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August 2, 2007

Linked by The Campaign To Sack Michael Vick in the article “Sack Michael Vick Blog Carnival 2,”

July 29, 2007

Linked by Gone Hollywood in the article “Vick Loses Nike Deal.”

July 26, 2007

Michael Vick Kills Dogs in the post “Michael Vick And Co-Defendants Plead ‘Not Guilty’,”

“From The Nasty Boys’ Sports Blog, a recap of the Vick hearing and conditions of his release without bond: “

July 19, 2007

Linked by The Big Lead in the article “Roids and the British Open.”

July 19, 2007

Ask Me in the post “British Open: Teeing off the nasty predictions,”

“The nasty boys predictions are here:”

July 18, 2007

Linked by CNN.com in the article “Vick to answer to dogfighting charges on July 26th “ under the section “From The Blogs:” powered by Sphere.

July 17, 2007

Linked by CNN.com in the article “NFL star indicted over dog fighting” under the section “From The Blogs:” powered by Sphere.

July 16, 2007

Diamond Hoggers in the post “Throwing it around,”

“Someone might be more pissed at the Reds than we are. (The Nasty Boys Sports Blog)”

OLD PRESS FOR “THE SPORTS GUYS”
June 2, 2007

The Wildcat Blog in the article “I, I Got To Be Your Friend Now, Baby!”

The Sports Guys has an excellent piece of writing on the difference between Florida and Kentucky. Great work Matt.”

May 28, 2007

Truzenzuzex, A Sea Of Blue in the article “Billy Donovan: Betty Boop with a Widow’s Peak?”

Matt over at The Sports Guys blog has written an excellent post arguing that Billy Donovan makes the Florida basketball program a star, and the Kentucky program makes its coaches stars. He makes a compelling argument — but I am not quite convinced a coach like Thad Matta or John Thompson III couldn’t continue Florida’s success if Donovan left, and surely the Gators are high-profile enough now to attract a name-brand coach.

I’m conflicted on this one — what say you?”

May 25, 2007

WordPress.com’s Top 100 Growing Blogs of the Day.

“19. The Sports Guys

May 24, 2007

WordPress.com’s Top 100 Posts of the Day.

“67. Billy Gillispie Appreciates Me

May 24, 2007

The Wildcat Blog in the article “How Much Is A Billy G Signature Worth?”

“This comes courtesy of a new blog I discovered not too long ago – The Sports Guys…”

May 24, 2007

Truzenzuzex, A Sea Of Blue in the article “Moving Right Along…”

One of the bloggers at The Sports Guys reports on a close encounter with Billy Gillispie. I know it must be hard to “sign” at tee shirt, but nobody would believe that was the real thing..”

May 24, 2007

Vic, UK Big Blue Cats in the article “What it’s like to meet Coach Gillispie”

“Matt of The Sports Guys posted a story of his meeting Kentucky coach Billy Gillispie. He attended the 15th Annual Staff Appreciation Day and something happened! Did he get an exclusive story? Go find out.”

May 22, 2007

WordPress.com’s Top 100 Growing Blogs of the Day.

“5. The Sports Guys

May 21, 2007

Matt Jones, Kentucky Sports Radio in the article “Bo Diddley’s Monday News and Views”

“…the newly created blog with promise from ‘The Sports Guys.’”

May 18, 2007

The Wildcat Blog in the article “Better Get Used To The Haterz”

“Via The Sports Guy, Matt also posts on the Andy Katz Screw Up, and he’s the one that also points us to Dickie V’s Screw Up, not once, but TWICE in the same sentence!”

April 29, 2007

WordPress.com’s Top 100 Growing Blogs of the Day.

“52. The Sports Guys

April 28, 2007

NCAA Hoops Today in the article “Majerus please pull a USC and return to TV!”

“Dick Vitale thinks all the players at Kentucky are named Jamal (by TheSportsGuys).”

April 27, 2007

Truzenzuzex, A Sea Of Blue in the article “Yet Another No News Friday”

The Sports Guys take Dick Vitale to task for renaming several of UK’s players.”

April 11, 2007

There’s No Steroids in Baseball blog in the article “Juiced, 2 Years and 2 Months Later”

“Matt of the Sports Guys Blog (not Sports Guy), breaks down the impact since the release of Jose Canseco’s book Juiced. Clearly Canseco is a pioneer in the steroids in baseball field and deserves all of the credit in the world. Check out Matt’s piece–it’s quite good.”

 
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