Let’s take a look back through sports history at some of the most ridiculous rules that our beloved professional sports leagues have ever created.
Sometimes I think this town is cursed… Hawks on the verge of a 60 win season, a #1 seed and now we lose Thabo Sefolosha, arguably our best defender for the playoffs! The Hawks continue to […]
Kentucky vs. Notre Dame was the highest rated NCAA game to air on cable and the Final Four ratings should be even higher.
Last night WVU’s Daxter Miles joined a long list of people who have made guarantees and seen them backfire horribly.
Here’s what you missed from the rest of the sports world while you were knee-deep in busted brackets.
I’m spoiled when it comes to doing cool stuff. I work for the Braves, so I’ve been there for memorable events (infield fly rule game, Chipper Jones and Bobby Cox Retirement Nights, concerts, etc). Plus, […]
By 92-9 The Game Analyst Sam Crenshaw If you look at a map of the state of Georgia, Macon is not hard to find. The home of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the […]
With the Academy Awards around the corner, here’s a look at which sports personalities would win which awards this Sunday.
We’ve all seen the symptoms before, wandering aimlessly through the house, going into a room and forgetting why you came in, living off your DVR supply of FB games, CFB and NFL, reading + rereading […]
DAKTRONICS To Build First-Of-Its-Kind Circular LED Video Display Board For New Atlanta Stadium – Largest in All of Sports
ATLANTA, GA. – Jan. 30, 2015 – The Atlanta Falcons today announced that Daktronics (NASDAQ-DAKT) of Brookings, South Dakota has been selected to build a never-been-done-before circular LED video display for the new Atlanta stadium. […]