Answering a few questions I've been asked about Brad Sorensen and the SUU football team.
Spring football season is upon us and while college football is still months away, the biggest question on everyone's minds has to be who fills the shoes of the recently graduated Brad Sorensen as the T-Birds' signal caller?
We're halfway through conference play in the Big Sky, and thus far Montana has been the name of the game.
Some call SUU's season a success, but in many ways, SUU football's first season in the Big Sky boils down to "shoulda, coulda, woulda."
We've made it to the Sweet 16! And we've got a new favorite.
Vote for your favorite T-Bird athlete in the pool of 32!
Every once in awhile something occurs in the sports world that is so rapacious or blackhearted that you have to sound of on the issue. And sure enough, that occurred in Kansas City Sunday afternoon.
Last night I released a list of 25 current and former SUU athletes to follow on Twitter. Without a doubt, I didn't expect the response that would soon ensue. As it turns out, the hunt for Selection Sunday became the best analogy for how I selected my Top 25.
There's millions of people on Twitter in this world. There's also like two hundred of those that happen to be current or former SUU athletes. Here's the top 25 that made my list that you should follow.
While the hockey players and owners squabble over the details of a more feeble and delicate CBA deal, the NFL is dealing with a similar vexing — yet simpler — lockout situation, and there's no reason the NFL's predicament hasn't been solved yet.
Heading into the final quarter, SUU was well within striking distance of the Pac-12 Golden Bears. Down just 20-17, the T-Birds had momentum — 14-straight points worth of momentum.
Thursday's opener wasn't anything to write home about. SUU's offense looked bad in the T-Birds' 34-3 loss at Utah State, while the T-Bird secondary also looked shaky in the first quarter, but the entire defense settled down in the final three quarters.
The SUU men's basketball schedule was just released recently, and boy will it be brutal at times for the T-Birds. Before SUU heads into Big Sky play for the first time, the team will start the season off with a sweet and sour non-conference schedule.
Top 10 things you'll never hear during the 2012 London Olympics
Monday marked the beginning and end of history as we know it in collegiate football, as — with one large punch — Mark Emmert seemingly knocked out any remaining hinges of the Penn State football program.
Once upon a time, Joe Paterno was the most revered coach in Division I history. Thursday's Freeh Report most likely changed that perception for good.
Before the Brooklyn Nets try to recreate Miami's success, maybe the Nets should reconsider trading for Dwight Howard
We're two months — or roughly one-third, depending on how you look at it — into the major league baseball season, and it's time to reevaluate the 2012 MLB season. Especially when you look at the teams atop the divisions.
The one greatest fear an individual could have looking for a job is embarrassing his or herself in the interviewing process, and according to a very credible source with close ties to SUU men’s basketball program, that fear might have cost the most likely candidate for vacant T-Bird head coaching position.
My beloved Sabres entered tonight tied with Washington at 84 points, then proceeded to burn the Capitals to the ground in a 5-1 beat down, thus giving the Sabres the current lead for the No. 8 seed. Another sign that the playoffs could be great.