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McDonald's All-American Men's Basketball Game Showcases Rising NCAA Talent

Photo Credit: Sporting News (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos)

In the 40th annual McDonald’s All-American men’s basketball game at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, the West boy’s team rallied from a 56-50 halftime deficit to knock off the East boy’s team by a score of 109-107. 343 more words

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S.T. Game 33. Montgomery and Judge state their cases.

The case for the #4 and #5 starter just got more interesting, not to mention the RF job.

Jordan Montgomery pitched five strong innings today to further his case to make the starting rotation, giving up just one run in a 3-1 Yankees’ win over Toronto. 343 more words

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BYU Is Two Gonzaga Wins Away from Infamy

Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated

With a 29-0 record, the Gonzaga Bulldogs appeared poised to finish the regular season unbeaten. They appeared poised to roll through the West Coast Conference (WCC) tournament and to become the third team in the past four seasons to enter the NCAA men’s basketball tournament with an undefeated record (Wichita State Shockers in 2014 and Kentucky Wildcats in 2015). 604 more words

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Every NFL Team's Biggest Addition and Subtraction

Photo Credit: The Advocate

Over the past few weeks we have witnessed the NFL offseason at its best. Free Agent Signings, trades, negotiations, and with all of that the NFL draft is coming up in about a month. 3,684 more words

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RSP on NFL Fantasy Live Podcast

I join the NFL.com crew for a conversation about Draft Prospects, the 2017 RSP, runaway cement trucks, and bow-chica-wow-wow music.

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Fans Bid Farewell To Club Penguin

(Source: kotaku.com)

Image via Somenerd_ on the Club Penguin Reddit.

For nearly 12 years, children and trolls of all ages flocked to Disney’s browser-based Club Penguin for all sorts of kid-friendly (mostly) shenanigans. 415 more words

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The CIA uses board games to train officers—and I got to play them

(Source: arstechnica.com)

AUSTIN, Texas—”You have got to be kidding me.”

Alarms and flashing lights have begun blaring in a hotel meeting room, much to the chagrin of CIA Senior Collection Analyst David Clopper.  1,789 more words

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