Thursday, September 18, 2014

The Jacksonville Jaguars are stuck with an uncomfortable situation. They are 0-2 and their starting quarterback's play has been spotty. Waiting in the wings is the fan-favored rookie who performed well in preseason. This situation is far from black and white, which is why nothing has changed so far. The coaching staff is taking all things into consideration in order to figure out what is best for the franchise. In the mean time, the fans are left wondering if their wishes will be granted... Read at Jaguars 101

According to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune, Kyle Schwarber believes he has what it takes to be a big league catcher. Schwarber, the Cubs’ first round pick in this summer’s amateur draft, had a dominant summer at the plate and advanced through three levels of the Cubs’ minor league system.







Boise ... Read at Cubs 101

It looks like Jordan Crawford's NBA career has come to an end, at least for the time being. According to, the former Wizards, Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors guard has signed a contract with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association. According to Crawford's Twitter, the deal was signed a month ago, and Hupu also reports that he is already in China training.

Drafted 27th overall out of Xavier University by the then New Jersey Nets... Read at Wizards 101

Former Buffalo Sabres forward Matt D'Agostini was still looking for a team to call his own Wednesday, after being let go by the Sabres he couldn't find another NHL squad.

D'Agostini doesn't need to search any longer, however the 27-year-old isn't going to be suiting up for an NHL club; or a club in North America.

National League A's Geneve-Servette Hockey Club made the announcement Thursday that the team had signed D'Agostini to a one-year deal.

Read at Sabres 101

Billy Boat Motorsports announced Thursday that they will field a truck in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for the final six races of the 2014 season and that 19-year-old Truck Series rookie Mason Mingus will pilot the truck. The first race for the team will be next Saturday, September 27th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Mason Mingus has driven the first 15 races this season for WinTron Racing in the No. 35 Toyota. He will drive his... Read at Motorsports 101