All-Americans: Jimmer, Nolan Smith and Kemba were obvious 1st team All-Americans. Jared Sullinger made the team, too. The last spot was something of a surprise – Purdue’s JaJuan Johnson. He had a nice season – 20 points, 8 rebounds, hit 15 three-pointers after making none the previous three years – but 1st team All-American? Really? Derrick Williams of Arizona had a better season, you just didn’t see him nearly as often because he’s in the Pac-10. Heck, I thought Marcus Morris of Kansas had a more impressive season than Johnson, too. Williams and Morris made 2nd team. It was an odd-year for All-Americans – not a lot of these guys were highly-touted recruits coming out of high school. [WSJ]
Heyman, also a MLB insider with MLB Network, last wrote for CBS Sports.
Jason Day is the number one golfer in the world right now and there is absolutely no doubt about it. Day has won three tournaments this year, (…)
With perfect knowledge about his upcoming injuries…sure.
“What’s Wrong With You People!?”
The base is not your friend.
This will be Verne’s last season calling SEC games.
Compares him to Steph Curry.