1. Auburn vs. Alabama: Postgame Grades from the Tigers' Loss vs. Crimson Tide

    No. 2 Alabama clinched the SEC West title and a spot in the conference championship game next weekend against Georgia with a dominant 49-0 win over Auburn in the Iron Bowl. The Tide completely rolled over the Tigers...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 3,810 reads 12 comments

  2. Oklahoma Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Sooners' Win vs. West Virginia

    Oklahoma survived a classic Big 12 shootout in Morgantown, 50-49 over West Virginia. Several records were obliterated along the way in a game that featured video game numbers on offense...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 2,356 reads 14 comments

  3. Oklahoma vs. West Virginia: Live Scores, Analysis and Results

    Oklahoma 50, West Virginia 49—FINAL Oklahoma survived a classic Big 12 shootout in Morgantown, 50-49 over West Virginia. Several records were obliterated along the way in a game that featured video game numbers on offense...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 9,181 reads 10 comments

  4. NL MVP: Why Yadier Molina Is More Valuable Than Buster Posey

    Buster Posey beat out Yadier Molina for the Major League Baseball National League MVP award for the same reason that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures can be found at garage sales...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 1,600 reads 6 comments

  5. 10 Best MLB Postseason Superstitions

    MLB players are always a superstitious group, but they take it to new extremes during the postseason. Not stepping on foul lines and avoiding pitchers during a no-hitter are standard practices now...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 3,263 reads 2 comments

  6. 2012 NLDS: Who Has the Edge in Nationals vs. Cardinals Game 5?

    A walk-off home run by Jayson Werth sent the Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals into a Game 5 elimination set for Friday night...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 2,975 reads 9 comments

  7. Fantasy Baseball: 2012 Busts Who Will Make Huge Comebacks in 2013

    Several fantasy baseball busts in 2012 will make great draft day steals in 2013. This is because fantasy baseball owners treat their players like high school boys treat girls...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 4,085 reads 0 comments

  8. Every MLB Team's Top Fantasy Stud

    Fantasy baseball moves into the rear view mirror as October baseball heats up. Before you rush off to make your early 2013 rankings, let's take a look back at who got it done in 2012...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 1,678 reads 5 comments

  9. Fantasy Baseball: Why You Must Trust What You've Done All Year During the Finals

    Congratulations! You are reading this message because you advanced to your fantasy baseball championship. Six months of scouting, ranking, drafting, sitting, starting, trading and waiver wire scouring brought you here...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about almost 2 years ago 746 reads 0 comments

  10. 10 Sleepers You Must Start During Fantasy Baseball Championship Week

    Fantasy baseball championships hang in the balance of the decisions you make over the next two weeks. Who you choose to sit and start over the next 16 days will determine if the last six months produce a sweet or sour result...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 2,232 reads 0 comments

  11. Fantasy Baseball: 8 'Rookie' Mistakes to Avoid During Fantasy Playoffs

    No, I’m not kidding you: We’re talking about playoffs—fantasy baseball playoffs, to be exact. You’ve likely reached the fantasy promised land if you’re reading this...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 3,179 reads 1 comments

  12. Fantasy Baseball: 10 Ways to Start Preparing for Next Year

    Only a few fantasy baseball managers in rotisserie leagues can still compete for a league championship. The playoff fun is just beginning in head-to-head leagues, but at least half of those teams are eliminated as well...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 3,557 reads 1 comments

  13. Fantasy Baseball: 5 'Spoiler Team' Players Who Will Remain Motivated to Star

    September can be difficult for fantasy baseball managers to navigate due to expanding MLB rosters and a contracting pool of contenders. Clubs falling out of division and wild card races are relegated to "spoiler team" status...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 1,911 reads 2 comments

  14. 6 Reasons Why Dynasty Is the Best Fantasy Football Format

    It's April of 2011 and your team is one player away from a championship. In your mind, adding a stud wideout will elevate your stacked roster from contender to favorite...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 7,487 reads 0 comments

  15. Introducing the Next Generation of NFC West Studs

    Dynamic rookies and second-year players look poised to change the NFC West from NFL laughingstock to a collection of legitimate contenders...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 164 reads 0 comments

  16. St. Louis Rams: Latest Updates and Opinion on Position Battles

    Training camp position battles kick into high gear as the St. Louis Rams ' first preseason football game against the Indianapolis Colts rapidly approaches...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 2,234 reads 0 comments

  17. US Olympic Medal Count 2012: Team Sports Give USA Edge over China

    Team sports give the United States a decisive advantage over China as the two countries continue to battle for superiority in the 2012 London Olympics medal count. China and the U...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 28,797 reads 1 comments

  18. Olympic Wrestling: Why Ellis Coleman Needs More Than Flying Squirrel to Medal

    United States 60 kg Greco-Roman wrestler Ellis Coleman became an internet sensation with his " Flying Squirrel " take down in the World Junior Championships, and that is exactly why he is vulnerable at the 2012 London Olympics ...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 2,045 reads 1 comments

  19. Olympic Volleyball 2012: Why US Men Will Rebound to Defend Their Gold Medal

    Watching Russia rally from match point with a two-set deficit to beat the United States men's volleyball team looked like a crushing blow to America's hopes to repeat as Olympic volleyball gold medalists...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 2,771 reads 0 comments

  20. Olympic Basketball 2012: Why Under-23 Roster Would Benefit USA Basketball

    NBA Commissioner David Stern began a compelling debate when he suggested that the 2012 London Games may be the last time we see the league's top stars competing in the Olympics ...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 129 reads 3 comments

  21. St. Louis Cardinals: 4 Ways to Fix STL's Shortcomings in the Clutch

    Failing to produce key hits with runners in scoring position is sending the St. Louis Cardinals in the wrong direction in the National League Central standings. Cardinal pitching led all major league teams with a 2...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 1,240 reads 0 comments

  22. Fantasy Baseball: 7 Players That Will Be Better Options on New Teams

    Fallout from the MLB trade deadline isn't limited to real life. Fantasy baseball general managers need to pay attention to the rapidly shifting landscape as well. Some players lost value fantasy value by swapping real-life teams...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 1,529 reads 0 comments

  23. Olympic Swimming Results: Michael Phelps Will Rebound After Missing Early Gold

    Watching America's Ryan Lochte lose his half-second lead to France's Yannick Agnel in the final leg of the men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay told us more about Michael Phelps ...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 19,424 reads 0 comments

  24. Jordyn Wieber Must Not Let Individual Failure Disrupt Team Competition

    Jordyn Wieber's failure to qualify for the women's gymnastics individual all-around competition broke the United States' traditional pecking order and now threatens to break the team's chemistry...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 2,568 reads 1 comments

  25. Fantasy Baseball: Tips for How to Handle Stephen Strasburg's Innings Cap

    Fantasy baseball owners are caught in limbo by all the swirling news regarding a potential innings limit on Stephen Strasburg . The Washington Nationals say that Strasburg's workload will definitely be capped...

    Dan Kukla Written by Dan Kukla about 2 years ago 1,112 reads 1 comments