1. Road To Redemption Begins For Gary Matthews and Louisville Bats Alike

    As the long and trying grind of a professional baseball season begins to take its toll, it is inevitable that a crop of players—talented as they may be—simply cannot cut it for a team hoping to contend...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 4 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  2. Final Chapter to a Sorry Saga for Binghamton Basketball

    By in large, the basketball teams that comprise the America East Conference aren’t the ones typically associated with the pageantry and lore that come with major college basketball programs...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about almost 5 years ago 685 reads 8 comments

  3. Why Duke-North Carolina Isn't Necessarily the Best College Hoops Rivalry

    As sports fans, we are presented with certain things that are inalienable and sacred truths, especially in the modern age of media where every facet of any sport is manifested into some sort of ranking or list...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about almost 5 years ago 2,097 reads 35 comments

  4. The Curious Case of Sebastian Telfair: From NYC Phenom to NBA Bust

    "Watch Me Now." It was a headline that came off as something much more, along the lines of a statement or proclamation, boldly placed on the cover of the most well-known and widely-read sports magazine in the world...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about almost 5 years ago 8,846 reads 6 comments

  5. College Basketball's Top 25 Programs of the Last Decade

    With the completion of the 2008-2009 college basketball season, we have seen a champion of the sport crowned in every year this decade, a 10-year span that has now come to a close...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 24,447 reads 37 comments

  6. A Tale of Patience and Perseverance: The Rich Brooks Saga at Kentucky

    Throughout time, big time athletics have been a young man's game. The people who compete in the highest levels of sport are young enough to be in the physical prime of their life, and have yet ...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 667 reads 2 comments

  7. The Perpetual Struggles of Five MLB Teams Wondering If Next Year Will Ever Come

    In the midst of the All-Star Break and with the MLB trade deadline fast approaching, baseball fans are given time to look back at the first half of the season...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 496 reads 3 comments

  8. X's, O's, and Rick Pitino: Sizing Up the Big East Basketball Coaches

    From its inception as a seven team league in 1979, the Big East has transformed into an entity that is widely regarded as the best college basketball conference in the country year in and year out...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 2,363 reads 5 comments

  9. Make-or-Break Year Approaching for Louisville's Steve Kragthorpe

    When Louisville Athletic Director Tom Jurich turned to good friend Steve Kragthorpe to take over as the head coach of the Cardinals' football program back in January of 2007, the basketball-minded ...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 925 reads 3 comments

  10. Re-evaluating the 2005 NBA Draft

    It's usually best to look at NBA Draft classes a few years after the picks are made, say three or four years after the fact...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 507 reads 4 comments

  11. Sports TV In Excess

    We as sports fans are a demanding type, and that is no slight to any one of us. Our passion and enthusiasm for the games and teams that we follow inadvertently translates to a constant need for the most up-to-date news and scores...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 59 reads 0 comments

  12. John Calipari: The Incredible Teflon Coach

    We live in a different world of college athletics today than our parents and grandparents did decades and generations ago...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about 5 years ago 211 reads 0 comments

  13. Why Cover Sports?

    Last night in a dining hall in my dorm building, I was talking with a group of friends about the upcoming NFL season, each of us throwing verbal jabs at one another and making our wildest prognostications at what may unfold over these next four months...

    Craig Meyer Written by Craig Meyer about almost 6 years ago 70 reads 0 comments