Browsing All Posts filed under »Uncategorized«

Off the Cuff: Border War, I Bid you Adieu

November 22, 2011

0

By Jeremy Sickel The Border War is the moniker given to the intense rivalry between two universities planted squarely in the heart of our great country. The University of Missouri Tigers and the University of Kansas Jayhawks have a rich history matched by no other, due to their roots dating back to the Pre-Civil War […]

Dispatch from the Edge: Week ending 11/18/11

November 18, 2011

0

By Michael Devlin Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos enjoyed an extraordinary stroke of luck this week when he was rescued in his native Venezuela by police forces last Saturday. Perhaps ignorant of the risks involved, he claims he plans to play the winter season with the local Aragua Tigers, starting this week. During later interviews, […]

Q&A with Former NFL Tight End Byron Chamberlain

November 16, 2011

0

Tell us a little about what you have been up to since retiring from the NFL. Since leaving the NFL I have gone back to school to complete my Bachelor’s degree in Communications at Wayne State. I’ve also tried my hand at coaching football at both the college and high school level. Currently, I’m working […]

Sweet and Sour: College Football Week 11

November 13, 2011

0

By Jeremy Sickel Sweet 1. Oklahoma State – The Cowboys are putting in major work lately after a 66-6 beat down of the Texas Tech Red Raiders. With two legitimate Heisman trophy candidates on board, Oklahoma State seems to have only one hurdle – Oklahoma – on their way to a National Championship appearance. 2. […]

Goodbye Big 12, Hello SEC

November 13, 2011

0

By Steve Goldberg Last Sunday, the University of Missouri announced that it was officially joining the Southeastern Conference. Saturday afternoon, Missouri made a statement when the Big 12 powerhouse Texas Longhorns came to visit Columbia. Mizzou’s defense held the Texas offense to just a first quarter field goal in a 17-5 Tiger victory, their first […]

Ashton Kutcher weighs in on Paterno Firing, then Fires himself from Twitter

November 10, 2011

0

By Jeremy Sickel One of the more popular accounts on Twitter will no longer be controlled by its namesake. After receiving a plethora of angry mentions directed his way Wednesday evening about his comments on the firing of Penn State Head Coach Joe Paterno, Ashton Kutcher has decided it to be in his best interest to […]

Former Kansas State All-American Michael Beasely Admits to Improper Benefits

October 27, 2011

0

By Geoff Ratliff Michael Beasley stays losing. I mean this kid seriously can not keep his name out of the mud, even during the NBA lockout. First there was this failed attempt to organize an all-star basketball game this past weekend, but now comes an admission in this piece on SI.com, that he and his mother received money […]