The Oakland Athletics put together a magical run in 2002 that may never be repeated.
Billy Bean took a group of guys that couldn’t get on the field anywhere else and turned them into a division winner launching a phenomenon that took the baseball world by storm.
Moneyball was born and stolen by big market teams, and [...]
For the last week, the media of the sports world has zeroed in on Happy Valley, Penn. However, the news isn’t happy, but extremely tragic.
Penn State University and Joe Paterno have had a wonderful marriage for the last 45 years. Coach Paterno is not only the face of the football team, but an icon for [...]
Saturday night the Wildcats traveled to Midwestern State and suffered their worst loss in recent memory. Despite the tumultuous three hours for ACU on the field, covering a game from the sidelines and press box was a wonderful experience.
An hour before the LSC matchup, players and coaches could be seen going through drills or doing [...]
We are five games into a ten game schedule for the ACU Wildcat football team, and right now, the ‘Cats are where they want to be.
Coach Chris Thomsen has his guys at 4-1 overall and, more importantly, 3-0 in the Lone Star Conference.
Sure, there have been some plays the Wildcats would like to have back. [...]
“They’ll break your heart, kid.” It’s what Jimmy Fallon’s uncle told him in the movie Fever Pitch as Fallon grew up a Boston Red Sox fan.
I know the feeling of heartbreak when it comes to sports teams. I have been a fan of the Tennessee Titans since the team moved to Nashville from Houston.
I remember [...]
The Big 12 Conference could be seeing a change in scenery soon.
According to sources, Texas A&M University president R. Bowen Loftin talked with Big 12 Conference board chairman Brady Deaton on Monday night about A&M leaving the conference.
A&M stated its desire to join the South Eastern Conference before this meeting.
Two weeks ago, SEC presidents and [...]
It’s that time of the year again, sports fans. Time to pull out the ol’ pigskin, don your favorite jersey, set your laptop in front of you and draft your fantasy football team.
This offseason was a grueling six months of not knowing whether we, as fantasy athletes, would even get to play our beautiful game [...]
After witnessing the classless play of the Lakers during their season-ending series against the Mavericks, I have determined two immutable things.
The first is that the National Basketball Association must do something serious about the flagrant fouls committed by the Lakers during the series.
It was not just the hard hits by Lamar Odom and Andrew Bynum [...]
Being a Mavericks fan, I have always stood by my team, despite its shortcomings in the postseason.
Despite what the analysts say, the Mavericks haven’t choked every year in the playoffs. Getting beat by a better team is different then blowing a series you should easily win. However, the Mavericks have done both during the last [...]
Ninth place in the NHL Western Conference sounds bad, but it sounds a bit better when you consider the fact that your team was thirteenth the season before and a non-factor in playoff conversation.
That’s why the decision by Joe Nieuwendyk to fire Coach Marc Crawford seems a bit hasty. Crawford was in just his second season [...]
It was a thrilling Sunday. A 21-year-old who had led the Masters for three full rounds had fallen apart. Birdies were abundant, as 10 golfers had a shot at the lead. More exciting than all of that though was one familiar face among all the rest – Eldrick “Tiger” Woods.
Woods had an unbelievable front nine [...]
When millionaires argue with billionaires, who wins? I do not know which side wins, but I do know who loses and that is the fans.
On the surface, the NFL lockout is between the players and the owners. Both sides are arguing over salaries and contracts. They quarrel over how many games will be played and [...]