1. Chelsea's Falling Axe: Villas-Boas and London's New Henry VIII

    Ever since Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich took over Chelsea nearly a decade ago, the club has experienced a renaissance. Chelsea FC has brought in world-class players and won a few trophies, bagging the English Premier League title three times...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about over 2 years ago 717 reads 2 comments

  2. How to Follow the 2011 Roller Derby World Cup

    The first ever flat-track Roller Derby World Cup is set to start on Thursday, Dec 1 in Toronto, Canada. Team USA will field a roster of 28 women in the mix of a total of 13 countries overall...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about over 2 years ago 4,423 reads 5 comments

  3. Tony Romo Turns Cowboys-Jets into "Revis and Butt-Head" Show

    If you're into stats and only stats, then Tony Romo is the kind of quarterback you want to have on your team, possibly even your fantasy football team. But the game opener ended a bust...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 535 reads 0 comments

  4. 7 Reasons the Words "Carlos Tevez" Are Obsolete in Manchester

    Since his Fall 2009 transfer from Manchester United , Tevez has been a goal-scoring monster in Manchester City 's renaissance. But his stay has not been without constant rumor of his wish to move on...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 1,091 reads 1 comments

  5. Greg Maddux, Redux: A Look Back at a Pitching Favorite

    Greg Maddux played for four different Major League Baseball clubs and had a second stint with both the Cubs and the Dodgers ...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 629 reads 4 comments

  6. Chicago Cubs 2011: Like 162 Games Against the White Sox at Cellular Field

    Arriving at US Cellular Field, also known as The Cell, home of the Chicago White Sox , can be an ordeal for any Cubs fan...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 222 reads 0 comments

  7. If Carlos Zambrano Retires, 5 Smart Ways the Chicago Cubs Could Capitalize

    Maybe it was just one bad game too many. Maybe he's feeling altruistic. Maybe he's burnt out. Maybe it is just time to go. Carlos Zambrano made his mark with the Chicago Cubs and contributed a hell of a lot over the years...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 2,174 reads 4 comments

  8. Talismans of 'Tude: The 20 Biggest Attitude Problems in English Football

    The English Premier League is back again. And besides the goals, the amazing comebacks and the horse race for the title, this season should be no less exciting when it comes to players bringing swagger onto the pitch...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 489 reads 0 comments

  9. 7 Chicago Cubs Who Fans Would Rather See Lost on a Milk Carton

    The Chicago Cubs are out of contention, as is usual this time of year. With that and the last few seasons in mind, it appears that their will to win is permanently on the disabled list...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 6,105 reads 29 comments

  10. Manchester United's Most Pivotal Players: Legends from 1992 to Now

    People say it's the money. People say it's the club's size and history. But what really makes Manchester United unstoppable (most of the time) is the quality of its players...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 1,662 reads 4 comments

  11. Why Chicago Cubs Fans Remain Loyal

    As a voice in the crowd, I don't write much about Justin Bieber. I'm no aficionado of reality TV. So I wouldn't have much to say about the next politician's Twitter scandal, or what's happening on "The Real House Servants of Arnold Schwarzenegger...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 1,920 reads 17 comments

  12. The 30 Best Fans in Sports: How NFL, NBA, BCS, NHL and Other Sports Fire Us Up

    Being a sports fan involves a hell of a lot more than just showing up to a game. True fandom takes the form of near obsession when the season takes hold. Dads dress like their kids, people paint faces, pet owners dress their dogs in game shirts...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 9,239 reads 2 comments

  13. Philadelphia Fans: Rude and Crude but Most Excellent

    A couple of years ago, I spent New Years Day in Center City Philadelphia. Somehow, it was 65 degrees that day and the Mummers Day Parade was in full swing...

    Andy Frye Written by Andy Frye about almost 3 years ago 406 reads 0 comments