1. The Strange Case Of Arsenal F.C.

    Our story begins at a large stadium in North London. In the spring of the 2007-2008 Premier League season, the fans that occupy the stadium were forced to sit through horrific and unfamiliar sights...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 228 reads 9 comments

  2. The Fickle Nature of Fantasy Football

    I was really tempted to title this article "Dear Carson, Man the @#&* Up", but there's no obscenity that can capture how disappointed my beloved Bengals continue to make me. Like so many of you, I've gotten sucked into the world of fantasy football...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 441 reads 7 comments

  3. College Football Week Five: What We've Learned

    "Always remember..... Goliath was a 40 point favorite over David." - Shug Jordan, former head football coach at Auburn...

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  4. USC's Loss Changes Nothing

    This article is written as a follow-up to a comment I made on Lisa Horne's article, The State of the USC Trojans...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 679 reads 32 comments

  5. Mariners Blaming...Ichiro?

    This should come as no surprise to anybody who has been following baseball this season, but all is not well in Seattle. News reports today claimed that one Mariner's player allegedly threatened to "knock out" Ichiro at one point during the season...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 318 reads 3 comments

  6. Total 90: American Football News For Sept. 25

    As MLS pushes towards the playoffs and the end of its season, Americans in Europe are just beginning their seasons. With domestic leagues and cups in full swing, there is plenty of news to report this week...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 384 reads 19 comments

  7. Landon Donovan to Bayern Munich?

    America's brightest footballing star could be on his way overseas for the third time in his career. German giants Bayern Munich allegedly showed interest in US and LA Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan earlier in the year...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 1,507 reads 19 comments

  8. Chad Johnson Was Right

    "Tell your sister she was right about me. Tell your sister, she was right." -Darth Vader to Luke Skywalker, as the second Death Star was exploding...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 1,264 reads 32 comments

  9. College Football Week Four: What We've Learned

    You can read last week's edition here. "We will never lose to Michigan State again on my watch." -Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis, summer of 2006...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  10. Legends of the NASL

    Pele's time in America playing for the New York Cosmos is well-documented. It's bound to be when Henry Kissinger exerts all of his influence to convince Brazil to allow Pele to leave, and the ...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 752 reads 16 comments

  11. U.S. Players Deserving of an International Call-Up

    While surfing around on ESPN Soccernet tonight, I stumbled across this article by Ives Galarcep. Galarcep names seven players he feels are deserving of an international call-up by U.S. coach Bob Bradley...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 462 reads 19 comments

  12. Total 90: American Football News For Sept. 18

    Welcome to this edition of Total 90, Bleacher Report's finest (and only) regular newsletter devoted entirely to the performance of American footballers at home and abroad...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about 6 years ago 223 reads 1 comments

  13. Notre Dame-Michigan State: Irish Have Improved, Still Might Lose to the Spartans

    Forty-two years ago, Michigan State and Notre Dame met in East Lansing with a National Title hanging in the balance. In a match-up dubbed "The Game of the Century," the two teams battled to a 10-10 tie...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 1,115 reads 14 comments

  14. Tottenham Hotspur: What Is Happening?

    Something is amiss in North London. With all the attention being paid to the spectacular train wreck that is Newcastle United, how come more attention isn't being paid to an equally ...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 704 reads 17 comments

  15. College Football Week Three: What We've Learned

    You can read last week's edition here. "There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you." Woody Hayes, legendary Ohio State University head football coach...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 1,258 reads 4 comments

  16. MLS Roundtable: Which Foreign Talent Would You Like to See in MLS?

    Welcome to the second edition of the MLS Roundtable. The first Roundtable was an absolute success, and you can read it right here...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 360 reads 25 comments

  17. US Vs. Trinidad & Tobago: A Report From The Stands

    Fellow B/R writer and football fanatic Jeff Harbert was also in attendance. You can find his review of the action here. Read it, it's good. Jeff is also one of the Manchester United community leaders, if you're into the Red Devils...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 566 reads 10 comments

  18. Total 90: American Football News For Sept. 11

    Welcome to the latest edition of what was formerly the MLS News Roundup. This edition and future columns with have an expanded focus on Americans abroad, while still retaining its primary focus on MLS news...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 326 reads 10 comments

  19. Lance Armstrong Just Became The Big Story of the 2009 Tour De France

    Cycling's most famous athlete is returning to its most famous event, and I couldn't be happier. I was shocked when I read earlier that Lance Armstrong was contemplating a return to competitive cycling, with the goal of racing in the 2009 Tour De France..

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 416 reads 1 comments

  20. Why Is Raymond Domenech Still In Charge Of France?

    While surfing around on Wikipedia tonight, I stumbled across the following tidbit on Raymond Domenech's entry. "Although it was expected that he would lose his position, in July 2008 it was announced Domenech had retained his job...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 571 reads 31 comments

  21. College Football Week Two: What We've Learned

    Another Saturday filled with games, another Saturday full of lessons for teams and fans alike. What did we learn this week? Notre Dame is average at best I think the echoes will be sleeping for another season...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 288 reads 10 comments

  22. US World Cup Qualifying Preview

    The US Men's National Team has two important World Cup qualifiers on its schedule in the next week. On September 6th, they take on Cuba in Havana. Then they return to the States to face Trinidad and Tobago in Chicago on September 10th...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 717 reads 6 comments

  23. MLS News Roundup: September 4th

    Welcome to this edition of The Roundup. Look for some changes in the coming weeks, including a possible name change as well as a bigger focus on Americans abroad. MLS news will remain the primary focus of this column though...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 297 reads 9 comments

  24. Do Hull Stand A Chance Of Survival?

    Every season, it seems like there is one newly-promoted team that makes a solid case for staying afloat right from the first match...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 211 reads 12 comments

  25. College Football Week One: What we've learned

    The first Saturday of the 2008 NCAA football season is in the history books. Even though a lot of big teams decide to take on absolute cream puffs in their first game, we were still able to learn quite a bit from the first game of the season...

    Joe G Written by Joe G about over 6 years ago 515 reads 8 comments