1. NFL Draft News: Cam Newton Further Exposed by Jon Gruden's Coach 'Em Up Segment

    Jon Gruden's little sit-downs and lessons with potential NFL draft picks are quickly becoming legendary. They are also said to be directly responsible for the way some players end up in the draft...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 3,815 reads 7 comments

  2. Manny Ramirez: Don't Let the Door Hit You on the Way out

    So, Manny Ramirez has decided to retire rather than face another suspension for failing a drug test. Not surprising in the least, either the failed test or the walking away...

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  3. Tim Tebow: Denver Broncos Are Throwing Out the Baby With the Bath Water

    Given the mania that is Tim Tebow , especially in Denver , is it folly to ask if the Broncos are going to be bullied into throwing out the baby and the bathwater by rabid fans? ...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 1,179 reads 35 comments

  4. Dez Bryant: Character Will Always Rise to the Surface

    One of my favorite quotes is, “A man's reputation is what other people think of him; his character is what he really is.” I have found it to be true time and time again in my own personal life and in watching public figures...

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  5. College Football: Jim Tressel's Saga Widens and NCAA Rules Still a Joke

    Jim Tressel 's rules violation saga just got a bit wider and more complicated. According to a report in the Columbus Dispatch , Tressel forwarded emails he received describing ...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 1,084 reads 24 comments

  6. NFL Kickoff Rules: Celebrate the Average and Reduce the Great

    The NFL has voted on changing the kickoff rules to move all kickoffs from the 30-yard line to the 35. They also want to stop "blocking wedges" on the line of the kicking team...

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  7. Philadelphia Phillies: Possible Chinks in the Perceived Armor

    Much like the Miami Heat when they signed the triplets, many in the sports world had them winning it all, including 70 games. Now, they will be lucky to get to 60 games on the season and winning it all doesn't seem so likely anymore...

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  8. Randy Moss: Former New England Patriots Receiver Realizes Grass Not Greener

    It never ceases to amaze me how many times people continue to think the grass is greener somewhere else. Ex-Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss is no exception, apparently...

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  9. NFL: Player Suspensions Loom for "Flagrant" or Illegal Hits

    The NFL made a point last year to ensure that "flagrant" hits were called out and fines handed down. In the next season, hopefully this fall, the NFL will most likely begin adding more suspensions to go along with the fines...

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  10. NCAA Bracket 2011 Predictions: March Madness Begins Now

    Now it is upon us. The annual rite of spring. The sickness that is known as March Madness. Let the bracket picks begin...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 3,853 reads 11 comments

  11. Jim Tressel and the NCAA: Rules Are Made to Be Broken

    Last year, five Ohio State football players were suspended, not for the remainder of the college football season or the Sugar Bowl, but for five games in the upcoming season for selling championship memorabilia...

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  12. Chipper Jones and Atlanta Braves Both on Track in Spring Training

    The Braves look to be on the right track with their performances in spring training so far. Saturday's 6-4 win over the Mets flirted with a no-no for five innings. Derek Lowe looked on the right track with an outstanding outing...

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  13. 2011 Colorado Rockies: Projecting the Lineup

    The 2011 Colorado Rockies have a lot of potential firepower in their mostly very young lineup. Jim Tracy has yet to make a final decision on an opening day roster, but in looking ...

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  14. Carlos Gonzalez: The Rockies Engine to Make Their Car Go

    The Rockies have an engine to power them through the 2011 MLB season and that engine is Carlos Gonzalez. The Rockies are banking on CarGo and the 80 million dollars they are paying him to take the Rockies back to the postseason...

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  15. Carson Palmer Wants Off Cincinnati Bengals in the Worst Way

    Carson Palmer had already made it plain to the Bengals that he wanted out. He told them he wanted a trade. In January, Bengals owner Mike Brown flatly refused, saying that Palmer was crucial to the team's plans...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 643 reads 6 comments

  16. MLB: Spring Training Games Offer New Beginnings

    Spring training games offer much for the baseball world. They offer knowledge; they offer glimpses of the upcoming season; they offer looks at minor league up-and-comers; and they offer first looks at those recovering from injury...

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  17. Miguel Cabrera Needs Treatment Sooner Rather Than Later

    Miguel Cabrera was arrested last week and charged with suspicion of DUI and resisting officers without violence. This is not the first time Cabrera has had an incident related to alcohol use...

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  18. Philadelphia Phillies Pitching Rotation: Domination or Failure?

    As far as I can tell, there are only two options for the Phillies this season—domination or failure. Given the makeup of their pitching rotation, most observers are expecting domination...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 1,023 reads 8 comments

  19. Dale Earnhardt Jr And A Life Lived Under Pressure

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. has lived in the shadow of his father all of his life. From the time he started racing, he was known as little E. He then transitioned to just Jr. Lately, it's more Dale Jr...

    Deborah Horton Written by Deborah Horton about over 3 years ago 2,731 reads 8 comments