Monthly Archives: April 2012

Stern says injuries not related to schedule

Is he serious? Of course the schedule is to blame but it seems that David Stern will take any position he feels will put him in a favorable standing with the public. Now sure, the schedule may not be the … Continue reading

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Should college coaches have a say in student-athlete transfers?

One of the hot issues that came up this week was the story concerning the University of Wisconsin’s basketball coach Bo Ryan’s attempt to block redshirt freshman Jarrod Uthoff from transferring to another school.

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Barkley ads big success for Weight Watchers

Like any company that is looking to increase its market, Weight Watchers has been targeting a largely untapped category in the weight-loss game; men. I say largely untapped because neither one of their biggest competitors being Nutrisystem and Jenny Craig … Continue reading

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Are players sleeping through NFL, NBA rookie transition programs?

We are at a time when NFL and NBA players’ salaries are at an all-time high but just as sure as you turn on the news you hear a story about some player filing for bankruptcy. The most recent victim … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow says all NFL players are role models

Tim Tebow gave an Easter Sunday speech to a gathering of about 15,000 people this past Sunday and had a word for all those NFL players who say they aren’t role models. “Yes you are. You’re just not a good … Continue reading

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