it has been. Matt Millen or as he is better known in Detroit, the Anti-Christ, is out of the Detroit Lions front office. Things should be looking up for Detroit. Maybe we won't take a receiver in the first round next year...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 79 reads 1 comments

  23. Ryan Howard Is Great, but Manny Ramirez Is the Greatest

    What a story. Some say Manny was sandbagging in the month leading up to his trade. Sure, he made some bonehead plays in left field and wasn't hitting home runs at the rate he had been all season, but he was hitting around ...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 3,412 reads 26 comments

  24. Top 10 Worst Gimmicks in WCW History

    This article is a little overdue, since the WCW was bought out and shut down a mere eight years ago. But after watching some hilarious YouTube clips last night, I figured it had to be done. In no particular order, the 10 worst gimmicks in WCW history...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 6 years ago 6,247 reads 17 comments

  25. Who is Anthony Kim and Where Did He Come From?

    Who is Anthony Kim, you ask? Kim was born in 1985 in Los Angeles, but he now calls Dallas home. Kim has been thrust into the spotlight this past week for his part in the U.S. Ryder Cup team breaking its winless streak...

    Andrew Pargoff Written by Andrew Pargoff about almost 7 years ago 1,440 reads 2 comments