Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts coach and current NBC analyst Tony Dungy told The Tampa Tribune that he would not have drafted Michael Sam because of potential distractions to the team.

“I wouldn’t have taken him,” said Dungy, who is the first black coach to win a Super Bowl. “Not because I don’t believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but I wouldn’t want to deal with all of it. It’s not going to be totally... Read at Buccaneers 101

The New York Yankees will be without the services of their starting first basemen Mark Teixeira for the next few days.


Mark Feinsand of the New York Daily News reported that Teixeira has a strained lat muscle and will be out at least 3-4 days recovering from the injury.

While losing Teixeira is a crushing blow to the Yankees offense, the good news is that it's not being viewed as a serious injury and should... Read at Yankees 101

[caption align="aligncenter" width="468"]IndSU_vs_CUMBB_1-21-2012-36 from Flickr via Wylio? 2012 White & Blue Review, Flickr

Doug McDermott and Tony Snell of the Chicago Bulls entered Summer League as virtual locks to make the Bulls NBA roster. Although Summer League implies a lax and less-than-stellar basketball environment, it’s equally a showcase for young players fighting for NBA entry and acceptance. McDermott and Snell didn’t face that uphill battle 70 percent of their teammates faced – the harsh reality of Summer League as a tryout as opposed to a place for development.

Read at Bulls 101

[caption align="alignleft" width="468"](27:366) Gopher Hockey Game from Flickr via Wylio? 2012 Wendy, Flickr

The NHL is increasingly seeing its young stars emerge from the college ranks, and the Buffalo Sabres hope to be a part of that trend. 

Several of their top prospects who took part in last week's development camp are returning to the college ranks in 2014-15. Most agree that the NCAA allows them to gain experience and learn about what it takes to compete at upper levels of hockey.

"I've settles more into a role as a power forward," said... Read at Sabres 101

The entry list for the Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been released on Monday and the list includes two new teams, which will add drama for Friday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying session at the facility.

There are 46 entries on the entry list for Sunday’s race. There are also two new teams on the list and they are RAB Racing’s #29 Toyota and the #37 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing. The #29 Toyota is not... Read at Motorsports 101