Debate over Concussions Will Only Intensify After Weekend of Traumatic Head Injuries and Vicious Hits

The 2010 NFL season may be best remembered for the vicious hits and numerous concussions that have been doled out.  Each week this season there seems to have been a number of concussions, but no Sunday may have been as devastating as this past weekend. In a day of games filled with rattling blows, no […]

Packers Vote to Allow NFLPA to Decertify if Owner’s Lockout Players in 2011

On Tuesday, the head of the NFL Players Association, DeMaurice Smith, said that he sees very clear signs the owners are preparing for no football in 2011. The NFLPA leader was in Green Bay at a tailgate style luncheon with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, where the two asked fans to support the players as a […]

Ichiro Sets another Hitting Record

Ichiro Suzuki, better known simply as Ichiro, continues to set Major League Baseball records.  On Thursday, the Seattle Mariners outfielder got his 200th hit of the season.  It was the tenth consecutive season Ichiro had accomplished the task. Ichiro came into the season as having the most consecutive 200 hit seasons by an American League […]

Sabathia Notches 20th Win of Season as Yankees Blowout Orioles

Saturday’s game between the Yankees and the Orioles was a historic event for a number of Yankees.  In the 11-3 Yankee victory, starting pitcher C.C. Sabathia notched his twentieth win of the season.  It was the first time the former Cy Young Award winner has made it to the landmark after finishing with 19 wins […]

Ingram Leads Tide Past Duke in First Action of Season

Not that it looked like they needed him, but Alabama’s Mark Ingram returned to action on Saturday after sitting out the first two weeks of the college football season following orthoscopic knee surgery.  Last year’s Heisman winner made quick work of the Duke defense and put the whispers that his replacement may be better than […]

Spartans Beat Notre Dame with Overtime Trickery

New coach, same outcome.  Three games into the Brian Kelly era, Notre Dame football is still reeling.  For the second consecutive week, the Irish experienced a last minute defeat to another team from Michigan.  Last week Denard Robinson brought his one-man show to South Bend and knocked off the Irish in the closing minutes of […]

Arizona Beats Iowa in Weekends Only Match-Up of Top 25 Teams

Saturday’s only game matching two of the nation’s top 25 football teams capped a day that had been filled with a dramatic finishes with one its own.  At halftime the Iowa and Arizona game looked to be over, with Arizona taking a 27-7 lead into halftime, however the game came right down to the wire, […]

Vick Dazzles as Eagles Fall to Packers

The Green Bay – Philadelphia game was supposed to feature a team with Super Bowl aspirations and a team breaking in a new quarterback.  The game ended with Green Bay highlighting why they are a favorite to reach the big game, and with Philadelphia breaking in a new quarterback, just not the one they had […]

Bob Costas to Host Baseball: A New York Love Story

    Baseball: A New York Love Story will begin airing on Sunday, September 26.  The multi-part series examines the love affair that New York has with baseball.  The series will be broadcast by WNET.ORG and hosted by Bob Costas. At the heart of the series are the memories of New York baseball throughout the […]

Roddick Makes another Early Exit

The U.S. Open is underway in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. and America’s best hope of winning the Men’s title is already out.  Around midnight on Wednesday, Andy Roddick bowed out of the tournament in the second round, after being defeated by Janko Tipsarevic. Roddick’s loss was particularly disappointing because he had put so much effort into […]

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