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Archive for May 4th, 2010

Move Over John Gotti, There’s a New Teflon Don

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Wherever John Calipari goes in relation to college basketball, there are always a ton of questions surrounding him.  There is no question that he is a very good recruiter and a very good head coach.  He had success at Massachusetts, Memphis, and in his first season at Kentucky, he took ...

Third Time The Charm For Wide Receiver Mike Williams? “It’s a live and learn life…”

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Of the reportedly 75 players that were at the first Seattle Seahawks mini-camp, 17 were apparently there on a try-out basis. Two of them wound up signing contracts after an impressive couple of days of work. Both happened to be former players for Coach Pete Carroll at USC - fullback ...

The Hawks Should Key On Dwight Howard

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Mike Woodson and the Atlanta Hawks showed a lot of heart and passion after their come-from-behind series win against the Milwaukee Bucks.  The consolation prize for advancing to the second round of the playoffs is they get to play the Orlando Magic, a team that they have a hard time ...

Mike Williams: “The mistake I made was walking out of his office out of frustration. I didn’t quit at all. I never was a quitter.”

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Syracuse wide receiver Mike Williams in the fourth round of the NFL Draft in what most people call a risk-reward move.  Had it not been for the self- inflicted wounds some say that Williams could have gone in the first round, but teams were too ...

Are the Ravens Ready to Dethrone the Bengals in the AFC North?

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

The Baltimore Ravens have their eyes on a division title this season and maybe even more.  With Ray Lewis getting older, Derrick Mason getting older, and Ed Reed winding down his career, the Ravens window of opportunity is closing fast.  Don’t get me wrong, the future is bright in Baltimore ...

Like Tails, Jeff Feagles Never Fails

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

On of the longest careers in the NFL in recent memory has come to an end. No, again, we are not breaking any news about any pick-happy, banged-up QBs. Jeff Feagles has retired after 22 years punting. That's impressive. It's not that it seems physically demanding to punt the ball all ...

First Round Hero Pau Gasol Prefers Facing a Familiar Opponent

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Pau Gasol only scored nine points against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 of the Lakers' opening round series. Had he scored seven, we would have been watching Game 7 yesterday instead of Game 1 of the second round in which the Lakers hosted the Jazz. With 0.5 seconds ...