1. Tar Heel Draft: Why Kendall Marshall Holds All the Cards, Even in the Offseason

    The last twenty-four hours have numbed some of the pain (or not) and forced North Carolina’s five potential lottery picks to begin thinking about next year, and the rest of their lives...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 2 years ago 3,769 reads 2 comments

  2. LeBron James' Season Ends: Does Race Play a Role in the Fan Divide?

    As LeBron James walked off the court last night, still ring-less and now 2-8 in NBA Finals games, most of America celebrated...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about 3 years ago 325 reads 0 comments

  3. Seattle Mariners: Safeco Field and Ichiro Not the Draw They Once Were

    The Mariners entered Monday’s series opener with the Toronto Blue Jays on a seven-game losing streak since opening the season 2-0...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 464 reads 1 comments

  4. Tiger Woods' Masters and the Rightful Role of Athletes as Role Models

    Recently, ESPN’s Bill Simmons took on the difficult topic of Tiger Woods and what his recent personal troubles mean to us—and what they should mean...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 758 reads 6 comments

  5. Michael Pineda's Debut: Imperfect but Promising for the Seattle Mariners

    When he got ahead, he dominated. When he fell behind, he got roughed up. There is a reason the above could describe any pitcher, from Roy Halladay to Bartolo Colon, but it was especially true of Michael Pineda in his MLB debut tonight...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 157 reads 0 comments

  6. NBA Draft 2011: Why All Three North Carolina Draft Prospects Will Return in 2012

    Let me get this out of the way. I went to UNC, graduated in 2010 and apart from family, friends and the game of baseball, there is little I love more than the North Carolina Tar Heels...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 120 reads 58 comments

  7. NBA Draft: Projecting the Duke Blue Devils' Draft and NBA Prospects

    The Duke season is over, which marks the end of a career for Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler. Kyrie Irving and, so say experts, Mason Plumlee could also make the jump to the pros...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 1,926 reads 0 comments

  8. NIT: Washington State's Casto Reinstated: What to Learn from AD Bill Moos

    Washington State power forward Deangelo Casto could have completed the trifecta. Hours ago, he was set to become the third of Washington State’s three best basketball players ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 485 reads 3 comments

  9. Seattle Mariners' Middle Infield: Previewing the 2011 Season

    As the persistent Arizona sun beats down on the backs of the 2011 Seattle Mariners , the biggest question in the minds of fans—besides "when oh when will we be relevant again­?" —is when Dustin Ackley will be ready for the Show...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 847 reads 2 comments

  10. 2011 ACC Tournament: Two Keys to Taking Down the Duke Blue Devils

    The UNC Tar Heels won the ACC ( Keys to Beating the Heels ), but it almost feels like Duke is still the favorite in this weekend's ACC Tournament...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 378 reads 1 comments

  11. 2011 ACC Tournament: Two Keys to Taking Down the North Carolina Tar Heels

    The UNC Tar Heels have won the ACC, leaving Duke and every other team in the ACC wondering: how do we beat them (and How do we beat Duke )? Two multifaceted and interconnected ...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 555 reads 6 comments

  12. NCAA Student-Athletes and Criminal History: An Analysis of SI and CBS's Study

    Sports Illustrated recently published an article based on its joint study with CBS into the criminal backgrounds of college athletes...

    David Martin Written by David Martin about over 3 years ago 1,802 reads 0 comments