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Archive for December 7th, 2012

Eric Winston on the Chiefs Decision to Play Last Weekend: “It was the Best of the Worst Options we Had”

Friday, December 7th, 2012

It has been a really tough time for everyone with the Kansas City Chiefs. Last Saturday morning the entire organization was rocked by the tragedy of the murder-suicide involving former teammate Jovan Belcher, just one day before they were set to play against the Carolina Panthers. Despite such a horrible ...

Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Know If He Can Play Long Enough to Pass Michael Jordan on the NBA’s All-Time Scoring List

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Wednesday night Kobe Bryant entered a special fraternity -- the exclusive 30,000-point club in the NBA with just five other members. With an attacking drive to the basket and a floater over Robin Lopez of the New Orleans Hornets, he accomplished the milestone and also became the youngest player to ...

John Harbaugh Thinks Eliminating Kickoffs is Ridiculous: “I’m Not with that at All”

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Word emerged on Thursday that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell might have a whole new plan up his sleeve when it comes to curbing big hits on kickoffs. Essentially, kickoffs would die and be replaced by what would be fourth-and-long situations for the scoring team, with punts taking the place of ...

Barry Alvarez Returns to Coach Wisconsin, but for Just One Game

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Bret Bielema stunned the college football world this week when he left Wisconsin to become the coach at Arkansas. Badgers athletic director Barry Alvarez says he hopes to have a coach in place by Jan. 1, but will coach the team in the Rose Bowl, a situation that he knows ...

Eagles Rookie Nick Foles Discusses Being the Next Great Backup Quarterback to Rise in Philadelphia

Friday, December 7th, 2012

For the Philadelphia Eagles, this season has been a wake-up call. Philadelphia started slow out of the gate as usual and never recovered. The Eagles defense has been atrocious all season long, lacking a pass rush and a secondary that wants to be physical. Not to mention the offensive line ...

Paul Pierce Believes the Celtics are in the Building Phase, Claims Rajon Rondo has Learned From His Suspension

Friday, December 7th, 2012

Last week here at SRI we revisited the Kevin Garnett/Kris Humphries altercation. Celtics head coach Doc Rivers believed his team was too soft. Paul Pierce contends his coach was trying to motivate the team. Either way, Boston sits at 10-8 heading into Thursday night's action looking to play more consistent basketball. ...