The snowman that was Detroit Lions' head coach Jim Schwartz thawed out on Monday and made it back to Michigan in time to hold his weekly press conference. During that meeting, Schwartz discussed what it was like to play a serious football game in a venerable, white out blizzard.
Additionally, Schwartz rapped on the causes of the Lions' lousy run defense, talked about the impact several questionable penalties had on his team and... Read at Lions 101
It was announced Monday morning that Roy Halladay will be retiring from professional baseball. Halladay, who has pitched for the Philadelphia Phillies since the beginning of the 2010 season, has had injury issues over the past two seasons, and has apparently decided that it's time to call it a career.
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It appears as if Halladay will be retiring as a Toronto Blue Jay. He has signed a one-day contract with the Blue Jays to announce his... Read at Phillies 101
At the start of the season if we told you the Boston Celtics would be in a 41 point blow-out most people would assume the Celtics would be the whipping post. On Sunday the opposite occurred in New York. The New York Knicks looked like they stayed out too late Saturday night, maybe watching college football or maybe doing something else awesome. Needless to say, it was a disastrous outcome for a team that was "back on track."
Now, the Celtics are on a roll. They have won six of... Read at Celtics 101
Note: This story was written by Sabres101's Lea Natalello.
Tyler Ennis has been one of the Buffalo Sabres' break-out stars the past couple of games.
Canadian center, Ennis, has earned three points during the last two games in about 30 minutes of playing time. His recent performances are reminiscent of the player's first NHL games in 2010 where he pulled out nine points in 10 games to finish the season.
Ennis contributes his recent success to great coaching and chemistry with his... Read at Sabres 101
Another week has come and gone in the ever evolving world of professional wrestling/sports entertainment. TNA has set up 'Final Resolution' for this week's Impact broadcast, and WWE continues towards it's last pay-per-view of 2013, 'TLC' with more matches added to the card.
TNA Wrestling set up the finals of there World title tournament for 'Final Resolution', there former pay-per-view, this upcoming... Read at Wrestling 101