1. Charlie Weis Wants to Avoid Knee Surgery For Now...

    Charlie Weis see, Charlie Weis do. Only a week after Tom Brady injured his knee, his former coach, Charlie Weis injured his knee also...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 439 reads 6 comments

  2. Giuseppe Rossi Hoping for Good Champions League Start Against Manchester United

    There's a rising force in La Liga, and its name is Villarreal CF. After coming in second in the league last season, ahead of Barcelona, the Spanish club is hoping to make its mark in Europe...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 528 reads 7 comments

  3. Maryland-California: Terps Upset Golden Bears, 35-27

    There was no Gator football this week. However, that didn't matter to me, as my hometown Terps shocked Cal, 35-27. Let's face it, Cal didn't look ready to play. The Cal-Maryland game was set for noon East Coast time, that's 9 AM California time...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 513 reads 11 comments

  4. Top 15 Funniest Basketball Quotes

    This week, in my continuing "Top 15 Funniest Quotes," I take on basketball. I don't know about you, but basketball is no longer about the actual sport, now it's about entertainment. Here's the top 15 quotes I could find in no particular order...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 39,586 reads 35 comments

  5. Baseball May Not Be American? Are You Kidding Me?!

    As the title says, the all-American game of baseball may not be American after all. Turns out, this old ugly looking British guy could be the "father of baseball." The guy in the picture is William Bray and he's a British lawyer...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 893 reads 6 comments

  6. David Beckham, It's Time To Let the Younger Guys Take Over

    The stars of yester-year are slowly but surely going away. Among those leaving is David Beckham. Love him or hate him, he's been an England staple since his debut in 1996...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 419 reads 19 comments

  7. New England-Chivas: Revs Look Like Old Selves; Defeats Chivas USA, 4-0

    The New England Revolution climbed to within two points of Eastern Conference leaders Columbus with an emphatic 4-0 victory against Chivas USA on MLS Primetime Thursday at Gillette Stadium...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 248 reads 2 comments

  8. How Sports Helped the Country Return to Normalcy After 9/11

    I will always remember that dark day. It was Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. A day that would become the worst day in American history. For me, it started as a regular day...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 4,490 reads 118 comments

  9. Blanco Retires From International Football As Mexico Defeat Canada

    Mexican striker Cuauhtemoc Blanco announced his retirement from international football Wednesday, as Mexico defeated Canada 2-1 in a 2010 World Cup qualifier...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 349 reads 4 comments

  10. You Know You're Having A Bad Day At The Course When...

    I admit it, the only reason why I'm writing this article is because I haven't found anything interesting to write about today. That, and the fact that golf can be a great source of humor...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 1,226 reads 7 comments

  11. Thomas Leemon's Top 10 American Transfers of the Summer

    I recently wrote an article about my top twenty European transfers of the summer (Thomas Leemon's Top 20 Transfers of the Summer). It was a pretty boring transfer market for European players...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 455 reads 20 comments

  12. Bulgarian Hockey Team Gives New Meaning To Words "Utter Anihilation"

    When is a good time to forfeit? Apparently, to the Bulgarian women's national hockey team, it's never a good time to forfeit...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 1,603 reads 26 comments

  13. Thomas Leemon's Top 20 Transfers of the Summer

    The transfer period is over, for now. This summer saw some of the most shocking transfers yet; and some that were just a steal. Here's the top twenty transfers that made headlines this summer (all fees are rounded off): 20...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 463 reads 38 comments

  14. Clint Dempsey's Goal Enough; USA Defeats Cuba, 1-0

    It is the eternal question not just for the U.S. national team, but for any team that is involved in World Cup qualifying: What is more important? Playing pretty soccer or playing winning ...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 322 reads 2 comments

  15. Houston Dynamo Extends MLS Table Lead, Defeats Kansas City Wizards, 3-1

    The Houston Dynamo are starting to run away from the competition in the Western Conference. On a hot afternoon at Robertson Stadium, the Dynamo increased their lead to seven points ahead of Real Salt Lake with a 3-1 whipping of the Kansas City Wizards...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 210 reads 5 comments

  16. Oduro & Kenny Cooper Help FC Dallas Defeat Club America

    On the strength of first-half goals from Dominic Oduro in the ninth minute and Kenny Cooper in the 28th, FC Dallas defeated Mexico's Club America 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at Pizza Hut Park...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 150 reads 10 comments

  17. Columbus Crew Hammer New England Revolution To Increase League Lead

    Behind the play of MVP candidate Guillermo Barros Schelotto, the Columbus Crew downed the New England Revolution 4-0 at Crew Stadium on Saturday night, their fourth consecutive win—increasing ...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 355 reads 2 comments

  18. Florida-Miami: Gators Hand 'Canes Humiliating Defeat, 26-3

    The 'Canes came to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium undefeated against Florida for the past six games and hoping to make that a seven-game winning streak...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 968 reads 90 comments

  19. Cyclists Say They Were Dissed By USOC; Wants Apology

    Remember those four American cyclists who came to Beijing wearing black masks? They wore the masks because of concerns for the air in Beijing. They were ordered to apologize to the Olympic community for their actions...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 16 reads 3 comments

  20. Top 15 Funniest Quotes from Soccer Players, Managers, and Commentators

    My "Top 15 Funniest Quotes" series continues. First, I took on golf, in the second article of the series I take on soccer. Soccer, or football as the rest of the world calls it, can be full of hilarious moments...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 16,224 reads 59 comments

  21. Patrice Evra Wants To Play For France More Than United, And Rightly So

    It's something special to play for a club as great as Manchester United. It's even more special to play for your country. United has twenty players on the first team that also play for their country...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 307 reads 6 comments

  22. Manchester United Will Always Be Bigger And Better Than Manchester City

    I don't know if it's just me, but a lot of people are making too much of a deal over the new owners of Manchester City. Sure, Abu Dhabi United Group (ADUG) has shown that it has the money to bring in the best, but that's about it...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 1,076 reads 36 comments

  23. DC United Defeats Charleston Battery, 2-1; Wins First US Open Cup In Four Years

    DC United ended Charleston's amazing run in the US Open Cup with a 2-1 victory in the final. The match took place on Wednesday night and was hosted by DCU at the RFK Stadium...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 291 reads 4 comments

  24. Paul Azinger Finally Completes 12-Man Ryder Cup Roster for Team USA

    Finally, after much anticipation, the American team that will take on Europe in the Ryder Cup has been finalized. Paul Azinger, the team captain, picked his four players that will join the eight Americans already part of the squad on Tuesday...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 782 reads 11 comments

  25. Oliver Kahn: Tribute to a Soccer Legend

    When I think of the great goalkeepers, I think of Peter Schmeichel, Petr Cech, Peter Shilton, and my favorite, Oliver Kahn. Yesterday, Oliver Kahn played his last soccer match in his illustrious 20-year career...

    Thomas Written by Thomas about 6 years ago 497 reads 14 comments