Archive for March 18th, 2011

Kurt Busch Heads Into His Favorite Track Tied for First-Place

Friday, March 18th, 2011

With three races completed, Kurt Busch finds himself atop the NASCAR Sprint Cup points standings tied for first-place with Tony Stewart.  He could not have started off the season any better with  three top-ten finishes and he heads into one of his favorite tracks, Bristol Motor Speedway, with a ton ...

Morehead State Pulls Off the First Upset in NCAA Tournament

Friday, March 18th, 2011

The first big day of the NCAA tournament didn’t disappoint.  There were several games that came down to last-second shots and, like always, there were a few upsets, but none was bigger than when Morehead State defeated Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals.  What is deemed as the biggest win ...

2011 NFL Lockout News: Colts Center Jeff Saturday Provides Clear Explanation Of Decertification Tactic

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Do I have anything noteworthy to say about Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday? I mean, I have no doubt that he's one of the more respected men in the Colts locker room. And he's clearly intelligent as evidenced by him being the Colts player rep in the (former) NFLPA. He's ...

Brent Celek “Basically the only way I’m getting my information right now is from ProFootballTalk, so I don’t really know too much.”

Friday, March 18th, 2011

As the clock ticked down to 5 p.m. ET on Friday evening the organization formerly known as the NFLPA had decided to decertify from the union, thus setting the wheels in motion for an NFL lockout. Over the past weekend the owners elected to lock out the players rather than ...

Matt Howard “I actually assumed there wasn’t going to be enough time. I tried to shoot it as quickly as possible.

Friday, March 18th, 2011

The #8 Butler Bulldogs appear to have regained the magic that made them last year's "Cinderella" team of the tournament, but this time around it took just a tad bit of luck to get by #9 Old Dominion. As the Bulldogs took the floor with what appeared to be the ...