Derrick Henry Breaks High School National Career Rushing Record

Derrick Henry Sets New HS Rushing Record

On Friday night four-star high school running Derrick Henry broke the nation career rushing record in his school’s Yulee High School’s playoff game versus Perry Taylor County High School. The record previously belonged to Ken Hall with 11, 232 rushing […]


NYC Mayor Bloomberg Cancels Basketball Game But Insists the Marathon Will Go On

Cancel a Basketball Game But the Marathon Goes On; C'Mon Bloomberg!

The effects of Hurricane Sandy can still be seen vividly throughout the entire New York City area and certain parts of its neighboring state of New Jersey. Millions of people have been greatly inconvenienced by loss of power and gas, […]


Fans Are Getting Out Of Hand And Something Needs To Be Done About It

Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

Sports fans are the lifeline and backbone behind any professional sports franchise, no matter how good or bad the team is. Without the fans financial funding and overall support, a professional franchise cannot operate on a day-to-day basis. Fans are […]


What Happened to Reebok?

Reebok Use to be the Number Two Athletic Shoe and Apparel Company in America; What Happened?

20 years ago the battle for supremacy in the athletic shoe and apparel war was a close one between the fast rising, Nike and the second power on the block Reebok, but now two decades later the latter is almost […]


What Is The Most Difficult Single-Season Feat To Accomplish In Sports?

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Throughout the lengthy history of sports there have been several single-season feats that seem extremely difficult to accomplish. All sports have at least one, while some sports have multiple feats that leave others scratching their heads attempting to figure out […]


ESPN’s 30 for 30 “Broke” Review

ESPN's 30 for 30 Titled "Broke" Exposes the How and Why Many Professional Athletes Lose Their Money

Last night ESPN kicked off a new season of their hit documentary series “30 for 30” with an introspective into how and why professional athletes lose all of their money entitled “Broke.” Let me say for one that I was […]


Which Postseason Process is the Best?

Which Postseason Process is the Best?

No matter what sport it is the best time of the season is without question the playoffs; playoffs (in Jim Mora’s voice), yup the playoffs there is simply nothing like it. The hunt for a championship between the best teams […]


The Best Play-by-Play and Analyst Duos

Jeff Van Gundy and Mike Breen Are the Best at What They Do

The chemistry between a play-by-play commentator and analyst (or as they were formally known as color-man) is one that can take watching a game from being an everyday run of the mill experience to one that can have a completely […]


Millionaires Versus Billionaires Makes Commoners Suffer

Millionaires Versus Billionaires Makes Commoners Suffer

It has seemed as if over the past few years there has been some form of work stoppage or threat of one amongst the four major professional American sports leagues. Will these players strike? Will these players be locked out? […]


What Time of Year is the Best in Sports?

The World Series is One of the Many Reasons Why Fall is the Best Time of Year in Sports

If you are a fan of professional and collegiate sports then there is always some kind of action going on no matter what time of year or season it currently is. Some times of the year have more action going […]


ESPN’s 30 for 30 Returns, Rejoice!

Winning Time: Reggie Miller's 30 for 30 is one of the Greatest Sports Documentaries of All-Time

Back in the fall of 2009 ESPN introduced the world to an amazing series of documentaries titled ‘30 for 30’. With these exciting and well-thought out documentaries sports fans were allowed to view certain aspects and players within the world […]