1. One-and-Done Players at the College Level Are Not a Problem

    There are two sides to every story. Some college athletes leave college early because they could care less about academics. Some leave so they can get to the fame and fortune at the earliest possible time...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 5 years ago 326 reads 1 comments

  2. Four Reasons Kyrie Irving Will Go To Indiana University

    The No. 21 recruit in the land may be making a decision soon on what school he will attend in the fall of 2010. While his decision could come at any time and he has a number of options, something ...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 5 years ago 278 reads 1 comments

  3. Open Mic: The Sport of Life

    A few years ago, I, for the first time, read a column by Rick Reilly. It was my first issue of Sports Illustrated, which I had gotten as a Christmas present, and the article was about the Steelers victory in the Super Bowl that year...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 357 reads 1 comments

  4. Indiana Hoosiers: Saying Goodbye to Rick Greenspan

    Rick Greenspan, Director of Athletics at Indiana University, will have a mixed legacy at IU when his tenure ends in December of 2008. Greenspan, in his four-year tenure, made a number of improvements to the school's athletic facilities...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 858 reads 1 comments

  5. Cubbies fall in a sweep to Sox, now on biggest skid of the year

    The hits just keep on coming for the Chicago Cubs as White Sox nation celebrates a sweep on their home turf. The Cubs just couldn't get anything going the entire series, while the Sox bats remained hot and their pitching was even hotter...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 176 reads 1 comments

  6. Cubs continue to lose on the road, fall to Sox 6-5

    In the second game of the southern side of the crosstown classic, the Cubs continued their woes on the road with yet another loss to the Sox by the score of 5-6...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  7. Cubs Take One from the Orioles, Split Series Heading into Thursday

    While the world watched Fresno State complete its Cinderella story and win out over the Georgia Bulldogs, 40,754 people were on hand to watch the Cubs continue on in this magical 100th year with a win over the Baltimore Orioles...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 329 reads 2 comments

  8. C.C. Sabathia: Can the Cubs Claim Him?

    Wondering what the Cubs are going to do about the Carlos Zambrano problem? Look no further than No. 52 of the Cleveland Indians—the 6'7", 290 lb. Carsten Charles Sabathia. Sabathia has gone 5-8 this season, with a 4...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 739 reads 2 comments

  9. AL vs. NL: Parity Is Present in Interleague Picture

    The talk around the water cooler every year after interleague play is how badly AL teams took down their NL counterparts...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 1,450 reads 6 comments

  10. Chicago Cubs Win in Crosstown Series Thanks to Fourth Inning Offensive Explosion

    The Cubs, in a stellar fourth-inning rally, won today against the White Sox in a crosstown rivalry game between the two first-place teams by a score of 11-7...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 573 reads 3 comments

  11. Chicago Cubs' Loss to Tampa Hurts That Much More

    Adding insult to injury with the Cubs' loss to the Rays today, Carlos Zambrano left the game with what was called pain in his throwing shoulder, a major cause for concern for the team...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 336 reads 3 comments

  12. Open Mic: UFC, MMA Battling for the Top Spot

    There are a number of ways to define athletes. An athlete can be someone who possesses talent in a particular sport. It can be a person who is built, rippling with muscle and testosterone. It can be any number of things...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 364 reads 7 comments

  13. Miracle Is Greatest Sports Movie Ever Made

    What does it take for a sports movie to be declared "The Greatest?" Does it take the raw emotion of "We Are Marshall," "Remember the Titans," or "Coach Carter?" The hilarity of "The Hoosiers?" ...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 1,940 reads 1 comments

  14. Cubs lose a close one at the Rogers Centre, 3-2 to the Blue Jays

    The Chicago Cubs, in a low scoring game by their standards, lost to the Toronto Blue Jays in a close one by the score of 3-2. Coming into the game, the Cubs were 19 games over .500 at 43-24, while the Jays were at an even ...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 165 reads 3 comments

  15. Chicago Cubs: The Beginning of the End

    Is it just me, or does something like this always happen? Whenever the Cubs are hot, on a seemingly great streak and looking like the playoff contenders they seem destined to be, the ...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 262 reads 2 comments

  16. Indiana Basketball: Loss of Jordan Crawford Finalizes Team Decimation

    The transfer of Jordan Crawford, along with the losses of Arnon Basset, Jamarcus Ellis, and eight other members of the Indiana squad of last year, has let the Hoosier basketball team's chances of remaining a superpower in the Big Ten slip away...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 817 reads 3 comments

  17. Open Mic: The Achievement of the Century

    A win can be hard to achieve. It takes dedication, desire, drive and determination. However, I can think of something even HARDER...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 161 reads 4 comments

  18. How Racist Can a Volleyball Player Be?

    While some sports receive more publicity for racist remarks or actions, other sports besides football, baseball and basketball share similar problems, which begs the question: "Just ...

    Sean Morrison Written by Sean Morrison about over 6 years ago 550 reads 2 comments