When Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller switched positions, many media members portrayed the decision as a selfless act by an individual placing team needs above his own. That's a half-truth. Miller has no NFL future as a QB. He does have a lot of pro potential as a wide receiver though. So the situation is actually a win-win for Braxton Miller, for both his individual, and … [Read more...] about Braxton Miller could have Antwaan Randle El type NFL career
Today, the SEC and ESPN announced their partnership in forming an SEC network. The deal will give ESPN the rights to all SEC sports on television. However, CBS will still be able to keep one SEC game of the week, keeping a longstanding arrangement between CBS and the SEC. The SEC Network deal runs until 2034. Making it the longest television deal in history. Not the longest … [Read more...] about SEC and ESPN finalize SEC network
About a week has passed since I released part one of this mock draft composite. A few of those 13 expert predictions for whom the Bears will pick have changed since I compiled the list on February 23rd. Take a look at who has changed their mind since last week, and get an inside look at the rest of the draft prospects who have been most commonly linked to the Bears. … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears mock draft composite part 2
Fans, analysts and (surely) the teams themselves have had this one circled all season. Indiana and Michigan were projected to be the Big Ten's two best teams before the beginning of the 2012-13 college basketball campaign, and each has held true to form -- even if in inverse order to this point. And at 9 p.m. today, the Hoosiers and Wolverines -- both with 7-1 Big Ten … [Read more...] about Keys for the #3 Indiana Hoosiers against the #1 Michigan Wolverines
ESPN continues to dumb down it's audience and make people less informed about sports. Today the network actually posed this question for its panel: "How much do you blame Jay Cutler for RG III's injury?" Yes, this is not parody but a serious attempt at "journalism" by the WWL. What a way to "cover" the Robert Griffin III surgery that took place today. screen grab courtesy … [Read more...] about ESPN finds Jay Cutler at fault for Robert Griffin III injury
In an on-air interview during Friday's broadcast of ESPN First Take, ESPN censored Skip Bayless. The in-studio hosts cut to Bayless for his opinion on Tim Tebow's GQ Magazine cover. Bayless took the opportunity to turn the discussion into a religious rant about the prosecution of Tebow and his faith. … [Read more...] about ESPN Censors Skip Bayless?
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg has certainly lived up to all the hype surrounding him when he became the #1 pick in the 2010 Major League Baseball draft. Despite his elbow injury during his rookie season, which required Tommy John surgery, Strasburg has bounced back to nearly 100% health and strength. But a lot has been made on the Nationals decision to shut … [Read more...] about Shutting down Strasburg is. . .STUPID
Don Van NattaJr., ESPN.com is reporting that the family of Joe Paterno has sent a letter of appeal concerning the NCAA's Penn State sanctions. The letter, received by the NCAA on Friday, asks that the sanctions against Penn State and Joe Paterno for covering up the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal be appealed. A copy of the letter has fallen into the hands of ESPN’s … [Read more...] about Joe Paterno’s Family Appeals Penn State Sanctions