1. Olympic Medal Count: Countries That Will Make a Late Push

    You would be hard pressed to convince me, or anyone for that matter, that the 2012 Olympics will be won by anyone other than China or the United States...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about almost 2 years ago 1,630 reads 0 comments

  2. Olympic Diving 2012: Bold Predictions for 10m Platform

    A sport which was dominated by the United States for much of the twentieth century now struggles to find intrigue or even competition in London's games. The Olympic diving platform has been mostly a one-sided affair for the past 100 years...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about almost 2 years ago 610 reads 0 comments

  3. Ranking the AL East's Best Bullpen Arms Right Now

    With more than 1,400 innings of baseball to be played by each MLB team every year, it's not always possible to catch them all...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about almost 2 years ago 628 reads 3 comments

  4. AL East: Why New York Yankees Lead MLB's Most Competitive Division

    If you told me during Spring Training that the Yankees would own baseball’s best record and the largest divisional lead through 91 games, I would have had my reasonable doubts...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about almost 2 years ago 1,059 reads 4 comments

  5. Why the Los Angeles Lakers Are the Best Fit for Dwight Howard

    If it weren't for a guy named LeBron, we could likely label Dwight Howard 's expiring contract as the most magnified move in recent NBA history...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about almost 2 years ago 1,853 reads 4 comments

  6. MLB 2012: Midseason Awards

    The first half of the 2012 MLB season has featured a multitude of compelling storylines. From Jamie Moyer to Bryce Harper; R.A...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 1,939 reads 6 comments

  7. NBA Draft 2012: 3 Good Reasons Austin Rivers Is Worth a Risk in the Top 6

    Less than 12 months ago, Austin Rivers graduated Winter Park High School as a back-to-back state champion and college basketball’s most sought-after prospect...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 1,598 reads 15 comments

  8. NBA Finals 2012: LeBron's Cramps and the Play That Won Game 4

    Pivotal Game Four of the 2012 NBA Finals produced a plethora of intriguing story lines that have gone widely unnoticed thanks to LeBron James ' right calf muscle...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 1,676 reads 0 comments

  9. 3 Obstacles Standing Between the New York Yankees and Title No. 28

    Coming off of a three-game sweep of baseball's sweetheart team in Washington , the Yankees have vaulted to the top of nearly every version of MLB 's power rankings. New York's first 10-game winning streak since 2009 (the year they won No...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 500 reads 6 comments

  10. Weekend Preview: New York Yankees at Washington Nationals

    The last time New York and Washington faced off in 2009, the Nationals were a last-place team and Chien-Ming Wang was a Yankee. This time around, things are a little different...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 660 reads 5 comments

  11. Love Him or Hate Him, LeBron James Is One of a Kind

    In a recent column on ESPN.com, Rick Reilly broke down the public perception of LeBron James to a tee. He eloquently detailed the many reasons as to why this year's league MVP might be the most unpopular player in the NBA...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 838 reads 0 comments

  12. Evaluating Washington Wizards' Options with Third Overall Pick

    Amazingly it took a season-ending, six-game winning streak for the Wizards to reach a disappointing 20-46 record in 2011-2012...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 3,704 reads 9 comments

  13. 3 Good Reasons the Washington Nationals Will Make the Playoffs

    Entering the 2012 MLB season, cautious optimism surrounded the nation's capital. Questions about an injured ace and inconsistent lineup left fans of the Nationals hesitant to make any bold predictions or lofty projections for the inexperienced team...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about 2 years ago 817 reads 2 comments

  14. New York Yankees: 5 Bold Predictions for the 2012 Season

    Overall, the 2011 season was a failure for the Yankees. Because in New York, 97 wins and a division title simply don't serve as any sort of consolation. Not for the 27-time World Series Champions...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 2,179 reads 4 comments

  15. MLB 2012: Predictions and World Series Chances for All 30 MLB Teams

    Enough is enough. Tim Tebow had his time and Jeremy Lin might be the most recognizable person on planet earth at the moment. But it is time to talk baseball...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 7,283 reads 12 comments

  16. Redskins Quarterback 2012: Peyton Manning, RG3, or Rex Grossman?

    Less than 10 days into the NFL offseason, we have a quarterback controversy in the nation’s capital. At least this time around, John Beck is not the front-runner for the job...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 4,251 reads 32 comments

  17. Super Bowl XLVI: The Worst Play That Never Was

    The hole was enormous, and the stage could not have possibly been greater. Cringes covered the face of an entire fan base as Ahmad Bradshaw fell awkwardly backwards into the end zone...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 744 reads 2 comments

  18. John Wall: 4 Reasons the Washington Wizards Point Guard Is Still a Future MVP

    After an embarrassing 4-17 start to the Wizards ’ 2011-2012 season, it comes as no surprise that franchise centerpiece, John Wall , is taking much of the heat for the team's troubles...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 185 reads 14 comments

  19. Joe Paterno Legacy: Tantalizing or Tarnished in Wake of Scandal?

    In an era where scandal and controversy trump all, the recent passing of Joe Paterno marks the end of a legacy so monumental not even Jerry Sandusky can bring it down...

    Colin Kennedy Written by Colin Kennedy about over 2 years ago 454 reads 0 comments