Tag:Cliff Lee
Posted on: July 30, 2009 10:55 am

Leach in Lubbock and the Phillies new ace

The odd couple

Who wouldn't want Mike Leach's job? No pressure, $2.5M a season and third place in the Big 12 South is a good year. Despite the rocky marriage, Leach and Texas Tech make a great pair, Dennis Dodd says. Full story

Dodd: Riled-up rivalry | 5 things | SB Nation | Yo!

Philling out nicely

The Phillies boost their rotation by acquiring AL Cy Young winner Cliff Lee from Cleveland in a six-player trade. It's not Philadelphia's top choice, but Danny Knobler says the defending champions are much improved.

Phils fall | Miller: Halladay hurdles | Knobler: V-Mart next? | Yo!

Crazy experience

It's down to the final showdown and it's only fitting it pits arguably the biggest rivalry in college hoops: Duke vs. UNC. It's a hot ticket when the two meet and that's why fans camp out days in advance. Arena Wars

Parrish: They aren't bailing | Freedom Hall vs. Rupp Arena | Speak up!

Posted on: July 24, 2009 12:31 pm

NFL training camp and the future at Ole Miss

Once, at training camp ...

Football is back, or at least it will be when the Bills kick off training camps this weekend. Veteran Clark Judge looks forward to revisiting favorite places and watching the battles, but will miss some familiar faces. Story

Training camps | Rankings: Players | Prospects | Early power rankings!

Rebels with a cause

This isn't Archie's or Eli's Ole Miss. Under coach Houston Nutt, the Rebels have grown as a program -- just ask Tim Tebow. Ole Miss can ruffle feathers if it can stay healthy and consistent, Dennis Dodd says. Story

Dodd: Tebow chaste-land | SB Nation: SEC West

Market Days

With the July 31 trade deadline approaching, it's no secret Roy Halladay is the biggest name out there. From rumors involving Matt Holliday to Cliff Lee, Danny Knobler says the wheeling and dealing will be busy. Story

Rumors | Knobler: Washburn | SBN: Cards, Holliday

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