Two in the Box

Two in the Box: Athletes need reality check

With the economy in its current state, everything is affected – even sports. That apparently has the Detroit Pistons’ Rasheed Wallace losing some sleep.

Two in the Box: Let the celebration begin

It is about time that the NCAA football enters the 21st century. They still don’t have a playoff format as Ohio State and the team that has not been beaten in regulation, LSU, backed into the National Championship. Also, it is somehow illegal for 18-22 year old kids to act their age and celebrate.

Two in the Box: The heartbreak kid

It was inevitable. The Cleveland Indians run was going to end sooner or later. Unlike the thousands of Indians faithful that could see a World Series championship, I knew that Clevelanders should not get overexcited about their team’s success.

Two in the Box: Getting hit by the stick

My question is, when will the powers that be finally create a system of punishment for these athletes that will actually hold them accountable for their wrongdoings?

Two in the Box: Mock Draft 2007

1. Oakland Raiders - JaMarcus Russell QB, L.S.U. - Oakland’s quarterback situation was more than lackluster last season. Russell is a big, athletic quarterback who can give Oakland an edge under center from his first day on the job.

Two in the Box: Living the suite life

My Easter break afforded me a rare opportunity. I scored a suite ticket to a Buffalo Bandits indoor lacrosse game. However, it wasn’t all it was cracked up to be.

Two in the Box: Art of the hockey fight

In light of the recent Buffalo Sabres-Ottawa Senators series, I’ve been contemplating fighting in the NHL. A lot of people misunderstand fighting and ice hockey. Regardless of the fact that the NHL has dropped out of the limelight, there seems to be a lot of support for the NHL on the campus of John Carroll…

Two in the Box: True athletics

All year long the sports media, particularly the king corrupter, ESPN, pump sports fans full of mostly useless information about sports that we, as fans, love. I warn any baseball fan because in the next few weeks the talking skeleton, Peter Gammons, will be providing useless prognostication for a season that won’t end until there is snow on the ground, again.