Outfielder’s Crow-Hop Baseball

One of the most misunderstood and poorly executed moves is the Crow-Hop. This move used correctly by outfielders will improve the accuracy and power of throws. So what is a Crow-Hop? Basically, it’s a move the player executes to provide balance and throwing momentum after the catch. The catch can be on ground balls or fly balls, but the player […]

Heisman odds: The Big 12 QBs dominate the odds

Using the odds at Malversports as a barometer, it looks like the Florida Gators’ Tim Tebow has a lot of work to do if he is to become the first player to win consecutive Heisman Trophy awards since Archie Griffin way back in 1975. The quarterback happy to run he entered the 2008 campaign as Malvernsports’ 3-1 favorite to have […]

Why we need to fix college football championships

A national championship is decided in most other NCAA sports by a postseason playoff. This is even the case in the lower divisions of soccer. However, the college football postseason playoff series consists of only two teams chosen by the BCS. Undefeated teams are often left out of the championship game, sparking a discussion that is found nearly every year. […]

Forklift Drag Racing: The New Olympic Sport?

The London Olympic Games in 2012 have officially begun: Charlotte, North Carol qualifying competitions. The United States favorite Olympic athletes are taking over television commercials, advertising fences and clothing. Michael Phelps endorses Subway’s healthy sandwiches as a hearty snack in his workout, while Shawn Johnson shows off his grace and agility in the latest Cola commercial. London will be center […]

Ness Notes for August 21

The Seahawks beat the Colts 30-17 in Indy last night and the Raiders posted three straight wins this preseason when they beat the 49ers 23-7 in Oakland. The Colts have now lost eight straight preseason games (2-6 ATS), matching the Chiefs’ eight-game winning streak (0-8 ATS). The 49ers had their five-game ATS winning streak snapped last night (they were just […]