1. LSU and Who's No. 2? Why the Other Contenders Just Can't Roll with the Tide

    You saw it. You saw it last month, it wasn’t pretty and you most certainly do not want to see it again...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about almost 3 years ago 300 reads 1 comments

  2. Fantasy Football: With Playoffs Coming Soon, Stick With What Got You This Far

    December has arrived, which can mean only one thing. No, not a month full of cheerful holiday music. Not a month full of impressively irrelevant bowl games...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about almost 4 years ago 219 reads 0 comments

  3. Big Ten and Its Six Ranked Teams to Try to Prove Themselves in Conference Play

    With conference play set to begin in earnest this weekend, many schools and conferences are about to find out if their early season success is a harbinger of legitimate BCS hopes or merely a byproduct of soft early season scheduling...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about almost 4 years ago 226 reads 2 comments

  4. NFL's New Formula You Might Not Want To Pass On

    The NFL has become a pass-happy league. Everyone knows that, and, for the most part, seems to accept it. Fans don’t spend hundreds of dollars on tickets, high definition TVs, ...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about 4 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  5. Andy Roddick's Perseverance Is Noble, Even If the Results Aren't

    Andy Roddick is unfortunate. Unfortunate that he had to be born right around the time of two of tennis’ all-time greats, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about 4 years ago 564 reads 7 comments

  6. 2010 U.S. Open Field: 18 Guys Who Can Win

    Our national golf championship is upon us. Starting Thursday, the best golfers in the world will tee off at Pebble Beach, one of the world's most beautiful and treacherous courses, as the 110th US Open gets underway...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 4 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  7. College World Series Preview: Why They All Will (and Won't) Win in Omaha

    Now that the college baseball season has reached its annual apex and we move on to Omaha's Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium for one of the most exciting two weeks in all sports (June 19-30, ...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 4 years ago 386 reads 1 comments

  8. Not-So-Little Giants: San Fran Can Make a Run In The NL

    To say that the National League is full of flawed teams would be an understatement, like saying "The Hangover" is funny, our economy is bad,or that Artie Lange went a little overboard on HBO Monday night...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  9. Game Seven: Pens vs. Wings is Must See TV

    Certain settings in sports are just better than the rest. Sudden death. Extra innings. Playoffs. When you hear about one of those rare and cherished circumstances, you are going to stop and pay attention...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 123 reads 0 comments

  10. Lingerie Football: Boom Or "Bust"?

    Even in a country as dumbed-down and perverted as America, some ideas are best kept in someone's head. And this new Lingerie Football League, scheduled to begin play in September, is one of those ideas...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 454 reads 1 comments

  11. Looking For a Team To Root For? Try the Sixers

    So, the interminable 2009 NBA Playoffs have begun, and you just don't want to waste your time watching meaningless games while waiting for the inevitable Cavs-Lakers NBA Finals. I understand because I don't either...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 80 reads 1 comments

  12. A Quasi-Objective Look at the NHL Playoffs

    Because I know you care so much, here's one fan's preview and predictions for the anxiously-awaited Stanley Cup Playoffs. Or, as they're known in smaller circles, the best postseason in American sports! Boston vs...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  13. Kalas Was a Piece Of Every Phillies Fan's Life

    To say that legendary Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas will be missed is akin to saying that Richie Ashburn, Kalas' longtime broadcast partner and fellow MLB Hall of Famer, was a good centerfielder...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 55 reads 0 comments

  14. 'Nova the One Team That Can Divide Philly

    Make no mistake, Philadelphia is passionate about its sports teams. We've all seen the city will the Phillies to an improbable 2008 World Series title, and how two million strong lined ...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about over 5 years ago 76 reads 0 comments

  15. Has the Power Shifted to the NFC?

    In short, not yet. Despite the struggles of the AFC's purported power triumvirate--New England, Indianapolis, and Jacksonville--it is far too early to authoritatively say that the NFC is the new power conference in the NFL...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about almost 6 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  16. ACC Wide Open After Disappointing Week 1

    Just a few years ago, the ACC was where the SEC is now. The arrivals of Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College—combined with the perennial success of Florida State and the resurgence ...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about 6 years ago 466 reads 0 comments

  17. Phillies, Mets partying like it's 2007

    The New York Mets have beaten the Philadelphia Phillies in nine of their 14 meetings this season. Ordinarily, with a stat like that, it would be ridiculous to assume anything other than that the Mets just have Philly's number this year...

    Jon  Moss Written by Jon Moss about 6 years ago 293 reads 1 comments