1. Is There Any Way Kellen Clemens Starts for the Jets This Season?

    So you either sit on one side of the fence, or the other side. The first side of the fence: Kellen Clemens has never really been given a chance. Sure he's played some games in 2007; however, that was behind a horrific O-line...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 401 reads 2 comments

  2. Never As Bad As Reported: Chicago Cubs without Aramis Ramirez

    So as we get set to welcome Aramis Ramirez back into the Cubs' lineup today, we are sitting just 2.5 games back of the St Louis Cardinals in the NL Central...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 317 reads 7 comments

  3. Will Britain Ever Embrace Baseball?

    As a British fan of baseball I'm always studied with a strange expression, you like baseball and you are British? This must be some mistake, believe it or not, there are quite a lot of us Brit loving baseball nuts around the United Kingdom...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 851 reads 9 comments

  4. Flying Under the Radar: Five Jets Who Could Make an Impression

    I was looking through a lot of lists on Jets players, and kept seeing the same name, Vernon Gholston. It is a little bit too soon to consider him as being a under-the-radar player. He is after all just one year out of college and his top 10 selection...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 698 reads 7 comments

  5. Andy Murray Is British. Deal with It

    Lately I have been getting increasingly annoyed with the whole English/Scottish dilemma that seems to surround Andy Murray every time he competes under the title of Great Britain...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 379 reads 17 comments

  6. Will Signing Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress Give the UFL a Bad Reputation?

    Although no deals have been completed, after hearing that Michael Vick and Plaxico Burress might be heavily punished by Roger Goodell, I began thinking both could be heading to the UFL, the United Football League...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 848 reads 9 comments

  7. Murray Strolls into Final Four at Wimbledon

    Andy Murray booked a place in the final eight to face either Andy Roddick or Leyton Hewitt with a straight-sets victory over Juan Carlos Ferrero...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  8. Murray Battles into Quarterfinals

    A little less than four hours, and here at 10:40 PM, Murray has moments ago moved through to the quarter finals of Wimbledon, after a epic battle with Swiz Warwinka. One of the most dramatic matches in recent memory...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 113 reads 5 comments

  9. MLB All-Star Game: A Meaningless Meaning

    One thing has always frustrated me as a Major League Baseball fan: The All-Star game. Firstly, I love the All-Star game, in every sport. I think that it is a welcome break, an excellent exhibition, and a good spectacle...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 307 reads 0 comments

  10. Five Reasons Why Notre Dame Will Silence the Critics This Year

    We all know that Notre Dame is not the most popular team in college football. I don't want to get into the details why. Over the past few years, we have been by and large a poor team, for several reasons...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 2,822 reads 26 comments

  11. How the UFL and NFL Can Work Together

    When the UFL announced that they would be having there inaugural season this fall, I was excited, very excited. It's not just because it's more football, but because it offers something a little ...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 5,238 reads 3 comments

  12. Revisiting the Mark DeRosa Trade To the Cleveland Indians

    Let me just say straight out that I am as devastated as the next Cubs fans at the news tonight that Mark DeRosa is now a St Louis Cardinal. In fact it actually makes me feel sick. It was a terrible idea for the Cubs of 2009 to trade Mark DeRosa after 2008

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 758 reads 3 comments

  13. Murray Sweeps Into the Second Week of Wimbledon

    The only British hope for a Wimbledon title cruised into the last 16 of Wimbledon today with an impressive and effortless performance. Andy Murray defeated Serbian Viktor Troicki 6-2 6-3 6-4...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 96 reads 2 comments

  14. Breaking Up Of A National Champion

    The unfortunate inevitability about a college sports team, is that teams have to break up. Changes have to be made, players come and players go, even after a National Championship season...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 219 reads 3 comments

  15. What Happens to Jake Fox?

    There was a welcome sight at US Cellular Field on Friday, and it wasn't just Lou standing up to Milton Bradley's temper. Aramis Ramirez was taking batting practice again...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 430 reads 22 comments

  16. Jimmy Clausen: Now's The Time

    When highly touted Quarterback Jimmy Clausen rolled up in South Bend Indiana in a stretch limousine, with white fur draped over his shoulders, rings adorning his fingers, we knew that the next few years were going to be fun as sports fans...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 362 reads 16 comments

  17. All American Girls Professional Baseball League: A History

    I don’t know what it is that interests me about the AAGPBL, maybe it’s the fact that as a young boy I was shown the film A League Of Their Own...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 2,092 reads 41 comments

  18. Cubs In Focus: Ron Santo

    Ron Santo was a special player to all Cubs fans, actually scrap that, he was a special person. Below i have taken a brief look at his time with the Cubs Born—February 25, 1940Batted—RightThrew—RightPlayed ...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 86 reads 0 comments

  19. Milton Bradley: Not Such a Lovable Loser

    As I watched Milton Bradley implode again today in the sixth inning, I thought of the tag, "lovable loser." The Cubs' nickname and punch line of all jokes. Bradley again took his anger out on an innocent water cooler...

    David Wyatt Written by David Wyatt about 5 years ago 96 reads 6 comments