Vitale: Kentucky "Certainly With The Great Teams" on Defense
Perhaps the most talented and deepest team in the country, the Kentucky Wildcats might also be the the best defensive team we have ever seen.  The Wildcats rank third in the nation in points allowed and second in the country in blocks.
Kentucky is led by their stout frontcourt that protects the …
Giants Have Another Linebacker This Weekend
The New York Giants signed a linebacker on Friday night.
No, not that guy.
The G-Men have been in negotiations with starter Jon Beason for over a week now, setting him as the priority to sign before Tuesday's free agent deadline that would make him available to every other team in the League...
Orange Squeezed
On the day Syracuse retired the number 15 worn by Carmelo Anthony, in front of what is believed to be the largest crowd in Syracuse history, and what is the final Big East regular season meeting between these two great rivals, the hometown Orange got squeezed 57-46 by the Georgetown Hoyas...
Knicks vs. Celtics Game 1 Thoughts
If Game #1 is any indication of what’s to come in the Knicks/Celtics series, call me an NBA Playoff fan!  All I can say is, “Wow.”
Ray Allen hit a game-winning 3-pointer with 12 seconds left as Boston rallied to beat New York 87-85 in Game #1 of the NB…
Markakis’ Great Catch
For 3 years, I've been saying that Nick Markakis is one of the best rightfielders in baseball.
Well, on Saturday night - the Orioles outfielder proved it.
Super Bowl X-Factor
There are many different storylines to this weekend's Super Bowl.  Aaron Rodgers' first time in the big game, Doug Legursky's first start at center and Ben Roethlisburger's hangover.
But there's only one x-factor.
Jets D-Line Is X-Factor
There are so many subplots to this weekend's Jets/Steelers AFC Championship Game.  Rex Ryan's trash talking bunch, Mark Sanchez winning on the road, the Steelers defensive stars - the list goes on and on.
But the biggest x-factor of the weekend is the Jets defensive line.