1. Bryce Harper and the East Coast Bias: An Overrated Production

    Living on the East Coast, I am used to the bias that perpetuates from the mega-media centers of New York, Boston , and Washington D.C...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 2 years ago 1,006 reads 9 comments

  2. Philadelphia Phillies 2012 Season Can Be Repaired, but at What Cost?

    That sound you hear isn't the toilet flushing. Rather, it is the panic that has emancipated itself from the high hopes that were brought forth when the Philadelphia Phillies first took to the diamond in 2012...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 2 years ago 2,124 reads 9 comments

  3. Washington's Ryan Kerrigan Highlights an Elite Crop of Defensive Rookies

    From “Mean” Joe Greene to Ndamukong Suh, rookies have shown they can dominate from Day 1 throughout the history of the league. The 2011 season is, by no means, an exception...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about almost 3 years ago 716 reads 1 comments

  4. NFL Free Agency: Braylon Edwards and the Best Remaining Players

    With NFL free agency looking more and more like it is over, the fact of the matter is there remains some gems available for a lower cost...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 347 reads 0 comments

  5. Peyton Manning Contract Extension: Indianapolis Colts Make Calculated Risk

    Casual observers will note today as a day that made sense for the Indianapolis Colts . Instead of keeping quarterback Peyton Manning on the franchise tag for the 2011 season, they ...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 1,850 reads 0 comments

  6. NFL Free Agents 2011: Antonio Cromartie and Nine Other Players to Avoid in 2011

    The madness of free agency, trading, cutting and everything else that usually takes months to develop will begin tomorrow morning...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 314 reads 1 comments

  7. College Football 2011: Penn State's Michael Mauti Set To Have Big Junior Season

    Penn State linebacker Michael Mauti has just been placed on the watch list for the Bronko Nagurski Award, a distinction that places him among the best defensive players in the country...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 961 reads 1 comments

  8. Joe Mauer: Minnesota Twins Catcher is Baseball's Most Overrated Player

    Major League Baseball needs to pump its brakes for a moment. As good as Minnesota Twins catcher (and possibly first baseman) Joe Mauer has been, he is just as overrated. Joe Mauer is the fifth-highest paid player in the game today...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 1,403 reads 14 comments

  9. Penn State Under Fire: Spread HD Offense Needs a Second Look

    Since its inception in 2008, the Penn State Nittany Lions' offensive scheme has yet to live up to its mantra...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 145 reads 2 comments

  10. MLB Steroids Era: The Best Hitters Who Are Believed Not to Have Juiced

    The Major League Baseball "Steroids Era" could have began long ago but the actual era, where bashing the ball and posting ungodly numbers on the mound can be attributed to beginning in the year 1986...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 5,750 reads 8 comments

  11. 2011 Heisman Trophy Watch: Edwin Baker and 5 Other Dark Horse Candidates

    The Heisman Trophy is the most prestigious individual award in college football. Just to be mentioned as a potential candidate is fulfilling enough...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 1,147 reads 8 comments

  12. MLB: 5 Clubs That Could Sneak into the Postseason

    Last season it was the Cincinnati Reds . The year before it was the Colorado Rockies . In 2008, both the Tampa Bay Rays and Milwaukee Brewers did the unthinkable...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 974 reads 3 comments

  13. MLB: 10 Reasons Why the Philadelphia Phillies Will Win the 2011 World Series

    We are approaching three long years since the Philadelphia Phillies won just their second World Series in franchise history...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 3 years ago 26,998 reads 33 comments

  14. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: Who Should Make It to the Desert and Why

    Fan voting never ceases to amaze me. While I partake in the process myself, voting for every Phillie that I can, it still erodes the accomplishments of some of the players that deserve to be there...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 412 reads 0 comments

  15. NBA Draft 2011: 4 Players Who Will Sell Tickets for the Philadelphia 76ers

    The 2011 NBA Draft doesn't bode well for any franchise who is looking for a franchise-changing player. Instead, it is filled with quality prospects who are expected to log quality minutes...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 1,151 reads 0 comments

  16. Minnesota Football: Marqueis Gray Set to Take the Big Ten by Storm

    Over the course of the winter, hidden deep underneath the frozen tundra of the upper Midwest was a quarterback by the name of Marqueis Gray. Well, the tundra has thawed. Gray is the best kept secret in the Big Ten...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 995 reads 4 comments

  17. College Football 2011: 25 'Off the Beaten Path' Players You Need to Know

    In 2009, I wrote that "It is imperative to know that there is more to college football than Tim Tebow, Sam Bradford, and Colt McCoy...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 8,593 reads 35 comments

  18. TCU-Baylor and Six Other College Football Games That Are Flying Below Radar

    The brouhaha surrounding Ohio State, USC and maybe even Texas is dampening the analytical talking points needed in order for fans to effectively prepare for the season that is inching closer, day by day...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 768 reads 1 comments

  19. NBA on the Brink: Will This Be the Last NBA Finals Until 2013?

    Take it in while you can. This NBA Finals may be the last chance you get to see Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd at the helm...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 1,223 reads 7 comments

  20. Terrelle Pryor to Walk This Way, Right out of Columbus

    Reports have surfaced that Terrelle Pryor will abandon Ohio State amidst the controversy that has derailed Jim Tressel 's head coaching career, possibly leaving Ohio State to face ...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 99 reads 1 comments

  21. Penn State's Devon Still is Beginning To Look a Lot Like Nick Fairley

    Like a ball of smoke and fire bursting out of a cannon, last year, Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley emerged onto the college gridiron scene with a chip on his shoulder and a knack for punching holes through opposing offensive lines...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 2,019 reads 0 comments

  22. Penn State's Quarterback Conundrum: How Paul Jones Could Change Everything

    The supposed gem for Penn State was Paul Jones, a 6'3" and 245-lb. strong-armed gunslinger from the Pittsburgh area. Instead, Jones was derailed by academic issues and the emergence of fellow recruit Robert Bolden last year...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 1,495 reads 0 comments

  23. Miami's Sean Spence Leads Preseason All-American Squad

    College football fever is upon us. Each and every summer, we begin speculating about who is the favorite to win the BCS title, who is the dark horse to bust the BCS system, and which players are bound to have great seasons...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 939 reads 0 comments

  24. USC Football: Marc Tyler Can't Stay out of Trouble

    USC has had its fair share problems over the last seven or eight years. Whenever the problems with student-athlete's began is not important here...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 1,398 reads 11 comments

  25. Paterno's Last Stand: Penn State in the Aftermath of Ohio State's Fallout

    The last decade has been riddled with controversy as to when Joe Paterno was going to retire and who would replace him...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about over 3 years ago 1,198 reads 1 comments