Mets’ Noah Syndergaard Off to a Blazing Start

  Mets’ Noah Syndergaard Off to a Blazing Start By Burt Carey New York has a long history of producing positive media for its sports stars. Some are deserved, others not so much. The accolades for New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard are starting to mount. All he’s done so far in the young 2016 […]

Where Will the Black & Silver Road Lead?

  Where Will the Black & Silver Road Lead? by Amy Lignor   In the movies, the road was made of yellow brick, but when it comes to issues regarding the NFL, it is the road of silver and black that fans most care about.   Yes, it is true that almost the second the […]

NCAA Ruling Prevents Marcus Lattimore From Paid South Carolina Staff Position

  NCAA Ruling Prevents Marcus Lattimore From Paid South Carolina Staff Position By Burt Carey The NCAA’s recent decision to ban the use of football camps as potential recruiting opportunities pushed former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore to choose between working with youth through his foundation or taking a paid position on Will Muschamp’s staff […]

Meet 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett

  Meet 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett By Burt Carey While all eyes at Augusta National were on defending champion Jordan Spieth hitting his ball into Rae’s Creek twice on the 12th hole during the final day of the 2016 Masters Tournament, Englishman Danny Willett saw the score get posted on the leaderboard at the […]

MLB Returns With a Record $4.4M Average Salary Per Player

  MLB Returns With a Record $4.4M Average Salary Per Player By Burt Carey The boys of summer have returned to major league ballparks throughout North America to begin the 2016 campaign toward a World Series championship, and the players’ contracts have never been bigger. Contract terms of MLB players on opening day indicate that […]

New Sports Plan: Be Bad?

  New Sports Plan: Be Bad? by Amy Lignor   It was all over the waves of the ESPN shows this past week–from Mike & Mike to First Take. All because of a tweet (isn’t that how all bad things begin?) it became news that the reason no one watches or will watch women’s college […]

NCAA Men’s Final Four Promises Excitement to the Last Buzzer

  NCAA Men’s Final Four Promises Excitement to the Last Buzzer By Burt Carey They keep calling it March Madness, but this year’ NCAA Division 1 Men’s Final Four matchups will be held in April. No matter. The winner takes home the national basketball championship trophy after a weekend that promises to be as exciting […]

Sports Check-In: The Believable, Debatable & Odd

  Sports Check-In: The Believable, Debatable & Odd by Amy Lignor   As always when it comes to the crazy sports world—which is much like having your whole family over at Easter and at least one of them getting so drunk they think the “bunny” is really dropping those colored eggs in the backyard—there are […]