1. How LeBron James' Career Actually Stacks Up Against Michael Jordan's

    With one of the most impressive performances in an NBA Finals Game 7, LeBron James put an end to the San Antonio Spurs ' hopes of a fifth title in 15 years and helped lead the Miami Heat to repeat as NBA Champions...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 1 year ago 23,263 reads 79 comments

  2. NBA Playoffs 2013: Why the Miami Heat Will Win Game 5 in San Antonio

    Surprises? The San Antonio Spurs have none remaining. The Miami Heat have a bad habit of allowing the opposing team to show their hand and then playing reactionary basketball, instead of imposing their will from the start...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 1 year ago 10,693 reads 34 comments

  3. NFL 2012: A Fan's Guide to Week 17 Playoff Implications

    The end of the 2012-13 NFL regular season approaches with Week 17. In only this one week comes a litany of playoff implications, even in an AFC where all playoff spots are clinched...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 1 year ago 480 reads 0 comments

  4. 5 Reasons the Runnin' Utes Basketball Team Will Turn It Around in 2012-13

    It's fair to deem the University of Utah Men's Basketball 2011-12 season, well, horrid. The Runnin' Utes put up an all-time school-low record of 6-25. Amazingly, they finished second to last in the Pac-12 standings, thanks to USC...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 1 year ago 161 reads 0 comments

  5. San Francisco 49ers: Alex Smith Can't Win for Winning

    SAN FRANCISCO – With the “What have you done for me lately?” attitude found everywhere throughout the sports world, there are numerous occasions when single game performances, good and bad, are blown way out of proportion...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 1 year ago 2,290 reads 40 comments

  6. NCAA Football 2012: The Winner of Every College Football Rivalry

    With the conference realignment in college football comes numerous changes. Among them, the most difficult of changes must surely be the conference rivalries. Many of the nation's oldest and most heated rivalries face extinction...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 2 years ago 2,363 reads 12 comments

  7. How LeBron James Really Stacks Up Against Michael Jordan

    With one of the most impressive performances in an NBA Finals Game 7, LeBron James put an end to the San Antonio Spurs ' hopes of a fifth title in 15 years and helped lead the Miami Heat to repeating as NBA Champions...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 2 years ago 281 reads 12 comments

  8. NBA Playoffs 2012: Spurs and Heat Destined for Finals Matchup?

    There seems to be two top dogs remaining in the 2012 NBA playoffs : the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat . The Spurs have been on a tear lately, going 20-0 in their last 20 games...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 2 years ago 449 reads 0 comments

  9. PGA Masters 2012: Could a Tiger Woods Victory Stir Up Momentum?

    It seemed not long ago that Tiger Woods was the favorite in any PGA event in which he competed. At the height of Woods’ fame and success, it seemed to be a foregone conclusion ...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 2 years ago 402 reads 2 comments

  10. NFL 2011: Why Alex Smith Will Have a Great Season for the 49ers

    Why will Alex Smith finally have his breakout season in 2011? Because if he doesn't, there won't be a 2012 for the 2005 No. 1 overall draft pick...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 3 years ago 2,122 reads 23 comments

  11. Analyzing the Most Important Game of the Utah Utes' Season

    The University of Utah football team is no stranger to big games. It's true that, in the past, the Utes have not faced a schedule you would call "packed" with those big games, but that's all about to change...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 3 years ago 882 reads 3 comments

  12. NCAA Football 2011: Biggest Trap Games for Each BCS Team in 2011

    I'm having real issues trying to contain my excitement for the upcoming NCAA football season. Thank heavens for sports writing, or my Facebook page would be littered with sports junk...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 3 years ago 21,904 reads 40 comments

  13. Utah Football: Every Ute Fan's Top Moments of the 2010 Season

    As every college football fan knows, there is more than just your own team's success to love about the football season. There's also those sweet losses experienced by your less-than-favorite teams...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 3 years ago 1,046 reads 4 comments

  14. NCAA Football 2011: Top Storylines for the Utah Utes Heading into Fall Camp

    As the University of Utah enjoys the last days of Summer break before fall camp, they will soon enter a new frontier of BCS membership. With this membership, comes the task of preparing for their first season gauntlet of Pac-12 contenders...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 3 years ago 1,434 reads 14 comments

  15. Rory McIlroy Learns from 2011 Masters, Buys Choke Insurance in US Open

    Rory McIlroy has found himself in a familiar position, leading a major tournament after 36 holes. He accomplished that same feat just this past April at the 2011 Masters at Augusta...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 440 reads 0 comments

  16. Stanley Cup Finals 2011: Vancouver's Lesson in the Art of Losing Big in Game 7

    There is nothing worse in sports than losing. Nothing. Granted, there are varying degrees of how horrible you feel or how embarrassing losses might be, but it's all losing, nonetheless...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 386 reads 0 comments

  17. Utes vs Cougars: The “Holey” Argument of Big Brother/Little Brother

    Have you ever had five to 10 minutes to kill and want to laugh? Go to your local newspaper's/bleacherreport.com's online college sports section and pick an article at random, scroll to the very bottom and start reading the reader comments...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 1,169 reads 29 comments

  18. College Football 2011: Utah Utes' Key Losses and Their Possible Replacements

    The Red and White game has passed and the long void of college football-less days begins. I hope this can keep excitement on the front burner for a little while longer...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 1,287 reads 1 comments

  19. Kobe Bryant Can Do No Wrong: Why the Black Mamba Will Slither Away Unscathed

    It's astounding. The Los Angeles Lakers were just taken out behind the wood shed by the Dallas Mavericks and given a 122-86 shellacking to seal a four-game sweep of the defending champions...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 1,655 reads 8 comments

  20. "Derrick Rose for MVP" Is More Evidence of a Sports Media Epidemic

    Enough is enough! A virus has infiltrated the world of sports, and it is destroying the heart of athletics. There is a lack of perspective in sports media that threatens to taint the record books...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 1,141 reads 75 comments

  21. Proof Is in the Putting: 2011 Masters Tournament Begins New Era in Golf

    Golf has been defined the last 15 years by one man— Tiger Woods . Woods burst onto the scene averaging 300-yard drives, reading putts like 2nd grade-level books, and had a look that clearly distinguished him from the rest of the field...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about 3 years ago 569 reads 1 comments

  22. 2011 Masters: Top Five Young Golfers Looking for Their First Major Title Win

    With The Masters Tournament just around the corner, talks of Tiger Woods and whether he will finally snap back into champion form are no longer present. That died off about three majors ago, it seems...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 3 years ago 5,619 reads 6 comments

  23. Kemba Walker: This UConn Husky Deserves the Player of the Year Award

    The UConn Huskies' Kemba Walker deserves the National Player of the Year award for the same reason LeBron James won the MVP last year, and why Derrick Rose will win it this year: Versatility...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 3 years ago 912 reads 47 comments

  24. Runnin' Utes' Basketball: Return to Glory Distant with PAC-12 Move?

    The University of Utah, through thick and thin football seasons the past 50-60 years, has always been able to boast about its storied basketball program...

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about over 3 years ago 845 reads 5 comments

  25. Exclusive Q&A with Utes Strong Safety Justin Taplin-Ross

    Dan Condie Written by Dan Condie about almost 4 years ago 132 reads 0 comments