Enough is Enough: NFL Referee Lockout Needs to End Now

In the Week 3 Monday Night Football game, in which the Seattle Seahawks hosted the Green Bay Packers, the refs blew it. Big time. There are no more excuses.

Savannah State’s Two-Week Wholloping Begs The Question: Is It Worth Selling Yourself Out In College Football?

It isn’t a new concept for top teams to schedule non-conference games against some of the worst programs available. The powerhouses get to run up the score, often in excess of seventy points, in exchange for a couple hundred thousand dollars for the lesser team’s athletic budget. Savannah State, and more notoriously their powerhouse opponents, have made the headlines recently for exactly this.

A Night With Tom Crean: Talking Lineups, Injuries, Derek Elston’s New Role, and Will Sheehey’s Fitness Record

Thursday night, Indiana University men’s basketball coach Tom Crean spent the evening talking to the student body about everything from the importance of helping others to the future of the Hoosiers’ basketball program.

Fantasy Football Week 1: Last Minute Start/Sit Advice

We are just hours away from the first regular season kickoff of the 2012 NFL season, and this is your friendly reminder to double check your fantasy football lineup before you make a horrible mistake that costs you a Week 1 victory. Here is my last minute advice for your fantasy roster.

The Cincinnati Reds’ Case To Host the 2015 MLB All-Star Game

The new park has yet to host an All Star game in its ten seasons of existence, and the city has not held the Mid-Summer Classic since 1988 at Riverfront Stadium. So the park and the city are long overdue. It’s time to bring the All Star Game to the Cincinnati.

Describing Each NBA Team in 3 Words

Colin Cowherd recently did a segment where he described all 32 NFL teams in three words. I thought it was very creative and entertaining so I thought I would give it a try for the NBA.

Lance Armstrong a Hero … With or Without Titles

Lance Armstrong has decided to end his battle against the United States Anti-Doping Agency, and he will apparently lose his Tour de France titles. Regardless, he remains a hero to many the world over.

After Rough Offseason, Troubled Xavier Basketball Program In Need of a Rebound

It’s been a rough offseason for the Xavier men’s basketball program. Can Chris Mack and a highly regarded recruiting class keep Xavier’s recent string of success going?

Minor League Baseball Doesn’t Mean Minor Fun

Minor league baseball isn’t for the average baseball fan. It’s for every baseball fan. It’s baseball, it’s cheap, and there is no shortage of free merchandise that is launched into the stands over the course of nine innings.

Did 2010 Reds-Cardinals Skirmish Influence Tony La Russa’s All Star Reserve Choices?

There is no shortage of bad blood in the Cincinnati Reds-St. Louis Cardinals rivalry and many people think the 2010 skirmish influenced Tony La Russa’s All Star selections, which included snubs of Brandon Philiips and Johnny Cueto.

The Best Undrafted Players From the 2012 NBA Draft … And Where They Are Going Next

With only two rounds in the NBA Draft, a handful of talented graduated seniors and second round hopefuls are annually passed on and left to sign as undrafted free agents, play overseas, or start their post-basketball lives. There was no shortage of undrafted talent this year. This posts provides updates on the best of the rest.

2007 NBA Draft Retrospective Report Card: One Super-Duper Star … And Too Many Busts

It is only fair to let some time pass before assessing whether players did or did not pan out with their new teams. Five years seems like a good amount of time to dole out NBA Draft grades that actually mean something.

NBA Draft Instant Reactions: Winners, Losers, and What Were They Thinking?

Earlier today, Trevor identified the biggest winner and biggest loser of the draft. In this post, we’ll identify a few more of each.

The NBA Truly Is A Global League

For the first time ever during this year’s NBA Finals, I really understood that the NBA is a global game.

2012 NBA Mock Draft Picks 1-10

Andrew Wittry gives you his top 10 picks in a 2012 NBA mock draft. Who does he think the New Orleans Hornets will draft as No. 1?