1. My Town Rocks: Omaha, Nebraska

    Omaha, NE...somewhere in the middle of America. Every year for the past 50 plus years, Omaha has played host to the biggest event in College Baseball, the College World Series...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 681 reads 1 comments

  2. This Might Be Bold, But... Jim Rome Ruins Sports

    Jim Rome is burning... but who honestly cares? I honestly would rather listen to Woody Paige ramble incoherent thoughts on Pardon The Interruption (PTI) then listen to one word that Rome spits on his pathetic attempt for a TV show...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 2,609 reads 14 comments

  3. Nebraska Football: Q&A Session with BleacherReport.com's Ricky Hawkins

    Hawkins: The Huskers open the season with a non-conference schedule that is no walk in the park. They play Western Michigan, San Jose State, New Mexico State, and Virginia Tech...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 1,445 reads 0 comments

  4. College World Series: 55 Years Of ACC-Championship Drought Likely Will End

    It has been 55-years since an Atlantic Coast Conference team has won a National Championship in the sport of baseball...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 1,226 reads 1 comments

  5. Bleacher Report: Now Fans Can Express Concern, Excitement, and Doubt

    It started as a dream amongst a group of buddies, just like most sports teams have started. Finally, it happened. They won the National Championship, World Championship, or League Title of creating a business...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 302 reads 0 comments

  6. NCAA: Omaha and CWS Make 25 Year Agreement, Start Series

    Well, the longest one-city standing major college championship has been extended yet again. From 2011, the City of Omaha has signed a 25-year agreement to keep the series in Omaha. That means the series will be in Omaha until 2035, guaranteed...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 492 reads 0 comments

  7. Chicago Cubs: Pick up Edmonds and Continue to Dominate Early

    This week has been filled with a few changes and a bunch more winning for the Chicago Cubs ball club. Jim Hendry and company decided to pick up Jim Edmonds to add some much needed consistency to their center field position...

    Bob Written by Bob about 6 years ago 354 reads 2 comments

  8. 2023 NFL Draft Postponed: Commisioner Goodell Reviews Reinstatement Request

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 9,630 reads 14 comments

  9. The Best Pitchers of the Early Days of Baseball

    5. Grover Cleveland "Pete" Alexander (1911-1929)In his 1911 debut, Alexander led the league in wins (28), complete games (31), innings pitched (367), and shutouts (7). He also was second in strikeouts and fourth in earned run average...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 37 reads 3 comments

  10. Feb 17, 2008: Who Cares About NASCAR?

    Daytona 500 Race is Today, Starts at 3:40 PM Eastern Time on FOXHonestly? I really could care less about NASCAR. There are much better things I can do with my time other than watch cars make hundreds of left turns and pass each other...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,084 reads 12 comments

  11. NBA Dunk Contests: Creativity, Massive Dunks Galore

    Over the past couple of years I have been extremely disappointed with the creativity and skill I have seen in the NBA dunk contests. This year was not the same at all...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 835 reads 0 comments

  12. College World Series: Would the CWS Be the Same in a New Downtown Ballpark?

    Would the College World Series be the same in a new downtown ballpark?Simply put, no.Rosenblatt Stadium and the surrounding area of 13th Street carry many memories of past College World Series...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 794 reads 5 comments

  13. Kelvin Sampson: Latest Allegations could End Career

    Since his first year coaching, Kelvin Sampson has been slammed for multiple violations of the NCAA's recruitment regulations, while sporting a miniscule graduation rate for his players...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 899 reads 0 comments

  14. Patriots' Punishment does not Fit Crime

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Bill Belichick told the truth about the ever-expanding SpyGate.The real question is.....

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,228 reads 17 comments

  15. Roger Clemens: Doesn't Congress Have Better Things To Do?

    Roger Clemens— a household name in Major League Baseball. But honestly, who cares if he was using steroids or human growth hormone back when almost every MLB player admits to using it? ...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 351 reads 2 comments

  16. College Football Recruiting: Fans Hit Recruits' MySpaces, Facebooks

    College football recruiting—a time-honored tradition that all football fans follow beginning about the end of the regular season...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 917 reads 0 comments

  17. Super Bowl: So Uninteresting I'd rather Have a Super Bowl of Cherrios....

    The Super Bowl. The biggest football game of the year or the biggest blowout of the year? I know I will drive Giants fans crazy by saying this, but you do not even stand a chance...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 366 reads 0 comments

  18. Tom Brady: Classy Move Defending Romo's Weekend Trip

    In his weekly Boston-based radio station interview, Brady showed an exuberant amount of class towards his Dallas buddy Tony Romo...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,781 reads 4 comments

  19. San Diego Chargers: Philip Rivers Needs to Shut His Mouth

    Chargers QB Philip Rivers has a bad attitude, that is for sure.Watching the San Diego Chargers at Indianapolis Colts gave me bad memories of how Terrell Owens used to act on a regular basis.A cocky, bad sport...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 3,534 reads 8 comments

  20. Packers-Seahawks: Green Bay Cruises After Two Early Fumbles

    Seattle Seahawks 14, Green Bay Packers 0. That is what the scoreboard at Lambeau Field read after just 4 minutes and 1 second into the first quarter of the game...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 705 reads 0 comments

  21. Marlon Lucky: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

    It's the question nearly every high-level skill player asks himself during his junior year in college:Should I stay in college, finish my education, and hone my skills so that I can be an ...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,468 reads 2 comments

  22. Kelly Tilghman: Golf Channel Follows Up "Lynch" Tiger Woods Comment with Suspension

    Kelly Tilghman, a Golf Channel anchor, said on a broadcast last week that the younger golfers on the PGA Tour should "lynch Tiger Woods in a back alley."On Wednesday, The Golf Channel reacted, suspending Tilghman for two weeks...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 2,425 reads 14 comments

  23. Nebraska Cornhuskers, Kansas Jayhawks Square Off In Big 12 Season Opener

    OMAHA, NE -- Just a forewarning: I am a Nebraska Cornhuskers fan.As I look at the matchups set for Saturday's "Duel Above the Pool", I can only sit and wonder...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,251 reads 0 comments

  24. Chicago Cubs: Why This Year's NL Central Championship Will Not Be Piniella's Last

    The dynamic duo: Lou Piniella and Jim Hendry.Between the two it seems that the Cubs have an outstanding chance of coming up with their first title in 100 years. The Cubs last won the title in 1908...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,199 reads 11 comments

  25. BCS Championship Game: Bo Pelini Proves His Worth

    Was it a good move on the part of the Nebraska Athletic Department to allow Bo Pelini to coach in LSU's National Championship game?Certainly...

    Bob Written by Bob about over 6 years ago 1,615 reads 4 comments