1. 2010 NBA Finals: Success Is Measured in Championships, Not Triple Doubles

    When Lebron James was drafted by the Cavaliers in 2003, he was hailed as the next big thing in professional basketball. People were immediately making comparisons to Michael Jordan and he even donned Jordan's #23 jersey...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 4 years ago 716 reads 29 comments

  2. College Station Recieves Bid To Host 2011 Texas State Senior Games

    BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Come join the fun with all the seniors at the Annual Brazos Valley Senior Games! The Brazos Valley Senior Games provide an excellent and exciting opportunity for ...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 4 years ago 680 reads 0 comments

  3. Some Very Intriguing Non-BCS Bowl Games Dot the College Football Landscape

    Meineke Car Care Bowl Pittsburgh and North Carolina both limp into the game after suffering narrow defeats to close out the season. Pitt was just seconds from a trip to a BCS game, but just could not stop Cinncinatti's great offense...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about almost 5 years ago 158 reads 0 comments

  4. TCU Looks To Make a Statement Against Boise State

    TCU has the biggest beef of all the undefeated schools this year.  Although Boise State beat Oregon and has been the glamorous non-BCS school for the past couple of years, TCU has earned a bigger challenge...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about almost 5 years ago 547 reads 13 comments

  5. FBS: Lacking Dominant '09 Team

    There has been a lot of talk about which non-BCS school will make a run at the title and if big conference teams can hold them off...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about almost 5 years ago 165 reads 2 comments

  6. Big XII Very Deep in 2009

    Colt McCoy and the Longhorns are obviously the class of the Big XII, with the early injury to Sam Bradford at Oklahoma. Texas is a very popular choice to make it all the way to Pasadena, and I think when all is said and done, they will be there...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about 5 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  7. Astros Treading Water In a Competitive Central Division

    The Astros' season thus far has been up and down, to say the least. Injuries have been to blame for some of of the inconsistent play, but not all of it. The Astros have seemingly been in every game, but have also let some winnable games get away...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about 5 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  8. Top Five Reasons the Rockets Will Win the Western Conference

    5. Defense The Rockets have not been quite as solid on defense this season as in past seasons, but are still in upper realms of the league. Their defense keeps them in every game and they always have a chance to win down the stretch...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 615 reads 19 comments

  9. Josh Beckett's Suspension: MLB Adds Insult to Injury

    On Sunday, Josh Beckett and the struggling Red Sox suffered yet another loss to the Angels. Beckett was tagged with the loss, and yesterday discovered that he was also tagged with a fine and a six-game suspension by Major League Baseball...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 197 reads 0 comments

  10. Astros under the Radar for the 2009 Season

    Since their appearance in the 2005 World Series, the Astros have constantly been given very low expectations, preseason. This season is no different, with many figuring the Astros will only be a ...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 339 reads 2 comments

  11. NFL's New Tackling Rule: How Do You Tackle a Quarterback?

    According to the new "Brady Rule," hitting a quarterback is no longer allowed below the knees without drawing a penalty. This is just one of many restrictions given to pass rushers as they run full speed on the football field just trying to make a play..

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 1,358 reads 0 comments

  12. The Denver Broncos on the Verge of Losing a Franchise Player

    So far, the end of the Mike Shannahan era has been rocky. The transition to new head coach Josh Mcdaniels has brought with it dissention between Mcdaniels and quarterback Jay Cutler...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 448 reads 1 comments

  13. Baseball's "Steroid" Era Being Blown Way Out of Proportion

    Alex Rodriguez has been a great hitter his entire career. He has posted at least a .300 batting average in nine of his 13 full seasons in the big leagues and has hit at least 35 homers in all but his 1997 campaign...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about over 5 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  14. TCU: BCS Bound?

    TCU really impressed me with their domination of a BYU team many figured would take a shot at a possible BCS game. I know, most of you are saying that there is no way that a non-BCS school can make a BCS bowl with one loss...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about almost 6 years ago 944 reads 2 comments

  15. Texas A&M-Texas Tech: Aggies Eying an Upset in College Station

    I have been to every Aggie home game this season, and they have looked downright awful most of the time. Most of this has been because of a young inexperienced defense...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about almost 6 years ago 325 reads 3 comments

  16. NCAA: The Big Seven?

    Historically, it has been pretty easy to identify the premiere college football conferences. You had the Big Ten, SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big East, a Pac 10 conference, and the top 25 was always filled completely with teams from one of these conferences...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about 6 years ago 244 reads 0 comments

  17. Bud Selig Becomes Astros' Kryptonite

    Bud Selig's decision to play a "neutral site" game in Milwaukee was one of the most horrendous decisions that he has ever made. First of all, when Cubs fans from Chicago can make the round trip in under two hours, that is not a neutral field...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about 6 years ago 304 reads 2 comments

  18. Is Ohio State the Most Overrated Team Ever?

    Over the last couple of seasons, the Ohio State Buckeyes have dominated the Big Ten conference. They win the conference seemingly every year, with very little opposition...

    Chad Varndell Written by Chad Varndell about 6 years ago 1,572 reads 3 comments