Tillman to Be Honored Sunday: During halftime of the Cardinals game Sunday, former Defensive Back Pat Tillman will be honored for his off field heroics.
Andre The Giant: With a rowdy New York crowd behind him, giving him the undeniable home court advantage, Andre Agassi pulls off another victory, this time one of the more captivating matches in recent history. If the ailing Agassi can knock of the 112th-ranked B. Becker from Germany, there is the potential for an All-American match, Agassi v. Roddick.
Battle of the Titans: It's kind of like those good old days playing backyard football.
It's All About The Benjamins Baby: Although he is apparently the savior of New Orleans, both as a football player and figurehead, Reggie Bush is holding out. Not only that, but he and his agent are threatening to stay sidelined for the year and re-enter the draft next season.
March Madness Times Two?: Suggestions of expanding the NCAA Tournament could make the month of March a little more interesting in the future.
Who Says a Tie is a Bad Thing?: The US soccer team looked almost unrecognizable today from their efforts against the Czech Republic in their first World Cup match. Even while playing a large portion of the match with only nine men due to some questionable calls, the entire team stepped it up, especially Kasey Keller in the goal. Add in the help from Ghana today, and the US are still in this thing.
It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No, It's Dwyane Wade!: With the NBA finals back in Miami, and the Heat needing a win in a big way, D-Wade shows us just how clutch he can be.
US Stumbles Out of the Gates: The United States soccer team has a dissapointing World Cup opener, losing 0-3 against the Czech Republic.
Deal or No Deal?: Just days after the Titans trouble with Steve McNair seems to winding down (McNair passed his physical for the Ravens and is now their probably starting quarterback), the Titans may be looking to strike a new deal, this time for starting running back Chris Brown. Considering the potential depth they now have at running back with Travis Henry and the addition of LenDale White, this move could prove benificial to both the Titans and Chris Brown's career.