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College Football Heisman Standings: Week 5

Two of our five Heisman candidates teams lost last week (South Carolina, Baylor), which means we are looking at a completely different list this week. 1. Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama Last Week: 29 carries, 181 yards, 2 TD’s Season: 96 carries, 622 yards, 10 TD’s In Richardson’s last four games he has rushed for at […]

College Football Heisman Standings: Week 4

Were now through four weeks of college football and this is about the time we start to see players solidify their position as a Heisman candidate. Once again I have reshuffled my Heisman standings, this time due to a loss. Remember it’s not just about individual statistics, but how your team performs during the year. […]

West Virginia University: A School Without a Conference?

This should be a joyous week in Morgantown. The Mountaineers are 3-0, ranked 16th in the country and are playing host to No. 2 LSU, on Saturday. If that wasn’t enough they are hosting College Gameday for the first time in school history. So everything is perfect in Morgantown right? Wrong! Despite all that good […]

College Football Heisman Standings: Week 3

Three weeks into the college season and we are now starting to see some familiar faces on the Heisman list. Now that most teams are done playing cupcakes and begin to start conference play, we will see the cream rise to the top. 1. Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina Stat Line: 37 carries, 246 yards, […]

College Football Heisman Standings: Week 2

Our top three Heisman candidates from week one were all off this week, so with that sad there has been a bit of a shakeup in week two of our Heisman standings. 1. Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina Stat Line: 27 carries, 176 yards, 1 TD Season: 50 carries, 288 yards, 4 TD’s I had […]

College Football Heisman Standings: Week 1

Week one of college football is in the books and some players stood out while others came up small in their games, i.e. LaMichael James. With all that said it is time to take a look at our Heisman rankings after week one of the college football season. 1. Landry Jones, QB Oklahoma Stat Line: […]

Place Your Bets: 2011 NCAA College Football Odds

The college football season is about to kick off in a matter of weeks. With that said its time to handicap the field and take a look at a couple of the early favorites, some teams that will give you more bang for your buck and a couple of potential sleepers. All lines are from […]

2011 Boston College Football Preview

The Boston College Eagles have opened up camp as they look forward to kicking off the 2011 season, which begins Sept. 3 against Northwestern. Boston College is coming off a 7-6 season (4-4 ACC) where they rallied to win their final five games to become bowl eligible. The Eagles faced off against Nevada in the […]

What the NBA Lockout Means for the Celtics

The NBA lockout is in full swing and no one should be surprised at all. The writing has been on the walls for the past two seasons and now that it is here everyone should bunker down because it’s going to be here for quite some time. There are two sides to this argument. On […]

Playing With ESPN’s NBA Trade Machine

The NBA is in a lockout. This is terrible news because there will be no more basketball and no more trades. Luckily for us, ESPN has the Trade Machine, which allows people to try to pull off fake trades and see if the deals would work for both teams. It’s a genius idea because fans […]

Josh Smith Wants To Be Traded To The Celtics?

Former NBA slam dunk champion Josh Smith could be leaving Atlanta and packing his bags for Boston. The 2010 NBA All-Defensive Second Team selection has the Celtics on a short list of teams for his services. According to reports, Smith has not requested a trade, but has told friends that the Celtics, Nets, Rockets and […]

Potential 2011 Celtics Free Agent Target: Carl Landry

The biggest concern for the Boston Celtics entering free agency is addressing their need for big men. With Shaq now retired, Nenad Krstic going to play overseas and Glen Davis now a free agent, it’s obvious that the Celtics No. 1 goal this offseason is to pick up a power forward or center. I have […]

Potential 2011 Celtics Free Agent Target: Nene Hilario

The Boston Celtics will certainly have some cap space this off season to pursue a couple above average free agents. With the concerns at the center position and the retirement of Shaq, I decided to focus on Nene Hilario for the first of multiple reports of what the Celtics will do this upcoming off season. […]

2011 Celtics Free Agent Reports: Arroyo, Murphy, Pavlovic, Wafer

Perhaps the guys who are in limbo the most are the guys who saw little to no time. Carlos Arroyo, Troy Murphy and Sasha Pavlovic were all mid-season pick-ups and all three will most likely not be returning to the Celtics next year. Von Wafer, on the other hand, has a chance to be back […]

2011 Celtics Free Agent Report: Delonte West

Delonte West missed most of the regular season with a wrist injury, but when the playoffs came around West was a key player off the bench. In the playoffs, West averaged 19 minutes a game, scoring 6.6 points and shooting 47% from the field. The Celtics have to re-sign Delonte West for a couple reasons. […]