1. Boxing Prospects, a Night Club, and De La Hoya. This Won't End Well

    As you already know, Oscar De La Hoya is retired from boxing. Unfortunately, that won’t stop him from coming up with really bad ideas for boxing. Remember the failed show, The Next Great Champ? Yeah, pretty big flop...

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  2. Meet SJ's Own Hooters Girl: Grace Espinosa

    We all know that Hooters (the restaurant/bar, that is) and sports go together. Well, one of our own members is intimately involved with both. She is a finalist in the Hooters 2009 Calendar Girl Of The Year contest...

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  3. People I Can Do Without at a Baseball Game

    As I was sitting at the Diamondbacks game last night against the Nationals, I was growing more and more agitated as the D-backs left more and more men on base. So, I found even the little things were agitating me...

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  4. A New Reason Bert Blyleven Belongs in Cooperstown

    If Bert Blyleven’s 22-season career doesn’t punch his ticket to the Hall of Fame (3.31 ERA, 60 shutouts, 3,701 strikeouts—6.7 K’s per nine—4,970 innings pitched, 287 wins, 242 complete games, a ...

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  5. Memo to the NBA: Grown Men SHOULD Play Rough

    It's happened. I was hoping it wouldn't, but deep down I knew it would. Sports reflect society. Since America has become a society of "feelings-on-the-sleeve" wussies, American sports have followed suit...

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  6. Training Log: The Anvil of Crom, Day 14

    INSPIRATION: JOHN PASCO Today’s Colin Timberlake Training Inspiration is a man who, in the vein of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lee Haney, trains with intensity and focus...

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  7. Baseball Says Goodbye to Dom DiMaggio

    Dominic DiMaggio, who spent time as a Boston Red Sox center fielder but was overshadowed by his older brother Joe, passed away Friday at his Massachusetts home...

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  8. Rick Pitino Is Determined To Prove He Can Be Successful In The NBA

    How determined? He's so determined to prove that he can coach in the NBA that he has reportedly thrown his hat in the ring for the Sacramento King's job...

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  9. Renardo Sidney: Blue Chips Redux

    A golden rule, in my opinion, is that Hollywood should not remake a movie until at least 20 years have passed since the original release...

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  10. Training Log | Anvil of Crom | Inspiration: Sergio Oliva

    Today’s Colin Timberlake training inspiration is one of the founding fathers of professional bodybuilding, the man who sat atop the throne of the sport before the ascent of Arnold Schwarzenegger...

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  11. Report: Melvin To Go By Morning

    The Arizona Diamondbacks, who lost yet another road game this afternoon, 4-3 in 10 innings to the San Diego Padres, now need to get used to the talk that manager Bob Melvin will be fired...

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  12. Lakers-Rockets: Oh, What a night!

    Oh, what a night—for physical playoff basketball! I'm referring to Wednesday night's Game 2 of the Lakers-Rockets series. The trash-talking, in-game and post-game tough-guy innuendos, and faux "sabre rattling" were also outstanding...

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  13. Sports Jabber Presents Ben Malcolmson of USC

    The name may not be readily identifiable, but his program is synonymous with college football excellence. Love them or hate them, the USC Trojans are one of the most successful college football ...

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  14. NHL: Two Minutes, Too Much?

    One of the penalties I, along with many others, hate is rule 63 (delaying the game). More specifically, the part that talks about a player receiving a penalty for shooting the puck over the glass...

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  15. Brett Favre Is At It Again

    Brett Favre retired for a second time following the 2008 season, after a mediocre season performance with the New York Jets. But as the 2009 season grows nearer, he’s getting the itch to play again...

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  16. Bodybuilding and Fitness Review: Issue 1

    WELCOME to the BODYBUILDING and FITNESS REVIEW This post marks the first edition of the Bodybuilding and Fitness Review here at Colin Timberlake...

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  17. Left Turn Louie: Too Much Busch

    I never thought I’d say this, but I’ve had my fill of Busch. Every time I turn…uhhh…left, there’s…well…Busch. Busch, Busch, Busch, Busch...

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  18. The Urban Legend: SEC Football Elitists Propagate Illusion of Superiority

    When you surf the web for the latest in college football news, it doesn’t take long to stumble upon a fresh dropping of SEC propaganda. The latest offering was contributed by Jeff Fowler of the Orlando Sentinel...

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  19. Security At the Yankees' New Stadium Is Tight, Just Ask Paul O'Neill

    A couple of weeks ago, we were all over the Mets for their treatment of Dwight Gooden’s autograph on a wall in Citi Field. Well, the other team in New York will not be outdone by anyone, especially the Mets...

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  20. Inspiration, Wayne Gretzky: The Training Log, the Anvil of Crom

    Today’s training inspiration is quite possibly not only the most talented individual to ever play hockey, but also the most talented and dominant individual to ever play any sport…ever...

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  21. Arizona Diamondbacks: It's Too Late to be Early

    Every year when a team gets off to a rocky start in any sport, except maybe football, a normal excuse you’ll hear is that it's still early. You’ll hear this more often than not in major league baseball because of the 162-game season...

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  22. KING JAMES WINS MVP AWARD

    According to AP reports, Lebron James was named the NBA’s MVP today at 4:00pm. The announcement was made at a press conference held at James’ alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio...

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  23. Carl Crawford Is Pretty Sneaky

    Carl Crawford went 4-for-4 with an RBI this Sunday, but did something even more incredible. He stole six bases. In one game. We all know what a thief Crawford is, but geez. No one has done something this awesome on the base paths for 18 years...

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  24. SJ's NBA Playoff Preview - Round 2

    Eight teams left. Eight sets of dreams still alive. However, the bottom line hasn't changed since before the first round began. That is...the 2009 NBA Championship trophy will reside in either Cleveland or Los Angeles...

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  25. Arizona Diamondbacks: Walk This Way

    The Arizona Diamondbacks may have found a way to win without hitting. They walk...and walk...and walk. We can complain about the lack of hitting all we want and trust me, I do my fair share. However, this team has been showing a propensity to walk, a lot.

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