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