With Week 6 in the NFL underway, one eighth of the teams in the league are still without a win, each with a set of flaws that could lead to that trend continuing for the foreseeable future. But which of them will get a win first?
Jadeveon Clowney missed South Carolina's game against Kentucky last week, opting not to play due to injury just before the start of the game. While the air has been cleared by head coach Steve Spurrier, it was speculated that Clowney wasn't playing because he wanted to sit out the season and protect his body for the NFL Draft. That may not be such a bad idea.
For the last three years, I've spent a very special weekend in March at the America East Basketball Championships, a multi-day marathon in which contained three straight days, four games in each day, and at least 24 hours of basketball. Now that fun is being taken away from America East fans starting in 2015, as the conference has elected to go to a high seed format.
The United States' government shutdown is an embarrassment to the country, regardless of where you stand on the issues being debated. Now the aftereffects of the shutdown are leaking into the world of sports, as Army, Navy and Air Force sporting events may be shut down until the government gets its act together.
Jason Giambi is old by baseball's standards. At 42 years old, he is one of the oldest active players in the sport. However, he didn't let that stop him from crushing a pinch-hit walk-off home run last night, keeping the Cleveland Indians at the top of the standings for the American League's second wild card spot.
The rivalry in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers locker room between head coach Greg Schiano and quarterback Josh Freeman has finally come to a head, with the team deciding to bench Freeman and allow rookie Mike Glennon to start in his place this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
The NBA is always ahead of the curve when it comes to marketing its product and generating a buzz. Their plan to use jerseys with players' nicknames on the back during a game between the Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat this season is no exception.
The New England Patriots' offense has looked subpar in their first two games this season, and definitely need a spark to ignite their normally potent attack. This week, they may get just that, as tight end Rob Gronkowski is a 50-50 shot to play this week, according to sources close to the team.
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