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  • 9 Most Shocking Coach Firings of All Time

    9 Most Shocking Coach Firings of All Time

    In the wake of the NFL’s “Black Monday,” where seven NFL head coaches rang in 2013 on the unemployment line the mind wanders to silver linings, assurances to the losers that as bad as it is, they could have lost a lot worse. To anyone that thought Andy Reid’s let go was unfair, or that […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/1/2013 — Aaron Murray

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/1/2013 — Aaron Murray

    After coming up just short in the SEC Championship Game against Alabama exactly one month earlier, many wondered whether the Georgia Bulldogs would be able to refocus in time for their New Years Day meeting with the Nebraska Cornhuskers at the Capital One Bowl.  Doing so would not be an easy task, as the Bulldogs’ 32-28 loss […]

  • 25 Most Memorable Sports Moments Of 2012

    25 Most Memorable Sports Moments Of 2012

    Events such as LeBron James’ first championship, the Kings winning the Stanley Cup, and the London Olympic games might seem like distant memories now that we’re focused on the NFL, but all of it went down in 2012. It just goes to show that a lot can happen in a year, and it’s easy for […]

  • RC Car Glides On Water (Video)

    RC Car Glides On Water (Video)

    Kids have it all nowadays. When I was younger, I asked my parents for a remote-controlled car for Christmas. The weeks leading up to the Holidays, I made sure I was good. I offered to do extra chores around the house. I would get my pops a beer from the fridge when he was sitting […]

  • Filipino Families Thought Manny Pacquiao Was Dead (Video)

    Filipino Families Thought Manny Pacquiao Was Dead (Video)

    On December 8th, Juan Manuel Marquez finally got what he had wanted for so long: a victory against Manny Pacquiao. The Mexican fighter knocked out Pacman with a vicious right hand that sent the Filipino boxer to the floor, where he laid unconscious for quite a while. The victory was a big source of joy […]

  • This Day In Sports History (December 28th) – Detroit Lions

    This Day In Sports History (December 28th) – Detroit Lions

    It was on this day in 2008 that the Detroit Lions lost to the Green Bay Packers 31-21 in a game played at Lambeau Field.  The loss meant that the Lions became the first team in NFL history to finish the regular season at 0-16. The Lions surprisingly played well in the pre-season as they […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 12/27/2012 — Kevin Durant

    Stat Line of the Night — 12/27/2012 — Kevin Durant

    The past two Western Conference champions faced off on national television last night, as the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Dallas Mavericks.  And despite being able to hang in their and take this game to overtime, in the end, the 2011 NBA Champs were simply no match for Kevin Durant and the 2012 NBA Finalists. […]

  • 9 Worst Coaches Of 2012

    9 Worst Coaches Of 2012

    As with any large organization, the difference between the success and failure of a sports team depends on many different factors. Giving all of the credit or blame to one person seems a bit silly. But at the end of the day, someone has to be held accountable, and more often than not, that someone […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 12/26/2012 — Josh Smith

    Stat Line of the Night — 12/26/2012 — Josh Smith

    While most basketball fans have been fixated on the battle for top spot in the Eastern Conference this season between the Miami Heat and the New York Knicks, the Atlanta Hawks have been quietly lurking not far behind those two powerhouse squads.  And an impressive performance from Josh Smith during last night’s game against the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 12/25/2012 — LeBron James

    Stat Line of the Night — 12/25/2012 — LeBron James

    It can be an unusual experience for some to be playing a professional basketball game on Christmas, but after having played in so many of these nationally televised holiday showdowns, LeBron James has learned to adapt.  So while most of us are spending our Christmas Days tearing apart wrapping paper and spreading happiness, King James […]

  • This Day In Sports History (December 22nd) — Brandon Morrow

    This Day In Sports History (December 22nd) — Brandon Morrow

    It was on this day in 2009 that the Toronto Blue Jays sent relief pitcher Brandon League and minor league outfielder Johermyn Chavez to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for starting pitcher Brandon Morrow.  Although the Mariners used him mainly as a relief pitcher, the Jays planned on using Morrow as a starter and a […]

  • 15 Athletes on Santa’s Naughty List in 2012

    15 Athletes on Santa’s Naughty List in 2012

    Well, Christmas is just 4 days away now, and you know what that means: it’s time for Santa to finalize his lists of who was naughty this year and who was nice. Now, obviously the bearded one doesn’t like to make these lists public. However, it just so happens that I know a few Christmas […]

  • This Day In Sports History (December 21st) – Martin Brodeur

    This Day In Sports History (December 21st) – Martin Brodeur

    It was on this day in 2009 that New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur recorded his 104th regular season shutout.  As a result, Brodeur broke the record for most career shutouts, which was previously held by Terry Sawchuk. Terry Sawchuk’s record lasted nearly 40 years and at the time of his retirement many experts believed […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 12/20/2012 — Kevin Love

    Stat Line of the Night — 12/20/2012 — Kevin Love

    Beating the Oklahoma City Thunder hasn’t been an easy feat to accomplish for NBA teams as of late, as Kevin Durant and company entered last night with their 12-game winning still intact.  But the Minnesota Timberwolves were up to the task on Thursday, as they put an end to the Thunder’s winning streak thanks to […]