I talked to two-time NFL MVP Kurt Warner about his Super Bowl pick, what it was like "Dancing with the Stars," and his set of Good Sports Gang smart phone apps...More »
Flashback: 2009, when the Cleveland Indians traded Cliff Lee to the Philadelphia Phillies.
The star pitcher still had one more year on his contract. And that year, despite winning two games for the Phillies in the World Series, he and his team lost to the New York Yankees (giving the Yanks their 27th World Series title).More »
This season, Colts fans emotions have turned from delight to shock as they stare liked a dazed deer at the outcome of games. The Colts, a team of talented players led by champion quarterback Peyton Manning, began the season with almost guaranteed success. Now they find themselves tumbling into oblivion, falling short of its NFL record streak of consecutive 12-win seasons.More »
It has been long debated whether college football should decide its champion by the BCS or a playoff system. People have taken opposing sides on this issue and both points of view contain positives and negatives.More »
There’s an adage that says things get better with age. However, this is not necessarily the case it comes to big-time college basketball.
The freshman class of 2010 has some phenomenal players who have stepped into leadership roles for some of the nation’s top teams. I guess that sometimes age doesn’t really matter, especially for these key first-year players that have made an immediate impact during the early part of this season. More »
We all know the story of Cinderella. It’s one of the first stories a kid is taught, a fairy tale. In sports, Cinderella is a person or group that achieves unexpected or sudden success.
What would Cinderella look like on a bicycle? Perhaps like Lance Armstrong after his comeback from cancer. What about in a hockey uniform? Probably like the 1980 U.S. Olympic team.More »
Talk about a turnaround! When last season ended, these teams were near, if not at, the bottom of the standings. But here they are now, leading their divisions and staying in the top five of their conference.
So you might ask: Who did that? What did they do? How did they do it?
Without further ado, the NFL’s three turnaround teams... More »