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Archive for July, 2010

Ed Wade: “Once Roy went public with his desire to go someplace else, this was a daily issue”

Friday, July 30th, 2010

A big trade went down yesterday in Major League Baseball that could shake up the entire complexion of the NL as we head toward the stretch run in baseball. For the last decade or so, the most recognizable face for the Houston Astros has been Roy Oswalt. Oswalt has been ...

Bill Devaney Confident Sam Bradford Will Be In Camp Soon And Ready To Work: “A day or two, trust me, it’s not going to retard his development whatsoever.”

Friday, July 30th, 2010

The countdown to the start of training camps around the NFL is on. Some teams have already gotten their camps underway while the rest will report this weekend. One team that's started things off is the St. Louis Rams, and they've done so without the presence of number one overall ...

Could This Be the Year For Miami To Return To Dominance?

Friday, July 30th, 2010

The 2010 season will be crucial for the Miami Hurricanes and head coach Randy Shannon.  The fourth year for a college football coach is the litmus test in the sense that his first recruiting class will now be seniors so those excuses of playing with the former coach’s recruits are ...

Steve Sarkisian Sends Lane Kiffin a Picture From Times Square Ticker Showing “Titans sue Kiffin”

Friday, July 30th, 2010

It's been quite the tumultuous offseason for the USC Trojans. They lost their head coach, got put on probation by the NCAA, and most recently, their head coach, Lane Kiffin, was sued by Jeff Fisher and the Tennessee Titans for what the NFL squad alleges was illegal hiring practices stemming ...

Jim Schwartz Continues Rebuilding the Lions

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Heading into his second year with the Detroit Lions, Jim Schwartz and the Lions finally have something to look forward to after having successful drafts both this year and last year.  Along with high draft picks comes hefty expectations from both the fans and the organization itself, and has allowed ...

Coach K Leads the USA into Greece for the World Championships Minus the Redeem Team

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Mike Krzyzewski is one of the best college basketball coaches in America. Everyone knows that. His resume is tremendous and it’s filled with both ACC Titles and National Championships, including a National Title last year with the Blue Devils. However, the most impressive thing that I think he has done ...

Kendrick Perkins on Missing Game Seven of the Finals: “It was probably the worst time of my life”

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Imagine getting all the way to game seven of the NBA Finals after being overlooked by many people for much of the season and then having to watch from the sidelines. That’s exactly what happened to Kendrick Perkins. Perk tore two knee ligaments in his right knee in game six ...

Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals Relish Underdog Role

Friday, July 30th, 2010

A few years ago, it was easy to dispel the Arizona Cardinals when it came to any preseason predictions of vying for any sort of title in the NFL. They simply hadn't done it before, so why start tabbing them to succeed? Maybe after they emerged to make the Super Bowl ...

BCS Busters Still Looking for Respect

Friday, July 30th, 2010

For a few days this summer, the Mountain West Conference looked like it might have a clear-cut argument to become the seventh automatic-qualifying conference to the Bowl Championship Series. If the league could boast Utah, Boise State, TCU and BYU as members that might be hard to turn down when ...

Ed Reed Attacks Members of the Baltimore Media

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Ed Reed has been one of the best safeties in the NFL pretty much from the time he came into the league and is more than likely a future Hall of Famer. The Ravens have high expectations this year and anything less than a Super Bowl will be a disappointment. ...