Over the first three weeks of the college football season, one of the most intriguing storylines in the Big 12 was the shuffling of starting quarterbacks by the Texas Longhorns. Well on Tuesday, we learned that the competition has gone from a 3-horse race to just two.
The last time we heard news regarding lefty reliever Pedro Feliciano, we learned that him and Damaso Marte would not pitch this season and were on track to return in 2012. Well in the last 24 hours, we have learned otherwise about Feliciano.
The New York Giants got a solid effort from their offense, defense and special teams in a 41-13 victory over the Chicago Bears on Monday night at the Meadowlands. But New York's win also came with a big loss. Starting cornerback Terrell Thomas suffered a season-end…
Osi Umenyiora, the Giants holdout who rejoined practice this week, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome right knee today. He's expected to be sidelined three-four weeks. This is even more bad news for the Giants during a very difficult preseason.
With the kind of year the Mets have had, does it really shock you that two of their most productive players got hurt in the same game? And should it really shock you that both of these players are now going on the disabled list? Allow me to answer both of those questions for you: NO!
Prince Amukamara’s NFL debut will be delayed a while. The Giants’ first-round draft choice – who reported to training camp on Friday – suffered a fracture of the fifth metatarsal bone in his left foot on Saturday.
This year has been a nightmare for Mets fans when it comes to injuries. David Wright missed about half the season with a back injury, Jose Reyes missed 2 weeks with a hamstring injury and Ike Davis has barely been seen around Citi Field since injuring his right ankle in May.
After French golf pro Thomas Levet won the French Open, the 42-year old decided it was time for some dramatic celebrating. So with the cameras flashing, and some sort of chanting going on in the background, Levet and his agent, Patrice Bartez, jumped into the water hazard at the 18th hole.