1. This Week In Text: Sports Headlines in Text Message Form

    This is a new running idea I got while checking out the new functions on my Packers issued Motorola the other day (damn thing never gets service below the Mason-Dixon Line)...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 406 reads 3 comments

  2. Tyler Hansbrough or Tim Tebow: Who Will Make the Better Pro?

    Both reign at the top of their respective collegiate sports, where only their overwhelming popularity outweighs their skill upon the hardcourt and turf...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 1,106 reads 12 comments

  3. The Rules for Being a Sports Fan: What Every Good Fan Should Know

    There have been certain things I've noticed as I've started attending more sporting events upon entering college. Besides noticing that I'm an overenthusiastic heckler (come on who doesn't love ...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 474 reads 8 comments

  4. Boston College Football: Eagles Look to Make Encore Presentation in 2008

    Much will be made of Boston College attempting to replace Matt Ryan and the rest of the talented group of seniors that graduated after last year's stunning campaign...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 427 reads 4 comments

  5. British Open: TV Execs Still Decide to Follow Tiger Woods

    TNT and ABC were faced with a difficult problem when Tiger Woods became hurt after the US Open and was forced to take the rest of the year off...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 505 reads 2 comments

  6. MLB's All-Star Fiasco: It's Time To Change the Rules

    For all the ridicule about Major League Baseball's All-Star Game being a popularity contest, 2008 will be remembered as a game decided by the Ugly Betty's of the league. The final run was scored by Justin Morneau, as Kevin Youkilis sipped Red Bull...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 501 reads 3 comments

  7. Yankee Stadium: The House that Built The Asterik

    It's the most feared object in all of baseball. More feared than a Mariano Rivera heater or a David Ortiz plate appearance late in a tied ballgame. That gut wrenching phenomenon is known as the asterisk...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 419 reads 3 comments

  8. Getting Academic: The Majors of 2008 Heisman Trophy Candidates

    As much as we tend to forget when we're living and breathing football on fall Saturdays, those participating in the games are supposed to be hitting the books rather than the opposition the other six days of the week...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about almost 6 years ago 12,678 reads 45 comments

  9. Yankees Trade Deadline Dilemma: Buyers or Sellers?

    We're still a couple weeks away from the trade deadline and two of the biggest names available already have new residences. The Yankees usually garner as much curiosity at the trade deadline as the release of Dark Knight these past few weeks...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 182 reads 1 comments

  10. Your Move Mr. Walsh: Knicks Offseason Plan

    So far this offseason the Knicks have ushered in the Danilo Gallinari era and signed former Dukie Chris Duhon to a two-year contract. Not exactly jaw-dropping moves, but it's really exactly what the Knicks need...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 723 reads 20 comments

  11. The Ultimate NFL Salary Cap Team

    Cnnsi.com recently established a feature where Bucky Brooks and Mike Lombardi assembled two teams where they could select any player in the NFL. The lone caveat was that they had to stay under the salary cap and couldn't duplicate players...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 3,261 reads 8 comments

  12. Blast From the Past: Top Former Athletes Who Would Still Thrive Today

    It's a time honored tradition in sports to compare our heroes of today to heroes past. Often times our memories fade quickly and the newest flash in the pan immediately becomes the greatest to ever play the game...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 47 reads 1 comments

  13. NBA Draft: The New York Knicks Select...Isiah Thomas

    The fans sitting in Madison Square Garden's WAMU Theatre became restless in their seats as they anticipated the selection about to be made by the New York Knicks...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 11 reads 0 comments

  14. All-ACC Football Preseason Selections

    Following the graduation of such ACC mainstays as Matt Ryan and Chris Long, a new set of superstars look to carry the struggling conference...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 1,886 reads 9 comments

  15. Pre-Season All-ACC Football

    Following the graduation of such ACC mainstays as Matt Ryan and Chris Long, a new set of superstars looks to carry the struggling conference...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 470 reads 1 comments

  16. Open Mic: Soccer Struggles in the US

    Every decade or so, an imported superstar toward the tail end of his career shows up in the States in an attempt to invigorate the nation with soccer fever...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 440 reads 5 comments

  17. 2008 NBA Finals: Lasting Legacy of the Players

    Following the 131-92 drubbing the Lakers suffered at the hands of the Celtics last night, many players start heading in different directions at the crossroads of their career...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 906 reads 1 comments

  18. Willie Randolph: Fired from New York Mets Via Text Message

    At around midnight last night while sitting in his hotel room, watching Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, Willie Randolph's cell phone began to vibrate on the dresser...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 507 reads 2 comments

  19. Doug Flutie Returns to Boston College: Church Declares Holy Day

    Chestnut Hill—While driving through the area on a promotional Flutie Flakes tour, Doug Flutie happened to visit the Boston College Campus...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 1,434 reads 0 comments

  20. 2008 NCAA Football Preview: Royal Rumble Edition

    It could be said that professional wrestling mirrors life, or that it completely bludgeons it into oblivion; take your pick. Here's a look at the college football preseason 2008 rankings with each team being compared to a different WWE star...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 315 reads 0 comments

  21. 2008 NCAA Football Preview: Royal Rumble Edition

    It could be said that professional wrestling mirrors life, or that it completely bludgeons it into oblivion; take your pick. Here's a look at the pre-season 2008 rankings with each team being compared to a different WWE star...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 326 reads 0 comments

  22. 2008 NCAA Football Preview: Royal Rumble Edition

    It could be said that professional wrestling mirrors life, or that it completely bludgeons it into oblivion; take your pick. Here's a look at the pre-season 2008 rankings with each team being compared to a different WWE star...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 264 reads 0 comments

  23. College Football: The Ultimate Road Trip

    College road trips are about as American as apple pie, hamburgers and money laundering. Throw in some college football, and it's about as American as Thomas Jefferson officiating a hot-dog eating contest on top of Mount Rushmore...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 1,338 reads 1 comments

  24. Going Coastal: ACC Football Preview Part I

    It could be said that 2007 was a down year for the ACC, as only Wake Forest and Boston College went on to win their postseason contests. Yet, there were signs for optimism even if the ACC is 1-9 in all-time in BCS bowl games...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 753 reads 2 comments

  25. Time is Now for Yankees

    It's only the first week of June and already the New York Yankees are feeling the sweltering heat. As temperatures reach 100 degrees throughout the city and Lady Liberty opts for a lower, summer cut, the Yankees are still floudering around ...

    Brad Zak Written by Brad Zak about 6 years ago 179 reads 1 comments