1. Paterno, Spanier, Shultz, and Curley: They Were Who We Thought They Were

    For all the Penn State and Joe Paterno apologists, there is no way to deny the facts. Prior to the release of Penn State's internal investigation undertaken by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, living in denial was possible, but no longer...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 464 reads 0 comments

  2. Reflecting on the Jerry Sandusky Verdict: Why Morality Should Outweigh Winning

    We should not applaud about the verdict against Jerry Sandusky , as those standing outside the courthouse did last night. The verdict means the accusations are true and that without a doubt lives have been destroyed...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 718 reads 66 comments

  3. Houston Texans: 3 Key Players for Texans' Success in 2012

    Going into an NFL season, the unknowns are just as important as the knowns. If you follow the Houston Texans , you know what you're getting from a healthy Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson and Arian Foster...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 274 reads 0 comments

  4. Pacquiao vs. Bradley: PacMan Robbed but It's His Fault

    You don't have to be a boxing expert to know when someone caught a butt-whooping. Bradley knows it, you know it, and I know it. That fight was nowhere near close. But it's not Bradley's fault or the judges' fault that PacMan lost...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 4,426 reads 13 comments

  5. Olympic Basketball Is Un-Olympic, and the Dream Team's Not to Blame

    In a regular-length season, I get about eight months of uninterrupted basketball. By the end of June, I'm ready to move on. And every four years, the Olympics is a nice gap-filler until football starts...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 372 reads 0 comments

  6. Gary Kubiak Should Make Houston Texans Fans Optimistic About 2012

    Gary Kubiak rarely gives you a whole lot in a press conference. Usually, it's coach speak at best. Kubiak is notorious for taking the blame for what went wrong, while making sure ...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 803 reads 1 comments

  7. Notre Dame Football: Comparing a Once Great Program to Recent Champs

    Since the creation of the BCS , the Fighting Irish have yet to win a national title or even compete in the national title game. This probably goes a long way in explaining why conferences are clamoring for the Irish to join...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 815 reads 28 comments

  8. Houston Texans: Injuries and the Very Real Possibility of Mediocrity in 2012

    As I mentioned in an earlier article , the Houston Texans are too dependent on injury-prone players. This could set them up for a return to mediocrity in the upcoming season...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 1,458 reads 5 comments

  9. Texas' Failure to Develop QBs May Keep Longhorns from Winning It All

    It's a standard criticism of Mack Brown : He's a hell of a recruiter but not much of a coach. This should concern some Longhorn fans as this year's team is in need of development if it expects to end up in a BCS game...

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  10. Get Ready London, Here Come the Longhorns

    If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it does it make a sound? This rudimentary philosophical question can be applied to men's UT Longhorn swimming...

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  11. An Open Letter to Notre Dame from the BIG XII and Texas

    A message to the Irish: Get in a conference while a conference still wants you. The Big 12 is looking to add the Irish , and it looks like a plan the Texas Longhorns are on board with...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 1,748 reads 41 comments

  12. 2012 NBA Draft Lottery: Five Reasons Why the Charlotte Bobcats Won

    In 1972 the Portland Trailblazers selected center LaRue Martin over future Hall of Famers Bob McAdoo and Julius Erving with its number one pick. Anthony Davis is probably going to the Hornets ...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 737 reads 5 comments

  13. New Orleans Hornets Win Lottery: Let the Conspiracy Theories Begin

    Get out your tin foil hat Mr. Stone and see if you can make a screen play for this one. A franchise that is owned by the NBA gets the first pick in the draft, which gives that franchise ...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 775 reads 4 comments

  14. Leave College Football Alone, a Playoff Will Only Mess It Up

    It seems like university officials are warming to the idea of a playoff for college football's top division . But, I can’t understand why people want the FBS to adopt a playoff system...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 116 reads 0 comments

  15. 2020 Summer Olympic Finalists Pit Newcomers vs. Traditional Powers

    The three finalists for the 2020 Summer Olympics have been selected. The winner will be announced in Buenos Aires in 2014. The three remaining cities are Tokyo, Madrid, and Istanbul...

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  16. 6 Things to Expect from the Texas Longhorns This Year

    The Texas Longhorns beat Texas A&M in the final game of the rivalry. But hat feel-good moment won't last very long if the Horns can't do better than their past two mediocre seasons...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 2,139 reads 10 comments

  17. Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson: Why the Houston Texans Will Regress Next Year

    Expectations for the Houston Texans are high. In a weak AFC South the Texans look to repeat as AFC South champs. The assumption is that if T.J...

    Kyle Scott Written by Kyle Scott about over 2 years ago 2,570 reads 25 comments