Archive | January, 2010

Tim Tebow Bombs in 31-13 Senior Bowl Loss

Tim Tebow

MOBILE, Ala. – Now that all the hype and glory of college ball is behind him, Tebow has a more challenging task at hand, impressing NFL scouts who are good talent evaluators and certainly know the huge difference between a college and an NFL quarterback.

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Phil Mickelson and his wedge get support from the PGA


The story of Phil Mickelson being called a cheat by a fellow golfer has circulated this week at the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. Mickelson is using a wedge with square grooves rather than V-shaped grooves. The square-grooved clubs were banned by the U.S Golf Association (USGA) except for those that were manufactured by Ping prior to April 1, 1990.

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Herschel Walker Fights Father Time

Daisy Rosas, Strikeforce

At the age of 47 years young Herschel Walker appears ready to test father time. In September of 2009 it was announced that Walker signed a contract with STRIKEFORCE to compete in the heavyweight division. Currently trained by “Crazy” Bob Cook at the American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose California, the high profile camp has […]

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Williams Sisters Capture Doubles Trophy

Williams Tennis

The Williams sisters continue their march into history with their fourth Aussie Open doubles championship. They took down the #1 seeded team, of Cara Black and Liezel Huber 6-4, 6-3. The women hold 11 Grand Slam doubles trophies and don’t look like they are stoppable any time soon.

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NBA News: Oden Admits Taking Nude Photos, Crittenton’s Gun Plea

Javaris Crittenton

PORTLAND – Portland Blazers center Greg Oden has stepped up to the mic and apologized, admitting the nude photos circulating the internet are of him and were taken 1 1/2 years ago with his cell phone and sent to a former girlfriend.

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Saints’ Defense Batters Favre, Earns Trip to Miami

Photo: REUTERS/Sean Gardner

NEW ORLEANS – Who Dat in the Super Bowl? It’s Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints but it took overtime to get there. After being frustrated by a swarming Vikings defense most of the game, Drew Brees lead his offense down the field on his team’s first possession in overtime to set up a 40-yard game-winning kick by New Orleans kicker Garrett Hartley and claim the NFC Championship.

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Manning Dissects Jets’ Defense Leading Colts to AFC Championship

Peyton Manning

INDIANAPOLIS – Colts quarterback Peyton Manning figured out a way to dissect the New York Jets defense and outplayed Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez on Sunday, leading his Colts to a 30-17 comeback victory and earning a trip to Miami for the Super Bowl.

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NBA Announces Starting All-Star Rosters

Photo: REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

NEW YORK – The results of the fan balloting are in for the NBA All-Star game and this year like most other years reminds us how the best or most deserving players do not always make it to the game.
Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson was voted to start for the Eastern Conference alongside Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett. Garnett has missed a good portion of the season and A.I. well, we know all about A.I.

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Vikings late TD against the Cowboys was no insult in today’s pro sports scene

Photo: Dallas News

When Brett Favre threw his fourth touchdown on Sunday in the Vikings 34-3 win, the Dallas Cowboys erupted in anger at the lack of respect and classless act. Really? That’s what you’ve chosen as the line that shouldn’t be crossed? The unwritten rules of etiquette, sports-style, have been dwindling for years. As players and teams ignore conventional wisdom about what is out of line there are few acts that most agree are beyond the pale.

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Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week – Childress & the Vikes

Photo: Tom Olmscheid Reuters

This week’s Slap-of-the-Week is a slam dunk and it goes to Brad Childress and his Minnesota Vikings for running up the score in a lopsided NFL playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. Brett Favre gets an open-handed backhand thrown his way as well just for good measure.

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