1. AFC East: League's Toughest Division?

    Tom Brady is back and healthy, T.O. is in Buffalo, Mark Sanchez is the supposed savior in New York, and Pat White is in Miami looking to make the Wildcat offense even more unpredictable...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  2. 1972 Miami Dolphins Set the Bar For the Rest Of the League

    Only four teams in the Pre-Modern Ear ( before 1970) had finished the regular season undefeated(1937 L.A. Bulldogs, 1948 Cleveland Browns, 1942 Chicago Bears, 1948 Chicago Bears)...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 5 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  3. Kentucky is Baketball's Verison of Notre Dame Football

    After two seasons at the helm, Kentucky fired Billy Gillispie. In those two seasons Gillispie went 40-27, which a winning percentage of .590. He appeared in the NCAA Tournament last year losing in the first round to Marquette...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 431 reads 17 comments

  4. Notre Dame-Hawaii: Will the Irish Make It 10 Straight Bowl Game Losses?

    On Christmas Eve night, the Fighting Irish will take on Hawai'i in the Sheraton Hawai'i Bowl. Notre Dame will be trying to break its NCAA record for consecutive bowl games losses, which stands at nine...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 547 reads 17 comments

  5. Should Shaq Be In The Hall Of Fame If He Bricks 5000 Free Throws?

    As Shaquille O'Neal stands on the threshold of a dubious historic record, the question has to be asked: "Does Shaq belong in the Hall of Fame if he bricks 5,000 free throws?" I understand the ...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 99 reads 12 comments

  6. Chad Pennington Deserves MVP Consideration

    It is that time of the year. The playoff race is tightening. Every game is crucial. A loss now could be the difference in playing in January or watching. It is also the time when everyone starts discussing who should win the NFL MVP...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 220 reads 5 comments

  7. T.O. Needs a T.O.

    Stop me if you have heard this before: Terrell Owens is splitting a locker room over a argument with his quarterback because he is not getting enough touches...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 171 reads 1 comments

  8. BCS System Needs to Be Changed to a Playoff

    The new BCS polls are out and you can hear the screaming coming out of Austin, Texas no matter where you are. My only question is, "How in the hell do you vote that way?" This is just more proof that the computers do not work...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 592 reads 9 comments

  9. Myron Rolle of Florida State Proves That Student Does Come Before Athlete

    In a day and age when the term student-athlete has been forgotten, there is a breath of fresh air coming from kind of an unlikely place...Florida State University...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 5 years ago 251 reads 2 comments

  10. Rays Win Despite Losing the Series

    In the end, the history books will read the Tampa Bay Rays lost the World Series to the Philadelphia Phillies, four games to one. But the Rays won something better: respect and confidence...

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  11. Roger Goodell: Commissioner Or Dictator

    Rodger Goodell became the commissioner of the National Football League in 2006 and since then has been on what seems like a mission to rule the league like a dictator...

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  12. Sorry Lou, Notre Dame Is a Enigma

    I was watching ESPN's College GameDay Final last night and just so happened to catch the segment where Rece Davis is the judge and Lou Holtz and Mark May are lawyers making arguments for their respected points of view...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about almost 6 years ago 816 reads 21 comments

  13. Raiders: Committed To Dysfunction

    The Oakland Raiders use to be a team committed to excellence. They use to be the class of not only the AFC but the NFL. The Raiders use to be relevant in pro football. Did you pick up on the key phrase in all of that? Use to be...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about almost 6 years ago 128 reads 0 comments

  14. Horse Racing Or MLB: Which Triple Crown Is Harder?

    I sat on my couch watching ESPN's First Take this morning, they had Tommy Smyth and Tim Kurkjian debating which Triple Crown is harder to accomplish, and of course Smyth being the horse guy took that triple crown and Kurkjian took the baseball one...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 63 reads 2 comments

  15. Billy Wagner's Comments: Wrong Or Overdue?

    By now, almost everyone has heard the Billy Wagner rant in the locker room following their 1-0 loss to the Washington Nationals. Just in case you have been under a rock, let me refresh your memory...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 474 reads 4 comments

  16. With Stanley Cup 2008, NHL Looks to Re-enter the Spotlight in American Sports

    Let’s hop into the time travel machine and go back all the way to 1994. When Mark Messier delivered the New York Rangers their first Stanley Cup Title in 54 years the NHL was at its pinnacle...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 1,286 reads 2 comments

  17. Patriots Spygate Fallout: Is Bill Belichick Lying?

    OK, lets clear the air first. I am not in any way, shape, or form, agreeing with Senator Spector about needing a independent investigation into spygate...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 1,116 reads 12 comments

  18. Leadership: The Key To the Lakers Success

    Many people look at the February 1st trade (or should I say steal) for Pau Gasol as the big move that turned the Lakers into contenders. Yes, that trade was huge given the fact that you need a dominate big man in the Western Conference...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 431 reads 2 comments

  19. LeBron James Could Not Have Played in the Old NBA

    As I sat on my couch last night, watching the Cavs and the Wizards, I could not help but notice just how much the NBA has changed over the last 20 years...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 1,771 reads 25 comments

  20. Wizards: Gilbert Arenas Just Needs To Shut Up

    Gilbert Arenas might just have the proper nickname, Agent Zero. Zero as in what he has accomplished. He has done nothing but run his mouth every since he was at Arizona. Arenas is a great scorer but a horrible leader...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 616 reads 3 comments

  21. Caged Tiger: Dominant Woods Out Three to Four Weeks

    Tiger Woods decided to have surgery on his left knee for the third time in his career to repair cartilage damage. According to Woods, it was something that he knew about and was trying to play through it...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about 6 years ago 610 reads 0 comments

  22. Final Four: Where Was the Love?

    As I watch the National Semifinal between UCLA and Memphis State (thanks for being up on current events Ben Howland), I felt like I was singing the chorus to the Black Eyed Peas' 2003 hit ...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 6 years ago 1,290 reads 7 comments

  23. West Virginia: A Phone Call from an Old Coach

    I read this article from Dave Hickman, a writer for the Charleston Gazette in West Virginia, and I just had to share with everyone. Great article Dave...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 6 years ago 523 reads 0 comments

  24. NFL: Matt Leinart's Party Blown Out of Proportion

    By now I am sure that you have heard about the party that Matt Leinart had over the weekend. Which leads to me so say, 'Who gives a rat's behind?"I really think that there is too much being made of this...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 6 years ago 2,681 reads 10 comments

  25. Memo to John Calipari: Free-Throwing Shooting IS a Big Deal

    Memphis Coach John Calipari has been on every sports talk show that will have him on saying that free throw shooting is overrated and not a big deal. I think he is the only one that truly believes those words...

    C. J.  Krasyk Written by C. J. Krasyk about over 6 years ago 914 reads 1 comments