1. WWE Draft Preview: Old Faces in New Places, Part One

    In three short weeks, one of the most anticipated episodes of RAW will hit television sets across the WWE Universe...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 1,352 reads 13 comments

  2. The Right and Wrong Directions for Jack Swagger's Push

    *Warning: This article contains spoilers for Friday night's episode of Smackdown** When Jack Swagger overcame nine other Superstars to win this year's Money in the Bank match at Wrestlemania, ...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 2,146 reads 11 comments

  3. The Perfect Goodbye: Shawn Michaels Brings Historic Career To a Close

    Like thousands of WWE fans around the world, I couldn't take my eyes off the screen as Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker entered the ring at University of Phoenix Stadium Sunday night...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 3,221 reads 12 comments

  4. A Two-Pronged Look Ahead to WrestleMania 26

    In two short days, the 26th installment of professional wrestling's biggest event, Wrestlemania, kicks off from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 1,172 reads 12 comments

  5. 2010 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Ndamukong Suh Gets Nod At No. 1

    Now that the free agency storm has subsided, the 2010 NFL Draft has a completely different look. Instead of speculating as to what each team will do, this mock draft series takes a look at what each team should do...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 1,112 reads 3 comments

  6. 2010 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: Ndamukong Suh, Not Sam Bradford, the Answer at No. 1

    Every spring, hundreds of mock drafts are thrown about in an attempt to predict what the big boys running the NFL's 32 teams will do when the NFL Draft finally arrives in late April...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 1,775 reads 8 comments

  7. No. 1 or Not, Sam Bradford Headed for Matt Leinart-Like Career

    Leading a big-time college football program to multiple BCS bowls and racking up personal accolades along the way is great...in college. This type of success doesn't guarantee pro success, though—ask Jason White, Chris Weinke or Danny Wuerffel...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 303 reads 3 comments

  8. Five Teams the Big Ten Should Target for Expansion

    The cries for Big Ten expansion go back a couple of years when Penn State's Joe Paterno said the conference was at a major disadvantage with only 11 members. Paterno's point is a valid one...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 4,341 reads 14 comments

  9. 2009: The Best-Ever Case for a Major College Football Playoff

    In the 12 seasons the Bowl Championship Series has been in use, nine national title games have been surrounded by some level of controversy. For something that was supposed to eliminate all controversy, it has seemingly only created more...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 148 reads 1 comments

  10. Five Coaches Who Have What Notre Dame Football Needs

    When Bob Davie took over for Lou Holtz before the 1997 NCAA football season, nobody knew it was effectively the end of Notre Dame's reign amongst the nation's elite college football programs...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 2,663 reads 17 comments

  11. Quiet Offseason Not The Doctor's Order in Boston

    Keeping up with the Joneses becomes an even tougher task when your hated next-door neighbor cruised through the defending world champs on their way to a World Series victory...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 4 years ago 262 reads 0 comments

  12. What the NFL Can Learn from European Football

    For the first time in what seems like forever, there are a plethora of bad teams in the NFL. Parity surely hasn't died (see: Cincinnati Bengals), but a chasm may be developing. Maybe the NFL is getting a little too convoluted...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about almost 5 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  13. Punishment Not Fitting For Blount's Actions

    The punch LeGarrette Blount delivered to the chin of Boise State's Byron Hout was suspension-worthy. His actions afterward were worthy of a much more severe punishment. There is no doubt Blount should have been suspended for cold-cocking Hout after No...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about almost 5 years ago 717 reads 13 comments

  14. Phillies Fans: Prepare For Second Consecutive October Celebration

    In Major League Baseball, defending a World Series title is a tall order. Few teams are up to the task while many more fall short of defending their crown. As the sun rose Wednesday, the Phillies were among the favorites to win the National League pennant

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about almost 6 years ago 85 reads 1 comments

  15. Head of Bench Not the Only Change Needed at Stamford Bridge

    After a season that included silverware in the form of the FA Cup, a semi-final appearance in the UEFA Champions League and 83 points in the Barclays English Premier League, resting on your laurels may be an acceptable practice...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about 5 years ago 283 reads 3 comments

  16. Why the Orlando Magic Will Beat The Los Angeles Lakers

    The 2009 NBA Finals were set before the playoffs began, in the minds of many. Kobe Bryant would lead his Los Angeles Lakers into battle against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that was that...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about 5 years ago 1,254 reads 7 comments

  17. Manny Ramirez's Positive Drug Test: The Painful, Overlooked Truth

    I came home from work today and my roommate, Mike, informed me of the news: Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Manny Ramirez had been suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball for failing a drug test...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about 5 years ago 254 reads 2 comments

  18. 2009 NFL draft - The Way It SHOULD Happen

    Mock drafts may be the most readily available sports analysis on the internet. Despite the vast inaccuracies of mock drafts, countless versions are pumped out by countless writers, analysts, and bloggers...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 429 reads 1 comments

  19. Small Personnel Holes Create Draft-Day Flexibility for Baltimore Ravens

    When it comes to the first round of the NFL Draft, there are few with a better track record than Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome. After taking over the position in 2002, Newsome made University of Miami safety Ed Reed his first draft choice...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 508 reads 1 comments

  20. Parity: College Basketball's Biggest Myth

    This year was supposed to be different. The 2009 NCAA tournament was ballyhooed for its balance. So many different teams were supposed to be dangerous. These teams were supposed to be legitimate threats for a trip to Ford Field...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 204 reads 3 comments

  21. It's Tournament Time! The 2009 NCAA Tournament by the Numbers

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  22. Wisconsin Badgers: Tall Task Lies Ahead in NCAA Tournament

    After a year in which lofty expectations and a high NCAA tournament seed were not met, the Wisconsin Badgers weren't seen as a threat to the Big Ten throne in 2008-09...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 298 reads 0 comments

  23. The Terrell Owens Sweepstakes: Five Teams That Need Him

    When a player of Terrell Owens' skill level hits the open market, teams are usually tripping over themselves to get an offer sent to the player's agent. But considering the player in question is T...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 3,694 reads 24 comments

  24. Heart, Swagger Return to Ravens' Defense As Baltimore Re-Signs Ray Lewis

    The thought of Ray Lewis lining up without the purple, black, and gold 52 on his jersey seemed awkward and uncomfortable, especially for Ravens fans...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 92 reads 0 comments

  25. Winners, Losers from the 2006 NFL Draft

    Since there are all too many "Winners and Losers" articles after this past weekend's NFL Combine, I will take late-February draft analysis in a much different direction...

    Josh Brewer Written by Josh Brewer about over 5 years ago 668 reads 3 comments