1. Tiger Woods: 10 Ways The Golfer Can Improve His Image

    As Rick Reilly so elegantly put it, "Tiger Woods is the first person in history to run his car into a hydrant and set himself on fire...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 2,233 reads 2 comments

  2. Carmelo Anthony Trade Rumors: Better Fit with LA Lakers or New York Knicks?

    Los Angeles has the bright lights and a winning tradition, but New York and Madison Square Garden may be the biggest stage in professional basketball. Rumors are abound that Carmelo Anthony is on his way out of Denver...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 788 reads 1 comments

  3. America's Most Wanted: Power Ranking the Top 10 Problem Child Programs in CFB

    College football is a business. But since it is also a sport, it is a business where winning means everything, since wins eventually translate to dollars...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 8,420 reads 17 comments

  4. National Signing Day 2011: How the Miami Hurricanes QB's Were Affected

    Al Golden took over the Miami Hurricanes just six weeks before National Signing Day. In that time, he and his staff have hit the recruiting trail hard...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 2,766 reads 4 comments

  5. UFC 126 Preview: 10 Reasons Ryan Bader Will Beat Jon Jones

    When Americans Jon Jones and Ryan Bader step into the Octagon on Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, the immediate future of the UFC's Light Heavyweight division will be on full display...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 2,853 reads 27 comments

  6. National Signing Day 2011: Curtis Grant Is As Good As It Gets for Buckeyes

    It took until national signing day, but the Buckeyes finally have their man. Linebacker Curtis Grant chose Ohio State over Florida, North Carolina and Virginia, and immediately ...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 803 reads 5 comments

  7. National Signing Day 2011: Jalen Grimble and the Rest of the Canes' Recruits

    Al Golden needs to make an impact. Even before the firing of Randy Shannon, the closest thing there was to a "company man" in the world of sports, the Hurricanes' 2011 recruiting class was in trouble...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 183 reads 2 comments

  8. National Signing Day 2011: Ray Drew and the Rest of the Georgia Recruiting Class

    Many Georgia Bulldog fans were perplexed when head coach Mark Richt was retained for the 2011 season. Since arriving from Florida State in 2001, where he was the Quarterbacks coach ...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 796 reads 0 comments

  9. MLB Hot Stove: Oakland Athletics Quietly Building Dominant Bullpen

    Nobody is talking about Billy Beane anymore. Moneyball hit its talking peak five years ago—the last time the Oakland Athletics managed to make the playoffs, in 2006, after winning the AL West with a 93-69 mark...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 805 reads 1 comments

  10. Ben Roethlisberger Continues to Make Plays, Break Hearts and Beat Karma

    I thought I had done everything right. I definitely didn't trash talk. How could I with the way that our coach had been acting all season? Rex Ryan runs his mouth to take the pressure off of his players and puts it all on his own shoulders...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 411 reads 3 comments

  11. Super Bowl 2011: Shields vs. Wallace Should Be Fun to Watch, If You Can See Them

    Don't blink. Not even for a second. If you do, come Super Bowl Sunday, you'll run the risk of missing something incredible happen between two of the fastest players in the NFL, ...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 476 reads 1 comments

  12. With Johnny Damon and Manny Ramirez, Tampa Bay Rays Have Idiot's Chance in East

    It may seem odd that an organization loaded with two of baseball's top under-25 superstars, a young but effective starting rotation, an everyday lineup capable of wearing down opposing ...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about almost 4 years ago 774 reads 2 comments

  13. Three Years Later, Delmon Young Has Arrived in Minnesota

    Leading up to the 2002 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft, the Tampa Bay (Devil) Rays had an established track record of selecting outfielders among their top picks...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about over 4 years ago 213 reads 2 comments

  14. Searching for Jeff Nelson: Why David Robertson's Turn Has Come

    Standing at a height of 6'8" and weighing in at a listed 225 pounds, Jeff Nelson was an imposing figure and the primary setup man on the Yankees' World Series teams of 1996, 1998, 1999, and 2000...

    Sean Zerillo Written by Sean Zerillo about over 4 years ago 436 reads 4 comments