Jim Ross – @JRsBBQ WWE RAW Thoughts + More

Thanks for stopping by…many of you are regulars of which we appreciate. I’d like your help in building more traffic. Perhaps I need to write more DIRT.  Nonetheless..Let’s get started… Overall, I enjoyed the Greensboro RAW. WWE being in Greensboro brought back many memories including the first, TBS Clash of … Continue reading

Brad Kurtzberg (TheSTN) – Barry Bonds Still Doesn’t Get It

It’s been five years since Barry Bonds last played in a Major League game but it’s clear from his recent comments to the media regarding his chances of making the Hall of Fame that he still doesn’t get why he won’t be inducted in Cooperstown any time soon. Here is … Continue reading

Jim Ross – @JRsBBQ 7 Points To Ponder – Oklahoma vs. TCU

1) TCB. Taking care of business. Please stop all the premature bowl talk, the scheduling of Nebraska a life time away, and the never ending coaching carousel. What does any of this mean if the Sooners lose Saturday in Ft. Worth? 2) Long and winding road. Stoops Troops have played … Continue reading

Jim Ross – @JRsBBQ Remembers Freebird Buddy Roberts + More (VIDEO)

Greetings and welcome back…here we go… Random Thoughts… @wwesheamus has many qualities as did Stone Cold…physically and mentally tough and loves to perform at a physical level that some opponents don’t embrace. Both were great examples of not accepting being denied stardom and continued to work through career challenge no … Continue reading

TheSTN – NBA: Players of the Week Announced

The Atlanta Hawks’ Al Horford and the San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Nov. 19, through Sunday, Nov. 25. Horford led the Hawks to a 4-0 week, averaging 16.5 points, 9.8 rebounds and 4.5 assists. … Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Part II: Jack Taylor’s Record Performance Misses The Point

  (Author’s Note:  This column is long.  Please stick with it.  It gets better at the end.)    Well, a lot of new information has come out since the initial this-is-wonderful reaction to Jack Taylor, a 22-year-old sophomore, scoring 138 points in a college basketball game against non-NCAA school Faith … Continue reading