1. 2010-2011 Champions League Draw: Man Utd Brace For "Battle of Britain"

    Manchester United was handed a fairly straight-forward group in yesterday's Champions League draw-- the Red Devils were drawn in Group C against Valencia (Spain), Rangers (Scotland), and Bursaspor (Turkey)...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about 4 years ago 1,670 reads 1 comments

  2. Summer Transfers: 10 Over-the-Hill Players Not Worth Banking On

    The rumour mill is churning right now, and players are starting to change clubs left and right. With the recently-concluded World Cup providing a showcase for many emerging talents ...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about 4 years ago 1,733 reads 9 comments

  3. EPL Transfer Window: Mario Balotelli's £23m Move to Manchester City Imminent

    The Daily Mail out of England reports as of July 21 that Mario Balotelli, the Italian and Inter Milan striker lauded as one of the game's brightest young stars, appears to be headed to Manchester City for £23m...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 967 reads 0 comments

  4. Transfer Window: 15 Signings That Would Shake Up the Serie A in 2010-11

    The 2009-2010 Serie A season saw a large amount of attrition. Seventeen managerial changes occurred during the season, with countless more preseason and postseason moves...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 857 reads 1 comments

  5. 25 World Cup Players Who've Made Cases for Big Money Moves

    The World Cup is perhaps the ultimate area for players to impress clubs and secure lucrative transfers. The following 25 players have shined for their clubs and their countries and are poised to make moves to bigger teams and better leagues...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 14,006 reads 39 comments

  6. USA vs. Ghana 2010 World Cup: Our Affair With Heartbreak Is Our Beacon of Hope

    It truly is amazing how quickly things can turn from its zeniths to its nadirs, from the moments of joy and ecstasy and euphoria to the moments of dear sadness and dejection, how uniting ...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 762 reads 6 comments

  7. College World Series 2010: 10 Reasons Arizona State Can Win it All

    The Sun Devils are back in the College World Series after Tim Esmay's squad posted a stellar 52-8 campaign...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 866 reads 4 comments

  8. 2010 FIFA World Cup: The 10 Best World Cup-Related Feuds and Rivalries

    The world's greatest spectacle starts later today and to kick off the fun enjoy this list of some of the World Cup's greatest rivalries and feuds. These rivalries aren't listed in any particular order, but they are all humorous and great...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 8,859 reads 4 comments

  9. 2010 FIFA World Cup: 10 Questions Facing Team USA Before Kickoff

    We're one week away from the initial kick-off of the World Cup, and just a tad more away from the highly anticipated England-USA match...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 4,417 reads 1 comments

  10. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Quarterback Class Reminiscent of 2004's Trio?

    Although it may seem a bit early to speculate about next year's NFL Draft, rest assured that general managers and scouting personnel are already working on next year's draft boards...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 7,561 reads 24 comments

  11. Jeff Jones Leaving Virginia Basketball

    Junior forward Jeff Jones will leave the Virginia basketball program and pursue transfer options for the 2010-2011 basketball season...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,159 reads 2 comments

  12. Final Four 2010: Nine Reasons Why Butler Will Win It All

    I say this in the least self-aggrandizing way possible: I ignored the ridicule and picked Butler to make the Final Four in the preseason, the end of the regular season, and the postseason (in my bracket)...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,945 reads 10 comments

  13. Sylven Landesberg Leaving UVA, Reportedly Declaring for NBA Draft

    Sylven Landesberg, Virginia's leading scorer and star player for the past two seasons, is leaving the University of Virginia entirely, according to the official Virginia Sports website...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 744 reads 6 comments

  14. Sweet 16 Bracket: Syracuse-Butler, Will Onuaku's Return Favor Orange?

    After Kansas lost to Northern Iowa in the first day of second-round play, attention rightly shifted Syracuse's way. And the Orange capitalized on the attention, stomping a good Gonzaga team 87-65 to advance to the Sweet 16...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,446 reads 1 comments

  15. CBS Fantasy Baseball Commissioner: A Step Up From The Rest

    When Bleacher Report offered me a discounted version of CBSSports.com's Fantasy Baseball Commissioner to try out, I jumped on the opportunity...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,224 reads 2 comments

  16. March Madness 2010: Duke's Royal Treatment a Conspiracy?

    Although Duke merited a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament considering its excellence all season and late-season grit, Duke was handed a relatively cupcake road to the Final Four...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,660 reads 34 comments

  17. 2010 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Players to Watch in the West Regional

    The West regional both carries great teams but lacks star power, in a sense. The West regional is stacked with teams such as Syracuse, Kansas State, Butler, and Xavier, but isn't as difficult as other brackets...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 647 reads 4 comments

  18. ACC Tournament: Analyzing UVA-Duke and UVA's Future

    Virginia basketball put in an extremely confident and valiant performance against the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils, showing its mettle and holding its own against a top team on a nationally televised broadcast...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,220 reads 6 comments

  19. Virginia Figured Out How to Start and Will Learn How to Finish

    Virginia basketball put together a great performance against Boston College to earn a quarterfinal matchup against No. 1-seed Duke, showing throughout the game the level of confidence it displayed before the beginning of its nine-game losing streak...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 163 reads 0 comments

  20. College Baseball Power Rankings: Separating the Winners from the Losers

    College baseball may be about series wins, but the best teams have to win every game they should win. The beauty of college baseball is that although any team can win on any given day, the best teams will usually always prevail against much worse teams...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,136 reads 8 comments

  21. March Madness 2010: Quick Takes on Conference Championship Monday

    Illinois, San Diego State, Memphis, Ole Miss, and Arizona State are breathing huge sighs of relief on Monday as Siena overcame a 15-point deficit to bring to the MAAC championship to a 60-58 score...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  22. March Madness 2010: 10 Things You Need To Know About the Big 12 Tourney

    This year's Big 12 tournament has essentially no implications on who will play in the NCAA Tournament this year. But this doesn't exclude the Big 12 tournament from being a tournament to watch, or indicate that the Big 12 teams have nothing to play for...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 1,316 reads 2 comments

  23. Thank Goodness the New Is Coming, Because The Old Virginia Guard Has No Heart

    I want to believe Virginia basketball has the capability to be a team that will matter within the next few years, but the humiliating loss to Duke demonstrated that UVa's dreams for short-term success are more or less futile...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 617 reads 3 comments

  24. The Best Teams Step Up, The Elite Teams Leap Forward: Week Two Thoughts

    Although this college baseball season is still in its infancy, Week Two showed us a glimpse of this season's dynamic...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 175 reads 1 comments

  25. Hoos' Ready for Omaha: Quick Takes On Opening Week Of College Baseball

    I'm a bit disappointed with myself for not writing this article a week ago, since I have always assured myself that Virginia (2-1 v. No. 18 ECU) is the true No. 1 team in college baseball, over the likes of Texas (1-2 v...

    Allen J. Kha Written by Allen J. Kha about over 4 years ago 215 reads 3 comments