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WatchdogESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
Tags: Joe Louis, Todd Helton, Cal Ripken, Jr., Joe Montana, Jim Thorpe
Sun reporterWith 16 seconds left in the biggest game of his life, quarterback Trent Dilfer embraced right guard Mike Flynn and let his emotions flow. There were tears in his eyes, cameras in his face and joy in his heart.After years of hard knocks and dry runs,...
Latimes.com ColumnistAt Indianapolis next Sunday, in the AFC night game of the year, the Oakland Raiders aren't likely to be bothered by the same thing that troubled them against Dallas last Sunday, when they couldn't take an 0-4 team seriously. They weren't up for the...
The Bears need a quarterback. With injury-prone Jim Miller and Chris Chandler and ineffectual Henry Burris on the roster, it's safe to say the team will pursue a veteran QB this off-season. Whether he turns into just a quarterback or the quarterback,...
ChicagoSports.comCubs-Sox. Sox-Cubs. The Crosstown Classic. The Red Line Rumble. North vs. South. The Mullets vs. the caramel Macchiatos. Whatever you want to call it, let's get this hate-fest going. This series brings out the worst in everyone in the city. But that's why...
Sun ReporterOAKLAND, Calif. - Baltimore football fans are going to have to bone up on their Roman numerals over the next XIV days, because the Ravens are headed for Super Bowl XXXV. The Ravens scored a historic 16-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders at Network...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe most pressing business facing the NFL today is realignment, which, when completed in the next several months, will spread 32 pro clubs through eight separate but hopefully equal four-team divisions. Only one uncertainty remains: the precise...
Latimes.com ColumnistJeff Garcia of San Francisco, the NFL's most improved quarterback, will take the NFC's second highest scoring team into Carolina Sunday. As a scoring machine, no team can match the St. Louis Rams, of course, but Garcia has the 49ers averaging in excess...
Tags: Dan Reeves, Mass Media, Joe Montana, Jon Gruden, Ricky Williams
Latimes.com ColumnistIn most of their first-down plays the other day, the Kansas City Chiefs, a famous running team, threw passes instead. And that's how they ran up that 54-34 score on the St. Louis Rams, who had won their first six games with the same plan: consistent...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe proposition that the Oakland Raiders are finally a Super Bowl team again this season will be tested, for perhaps the last time, in the game of the week Monday night at Denver. If the Raiders win that one, their bright future will be more fact than...
Tags: James Stewart, Mass Media, Ivy League, Dan Marino, Jon Gruden
Latimes.com ColumnistOne of the season's surprise success-story teams, the NFL's New Orleans Saints, will line up in St. Louis Sunday without the two Saints who did the most to turn things around this fall in the Superdome. They are Jeff Blake, the quarterback who broke a...
Tags: Mass Media, Joe Montana, Ricky Williams, Basketball, Al Davis
Latimes.com ColumnistOf the NFL teams still alive in the long march toward the Super Bowl, the St. Louis Rams (8-5) face by far the most difficult remaining schedule: Minnesota (11-2), Tampa Bay (8-5) and New Orleans (8-5). But at least they'll get NFL leader Minnesota at...
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