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When you play your college football in the same conference as Tim Tebow, it can be pretty tough to get the attention you deserve – even if you pick off the Heisman Trophy winner and return it 96 yards for a touchdown.
Make no mistake about it: former Tennessee Volunteers’ safety Eric Berry is the real deal.
In 2009, he was a unanimous All-America and won the Jim Thorpe Award, which goes to the nation’s top defensive back. Considered by many to be the top defensive back in last April’s NFL Draft, Berry was selected fifth overall by the Kansas City Chiefs. And there is little doubt Berry will have an immediate impact in K.C.
SIKIDS.com had a chance to catch up with the sensational safety at photo shoot for the new Adidas Scorch adiZero football cleat (Berry will sport the new shoe as he strikes fear into opposing wide receivers this season). Berry talked about everything from his college experience to his expectations for the NFL….More »
CHICAGO (AP) -- After all those dirt-kicking, base-tossing tantrums, Lou Piniella is going out with more of a whimper.
This isn't the way he envisioned his final days as the Chicago Cubs' manager.
The team had bigger plans, too.
Piniella announced Tuesday he will retire at the end of the season, completing a storied and often colorful career that included 18 years in the majors as a player and another 22 as a manager.More »
This post's for all you surfers.
And for everyone else out there like me... aka, people that can't surf a lick but still enjoy styling and profiling while trying...More »
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Olympic gold medalist Jennie Finch announced Tuesday that she will retire next month, bringing an end to a 10-year career in which she helped softball blossom in the United States.More »
There’s no busier time in professional tennis than the summer months. Between Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and World Team Tennis, it’s the most important time for players to train and compete.
That isn’t stopping tennis star Andy Roddick from giving back to the community.
This past weekend, the top-ranked American men’s player traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska to run a tennis clinic for athletes competing in the 2010 Special Olympics.
SIKIDS.com had a chance to catch up with Roddick before he took to the court. Check out what he had to say…
The Miami Heat’s “Big Three” stole all the headlines last week. But plenty of other standout free agents were faced with big decisions of their own.
Among them was David Lee, a power forward who managed to rebound, hustle, and pick-and-roll his way into a six-year, $80 million sign-and-trade contract with the Golden State Warriors.
During his five years with the Knicks, Lee quietly became the face of the franchise. Last season, he averaged 20.2 points and 11.7 rebounds and was named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team.
We caught up to Lee in New York for the first stop of a seven-city tour to promote EA’s latest racing game, Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (in stores November 16).More »