1. Most Legit Workout Video Ever

    Forget what your Personal Trainer said. Forget those "helpful hints" that Men's Health tells you. If you wanna get BIG, get JACKED, get BROLIC, then check out this workout... THE MOST LEGIT WORKOUT EVER...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about over 6 years ago 132 reads 0 comments

  2. Brett Favre's Career Day Lifts Jets Past Cardinals

    Brett Favre has broken just about every NFL passing record you can imagine in his career. But never before did he throw six touchdown passes for the Green Bay Packers, like he did yesterday for the Jets...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about over 6 years ago 533 reads 4 comments

  3. Deja Vu - Mets Collapse Part 2

    Its the last week of the season, the New York Mets are again in the race for the final spot in the playoffs. They are playing the Florida Marlins again in the same Shea Stadium that they played in last year...

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  4. NBA Draft: New Jersey Nets, Looking to Land LeBron, Steal the Show

    Midway through a disappointing season, the Nets traded away one of the best point guards not just of my time, but of All-Time. New Jersey traded away Jason Kidd to the Mavericks for a first-round pick and young guard Devin Harris...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about almost 7 years ago 586 reads 0 comments

  5. College World Series: Fresno State's Glass Slipper Fits

    In one of the best College World Series I have ever seen, the Fresno State Bulldogs shocked the No. 8 Georgia Bulldogs in the rubber match of the best-of-three series Wednesday night, 6-1...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about almost 7 years ago 794 reads 3 comments

  6. America's Pastime: College Baseball

    It's April. Football season has been over for two months, and won't start up again for another four or five months. Basketball and hockey are both ending their regular seasons and beginning their playoffs...

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  7. Mets Woes: Not in a New York State of Mind

    Two weeks into the season and who would have thought that the Florida Marlins would be in first place in the National League East. The Mets are a game under .500 at 5-6 to start the season...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about almost 7 years ago 502 reads 1 comments

  8. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 7 of 7

    This is the last of my seven-part series of predictions on the upcoming MLB season. In this part of the series, I will give my playoff predictions and award winners for the year...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about almost 7 years ago 667 reads 3 comments

  9. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 6 of 7

    The American League West is the smallest division in baseball with only four teams, and it has been dominated by the Angels for the past couple of years. They have been at or around the top of the division since their World Series win in 2002...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 1,005 reads 1 comments

  10. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 5 of 7

    American League Central The American League Central looked at the start of last year to be one of the more competitive divisions in baseball...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 2,851 reads 5 comments

  11. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 4 of 7

    American League EastThe American League has been the most exciting division to watch, just because of the ongoing hatred between the Red Sox and the Yankees...

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  12. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 3 of 7

    National League West The National League West I think was by far the most competitive and exciting division in baseball last year...

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  13. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 2 of 7

    National League Central DivisionThe Central Division brought one of the biggest surprise teams of the year in Milwaukee. They had the Rookie of the Year at third base in Ryan Braun, as well as good young players and pitchers...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 2,509 reads 2 comments

  14. 2008 Major League Baseball Predictions: Part 1 of 7

    This is part one of a seven-part series of the predictions of the upcoming 2008 MLB season. The first part will be a preview of the National League East. Last year, the Mets were the front-runner the whole season, until the last month...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 7,506 reads 10 comments

  15. NBA Power Rankings: Midseason Report

    We have made it to the NBA All-Star Break, and there have been some surprises so far this year. The first is the play of the young Portland Trail Blazers...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 673 reads 0 comments

  16. Raptors-Nets: New Jersey Heads into All-Star Break Uncertain

    Amidst rumors that Devean George has blocked the possible trade of Nets PG Jason Kidd to the Dallas Mavericks, the Nets played their final game of the first half of the season last night in Toronto against the Raptors...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 487 reads 0 comments

  17. Nets-Timberwolves: New Jersey Slumps, Al Jefferson Soars

    The New Jersey Nets seem to have found new ways to lose games over the course of their recent nine game losing streak. Last night they lost in stunning fashion to the 8-35 Minnesota Timberwolves, 98-95...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 714 reads 0 comments

  18. New Nets Needed: Time to Rebuild in East Rutherford

    The New Jersey Nets just finished losing their 8th straight tonight to the Nuggets 100-85. Can somebody say meltdown? The problem with the Nets has never been their ability to but the ball in the basket, but stopping the other team from doing so...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 654 reads 2 comments

  19. NHL Power Rankings: Midseason Edition

    This has been a very entertaining first half of the NHL season. There was an outdoor NHL hockey game in the United States for the first time ever, and people actually went to it...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 1,074 reads 2 comments

  20. NFL Roundup: Tom Brady's Boot, LT's Pout, and Philip Rivers' Choice

    With all of the focus being put on "Brady's Boot," Primetime calling out LT about not playing in the big game, and Philip Rivers playing even more hurt then we thought—I have something to say...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 1,298 reads 2 comments

  21. Steroids in the NFL: Why Are We Turning the Other Cheek?

    With all the attention paid to Roger Clemens and the Congressional Hearings in baseball it got me thinking, why are we not placing the NFL under the same critical lens? Since 2002 more than ...

    John Meadus Written by John Meadus about 7 years ago 897 reads 1 comments