1. Revis Island Is Deserted, But Don't Blame Him!

    Or at least, he has deserted his teammates for the start of training camp. Revis is officially a holdout as of 5:30 PM EST Sunday, August 1, 2010...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 162 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB Trade Deadline Highlights Lack Of Depth On Mets' Farm

    Omar Minaya is in a very tough spot. The Mets' GM, who is likely working for his job, and his team are at a major crossroads this season...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 362 reads 2 comments

  3. Players' Lack of Confidence In Front Office is a Headache For Jets

    In the summer of 2009, the big question surrounding the Jets' preseason was Leon Washington. He was threatening to hold out, as he was unhappy with his contract. The Jets front office promised him that they would "take care of him" in the offseason...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 425 reads 11 comments

  4. Ho! Ho! Ho! Jerry Manuel's Gotta Go...and Omar Minaya Too

    Generally, I am not one to blame managers for a team's performance. Mets fans have wanted Jerry Manuel's head since he was hired in 2008...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 305 reads 9 comments

  5. Baseball Purists Better Get Used To the Modern All-Star Game

    The cries are audible, "In my day, the All-Star game meant something." Baseball purists hearken back to the days of yore when the All-Star game stood on its own merit. The players hustled, the nation stopped to watch...

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  6. Knicks Offseason Not The Epic Disaster It's Made Out To Be

    When Isaiah Thomas ran the Knicks, he did so with the thoughfulness of a middle school student; thinking of each move in a vacuum and ignoring future ramifications...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 1,425 reads 2 comments

  7. New York Mets in Great Shape for Second-Half Run

    At the beginning of the season, I told you that the Mets would be much better than people think. And while I would love to take full back-patting on that prediction, to do so would be disingenuous...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 4 years ago 280 reads 1 comments

  8. Move To the Big 10 Is Make or Break for Rutgers

    The prospect of joining the Big 10 conference is an exciting one for Rutgers fans, but it has to make Scarlet Knight Nation a bit uneasy. For Rutgers, it is no secret that football is the driving force for the athletic department...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 595 reads 5 comments

  9. Rutgers Turns To Mike Rice To Resurrect Men's Basketball

    With Fred Hill's firing about a month ago, Rutgers basketball was left in shambles. Since Hill's tenure started in 2006, Rutgers hasn't had a winning season. Its 15-17 record in 2009-10 was actually the best season R...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 354 reads 3 comments

  10. Does Jets' Pick of Kyle Wilson Open Window to Trade Leon Washington?

    When the Jets' dream scenario was developing prior to pick 29 of the 2010 NFL Draft, "Trader Mike" Tannenbaum had no reason to live up to his moniker. He simply had the need and the best player combined in one Kyle Wilson...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 1,247 reads 3 comments

  11. Fred Hill Jr. Likely Done at Rutgers: He's Finally Lost Me

    At one of the most exciting come from behind wins in the history of the Rutgers baseball program, it was the behavior of basketball coach Fred Hill Jr. that became the story...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 1,719 reads 13 comments

  12. 2010 New York Mets Won't Be as Bad as You Think

    Honestly, with the amount of negativity floating above every move the Mets make or do not make, you would think the Mets are heading into the season with the roster of the Washington Nationals or Pittsburgh Pirates...

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  13. Rutgers 71, #8 Georgetown 68: Program Changing Win For The Knights?

    With under four minutes to go in the first half against the eighth-ranked Georgetown Hoyas, Rutgers' swing-man Dane Miller had some difficulty laying the ball into the hoop in front of the Rutgers' student section...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 120 reads 5 comments

  14. New York Jets Are Not Your Standard Wild Card Team

    As the Jets make their final preparations for this afternoon's AFC Divisional Round Playoff Game, they do so with many in the football world believing they don't deserve to be on the same field as their opponent, the San Diego Chargers...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 4 years ago 286 reads 2 comments

  15. Rutgers Football Fans, Now Is Not the Time To Give Up on the Program

    Jarrett Brown's stutter-step move for the game-sealing first down was so eerily representative of the state of the Rutgers-West Virginia series and of the state of Rutgers football—close, but no cigar...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about almost 5 years ago 389 reads 2 comments

  16. Sneaky Fantasy Football Play of the Week: Jamal Lewis

    Last week, I told you to use Ryan Moats as a smokescreen while pursuing other running backs on the waiver wire. Until a touchdown reception off a play-action fake, it was obvious that Steve Slaton was the more effective runner throughout the day...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about almost 5 years ago 453 reads 2 comments

  17. Fantasy Football: Don't Waste Your Time on Texans' Ryan Moats

    Let another owner make the mistake of claiming Ryan Moats off of waivers. Sure, he had a monstrous day racking up 126 rushing yards and three TDs, but this is not a sign of things to come for the journeyman running back...

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  18. Rutgers Football: A Fan Base and Program Divided Against Itself

    After sitting through yet another disappointing and head-scratching loss against a Big East rival, and listening to the fan reaction thereafter, you could feel the chasm between both sides of the Greg Schiano debate grow just a little bit wider...

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  19. Darrelle Revis: Best Cover Corner In The NFL?

    Darrelle Revis may be No. 24 on the field, but he may just be No. 1 when it comes to cornerbacks in the NFL. In just his third year in the NFL, Revis routinely and willingly accepts the challenge ...

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  20. All-Star Game: Hope For Future Of African Americans In Baseball

    It's been 62 years since Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier in 1947. Stepping onto the Ebbets Field grass, going 0-4 in a 5-3 win over the Braves, Robinson had "changed the face of baseball"...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about 5 years ago 228 reads 0 comments

  21. Brett Favre Used The Jets

    While it's painful to admit as a Jets fan and ardent Brett Favre supporter and admirer, Favre used the Jets to get what he truly desired: the opportunity to fire back at the Green Bay Packers...

    Jayson Love Written by Jayson Love about over 5 years ago 280 reads 4 comments

  22. Fantasy Baseball Daily Transaction League Strategy: Understanding Flexibility

    As you enter your fantasy baseball draft, you need to know what league you are dealing with. Recently, I accidentally entered a daily transaction league and had to alter my draft and lineup setting strategy...

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  23. The State of Rutgers Basketball: Fred Hill Must Be the One to Get It Done

    If you are a frequenter of the Rutgers Message Boards, the New Jersey sports blogs, and the New Jersey newspapers, you know that when it comes to Rutgers basketball, there are those that want RU Men's basketball coach Fred Hill Jr...

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  24. Michael Phelps a Joke Of a Role Model

    I am a teacher at a public school in Westchester, NY. As such, I am incredibly sensitive to the issues that affect kids in today's society. Contrary to what some people believe, kids are incredibly observant and aware of contemporary issues...

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  25. A Sports Bucket List: Top 10 Sports Things to Do Before You Die

    Here is a list of 10 things I think any sports fan would want to do before his or her death. It's a bucket list of sorts, and an expensive one at that! They will be numbered 10 down to one, ...

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