Sean O'Sheaby Sean O'Shea
- Is Rory McIlroy a spoiled brat and just an overgrown child? - Antics during the U.S. Open leave his maturity very much in question
- Was Notre Dame’s Everett Golson caught cheating at exams leading to suspension? Quarterback statement hints at major integrity issue and harsh punishment does also
- Orb should win Preakness easily, Oxbow up for second
- Could Celtic boss Neil Lennon be next manager at Manchester United? - His European exploits, especially defeating Barcelona may put him in frame
- Orb has what it takes to win Triple Crown in 2013 - Kentucky Derby winner has breeding, connections and talent
Ireland's soccer manager Giovanni Trapattoni said yesterday he had agreed to a pay cut in the region of €100,000 per annum, because of financial difficulties with the Irish body that governs soccer, the Football Association of Ireland (FAI).
He had met with FAI Chief Executive John Delaney recently.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly was thanking his lucky stars after last night's win against USC
The team now looks certain to play in the Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 28 in Orlando, Fla.
'''It's about time we got a break,'' Kelly said.
Finding a way to win has become the Notre Dame mantra in the last half of their season.
It is not pretty, nor is it impressive, but it will sure warm the cockles of the hearts of Notre Dame fans everywhere.
She was known to suffer from depression.
Many websites and newspapers have been critical of Notre Dame for continuing to suit up the player and not benching him for the season.
The greatest player to every line up behind center performed quite well with Kansas, leading them to a deep run into the playoffs, but he never touched the heights he had with the 49ers.
I'm sure Montana still regrets that he didn't just retire.
I really did feel part of the subway alumni on the Number 4 train from Grand Central to Yankee Stadium on Saturday night.
We were packed in tighter than sardines, but despite the heat and the discomfort there was really a sense of an historic occasion.
I had not been to the new Yankee Stadium as baseball leaves me pretty cold.
It is rumored this week that Spencer will be the new jockey on the block at Coolmore.
Spencer is no stranger to Coolmore and has worked with trainer Aidan O'Brien before but they parted company in 2005 after just one season.
Fighting Irish side will be wearing their emerald jerseys for their upcoming game against Army at Yankee stadium this Saturday.
The upcoming game this weekend will be a decisive one as the men in green take on Army, the team that have dominated college football in the past.
Ironically, Munster have an Aussie to thank for their victory.
Former Australian sevens captain Paul Warwick scored three penalties and a drop goal for the home team in terrible conditions.
"We're not exactly firing on all cylinders," Kidney,, told a news conference.
"Obviously we weren't as clinical as we would like to be and we know that we have a huge amount of work to do. We wouldn't hide behind any of that but Samoa were very strong up front."
Well for starters it was by far the most important victory so far for Brian Kelly. We may look back on it in years to come as his defining moment.
It will quell the doubters, who were out in force after the Tulsa match and give him valuable breathing space.
No woder Tommy Rees has a bullseye firmly planted on his chest against the Utah Utes .
Especially given the fact that Notre Dame may not have a running game after the season ending injury to their top running back Armando Allen.
He takes over from Liam Sheedy who led the side to an epic All-Ireland win over Kilkenny.
Sheedy, however, resigned because of pressure of work soon after the famous victory.
His decision comes one year after playing the U.S. circuit. He says loneliness and homesickness is a big part of his decision
"I switched on the Golf Channel one morning when I was in the States and began watching the Omega European Masters in Switzerland and thinking to myself I would rather be there instead.
Left with an almost impossible task, spotting 20 lengths to the best horses in the world, she finished like a train and almost pulled of a sensational victory in the Breeder's Cup classic at Churchill Downs on Saturday.
Rory McIlroy was hoping to end his second season as a professional at the top of the European Tour rankings. But now, just twelve months later, he's looking to close out 2010 by stepping into in the World's top five.
“From fifth to ninth on the world rankings is just so close, so if I can get a couple of good results in my last few events this year, I could easily end the year as high as number five,” McIlroy told the press after carding a 71 on day one of the HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.
Quality Road can upset Zenyatta in the Breeder's Cup Classic today at Churchill Downs.
The world will be rooting for Zenyatta, but the fact is that her Beyer speed figures, while impressive, are nowhere near what Todd Pletcher's star, Quality Road, can run at his best.
Judging by the evidence of the first day of the Breeder's Cup, where he quickly saddled a winner, Todd Pletcher's horses are at their best.
Forbes says that if head coach Brian Kelly or Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick, both of whom were present when the lift fell over, are proven to be negligent the wrongful death figure could go as high as $20 million.
On the other hand, the fact that Sullivan tweeted that he felt he was in a dangerous position and did nothing to get down from the lift may damage the family case the same lawyers told Forbes.
Brian Wilson closed out the World Series tonight with a scoreless ninth inning.
Wilson was the bullpen ace but the Giants team of misfits and no names proved more than adequate to the task with a 4-1 series. win.