Was there a game this past week that had you riveted to your seat? Maybe it was a game you saw in person. Maybe the action was so intense you dare not touch the remote. OR is there a game that you are looking forward to this week? Let’s us know about it here.
Last year the Bruins survived 80-75 on the Duck pond in Eugene. Some changes have taken place since then – Kevin Love (who spurned Oregon’s recruiting advances despite his father playing for Oregon in the 70s) and Russell Westbrook are now earning paychecks in the NBA.
Have you seen a great sports performance this week – maybe on the national level or the local level? Was it a feat of athletic prowess, an incredible accomplishment, or an ultimate act of sportsmanship? Here’s the place to note that performance.
The Pickin’ Splinters theoretical tournament culminates with the crowning of this year’s champion.
Casey thought it was about time that I write a Bowl season round-up, so I said “Yes, boss, how fast do you want that? I’ll drop everything and get right on it”. Well, it actually didn’t go like that, but after I stopped cussin’ and throwin’ things, this is what came out. It’s kinda like […]
As we turn the page on 2008, the two most recent major free agent signings in MLB, for very different reasons, remind us of that familiar phrase associated with ringing in the new year.
The 2nd ranked, 11-0 Penn State Nittany Lions & coach Joe Paterno came to Tempe as underdogs to the supremely confident, top-ranked, 11-0 Miami Hurricanes of coach Jimmy Johnson.
Before the year past fades away take a moment at this roadside stand, and weigh in on the top sports events of 2008.
For the first time in Belt history, the Fiesta Bowl was the site of The Belt championship battle.
The Big East began conference play earlier this week with a bang as a young but talented Georgetown team went on the road and thoroughly handled the pre-season Big East Champions UConn Huskies 74-63.