Category:

Archive for October 15th, 2012

Tom Brady Responds to Richard Sherman’s Claim that the Patriots aren’t Built for a Heavyweight Fight: “That’s to be Determined in January”

Monday, October 15th, 2012

The New England Patriots have fallen to 3-3, which puts them in a four-way tie for first, and last, in the AFC East. It's early, so while Tom Brady's disappointed, he's not panicking. Yet the latest New England loss came with some added drama, with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman taking ...

Antonio Smith Says the Texans Need to Regroup For the Biggest Game of the Year This Weekend

Monday, October 15th, 2012

The Houston Texans had been waiting a long time for their appearance on Sunday Night Football. After 60 minutes of football, it's a game that they would like to wipe from their memory bank quickly. At home, playing against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Texans were carved ...

Tom Crean Says His Hoosiers Haven’t Gotten Caught Up in the Lofty Expectations for This Season

Monday, October 15th, 2012

There are high expectations in Bloomington for the Indiana basketball team this season. The Hoosiers are coming off a season where they finished with 27 wins, notched a signature win against Kentucky and finished in the Top 15 of the USA Today/Coaches Poll. This year they head into the season ...

Keith Smart Takes Sacramento On The Road To Build Chemistry During Training Camp

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Admittedly, the Sacramento Kings players have not always been on the same page lately in terms of goals and chemistry. Coach Keith Smart took aim at changing that, and he did so by taking his team on the road to Colorado Springs, Colo. The team spent a week there not ...

Alvin Gentry: In Post-Steve Nash Era, Goran Dragic “Feels Like He Belongs”

Monday, October 15th, 2012

The Phoenix Suns begin the post-Steve Nash era this week with the NBA preseason kicking off. But while Nash was one of the best point guards in the league, the Suns aren't dwelling. Goran Dragic returns to the valley of the sun to replace Nash, but head coach Alvin Gentry ...

Eric Decker: The Broncos’ Offense Must Get Off To A Faster Start In Order To Beat The Chargers

Monday, October 15th, 2012

The Denver Broncos have had a rocky beginning to the Peyton Manning era. Denver is 2-3 with some tough losses to the Patriots, Falcons and Texans. These are all loses to contending teams, but the main reason for the Broncos' struggles this season is because the offense has started slow ...

President Barack Obama Worries About Professional Sports Pricing Out Families

Monday, October 15th, 2012

With the presidential election looming, Barack Obama has plenty on his plate, but that doesn't mean he's forgetting about sports. He says he still watches ESPN's SportsCenter every morning when he wakes up, and if he's elected for four more years, there's no doubt he'll hear more about things like ...

Brian Urlacher Claims His Knee Is Getting Better Every Week, Doesn’t Understand All The Criticism That Jay Cutler Receives

Monday, October 15th, 2012

The Chicago Bears are looking like one of the teams to beat in the NFL right now. The Bears are 4-1 and had convincing victories over the Rams, Cowboys and Jaguars over the last few weeks. Linebacker Brian Urlacher is still recovering from offseason knee surgery, but the Bears defense sure ...

Matt Hasselbeck Regrets the Way He Handled Rocky Offseason

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Matt Hasselbeck has had quite the ride of late. He came close to being replaced by Peyton Manning in the offseason, survived that, and then was replaced by Jake Locker in training camp. But with a 1-4 start under their belt and Locker hurt, Hasselbeck led the Titans to a ...