1. Memphis Grizzlies: Marc Gasol Proving to Be an Offensive Star

    The first two Grizzlies games may not be representative of the rest of the season, but they can certainly show us who has improved and in what ways...

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  2. College Football: Which Teams Are Contenders and Pretenders?

    We are six weeks into the college-football season, so we have basically seen what each team is made out of. While there are improvements and changes to be made, they probably won't be too drastic or controversial...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about 2 years ago 6,290 reads 76 comments

  3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Wins Aren't Always on the Scoreboard for Bucs

    The Buccaneers have opened up their schedule with a 1-2 record with losses to the Giants and Cowboys . By just looking at that, you'd think they have some serious work to do...

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  4. Tennessee Volunteers: Loss to Florida Could Set Vols Back to Square 1

    These past two years have been horribly disappointing for Tennessee fans. We've had the talent, the momentum and, for this game, the lead at one point. However, once again, we just could not hold on...

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  5. Tennessee Volunteers: Why the UF Game Is the Most Important

    Right now, it feels pretty good to be a Tennessee Volunteer. On Sunday, we woke up to the news that Tennessee was ranked No. 23 in both ESPN and the AP polls...

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  6. Tennessee Volunteers: Da'Rick Rogers Reportedly Transfers to Tennessee Tech

    To a lot of people, it was only a matter of time. After receiving an indefinite suspension from the team, Rogers has decided that his talents are suited best elsewhere, according to Austin Price of Volquest...

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  7. Tennessee Titans: How Jake Locker Changes the Dynamic of Titans' Offense

    The quarterback battle for the Titans is finally over. Mike Munchak announced Monday that he has chosen the up-and-coming Jake Locker as the starter over veteran Matt Hasselbeck ...

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  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Just How Good Can Blount, Martin and Smith Be?

    By now, you have probably heard the quote from LeGarrette Blount about his and Doug Martin 's abilities...

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  9. Best Rivalries in the NBA Today

    It goes without saying that the NBA 's rivalries have experienced some down years recently. I accredit it to the lack of physicality. Some say that teams have just gone through some bad years, so rivalries aren't as relevant...

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  10. Dallas Mavericks: Why the Mavs Will Miss the Playoffs Next Year

    In the midst of the NBA offseason, there have been some clear-cut winners and some clear-cut losers. Many people would put the Mavericks in the "winners" column. I agree with them...

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  11. Best Jersey in Each NBA Team's History

    There might not be a sports league whose teams change their looks more often than the NBA . Throughout its rich history, there have been some awesome uniforms. If you noticed, I wrote teams instead of franchises...

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  12. Memphis Grizzlies: What Should Fans Expect Next Season?

    There is no doubt that the Grizzlies are a dangerous team. Their starting five are arguably the most complete in the league, and that's not even factoring in their decent bench...

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  13. Tennessee Volunteers Football: Top Upsets in Volunteer History

    For all the disappointing losses Tennessee has experienced the past few years, we have had our fair shares of amazing upsets. After all, you really only need one thing to upset a heavy favorite—luck...

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  14. Memphis Grizzlies: Did Memphis Make a Mistake Selecting Tony Wroten Jr.?

    Memphis did not have a lot to lose on draft night. All we really needed was a shooting guard to replace O.J. Mayo, who did not live up to expectations. Hey, if he was a combo guard, that would be even better...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about over 2 years ago 2,801 reads 7 comments

  15. NBA Draft 2012: Jared Sullinger Will Prove the Doubters Wrong

    With the recent news that Sullinger was not invited to the draft, many people wondered if he would ever be able to prove himself in the NBA ...

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  16. LeBron James: Why I and Many Other Will Continue to Hate "King James"

    LeBron James played like a man with a mission in the playoffs, averaging more than 30 points a game and 10 rebounds en route to his first-ever title—much to the pleasure (or displeasure) of many...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about over 2 years ago 973 reads 9 comments

  17. Predicting the 2013 NBA Playoff Spots

    The NBA Finals are over, and with that came the end of the basketball season. LeBron James got his first ring, which either pleased or angered people. So goes another great NBA season (albeit shortened)...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about over 2 years ago 8,716 reads 7 comments

  18. NBA Trade Rumors: Pau to Grizzlies Makes No Sense, Won't Happen

    Lately, the talk has been about how the Lakers are determined to trade Pau Gasol , and one of the teams that is supposedly in the running is the Memphis Grizzlies...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about over 2 years ago 8,120 reads 2 comments

  19. NBA: David Stern Shows Us All Why He Is One of the Most Hated Figures in Sports

    "Was the fix in for the lottery?" "Have you stopped beating your wife yet?" As some would say, that escalated quickly...

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  20. 2012 NBA Finals: No Matter Who Wins It, We All Lose

    The first game of the NBA Finals is in the books, with the blahblah defeating the blahblah by the score of yadyada. Clearly you can see my excitement...

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  21. Memphis Grizzlies: All You Need to Know About Grizzlies' Sale to Robert Pera

    Current Grizzlies owner Michael Heisley has reportedly agreed to sell the Memphis Grizzlies to multimillionaire Robert Pera, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com...

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  22. College Football: 5 Teams We Love to Hate

    You know that team that always acts like it's better than everyone? The one that is so popular, but never lives up to expectations? Well this is a list of the five worst offenders...

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  23. Oklahoma City Thunder: Could the Thunder Really Beat Either the Celtics or Heat?

    The Oklahoma City Thunder punched their tickets to the NBA Finals last night, beating the Spurs in a 4-2 series, causing a lot of hype and commotion across the nation...

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  24. College Teams That Will Have the Best Defensive Lines for the 2012-2013 Season

    Football games are won in the trenches; that is a fact. The ability to both stop the run and the pass is important for every team, and it is why teams with excellent defensive lines almost always find themselves in BCS bowls...

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  25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: What Bucs Have to Do to Be Considered a Success in 2012

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made some great changes over the offseason to strengthen the team and reinvigorate the fans. They needed to after last season's performance. Tampa has had some up-and-down years lately regarding success...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Clint Eiland about over 2 years ago 2,928 reads 11 comments