Friday, October 24, 2014

Marquise Goodwin is battling injuries for the second-straight season, leaving him especially frustrated.

Goodwin has shown bits of brilliance, even this season, catching a crucial touchdown pass from Kyle Orton to help the Buffalo Bills beat the Detroit Lions. Bills head coach Doug Marrone understands the frustration Goodwin might be going through.

"I think it's tough for any player," Marrone said. "Again, availability is a big thing. It's very difficult... Read at Bills 101

The Baltimore Orioles have become known as a home run hitting team over the last few years and that distinction continued in 2014. Baltimore led all of baseball in home runs this season, but the power went beyond just a couple of players.

The Birds hit 211 home runs in 2014 which made them the only team in baseball to eclipse the 200 home run mark and hit 25 more than any other team in the game.

Known as the more powerful league, the American League was dominated by the Orioles in... Read at Orioles 101

In just a few days the New York Knicks and the rest of the NBA will need to trim their rosters down to 15 players. So why sign Jordan Vandenberg knowing he'll be let go so quickly? D-League rules have dictated this is the right move if Phil Jackson and the Knicks like Vanderberg.

Most NBA fans are aware of rule changes. However, most fail to keep up with D-League rule changes. This is the first time New York Knicks fans will hear about these roster implications but it's clearly... Read at Knicks 101

Jonathan Quick got his 33rd career shutout, surpassing Rogie Vachon to become the all-time franchise leader. Vachon’s record was 32 which Quick tied a week ago. Quick made 29 saves to earn the milestone shutout.

“Without a doubt it’s special,” said Quick. “Especially a shutout. It takes 20 men to do that, to shut a team out for 60 minutes, so I’m very grateful for my teammates over the years. It’s over now, we’ll keep playing, we got a game in a couple days here.”

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Richard Childress Racing announced on Thursday that Brendan Gaughan will return to the team driving the No. 62 South Point Hotel & Casino Chevrolet in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. The 39-year-old veteran NASCAR driver is wrapping up his first full season with RCR in what is currently called the NASCAR Nationwide Series.

Gaughan has won twice this season for his first career wins in the series. His first win came in June at Road America... Read at Motorsports 101