Continuing with what may be the toughest schedule in college football this season, the #11 Notre Dame Fighting Irish will host the #18 Michigan Wolverines Saturday night in South Bend.
Earlier this week, Tyler Juranovich lamented the decline in youth baseball participation. He mentioned that Little League Baseball enrollment dropped 24 percent from 2000 to 2009 and asked what the future held for the sport that struggles to live up to its nickname, America’s pastime.
While part of me wants to grieve the loss of youth baseball with Tyler, a larger part of me can’t, because it knows that I’m part of the problem.
Friend of the site Ken Rosenthal is reporting that Major League Baseball is, in fact, going to expand the playoffs; and it’s going to happen this year.
The New England Patriots received their Christmas gift from Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos a little bit early.
The Broncos defeated the New York Jets Thursday night behind a stunning 95-yard drive, culminating in a 20-yard, game-winning touchdown run for Tebow. A Patriots victory against a short-handed Chiefs team Monday night could give New England a 2-game division lead over the Jets.
State College has been the focus of the sports world, but not for reasons they or anyone else wanted.
The scandal involving former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is still unfolding, detail after disgusting detail. The case has been well documented, so I won’t go into the details here outside of their relevance to Saturday’s game.