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Willis McGahee Believes He’s Still a Part of Denver’s Plans, Says He’s Got Five Years Left in Him

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

In 2011, Willis McGahee posted one of his most productive rushing seasons during his career while playing his first season in Denver. He finished one yard shy of 1,200 yards. Last year didn't quite go according to plan, as his production fell off to 731 yards while being hampered by ...

Lane Kiffin Challenges USC Players to Stop Talking and Produce After Troubling Season

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Matt Barkley returned to USC and all was supposed to be right with the Trojans this past season. They had national championship aspirations, but they were dashed midway through the season and the wheels fell off. USC finished 7-6 --"unacceptable to our standards" according to Lane Kiffin -- and the ...

Old-School Kevin McHale has New-School Rockets Back in the NBA Playoffs

Friday, April 12th, 2013

After three straight seasons of finishing in ninth place in the West and on the outside looking in at the NBA playoffs, the Houston Rockets are back in the postseason. They locked up their spot this week. Coach Kevin McHale talks about combining his old-school ways with the  new-school aspects ...

Rutgers AD Tim Pernetti Breaks Down How He Handled the Mike Rice Situation and What Happens Next

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

If you didn't see the video of Rutgers coach Mike Rice on Tuesday, prepare to be shocked when he see it below. The head coach of the men's basketball team is shown in a video laying hands on players and using profanity and gay slurs during practices. Rice was suspended ...

Metta World Peace Believes the Lakers Can Get By Without Him

Monday, April 1st, 2013

The Los Angeles Lakers' playoff hopes took a hit last week when they lost Metta World Peace for four to six weeks and then Kobe Bryant was dinged up as well. Bryant played Saturday and the Lakers are actually 2-1 since World Peace went down, but they're neck and neck ...

Taj Gibson: Bulls Were Out to Avenge Embarrassing Loss More Than to Break the Heat’s Streak

Friday, March 29th, 2013

Wednesday's game between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat will long be remembered as the game that halted the second-longest winning streak in NBA history. The way Taj Gibson describes it in this interview, however, was that the Bulls were out to avenge an 86-67 loss to the Heat on ...

Dana Altman’s Oregon Ducks Take a Run at the NCAA Tournament’s Top Seed

Friday, March 29th, 2013

Personally, I don't view the Oregon Ducks as a surprise Sweet 16 team in the NCAA tournament. Yes, they were given a No. 12 seed, but the Ducks deserved better and certainly proved that in the first weekend. They beat Oklahoma State and Saint Louis and will try to keep ...

Osi Umenyiora Hopes His Best is Yet to Come in Atlanta

Friday, March 29th, 2013

After a decade in the Big Apple, defensive lineman Osi Umenyiora is headed for Atlanta. Umenyiora worked out a two-year deal with the Falcons, though he has nothing bad to say about the New York Giants in this interview. Umenyiora believes he still hasn't played his best football and believes ...

Tyrann Mathieu Tells Teams How He’s Changed and Why He’s Ready For the NFL

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

It's been a roller coaster of a couple years for Tyrann Mathieu, the former Heisman Trophy finalist who found himself without a team after off-the-field issues. Now Mathieu hopes to hear his name called at the upcoming NFL Draft. The process to getting there has obviously included meetings with potential ...

Ed Reed On Leaving Baltimore: “It’s the Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Went Through in My Life”

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Ed Reed could have decided to retire following the Ravens Super Bowl title this season. His contract was up in Baltimore and his next steps could've been toward Canton and the Hall-Of-Fame. Instead, Reed wanted to continue his career. It was his hope that he would be able to do ...