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Random acts of senseless sporting - 7/12

July 11, 2010 -LeBron, thank you for showing all prospective athletes in the world how not to do something. more »»

Lebron front sports page from 7/9

July 10, 2010 Sports page design by Salem News Sports Editor B.J. Lisko. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

July 7, 2010 Cleveland has had “The Drive,” “The Fumble,” “The Shot,” and now tonight we get “The Decision.” LeBron James is more interested in being a celebrity then he is in winning basketball games. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting - 6/28/10

June 27, 2010 Poor Shin Soo Choo. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

June 10, 2010 Talk about payback. Englishman Lee Westwood nearly wasn’t granted an exemption into this week’s St. Jude Classic. more »»

Tiger stalking leaders at Augusta

April 10, 2010 Poor Lee Westwood. When Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Fred Couples are in some of the final pairings of Sunday at the Masters, no one is rooting for the Englishma. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

April 6, 2010 After The Masters, no one will care about what Tiger Woods did. Really, he’s already been forgiven. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting - 3/14

March 13, 2010 A few weeks ago I said the best thing Tiger Woods could do was make his return at the rowdy, raucous Phoenix Open. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting - 3/10

March 9, 2010 Two years after they should have traded him when he was worth more than a pizza, the Browns released quarterback Derek Anderson. Chalk it up as another case of poor management in Cleveland. more »»

Random Acts of Senseless Sporting

February 21, 2010 The world came to a halt as Tiger Woods apologized, promptly didn’t say when he would return to golf, hugged mommy and ran back to sex rehab. more »»

Sooner the better for Tiger

February 18, 2010 If Tiger Woods wants to get back on track immediately, he’ll announce this morning that not only is he returning to golf, but that he’ll return to golf next week at the Waste Management Phoenix Ope. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

February 9, 2010 While everyone watched the Saints win the Super Bowl, or if you were a golf aficionado, watched Steve Stricker win the Northern Trust Open, perhaps the most entertaining golfer for your buck in... more »»

Tweeting Daly riling up his fans

January 31, 2010 John Daly quit golf. Again. Then he came back. Then he quit again. Then talked to his sponsors. Then talked about commentating. Then talked about selling his golf course and his bus. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

January 17, 2010 Are you watching the NFL playoffs? I am because I have to. But things seem pretty weak so far. I mean, I know the NFL is salivating to see Peyton Manning vs. Brett Favre in the Super Bowl. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting - 12/28/09

December 27, 2009 Even when it looks that destiny isn’t on the side of the Pittsburgh Steelers, they manage to make their own and put themselves in a position to make the post-season. more »»

Pavlik fight was messy before it even started

December 20, 2009 I get that Kelly Pavlik needed a quick fight because of his lay-off. Had he not beat Miguel Espino into a pulp Saturday night he would’ve had to vacate his belts for not defending them. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting - 11/9/09

November 8, 2009 If Salem head football coach Mike Kopachy is the Division III Coach of the Year (and he will be), then Salem varsity volleyball coach Don Conser should be named Coach of the Century. more »»

Random acts of senseless sporting

November 1, 2009 Editor’s Note: Salem News Sports Editor B.J. Lisko is starting a new, weekly column with a humorous, quick look at the week in sports. more »»

From bad to worse to worst

September 27, 2009 Pick your cliche. Just pick it. If you’re a Browns fan you know what they are. If you’re a fan of any team from Cleveland you’ve heard them a million times. more »»

No one beats Tiger

August 13, 2009 Tiger Woods came into Sunday’s round at Firestone Country Club in Akron three shots behind leader Padraig Harrington. more »»



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