Monthly Archives: November 2010
Why exactly are any of us supposed to be upset that the Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson was seen (gasp) LAUGHING with a teammate on the sidelines during a game in which his team looked pretty lame? The reaction – or I should say overreaction -of sports reporters to this and to the fact that Anderson was noticeably annoyed when some ankle-biting reporter was interrogating him about it as if he Continue reading
Like most college football fans I was very surprised when I heard that the dignified and professional Randy Shannon was fired as the Miami Hurricanes head football coach. Shannon was a breath of fresh air in the usual sewer of “The U”‘s football program. Last year’s 9-win season was conveniently forgotten after Coach Shannon finished this regular season with a 7-5 record and he was given the boot by an institution that has proven time and time again that it puts “The Eeewww” in Division 1 football. Shannon will not even get to coach his players in their upcoming bowl game.
I decided to do another of my deep investigative pieces and immediately smoked out some sources who were willing to speak on condition that Continue reading
Regular readers of Balladeer’s Blog are very familiar with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Drovers men’s soccer team. Players like goalkeeper “Force Field” McEntee, “NC Hammer”, “Niiiiiikolaaaaa” and “Dr Drover” have made the past few seasons very special for USAO soccer. Coach Hampton’s team has made history again, defeating the Great Falls Argonauts for the Drovers’ 1st ever 2nd round victory. Here’s the latest from the Alabama tournament, courtesy of Chad Waller. Continue reading
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. – (box score) In a rematch of the 2008 National Championship final, unseeded Bethel (Tenn.) eliminated No. 1-seed Rio Grande (Ohio), 2-1 today in the first game of the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship final site from the Orange Beach Sportsplex. Bethel (14-5-1), who defeated Rio Grande by the same score in overtime to win the 2008 title, now advances to play at 7:30 p.m. CST on Wednesday against the winner of Mobile (Ala.) and Belhaven (Miss.). Continue reading
This is the second time this season that Williams as received this honor.
Congratulations to Terry on the honor and to the entire NHTI men’s basketball team for their success this past week.
Written By: Michael Brown, Assistant A.D. for Athletic Communications
KISSIMMEE, Fla.- Although the Palm Beach Atlantic University volleyball team is hoping for as much support in person at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Tournament this week, those parents, fans, and alumni that are unable to make the trip will have the opportunity to view the games online through a free web stream provided by Webcast America. Continue reading