Coaching changes are designed to bring fresh blood into a struggling team and fan base, a chance to recharge the batteries, if you will. Most of the time they do … Continue Reading Some Rambling Thoughts About Coaching Changes and High Expectations
Conference play began this week and the Pac-12 has done what it always does and that is cannibalizing itself. This year though the conference had a strong non-conference season and … Continue Reading The Pac-12 Power Rankings After Week Four
Well the Voxpro finally worked. On our third attempt to get a recording of the full episode, and it turned out pretty good. Gibson and I talked about the Cougars … Continue Reading Finally Here it is! The First Audio Recording of Sports With Neil!
This is your place to talk about the radio show! Have any comments or questions? Place them in the comment section here and we will try and get them on … Continue Reading Open Radio Show Thread!
Well there were a lot of upsets to be had last week. That’s why you play the game. We aren’t perfect, and we make mistakes (but boy did I make a … Continue Reading NFL Picks Week 3
Well would you look at last weekend. We had quite a few big upsets there. Who would of thought that Stepfan Taylor would ruin USC’s bid for a national title … Continue Reading College Football Week 4 Picks
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (46-1-1 32KO) almost repeated history Saturday night. Almost. With that in mind, Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez (50-2-2 28KO) put on a masterpiece for 11 rounds and showed … Continue Reading History is Almost Repeated, But Martinez Creates His Own
The Pac-12 continued to look strong this week as two of its top three teams (according to last week’s power rankings) played each other in a fantastic display of college … Continue Reading The Pac-12 Power Rankings After Week 3
Week 3 of college football got underway last night with Rutgers beating South Florida. Things are heating up so it’s time to preview a few key conference games, starting with … Continue Reading My Picks for Week 3!
One of the common questions regarding the Seattle Arena is; why doesn’t the City use the $200 million dollars it is going to invest in the Seattle Arena and use … Continue Reading What Else Could the City of Seattle do With The Bond Money That Will Go Towards The Seattle Arena?
Well without further ado let’s preview Week 2’s NFL games, starting with today’s Packers/Bears match up. Bears versus Packers (1-0-0) Bears — (0-1-0) Packers — This is an interesting game. … Continue Reading Here’s Week 2
Well the Seattle Arena has survived its biggest threat, the Seattle City Council. Yesterday it leaked out that the City Council had reached an agreement with Chris Hansen on a … Continue Reading It’s Done! The Seattle City Council and Chris Hansen Agree on An Amended MOU
Today is Sports With Neil’s birthday. I don’t know why, one year ago today, I decided to start this blog. We all know what happened on this day. I vividly … Continue Reading Today is Sports With Neil’s Birthday.
Andre Ward (26-0 14KO) was already favored to beat Chad Dawson (31-2 17KO) but virtually nobody expected Ward to make it look so easy, to dominate and frankly, embarrass Dawson … Continue Reading Andre Ward Exceeds High Expectations
After a poor performance in the first week, the Pac-12 looked like it was going to continue playing like crap early on in week two. And then the late games … Continue Reading The Pac-12 Power Rankings After Week 2
Here’s my predictions for the 2012 NFL season. Don’t get too offended! Individual Awards MVP: Michael VickOffensive Player of the Year: Michael VickDefensive Player of the Year: Darrelle RevisCoach of the … Continue Reading NFL Predictions!