The Washington Redskins selected Robert Griffin III with the second-overall pick in last week’s NFL Draft. Leading up to the selection, many players write letters to potential teams to highlight their qualities and make them more attractive to those GMs. Charles Blouin-Gascon steps into RGIII’s shoes to write one of his own.
The short NBA season came and went with much fanfare, and now things are officially back to normal as four solid rounds of playoff action begins. Mark Milner is joined by TheGP basketball contributor Travis Nicholson and Editor-in-Chief of TDotLive.com Dwayne Wynter to break down all the first-round action,
When the Arkansas Razorbacks fired Bobby Petrino and hired John L. Smith to replace him, they effectively received a downgrade as far as a winning history is concerned. So why did they do it? Well, it turns out that Petrino didn’t exactly have the kind of image that Arkansas wanted on display. Andrew Bucholtz elaborates.
The city of Boston has enjoyed a few championships lately, yet the fans are hissing in record numbers at the start the Red Sox have got off too. Is this justified, or should the naysayers in Beantown remember what the 84 years prior to 2004 felt like? Despite a pair of championships, the Red Sox have very little to offer in this “what-have-you-done-for-me-lately?” world.
Despite missing out on a wealth of talent in multiple drafts, the New York Rangers made amends when they inked Girardi in the summer of 2005 as an undrafted free agent. Girardi has become a premier defenseman who, while not a goal-scorer, is a true shutdown blueliner capable of coming up big for his team when he’s needed. Ryan Fulford makes his TheGP debut to explain the legend of Girardi.