Weekends On The Fan
In this weeks player profile we caught up with Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris to talk about his role as a key special teams player.
It took a little arm-twisting from the men in suits, but we arguably have the deepest and most talented group of playoff drivers in the history of NASCAR’s Chase format.
In The UFC, big things sometimes comes in smaller packages. There are few fighters in any weight class that can bang like Eddie Wineland, and within his own bantamweight class of 135 pounds, he’s as tough and explosive as it gets.
Only 10 names can make this exclusive Heisman Watch List, and spots in the rankings are just as secure as defensive coordinator jobs at the University of Texas.
Winners need four things: 1. A top level team…you can’t win if your team goes 3-8. 2. A signature game or games (see Johnny Football against Bama in 2012). 3. Highlight worthy plays (see Reggie Bush circa 2005). 4. Borderline ridiculous stats
Despite being a twelve year veteran of The UFC and a multi time heavyweight champion in the organization, Frank Mir is only 34 years old.
Four years in the making, the rematch between top welterweights Martin Kampmann and Carlos Condit airs tonight on FOX Sports 1 as the main event for UFC Fight Night 27.
Here’s a look at how some of the all time greats played at 38 years old.
UFC welterweight veteran Mike “Quicksand” Pyle takes on Matt Brown Saturday night on the inaugural night of the new FOX Sports 1 network.
With the recent bad contracts, failure in big games, complete organizational overhauls and questionable free agency tactics, the Cowboys, Rangers, Stars and Mavs are all searching for redemption.
Last week, when Donovan Mcnabb officially retired as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, I started to wonder who had the best won-loss record against the Dallas Cowboys.
Even though, for some reason, no one else can find it, Nate somehow has stumbled on to Ron Washington’s twitter account and decided to bring it to the FAN FANS.