With the Hall of Fame changing its voting rules, SN's Jesse Spector laments that he will never have a chance to vote for MLB's home run king, Barry Bonds, but notes that the ban of the hit king, Pete Rose, remains justified.
Steve Smith dubbed the Ravens' receiving corps "Smith, Smith and Associates." In other words, he sees himself, at 35, as still a major player with a lot to offer his new team in both edge and experience, says SN's David Steele.
When Jeff Gordon won the inaugural Brickyard 400 as a 23-year-old kid, most believed they were seeing a star in the making. Now, 21 years later, he's still winning big races, as proof by his latest performance at Indy.