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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 »»

Steroids will hustle Rose into Hall of Fame

July 27, 2009 Steroids will eventually get Pete Rose into the Hall of Fame. more »»

Rolling the dice in high winds

July 18, 2009 We in the prediction business are either lucky, good, or both. When it comes to predicting the British Open, I’m not exactly sure what I am, and I don’t think anyone else that predicts it is either. more »»

John Daly, Kaymer will make runs at Open

July 15, 2009 ESPN.com conducted a poll a few days back asking whether or not John Daly would ever contend for a major championship again. more »»

Storylines go south in a hurry at Open

June 24, 2009 When it comes to golf’s four majors, everyone’s always looking for the big story. At last weekend’s U.S. Open there were definitely a fe. more »»

A hacker's guide to lowering your score

May 17, 2009 *Read this article and more in our Monday, May 18 golf guide* How many times does this happen to you? You’re running late for your 10 a.m. tee time. more »»

Last call for Daly

May 11, 2009 John Daly is quietly making his return on the European Tour — well, all except for his trousers. more »»

Hits keep coming for Hulk Hogan

April 15, 2009 Train, say your prayers, eat your vitamins. more »»

Veterans and one newbie will set the tone at this year’s Masters

April 9, 2009 Okay, so it might seem a stretch to do a page layout of the Masters inspired by the heavy metal group Metallica, but honestly Augusta will be tougher and more harsh than anything the Bay-area... more »»

The games will go on

April 6, 2009 The last week and a half has been a little turbulent to say the least. I’ve never been shy about my personal life in print. more »»

This Bud’s for no one

February 13, 2009 Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is the biggest hypocrite in America. On Thursday, Selig said Alex Rodiguez and other baseball players that used steroids “shamed the game. more »»

Arizona makes it a (fantastic)?contest

February 1, 2009 A friend described to me that Super Bowl Sunday is the “holiest of all American holidays.” He then also went on to say that after kickoff he could walk naked to the mall and still be able to shop. more »»

Real Super Bowl this Sunday

January 16, 2009 I sincerely doubt anyone picked the Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals to be the representatives in the NFC championship when the 2008 season began back in September. more »»

Veteran Bucs’ reporter Perrotto joins piratereport.com

January 16, 2009 John Perrotto, the dean of beat reporters covering the Pittsburgh Pirates, has joined piratereport.com. more »»

The five best, and worst bowl games

December 9, 2008 (Commentary) More than half of all FBS schools make it to a bowl game — 68 of 119 to be exact. That makes 34 bowls to extend the college football season into the new year. more »»

 
 

 

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