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Towson Shows Well Among CAA Statistical Leaders

December 03, 2012 | Robert Canady

It is hard to believe that even though the college basketball season just started, it will be a quarter of the way over for most teams by the end of this week.     The improvement in Towson’s basketball team is already evidenced by the three wins the team has accumulated so far in just seven games.   [...]

Loyola Wins Battle of York Road

November 27, 2012 | Robert Canady

It has been pointed out to me that my last two pieces about the Towson basketball team had references to food and eating. I looked at them again and sure enough, they did. One referenced a team saying of ‘everyone eats when we win’ and the other one mentioned Coach Pat Skerry theoretically enjoying his [...]

Tigers Take Winning Ways Into Thanksgiving Weeekend

November 23, 2012 | Robert Canady

The turkey had to taste a bit better this year for Pat Skerry as his Towson men’s’ basketball team took a 3-2 record into the Thanksgiving holiday.  The Tigers just finished a 3-1 trip to the Comfort Suites Invitational in Richmond, Kentucky. The lone blemish was a 71-69 OT loss to host Eastern Kentucky, which [...]

Bring Out Your Dead

Bring Out Your Dead

October 24, 2012 | Thyrl Nelson

A Quick Look at the Sports World’s Dead, Dying and Suddenly Resurgent

Olympic Hoops Age Limit Not As Stupid As It Sounds

Olympic Hoops Age Limit Not As Stupid As It Sounds

July 19, 2012 | Thyrl Nelson

Now that the NBA and NBC aren’t partners, it shouldn’t be a surprise that David Stern wants to pull back his players from the Olympics.

Has the Media Changed the Landscape of Free Agency in Modern Sports?

July 05, 2012 | Andrew Tomlinson

If you are a hockey fan, then you have probably been following the Ryan Suter and Zach Parise story for the last week. What has been fascinating is despite the two players not being superstars, when they signed it seemed as if the teams who did not get them had lost out on this generation’s [...]

Why The NBA is in Trouble

July 05, 2012 | Shawn Weimer

The NBA is currently in large amounts of trouble and it is not from their players criminal history. The NBA is in about as much financial trouble as Greece well maybe not that much but close. The NBA has not been quiet about how their attendance and revenues to match their expenditures on a yearly basis.  This problem was [...]

Three the Hard Way

July 03, 2012 | Derek Andrews

 The NBA is now officially back in business and free agency continues to bring excitement to hoops aficionados and it’s only been three days. Just like the Frenzy of 2010 that featured the highly coveted Lebron James, today the hoops world is waiting and highly anticipating the trade of Dwight Howard. There are some strong [...]

Joe Johnson vs the Nets

What Joe Johnson to the Nets Means For The Wiz

July 02, 2012 | Jesse Jones

The Atlanta Hawks have agreed to trade superstar shooting guard Joe Johnson to the now Brooklyn Nets in exchange for Jordan Farmar, Johan Petro, Anthony Morrow, Jordan Williams and former Wizard DeShawn Stevenson, along with a future first round pick. My initial reaction: The Nets are serious about getting better now. But, we all knew [...]

Wizards Draft Preview: Who to take at #3

June 28, 2012 | Ryan Kerr

NBA Draft Day 2012 is upon us. Talented, yet inexperienced players lead the list of those who will likely be taken in the top half of tonight’s draft. Who will the Washington Wizards select with the 3rd pick? Let’s break down their roster and the players available at #3 to find out who fits best. The Washington Wizards are [...]