Cleveland’s Desperate Billboard Campaign to Keep Lebron

Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were eliminated in the 2nd round of the playoffs. And while Mr. James' stock may be down a bit, by no means is Cleveland ready to see him ... Continue Reading →

The 6 Types of Coaches

There are many different coaches. In fact, there seem to be about 20 or 30 on every team now. But every coach fits into one of these six categories … Continue Reading →

Yankees-Red Sox Play Game in 45 Minutes After MLB Lifts Cocaine Ban

One day after Commissioner Bud Selig announced cocaine use would be legalized and encouraged for every remaining Yankees-Red Sox series this season, the two teams played Sunday night’s ... Continue Reading →

Everyone on Titans Sick of Myron Rolle Calling It "American Football"

Though he’s been a member of the Tennesee Titans for less than a month, 6thround draft pick and former Rhodes Scholar Myrone Rolle has already made enemies on the team by constantly ... Continue Reading →

Accurate Entrance Songs for 7 MLB Players

Every Major League player has a specific song that plays every time they come up to bat. But it's rare that a player's song truly fits him. Here are 7 players who could use ... Continue Reading →

Pickup Lines from 12 of Your Favorite Athletes

Professional athletes have a lot going for them. Fame. Money. What they often don't have is a way with words. Especially around the opposite sex. As evidence, here are the go-to ... Continue Reading →

Your Favorite Teams Say A Lot About You

There are many ways to stereotype someone. Most of them are wrong and unfair. Except for one: your favorite team. The team you choose to root for says a lot about you. In fact, it ... Continue Reading →

Madden Simulation Predicts Roethlisberger Will Win Case, Settle Out of Court

According to the official Madden NFL video game simulation, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will be charged with sexual assault for his incident in Georgia. However, ... Continue Reading →

Royals Let Kid Who Threw Opening Pitch Stay in for Rest of Game

Thirteen-year-old Tim Harper’s lifetime dream was to pitch for the Kansas City Royals. Yesterday, against the Detroit Tigers, he got his wish and then some. The Branson, Missouri, ... Continue Reading →

Tutor Took Press Conference Questions for John Wall

NCAA officials are investigating allegations that a University of Kentucky tutor answered reporters’ questions in place of freshman basketball star John Wall at a press conference ... Continue Reading →

NCAA Tournament Drinking Game

The 2010 NCAA Tournament begins the day after St. Patrick's Day. May as well just keep drinking, no? Here you go … >>> Take a Sip of Beer Every Time … … ... Continue Reading →

Washington Generals Season Ticket Holders Threaten Boycott

In a letter to the owner, nearly a dozen Washington Generalsseason ticket holders have threatened to boycott next season if, “drastic changes are not made to improve the team ... Continue Reading →

Sources Tell Jay Glazer His Wife is Cheating on Him

According Fox Sports NFL Insider JayGlazer, there is now a “75-80 percent chance” that his wife is currently having relations behind closed doors with multiple partners ... Continue Reading →

NBC, Vancouver Apologize for Excellent Handling of Women’s Figure Skating Final

In a statement released this morning, NBC sports chief Dick Ebersol, speaking on behalf of his network and the city of Vancouver, issued a public apology for their coverage and hosting ... Continue Reading →

NBC Advertises Olympic Events on Facebook

In an effort to boostviewership numbers through the first week of this year’s Games, NBC is hoping to ride the social networking wave by advertising Olympic events on Facebook. ... Continue Reading →

Rockets, Wizards GMs Trying to Get Donnie Walsh Drunk Enough to Participate in 3-Way Trade

In an effort to speed up the process of a proposed three-team trade, Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey and Washington Wizards GM Ernie Grunfeld plan on inviting Knicks GM Donnie Walsh ... Continue Reading →

Breaking down the Super Bowl viewing audience

More than 106 million people watched the Saints and Colts play in Super Bowl XLIV — the largest audience for a TV program in U.S. history. Who were the people who did — and ... Continue Reading →