1. Sonoma State Seawolves Have All the Ingredients for CCAA Championship

    Seawolves first baseman Janelle Arnold perhaps had the same questions about her team that the CCAA head coaches did last January when they picked SSU to finish seventh in the league’s preseason poll...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 151 reads 0 comments

  2. 2010 NCAA Tournament Bracket: I'll Discount Syracuse and Take Kansas

    The winner of the 2010 NCAA Tournament will not be Syracuse. Coaches are starting to figure out their 2-3 zone defense, and they are too turnover prone on offense for my liking (though ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  3. Sonoma State Alums Thriving in Sports Industry

    Matt Chisholm and Nader Sherafat knew long ago that they had no shot at being paid to play sports. So the two Sonoma State grads and sports fanatics instead used their degrees and job experience ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 726 reads 0 comments

  4. Ellison Should Forget About Warriors, Take the Entrepreneur's Route

    The NBA would be much better off with a second team in the Bay Area as opposed to continuing to stick with one in a lousy market like Memphis...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 661 reads 3 comments

  5. San Francisco Giants: A Simple, Long-Term Plan to Keep Tim Lincecum

    The probability of Tim Lincecum staying in San Francisco for the next 10 years is very high. He is smart enough to understand that his quirky personality and liking for green substances is a ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 4,429 reads 5 comments

  6. 2010 Winter Oympics a Blessing for Bay Area Sports Fans

    Note: this article was written before the death of republic of Georgia luger Nodar Kumaritashvili. It doesn’t take Albert Einstein to figure out that the Winter Olympics are just what the Bay Area needs...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  7. Eagles-Cowboys: Postgame Analysis

    The Cowboys look very, very, very scary and very good, easily good enough to earn a Lombardi Trophy. That is what I thought after I watched them overpower the Eagles en route to a 34-14 victory, ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 459 reads 1 comments

  8. Jets-Bengals: Postgame Analysis

    There are many interesting things to ponder after watching the New York Jets outclass and outplay the Cincinnati Bengals by a score of 24-14...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 480 reads 5 comments

  9. Gilbert Arenas a Bad Guy?: It's Hard to Imagine

    In the grand scheme of things, what Gilbert Arenas is accused of doing is not the worst thing in the history of mankind, nor the NBA...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 429 reads 6 comments

  10. Creating a College Football Playoff Would Be a Mistake

    The Bowl Championship Series is the best system for determining a national champion in college football.   It may not be the most equitable system in all of sports, but it creates a regular ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 503 reads 8 comments

  11. Coaching at Stanford Can Only Limit Jim Harbaugh

    It is not a matter of if Stanford football coach Jim Harbaugh will leave the Cardinal. It is a matter of when. That reality is sad for the few passionate college football fans in the Bay Area ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 966 reads 1 comments

  12. Sonoma State Seawolves Young But Good

    Excitement, expectations, patience.   Those messages became clear to me from the get go last Thursday when I interviewed Sonoma State men’s head basketball coach Pat Fuscaldo about his team’s upcoming 2009-2010 campaign...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 136 reads 0 comments

  13. Oakland Raiders On the Cusp of Breaking Away from Mediocrity

    The Raiders can’t let head coach Tom Cable ruin their season, as doing so would eliminate their chance of establishing the winning foundation that they need to make the playoffs in 2010...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 805 reads 18 comments

  14. BREAKING NEWS: Mark Sanchez Jersey Spotted Hanging Behind Charlie Manuel

    If you watched the Fox postgame show after the Yankees won the World Series tonight, then you probably saw Charlie Manuel being interviewed by Ken Rosenthal. And if you did, then you saw the Mark Sanchez home Jets jersey hanging in the background...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 305 reads 3 comments

  15. Concussions: Is Playing in the NFL Worth It?

    What is an NFL career worth? Is five years with a team worth being confined to a wheelchair or walking with a cane, being in constant pain and dealing with depression? And what ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about over 4 years ago 168 reads 1 comments

  16. Cleveland Cavaliers Will Unseat Los Angeles Lakers Atop NBA Throne in 2010

    The city of Cleveland should finally see its first professional sports championship since 1964 in June thanks to Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry giving LeBron James adominant ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 445 reads 19 comments

  17. NFL Quickly Discarding Limbaugh May Come Back To Haunt Them

    The concern and negativity expressed by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Indianapolis Colts' owner Jim Irsay, and NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith over Rush Limbaugh potentially becoming a limited owner for the St...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 203 reads 0 comments

  18. Crabtree Now Has Opportunity to Prove His True Character

    Follow me on Twitter @PeterCady and add me as a friend on Facebook by logging onto Facebook.com/PeterCady Forget about all the talk of Michael Crabtree being arrogant, selfish and ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  19. MLB Playoffs: All About The Yankees

    The 2009 World Series is clearly the Yankees’ to lose. Their offense features seven hitters who have at least 22 home runs as of Oct. 1. Don't forget an ace and a legendary closer no one wants to go up against...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 88 reads 2 comments

  20. NFL Week Four: Guaranteed Locks

    I had a tough week three (8-8), as a lot of games didn't turn out the way that I expected them to (see Jacksonville-Houston, Tennessee-New York Jets, and Indianapolis-Arizona)...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 293 reads 1 comments

  21. College Football Week Five Guaranteed Locks

    I had a tough week four, going 7-7 (I hit with Virginia Tech and Oregon and barely missed with Texas Tech but looked silly with Georgia, Clemson and Colorado State), and quite frankly I have ...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 92 reads 0 comments

  22. Guaranteed NFL Week Three Locks

    I went 9-7 in the NFL last week, which puts me at 20-12 for the year. I think I have a good feel for today and Monday's games, so lets get off the ball like Steve Hutchinson and hit these picks, which are in bold and based on the Bodog spread...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 1,271 reads 1 comments

  23. Don't Write Off the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in October Just Yet

    No organization or fan base is more nervous heading into the 2009 Major League Baseball Playoffs than those affiliated with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  24. Guaranteed College Football Week Four Locks

    I had a tough week three in college football, going an amateur 6-7. However, I hit with Missouri (-8) over Nevada last night, and I believe that I have a good feel for today's action...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 415 reads 0 comments

  25. NFL Week Two Guaranteed Locks Courtesy of VincentManning.com

    I had a bad day yesterday in college football going a disappointing 5-7, and thus closing out the third week of the season at 6-7 and 25-18 overall. However, I went 11-5 in the NFL last week, and think I got a good feel for today's week two matchups...

    Peter Cady Written by Peter Cady about almost 5 years ago 99 reads 0 comments