1. Part 3: Proven or Unproven Pac-10 QBs? Will Tedford Stick With Riley?

    Part three of the ten part series analyzing the Pacific Ten quarterbacks takes us from Eugene, OR yesterday, down the I-5 to Berkeley, CA.The bay area is buzzing right now in anticipation for the 2009 season...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 436 reads 1 comments

  2. Part 2: Proven Or Unproven Pac-10 Qb's?: Jeremiah Masoli

    Part two of the ten part series analyzing the Pacific Ten quarterbacks takes a stop in Eugene, OR. The Oregon Ducks will enter the 2009 season looking a little different then last year...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 1,386 reads 25 comments

  3. NBA Free Agency: All the Talk This Summer

    The NBA has had a very wild roller-coaster ride this offseason, to say the least. Commissioner David Stern has to be elated with all the NBA publicity during the summer, especially when the NBA's big brother, the NFL, usually rules the media outlets...

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  4. Proven or Unproven? That Is the Question Circling the Pac-10 Quarterbacks

    The 2009 chapter of college football will be a delight as always. Programs up and down the coast will be breaking in new head coaches, hope for a brighter tomorrow, and in the Pac-10, some fresh blood at the quarterback position...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 281 reads 9 comments

  5. The Sun Might Be Setting On The Coyotes In The Desert

    When you think of Phoenix, Arizona, I am sure that one of the last things that would come to mind is hockey. Unfortunately, the sports fans of metro Phoenix neglect the sport of hockey as well...

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  6. Look Out for ASU in 2009

    How will Dennis Erickson and the ASU Sun Devils rebound from their dismal 5-7 record in 2008 ? I was pretty surprised when ESPN's Ted Miller wrote about top returning Sack Master in the PAC-10, ASU's own Dexter Davis...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 241 reads 8 comments

  7. SHOCKED: U.S. Beats Spain 2-0

    Many writers, including myself, wrote the United States off as being done, dead, finished, and eliminated. However, from the depths of their "half dug grave," the U.S. came back to life against Egypt, found a spark, and gained momentum...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 365 reads 2 comments

  8. The Final Piece In Cleveland?: Shaq Looks To Provide Key Ingredient

    A match made in heaven, or just the final piece of the puzzle? The Cleveland Cavaliers were searching for a quality big man. The names being thrown around; Tyson Chandler, Rasheed Wallace, and Shaquille O'Neal...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 131 reads 2 comments

  9. Dear Brett Favre: Throw in the Towel Already

    Please tell me that I am not the only one who is tired of hearing about Brett Favre working out at the local high school in Mississippi. Brett Favre is a Green Bay Packer, not now, but for life...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 481 reads 13 comments

  10. David Duval's Rebirth at the U.S. Open

    Sometimes, it is unfortunate how fast success can be reached. Then again, when you lose that feeling of achievement, it is very hard to recreate. David Duval soared to extreme heights early in his career...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about 5 years ago 531 reads 3 comments

  11. U.S. Make An Early Exit From The Confederations Cup

    The United States, as a soccer nation has truly come a long way in the past twenty years. The announcement in 1989, that the U.S...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about over 5 years ago 181 reads 9 comments

  12. Confederations Cup '09: Kicking off the Party

    The Confederations Cup is not the World Cup; however, the tournament does give the fans a glimpse at what they can expect to see the following year. South Africa is proving to the world that they are indeed a very deserving host...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about over 5 years ago 131 reads 1 comments

  13. Cardinals Success Relies on Duo Returning

    Every Arizona Cardinals fan knows that Larry Fitgerald was the MVP of the team last year. However, the chemistry on offense was crucial with Kurt Warner at the helm, Fitzgerald and Boldin out wide, and Edgerrin James or Tim Hightower in the backfield...

    Kristian Siuta Written by Kristian Siuta about over 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments