1. Roger Federer IS History!

    While Roger Federer’s French Open victory wasn’t a classic, it was one that put him in the history books, and once again ignited a debate about Roger Federer’s greatness ...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about 5 years ago 281 reads 2 comments

  2. Federer/Roddick: An Insomniac's Delight

    While most of us will be sleeping Thursday at 3:30 AM ET, there are those of us who will be glued to the television for what promises to be an intriguing semifinal encounter between the affable American Andy Roddick and the superb Swiss Roger Federer...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about over 5 years ago 509 reads 10 comments

  3. Does The Australian Open Care About The Fans?

    In these tough economic times we want to make the most of everything. Apparently, that may not apply in the tennis world. I say that somewhat sarcastically, but hang with me here...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about over 5 years ago 519 reads 10 comments

  4. NHL All Star Game: A True Hockey Fan's Nightmare

    Every year around this time comes the NHL All-Star Game, and every year I learn to despise it a little more. I’m the biggest hockey fan of them all. During the season i watch games till 1 am everyday...

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  5. Has Bob Hope Classic Become "Hopeless"?

    This week is a special stop on the PGA Tour, or at least it used to be. In Southern California, the Bob Hope classic is underway. The format is a unique one: a five-day, four-course pro-am...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about over 5 years ago 137 reads 3 comments

  6. MLB Playoffs: Looking Back and Looking Ahead

    Many feel the Tampa Bay Rays are the biggest surprise in the playoffs. Not me. They were the biggest surprise of the regular season. This isn’t Kansas anymore Dorothy, and the Rays are legit...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 228 reads 0 comments

  7. MLB Playoff preview A series by series break down

    NL- Cubs/ Dodgers- The Cubs have the best line up top to bottom, in all of baseball. The Dodgers pitching has been consistently inconsistent. Manny isn’t enough for the Dodgers...

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  8. So Long Yankee Stadium

    Sunday night was the end of an era in sports. We said a heartfelt tearful goodbye to a sports cathedral. Yankee Stadium. It wasn’t a cathedral but it should have been. The Yankees are religion in New York after all...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 147 reads 1 comments

  9. Baseball playoff run heats up: Who’s Hot Who’s not?

    AS baseball regular season winds down and baseball’s playoff race heats up some teams are hot Others are not...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  10. The Ryder Cup: The Spirit of Golf

    It is time now. Time to forget about money. Time to forget about points. Time to forget about the individual. It is time to play for your country. It is time to play golf for the sake of playing golf...

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  11. Will Golf Have a $20 Million Man?

    The PGA Tour Playoffs are interesting concept in many ways. The race is over with the Tour championship still to play. Furthermore, it causes a ripple effect in the world of golf...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 524 reads 5 comments

  12. Collapsing Cubs?

    Well it is that time of year, the leaves will soon change colour, the air is crisp. Baseball’s playoffs are near, around the leagues various cities fans anxiously anticipate the postseason...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  13. Why Do We Watch Football?

    Recently I read an article by my friend and Bleacher report colleague Todd Reilly. In his article, Mr. Reilly suggested that the actions of Mr. Owens are unnecessary and disgraceful...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 212 reads 2 comments

  14. Roger Federer, Serena Williams Add to Legacies with US Open Titles

    The US Open is done; now comes time to reflect. The US Open served as a proving ground for two of the game's great champions: Roger Federer and Serena Williams...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 898 reads 0 comments

  15. Terrible Thursday? US Open, Day 11, Novak Djokovic & Roger Federer Advance

    It should come as no surprise that Roger Federer triumphed over Gilles Muller but Muller showed his mettle by hanging with Roger Federer, losing serve but once in the match. Muller made Federer earn the straight set victory 7-6 6-4 7-6...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 747 reads 1 comments

  16. Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams Win Big on Wild Wednesday

    The second Wednesday at the US Open started slowly, but when things got rolling, it was fast and furious! Andy Murray and Juan Martin Del Potro took the court just before 3 p.m. EST...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 373 reads 2 comments

  17. Terrific Tuesday: Looking Back and Ahead

    It was indeed a terrific Tuesday at the US Open, a day session that saw two of the world’s best play back-to-back thrilling five set matches, an upset and a hungry American...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 201 reads 3 comments

  18. Will Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Be Undone by Forehand Troubles?

    With the first week of the US Open in the books, all I’ve heard is what an uneventful week it's been. For some, a week is uneventful unless there are upsets. Those people don’t really know tennis...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 1,086 reads 7 comments

  19. Ana Ivanovic Ousted Early at US Open: Was It A Surprise?

    The woman’s world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic was ousted in her second round match of the US Open yesterday, going down 6-3 4-6 6-3...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 535 reads 4 comments

  20. Tennis Coaches and Their Pupils: Walking the Tightrope?

    I was watching USA Network's coverage of the US Open yesterday, and during Ana Ivanovic’s match, John McEnroe and Jim Courrier and Tracy Austin were having a discussion about the uniqueness of the player-coach relationship in the sport...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 377 reads 2 comments

  21. Does It Matter Whether Roger Federer Is the Greatest Ever?

    Quite frankly, I need to get something off my chest. While the debate of greatest of all time may entertain some and act as filler for actual sports talk, it never has tickled my fancy...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 1,060 reads 8 comments

  22. US Open Day 1: Nadal Wins But, Opponent Steals The Show

    Rafael Nadal walked out on to Arthur Ashe stadium court expecting a routine 1st round match and it was. 7-6 6-3 7-6. The score line was routine the match... wasn’t Nadal faced the worlds 136thranked player Bjorn Phau...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 228 reads 3 comments

  23. Skip Caray, TBS, should be in Baseball hall as builders of the game

    We live in a time where baseball, and sports for that matter live at our fingertips. We can turn on ESPN and find a baseball game 3 nights a week. Games are on in local markets nightly now, but believe it or not it wasn’t always that way...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 6 years ago 205 reads 5 comments

  24. Tim Lincecum's Case for the 2008 CY Young Award

    I’ve heard people say, “How can Tim Lincecum win the CY Young award?” The biggest argument I’ve heard against Lincecum is that the San Francisco Giants are a bad team...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about almost 7 years ago 1,387 reads 8 comments

  25. 2008 US Open: What 2 Watch 4

    With the US Open on the horizon and the Olympics in the setting sun, there are a couple of players to watch out for in 2008 at Flushing Meadows. The obvious player to watch is the new world No...

    josh millar Written by josh millar about 6 years ago 338 reads 1 comments