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MLB National League Division Races to Watch in September

For diehard baseball fans, at least two of the divisions in the MLB National League will have interesting races to follow in September. Dominance has taken over in the NL East while the NL Central » Read More

Greg Biffle Announces Ortho as the New 2015 Sponsor for the No. 16

It was bad news for Greg Biffle and Roush Fenway Racing when they learned that 3M, Biffle’s primary sponsor, was moving to Hendrick Motorsports next season to sponsor Jeff Gordon’s No. 24 Chevrolet. On Friday at Bristol » Read More

John Calipari Calls the Mike Francesa Show to Respond to Francesa’s Criticisms of Him

Mike Francesa continues to be one the most interesting, if not controversial, sports talk show radio hosts in the country. On Tuesday, Kentucky head coach John Calipari was an in-studio guest on Francesa’s WFAN radio » Read More

Green Bay Packers are Officially America’s Team

Let’s get something straight right off the bat. When the Dallas Cowboys were originally referred to as ‘America’s Team’, they were coached by Tom Landry, Roger Staubach was the quarterback, Tony Dorsett was running the » Read More

Jim Kelly Free of Cancer According to Doctors

There is such a thing as miracles in this world after all. In a follow-up screening for sinus cancer on Tuesday, former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly was told by doctors that there was “no » Read More

Carl Edwards to Drive for Joe Gibbs Racing Beginning in 2015

Last month on the morning of the Brickyard 400, Carl Edwards announced that he was leaving Roush Fenway Racing. And now he has landed in his new racing home. On Tuesday morning it became official that » Read More

MLB American League Division Races to Watch in September

When the NFL season begins every season, the MLB division races seemingly take a back seat except in cities where teams are still competing for a playoff spot. With the addition of a second wild-card » Read More

Cleveland Browns Name Brian Hoyer as Opening Day Quarterback

Last week, Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine said that the opening day starter at quarterback would be named on Tuesday, the day after the Browns played the Redskins in a preseason matchup on Monday » Read More

Ohio St. Quarterback Braxton Miller Could Miss Entire Season

The 2014-15 college football season hasn’t even started but there could already be a tremendous shift in the balance of power among the college football elite. According to The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio St. Buckeyes’ senior » Read More

Johnny Manziel Flips Bird to Redskins’ Sideline

If you’ve ever watched the one-hour show “Quick Pitch” on the MLB Network, you should be familiar with a segment of the show entitled “Who kept their cool?” During the segment, it usually features a » Read More

Kansas City Royals Continue Hot Streak, Extend Division Lead to 1.5 Games Over Detroit

George Brett, Willie Wilson, Frank White and Steve Balboni led a strong Kansas City Royals hitting attack to defeat the Minnesota Twins 12-6 on Sunday night behind a strong starting performance from Cy Young Award » Read More

FSU No. 1 in AP Poll but SEC Dominates Top 25

The defending national champion Florida State Seminoles sit atop The Associated Press preseason college football poll and will begin the season with the nation’s top ranking for the sixth time in school history. Led by » Read More

Jeff Gordon Wins at Michigan for First Time in 13 Years

It was 13 years ago that Jeff Gordon took a victory lap in Michigan after winning a race there which, incidentally, was the last time he won the NASCAR championship. Gordon, who has three wins this » Read More

The SEC Network has Officially Launched

On August 30, 2007, the Big Ten Network officially launched but it didn’t receive nearly the same hype as the SEC Network had for its official launch last evening. On, the website had a » Read More

San Francisco Finally Says Goodbye to Candlestick

Close your eyes for just a second and think back to the 1980s when the San Francisco 49ers played a big game at Candlestick park. Imagine the opening intro on CBS with the legendary voice » Read More

Tony Stewart to Skip Race this Weekend at Michigan

A day after Tony Stewart struck and killed sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr., he decided to sit out Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen. Stewart has made the same decision this week regarding » Read More

Big Ben ‘hurt in a sense’ by Former Teammate’s Comments

It’s interesting how some players talk negatively about their former team, teammates or coaching staff but that’s nothing new. Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders spent the past four years as a Pittsburgh Steeler before arriving in » Read More

LeBron James and the Cavs will be on National TV a Bunch in 2014-15

When LeBron James was playing in Cleveland before becoming a member of the Miami Heat, it seemed as if the Cavaliers were on national television every night. It seemed that not a Thursday went by » Read More