The NFL offseason is one of the longest, most media driven extravaganza's in professional sports. During 16 games each season, there is little to talk about other than on-field action. But for the other 349 days out of the year, the airwaves are bombarded with predictions and analysis from self proclaimed experts who enjoy to hear themselves speak on any number of issues. The Victor Cruz contract saga is undoubtedly one of the offseason's hot topics, and the flurry of conflicting... Read at Giants 101
In an unannounced move, the Atlanta Braves and every other Major League Baseball team will done jerseys featuring camouflage logos and numbers on Memorial Day.
In the product description of the jerseys available on mlb.com, it reads, "As worn on-field Memorial Day May 27, 2013." The camo pattern is that of the United States Marine Corps, but there's no word of any donations as with the special caps they'll wear on the... Read at Braves 101
This off-season the New York Knicks will look to get younger and more skilled. The first place they'll be looking for such upgrades will be in their frontcourt. It's sounding more and more as if J.R. Smith will be staying around. With he and Carmelo Anthony taking the bulk of the scoring duties for the team it will be important for the Knicks front office to find young, athletic bigs to do the dirty work. Could the Knicks look to Andray Blatche as an affordable, skilled big... Read at Knicks 101
The Buffalo Sabres have brought back tough guy John Scott for a second season.
The fourth-line forward signed a one-year contract Monday. Terms were not released.
The 30-year-old signed a one-year, $600,000 contract with the team last summer and played 34 games in the 2013 season. He did not score a point and logged 69 penalty minutes. He had one goal and four assists in 180 career games to go along with 305 penalty minutes.
On Tuesday morning, the Big Ten Conference announced the awards and honors for Baseball this year. Among those names were five Spartans; Sophomores Jimmy Pickens, Blaise Salter, senior Andrew Waszak, freshman Cam Gibson, and Jordan Keur.
Jimmy Pickens led the way for the Spartans by being named to All-Big Ten Second Team roster. The outfielder was tied for second in the conference in homeruns with nine, fourth in RBIs with 42, fifth in total bases with 103, fifth in slugging percentage... Read at Spartans 101