Blogging the Bloggers: Saturday, 12/20

Yi Jianlian– The apparent evidence is in: Yi Jianlian is actually 24, not 21. That lying bastard… (AOL FanHouse)

– Bills fans are weird. Case in point, one male Bills fan told another male Jets fan that he was going to make him pregnant. Seriously. (

– For ESPN’s First Take and Skip Bayless, it’s come down to ranking the top five best looking quarterbacks in the NFL to fill segments. Just ridiculous. (Deadspin)

– Here’s a top 10 list of shocking realizations for gamblers of the NFL. (Epic Carnival)

– Here’s an article to help ensure you get something nice for your girlfriend this holiday season. Just kidding, it’s actually a guide to help you better tailgate this college football bowl season. (The Love of Sports)

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Blogging Bloggers: Thursday 12/18

Mike Tyson– You’ll never believe what former heavyweight boxing is just, well, just plain heavy. Mike Tyson is looking more like “King Hippo” these days than king of the ring. (

– The Love of Sports comprised its “All NFL Surprise Team” with a few surprises…ha! Get it? Surprises? Yeah, yeah you get it. (The Love of Sports)

– Poor Braylon Edwards – he’s not feeling any love from the Cleveland Browns or their fans. Who knew the Browns’ fan base didn’t appreciate receivers who can’t hang onto the football? (

– Here’s a look at the most important players this college football bowl season. (AOL Sports)

– Apparently Mark Teixeira is holding up the free agency party. (The Bleacher Report)

– Who has been the Carolina Panthers’ MVP this season? DeAngelo Williams? Steve Smith? Julius Peppers? All fine choices, but they pale in comparison to the one, the only Vinny Testaverde. (Shutdown Corner)

– Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defensive lineman Greg White is just the latest athlete to change his name. And what name will he be signing checks with? Well none other than Stylez G. White, of course, after Michael J. Fox’s best friend in the movie Teen Wolf. Hey, I like it better than Ocho Cinco Johnson…I think. (Smarter Sports Blog)

Armchair Quarterbacks: Top 100 Blogs put together a collection of the top 100 sports blogs on the web. We at The Scores Report were particularly fond of the “General Sports” section.

1. AOL Sports: AOL makes it easy to keep up with the latest in sports news with this accessible feed. You’ll find all kinds of articles and numerous sports polls that allow you to get your opinion out there.

2. FOX Sports: As the home of many on-air football games, FOX is chock-full of football goodies for you to read. There are fantasy football stats, news, rumors and much more.

3. Bleacher Report: Check out this site for insightful commentary on football, baseball, basketball and even F1 racing.

4. CBS Sports: Visit this blog to find out where your favorite team stands, get the latest news or even watch a few highlights from a variety of games.

5. Ball Hype: Ball Hype isn’t necessarily a blog in and of itself, but it acts as an aggregator, bringing together new stories and posts about sports from all over the web.

12. The Scores Report: Check out this blog for information on sports for every season. It even contains a fantasy football podcast that can help you get the leg up on your fantasy team.

We appreciate the love from Sports Management Colleges and we encourage our readers to check out the rest of the list – the site ranks a ton of great sports blogs.

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