Posted in July 2012

2012 London Olympics: Swimmers to Watch

By SEAN CLAIR So obviously the two big names that everyone knows, and are going to watch, will be Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. Who else should you keep an eye on though? Read below and you will know who to have your eyes on for sure. James Magnussen (Australia):¬†Other than Lochte and Phelps, no … Continue reading

2012 London Olympic Major Headlines

By SEAN CLAIR The 2012 Olympics are right around the corner, and I myself couldn’t be happier. There is plenty of intrigue heading into London, as these are the most highly anticipated games ever. There is no excuse for you to miss any event that you want to watch, as the NBC networks, both on … Continue reading

2012 London Olympics: Men’s Football Preview

By JAMES SARGENT Football matches will began before the Opening Ceremony, starting on Thursday, July 26. Tune in and watch as these under-23 teams compete for a gold medal in London. Group A Nations: Great Britain, Senegal, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay   Five Notable Players: Daniel Sturridge, forward, Great Britain Luis Suarez, forward, Uruguay Ismail … Continue reading

Bryce Harper vs. Mike Trout: The Rookie Phenoms

By JAMES SARGENT Young. Explosive. Talented. Rookie. All-Star. These are just a couple of verbs that encompass what fellow outfielders Bryce Harper and Mike Trout have shown the world in their rookie seasons. Harper is a 19-year-old baseball prodigy, known to some as “The Chosen One.” Trout is a 20-year-old MVP candidate with lots of … Continue reading

The Open Championship Preview

By SEAN CLAIR The Open Championship begins Thursday at Royal Lytham & St. Anne’s Golf Club in Lancashire, England. The third major of the year should be entertaining, as players look to put their skills to the test on a difficult course. Royal Lytham looks to play as a challenging test to the players, who … Continue reading

What to make of the Jeremy Lin Saga

By JAMES SARGENT As hours pass, it looks less likely that the New York Knicks are going to match the $25 million offer from the Houston Rockets to point guard Jeremy Lin. Just when everyone thought that Lin would be the point guard of the future in the Big Apple, New York went out and … Continue reading

First Half MLB Awards

By SEAN CLAIR With the first half of the Major League Baseball season over, it’s time to hand out some awards. There are plenty of players and managers in both leagues who deserve some hardware, but unfortunately only one man can walk away with the award. We’ll take a look at the players who, in … Continue reading