March 2008

Bristol Good to Burton

updated April 19, 2014by March 16, 2008

 Jeff Burton took advantage of a lack of agressiveness on the part of Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin to capture the Food City 500 on Sunday at Bristol. It was the first win at Bristol for Burton and was made even sweeter when the Richard Childress Racing team dominated with the top three spots. Next […]

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Sony Ericsson Open

updated April 19, 2014by March 16, 2008

 In the interest of fairness, and to make my mother happy, let’s take a look at the Sony Ericsson Open. My mother loves this tournament for two reasons: 1) She love all tennis tournaments. When Wimbledon is underway, I can forget all gifts of jambalaya, gumbo, oyster soup, or crawfish pie. She’s just too busy being […]

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MLB Tickets should be Hot

updated April 19, 2014by March 14, 2008

 If you don’t see MLB tickets getting hotter over the summer something is wrong. In an effort to increase their exposure and probably to help fans forget their steroid woes, Major League Baseball is pulling out all the stops to make the game fun and spread the market. Games played in China are a stab […]

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Got Them Anaconda John Daly Blues

updated April 19, 2014by March 13, 2008

 I was trudging along the perimeter when the mortars began to fall. I scurried quickly into the Hooters tent and got reinforcements of cold brew and hot wings. Unlike John Daly at the Arnold Palmer Invitational though, I had to show up for work.  Not being an avid golfer, I gotta love John Daly. This […]

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Final Four Figuring

updated April 19, 2014by March 11, 2008

 So who do I figure will be in the Final Four. Can’t tell you that. I, like millions of other college basketball fans, figure to win a gajillion dollars in my pool and revealing my picks would jeapordize that. I will however, go over a few teams being lauded by the national media rankings. The […]

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