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Archive for April 5th, 2010

Andy Reid: “This was the Best Situation for the Eagles and for Donovan”

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Eleven years, five conference championship games and one Super Bowl appearance later, the player who was once booed by his fans on draft day when selected between Tim Couch and Akili Smith is no longer a Philadelphia Eagle. The team put itself in a tough spot with three starting quarterback-caliber ...

Stewart Cink Thinks Tiger Is The Man To Beat This Weekend At Augusta

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Well, the wait is just about over. It's Masters week in the golfing world which this year means one and one thing only - the return of Tiger Woods to the PGA Tour. We've been waiting for this moment since the bizarre news about Tiger's personal life broke around Thanksgiving ...

The Fight For the Western Conference Number Two Seed Continues

Monday, April 5th, 2010

With five games left in the NBA regular season, the Dallas Mavericks are falling apart down the stretch.  The thirteen-game winning streak they once enjoyed in late February and early March is a distant memory and that once promising number two seed has all but slipped out of their hands.  ...

28th World Series Title Or Bust

Monday, April 5th, 2010

For the New York Yankees and their fans this season, the only thing that can be better than winning the 2009 World Series would be to defend the title again this year.  It doesn’t come as a surprise to me that they are once again the favorites because they always ...

Jason Richardson Likes The Way The Suns Are Rolling With The Playoffs Just Around The Corner: “I definitely feel like we’re playing our best basketball of the year.”

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Though they had their 10 game winning streak snapped on Saturday by the Milwaukee Bucks, the Phoenix Suns still have to feel great about the way they're playing as the playoffs rapidly approach. Phoenix is 50-27 with four games to play in the regular season, and they're currently in a ...

Dat Dude Defends the Wonderlic

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Marcellus Wiley played ten NFL seasons, including one year, 2001, in which he made the Pro Bowl. While that has everything to do with why his interview appears hear, if Wiley has his way, it's not how he will be remembered. At age 35, Wiley's resume is already one of ...