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  • 9 Most Iconic Songs from the World of Sports (Audio)

    9 Most Iconic Songs from the World of Sports (Audio)

    While there are a few exceptions (“One Shining Moment” at the end of CBS’ NCAA tourney coverage comes to mind), most of the songs we equate with sports are the soundtracks to the arenas and stadiums where we go to see live events. While variety isn’t exactly the name of the game when it comes […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 9/15/10 – Troy Tulowitzki

    The Stat Line of the Night – 9/15/10 – Troy Tulowitzki

    Troy Tulowitzki is on a serious hot streak and really wants the Colorado Rockies to be playing playoff baseball come October. Tulo and the Rocks hosted the first place San Diego Padres on Wednesday. Cliche perhaps, but it was a must-win game for the Rockies if they want to have a shot at the division […]

  • The Walking Wounded: 9 Star Athletes Plagued By Injuries

    The Walking Wounded: 9 Star Athletes Plagued By Injuries

    After seeing the perennial week-one injury bloodbath in the NFL that has left fantasy owners reeling and fans cursing their luck, many wonder if players’ tendencies to get injured are the result of playing style, physical composition, or simply bad karma for not tipping their valet. While their doesn’t seem to be much rhyme or […]

  • Hispania Pit Crew Member Struck By Sakon Yamamoto’s Car (Video)

    Hispania Pit Crew Member Struck By Sakon Yamamoto’s Car (Video)

    Being present in pit row during an automobile race can be dangerous.  We have  witnessed the dangers that come with such a job before, and we were reminded of it once again this weekend. During the Formula One Italian Grand Prix over the weekend, the radio engineer for Team Hispania was hit by the back […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Shelley Duncan

    The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Shelley Duncan

    Shelley Duncan doesn’t get the starting nod that often for Cleveland, having only started 49 games this season, but last night he got it and boy did he ever take advantage.  Duncan single-handedly put the Indians on his back to help lead them to a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  Who […]

  • 2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Weekly Waiver Wire (Week 2)

    2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Weekly Waiver Wire (Week 2)

    After only one week of play, we have already seen several key fantasy players go down with injuries.  The Packers have lost running back Ryan Grant to an ankle injury, Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb sustained a concussion, and Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks with an injured […]

  • Tiger Woods Now Swearing Around His Kids Like A True Weekend Dad

    Tiger Woods Now Swearing Around His Kids Like A True Weekend Dad

    With the divorce between himself and now-ex-wife Elin Nordegren official, Tiger Woods will be forced to take on a new role as “weekend dad” with his children, and it appears as though he has stepped into that new role quite nicely.  According to an eyewitness, Tiger was recently out on the golf course with his […]

  • 9 Douchebags Wearing Starter Jackets

    9 Douchebags Wearing Starter Jackets

    Few things are more comical than outdated fashions. And while someone’s high school yearbook photo from 1976 might have them in an afro and a corduroy jacket, it’s far funnier to see people in the ridiculous fashions of the recent past. One prime example of this is the Starter jacket, which were generally huge, bright […]

  • Check Out Simon Dwyer’s Devestating Hit During An NRL Game

    Check Out Simon Dwyer’s Devestating Hit During An NRL Game

    Most National Rugby League fans refer to Jared Waerea-Hargreaves of the Sydney Roosters as “Da Beast”, but it appears as though “Da Beast” just ran into “Da Wall”. Any coach will tell you that the proper tackling technique is to get low, keep your head up, wrap your arms around your opponent and bring him […]

  • Tackle Of The Weekend Goes To…This High School Goal Post (Video)

    Tackle Of The Weekend Goes To…This High School Goal Post (Video)

    Now that is embarrassing! It is bad enough getting lit up at all during your high school’s first Friday night home game of the season, but when it is the goal post that is responsible for sitting you on your ass, you pretty much just earned yourself at least half a school year’s worth of […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Derek Lowe

    The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Derek Lowe

    On the morning after a Monday night, the obvious place to look for a great stat line are the football games, right?  Not last night, as both games did not produce any spectacular performances (outside of the defenses, which did step up big).  In baseball, however, the Atlanta Braves got a much needed win on […]

  • 2010 Fantasy Football: Monday NFL Rewind (Week 1)

    2010 Fantasy Football: Monday NFL Rewind (Week 1)

    It was an exciting week one for NFL fans everywhere.  The defending AFC Champion Indianapolis Colts were derailed by the Houston Texans.  Tom Brady appeared to be back to his 2007 form.  Chis Johnson showed us all that he is no one-year wonder.  And the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins capped things off on Sunday […]

  • 9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    Whenever we get too comfortable with the job our referees are doing, there’s always a play like the one in yesterday’s in Bears/Lions game to shake things up and merit new discussions on how much our refs suck. While the call seemed to be inline with the rule, the fact remains that any rule declaring […]