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- Tony Allen Set A New Low For Egregriously And Horribly Flopping
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- Injured Steelers Tight End Heath Miller Is Improving, But Cautious
Posts by Danny Groner
College football can be an emotional game for players, and we discovered on Tuesday night during an Intelligence Squared series debate just how hard it is for some former players to separate their feelings from the facts.
At last evening’s showing of the new play Headstrong, presented by Ensemble Studio Theatre on Manhattan’s West 52nd street, you could sense that the audience and the actors had one man specifically on their minds: Junior Seau.
Basketball and Broadway aren’t exactly a natural pair. But neither were Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, subjects of the new play Magic/Bird opening April 11 in New York City. What results isn’t a masterpiece of a production, however the sports elements of the show are rich with both reality and nostalgia.
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel’s hour-long look at the nature of business in collegiate athletics opened up fresh debate over the issue of compensation and fairness.
A media darling was stopped short last night in its quest for a title when BYU fell to two-seeded Florida in overtime.
After a weekend of NCAA Tournament games that sent home most teams from the heralded Big East, reporters for schools around the conference wonder: what happened?
By now you’ve seen the vicious hit made by the Bruins’ Zdeno Chara on Canadien Max Pacioretty last week. Here, a roundup of what they’re saying across the border.
The question is – what team might take the bait and bring Tiki Barber aboard? Most bloggers say their teams should stay away…except for one.
Even if he wasn’t the player crying in the locker room on Sunday, Chris Bosh might have something to worry about.
Mutiny? Revolt? Protest? Whatever’s going on in Detroit, it’s clearly toxic. Let’s see where the media is placing the blame for this big ugly mess.