Weekly Bark May 2, 2013

  The 2013 NBA playoffs provided fans with last-second buzzer-beating wins, exciting high scoring games and instances where the underdog defeats the clear favorite. With the first round of the NBA postseason drawing to a conclusion, what has been ... Continue Reading →

Weekly Bark January 24 2013

The National Basketball Association will hold its annual all-star game in Houston on February 17, in which the league’s best players are chosen to represent their respective conferences. Fans vote on which players comprise the team, and the first team ... Continue Reading →

Weekly Bark January 17 2013

Both the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles hired new coaches this week. Which coach do you think will see the most success this coming season? Despite having the worst NFL record last season, I think Andy Reid for the Kansas City Chiefs will undoubtedly ... Continue Reading →

D.E. Weekly Bark December 3, 2012

The NBA fined the San Antonio Spurs $250,000 for excusing four players — guard Tony Parker, forward Manu Ginobili, F/C Tim Duncan and guard Danny Green — from Thursday night’s loss against the Miami Heat. The Spurs played five away games in the ... Continue Reading →

D.E. Weekly Bark November 27, 2012

Former University of Auburn football coach Gene Chizik was fired Sunday, two years after leading the Tigers and current Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton to a national championship. Chizik was 33-19 in four years at Auburn, but the Tigers finished ... Continue Reading →

Weekly Bark November 20, 2012

The New England Patriots’ star tight end Rob Gronkowski, the NFL’s leading TE for both receiving yards and touchdowns, broke his forearm Sunday in the final minutes of a 59-24 Indianapolis Colts blowout. Is it wise for coaches to leave starters in ... Continue Reading →

Who will win the 2012 World Series?

[poll id="27"]Who will win the 2012 World Series?   Alex: I say the Giants in seven. San Francisco has home-field advantage because of the National League’s triumph in the All-Star game, which saw Detroit pitcher Justin Verlander give up a ... Continue Reading →

D.E. Weekly Bark October 18, 2012

During the o-season, the Los Angeles Lakers added Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to its already star-studded lineup featuring Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol, while the Miami Heat signed Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis to join LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris ... Continue Reading →

DE Weekly Bark August 29, 2012

  After a string of recent run-ins with the law—including a misdemeanor domestic violence charge after he allegedly tried to kill his mother—Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant must now follow a set of team rules requiring him to keep a midnight ... Continue Reading →

Weekly Bark August 21st, 2012

  Question: 50-year-old Roger Clemens, a former Cy Young winner with 354 career wins, is set to make a start Saturday for the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League. His return to baseball follows a five-year retirement that was marred ... Continue Reading →

Roger Clemens found not guilty

Roger Clemens was found not guilty on six counts of perjury Monday in regards to statements he made about his alleged use of steroids. Does the decision surprise you, and what does it mean for the “steroid era” in Major League Baseball? I honestly ... Continue Reading →
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