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Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions Week Four

Stanford -4 1/2 over ND- Stanford has become a late night favorite for me. Being younger than uncle Gil and Aunt Jill,(much younger, actually) I’m up late on Saturday nights long after they’ve had their cocoa and gone to bed. One of the hidden gems of late night NCAA Football is the pass-happy Stanford offense led by Andrew Luck. Only the night owls that watch this team every week can truly appreciate how great they are. Expect people to follow their hearts with ND, and laugh you’re way to the bank as The Cardinal cruises to a bigger win in South Bend.

The View from the Cheap Seats

Just five games into the season, Fordham University decided to dismiss men’s basketball coach, Dereck Whittenburg. Coming off a disastrous 3-25 season, school athletic officials were hoping for much better start from their Rams than four losses in the first five games. So, after a twenty four point loss to neighborhood rival, Manhattan College, Whittenburg was shown the door. Fordham announced that a national search would commence immediately.

The View from the Cheap Seats

Nets Basketball Fans Don’t Grow In Brooklyn
So, now Nets’ owner Bruce Ratner wins his eminent domain battle to evict homeowners and build his Atlantic Yards empire in Brooklyn. Got news for you, Brucie. Brooklynites aren’t dummies and won’t soon be drawn to that mess you call a basketball team. If you build it, they won’t come unless you can play.

The View from the Cheap Seats

Anytime a Major League player is mentioned in the same sentence as Lou Gehrig, he’s accomplished something significant. In Derek Jeter’s case….

The View from the Cheap Seats

I won’t go so far as to say Brett Favre lied to the Jets about his plans for retirement.  Not because I think Favre had a legitimate change of heart or that no one in his right mind would turn down twelve million dollars.  I just don’t care. Through all of the gnashing of teeth […]


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