1. NCAA Trick Play of the Day: A Trick Play Could Decide the Championship for LSU

    The NCAA football Division I championship (Yes, I'm not going to acknowledge the FBS or whatever it's official name is these days) is coming up on Monday...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 331 reads 1 comments

  2. Sporting Events Fans Around the World Can Look Forward to in 2012

    As the 2011 sporting year comes to a close, there are numerous events that sports fans around the world can look at and positively reflect on. Hopefully, 2012 won't disappoint and will be another great year for sports fans...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 1,094 reads 1 comments

  3. Can Brady Catch Brees?

    Earlier tonight, Drew Brees surpassed Dan Marino to set the all-time record for passing yards in a season. This is a huge accomplishment, and Brees has certainly earned all the accolades...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 3,414 reads 32 comments

  4. The 6 Fattest Coaches in the NCAA and NFL

    Romeo Crennel is definitely one of the biggest coaches in the NFL . The current interim-head coach of the Chiefs previously coached for the Cleveland Browns...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 2,426 reads 0 comments

  5. How Floyd Mayweather's Jail Sentence Affects the Manny Pacquiao Fight

    Floyd Mayweather is facing 90 days in jail, and he'll surrender to the police on January 6th. So if he serves the full 90 days (I'm not sure how good behavior works in Nevada) he'll be out in early April...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 1,664 reads 3 comments

  6. Could the Philadelphia Eagles Actually Make the 2011 NFL Playoffs?

    The Philadelphia Eagles currently stand at 6-8, which is a massive disappointment. Going into the season, you probably would've been surprised if, with two games left in the season, the Eagles only had 10 wins...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about almost 3 years ago 1,074 reads 2 comments

  7. Fantasy 2011 Season Recap: Best Waiver-Wire Pickups of the Year

    Throughout the fantasy season, every team goes through numerous ups and downs. Players get hurt or lose playing time, running backs see fewer carries, receivers fewer targets, and so on...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 3,574 reads 16 comments

  8. Patriots vs. Broncos: Why Tom Brady and the Patriots Will Stop Tim Tebow

    I have to admit, watching ESPN is getting pretty darn hard for me these days. It seems that literally every single story either is about NBA free agency, or, ESPN's golden boy, Tim Tebow ...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 465 reads 3 comments

  9. Week 13 Waiver Wire: Quarterback Pickups You Need to Make

    We've hit the point in the fantasy football season when every team has had to deal with some injury or another...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 535 reads 0 comments

  10. Why Tim Tebow is a Better NFL Quarterback Than Cam Newton

    The first thing I want to say before I get to why Tim Tebow is better than Cam Newton is that I do not like either guy. I don't like Tebow's playing style and I believe he'll ultimately end up getting hurt from the amount of touches he has per game...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 1,696 reads 34 comments

  11. Week 13 Waiver Wire: 4 Sleepers You Need to Pick Up

    With the fantasy playoffs on the horizon, everyone is looking for that last sleeper that will either help them get into the playoffs or help them make a push for their league championship...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 1,992 reads 0 comments

  12. Saul Alvarez: Why Canelo Is Ready for a Fight with Floyd Mayweather

    After just getting through watching Saul "Canelo" Alvarez's fight against the hard-punching Kermit Cintron, which ended in a fifth-round knockout victory for Canelo, I couldn't help but be extremely impressed by the young Mexican...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 2,259 reads 8 comments

  13. NFL Week 12 Waiver Wire: Sleeper Pickups You Need to Make

    Come Week 12 of the NFL season, most of us are scrambling to replace our injured players with quality fill-ins so that we can make that final push and get into the fantasy playoffs...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 2,157 reads 0 comments

  14. The Curious Case of the Philadelphia Eagles

    The Philadelphia Eagles are perhaps the most enigmatic team in recent sports history. Through 10 games this season, they've blown five 4th-quarter leads...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  15. Why the Dallas Cowboys Can Make a Super Bowl Run

    First, before anyone comments that I'm an insane Dallas Cowboy fan who is supremely biased, I have no affiliation with the Dallas Cowboys whatsoever; I'm a Miami Dolphins fan...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 1,576 reads 26 comments

  16. The 10 Craziest Athletes in Sports History

    Throughout the history of sports, there have been some wild, crazy personalities in every sport you can think of. You have your athletes who have said some insane things and others who acted in ways that still are an enigma to sane people...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 5,095 reads 3 comments

  17. Tiger Woods: Why He Shouldn't Be Criticized for Picking Up Caddy Joe LaCava

    Much has been made over the past months about Tiger Woods ' decision to hire Joe LaCava, a caddy who has been on the PGA Tour for over 25 years and was most recently with top pro Dustin Johnson...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 936 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA Lockout: How Fans Are the Real Victims

    It seems every single time I turn on ESPN these days, a new breaking news update details some brand new development in the NBA lockout situation. Quite frankly, I'm sick of it...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 355 reads 0 comments

  19. Pacquiao vs. Marquez Aftermath: Why Floyd Mayweather Will Finally Fight Manny

    Wow, what a tremendous fight! After sitting through 12 rounds of tactical mastery by two of the best fighters of the past few decades—Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez—I'm still in disbelief...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 1,660 reads 2 comments

  20. The 5 Biggest Stars in Boxing Today

    Half a century ago, boxing was perhaps the biggest sport in the world. If you were a champion in one of the eight weight classes, you were famous—plain and simple...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 1,022 reads 0 comments

  21. Mayweather-Pacquiao: 5 Reasons They'll Finally Fight

    According to ESPN, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. has advised his manager Leonard Ellerbe to once again seek out a fight with Filipino star Manny Pacquiao, which is very encouraging...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 57 reads 11 comments

  22. The 5 Most Devastating Hits in NFL History

    Over the past 40 years or so in the NFL , there have been some amazingly hard, brutal hits, some legal and some not. As players continue to get bigger, faster and stronger, the hard hits will come with greater and greater frequency...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 13,142 reads 30 comments

  23. Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez: Who Did You Have Winning Their 2 Fights?

    I just recently sat down and scored both the Pacquiao-Marquez fights, from both 2004 and 2008. In the first fight, I had Pacquiao winning by a narrow decision of 113-112...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 879 reads 6 comments

  24. The Best Referees in Boxing

    The primary job of a referee in boxing is to have control over the fighters and justly enforce the rules to ensure a fair contest. In the past couple of months, We have seen some pretty awful jobs by referees...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 10,436 reads 3 comments

  25. Why Manny Pacquiao Is Still the No. 1 Fighter in the World Today

    Since Floyd Mayweather 's controversial, (and egregiously unsportsmanlike) victory over Victor Ortiz last Saturday, I have seen many people elevating him to No.1 Pound for Pound status over Manny Pacquiao...

    Ralph Longo Written by Ralph Longo about 3 years ago 2,370 reads 13 comments