Jay Asser

  • joined Oct 05, 2012
  • last login Mar 26, 2014
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Jay is a contributor to SBNation and CelticsBlog. He's a recent graduate of UMass Amherst, where he earned a degree in journalism. He was the sports editor of the Massachusetts Daily Collegian, the largest college daily in New England. A Massachusetts resident, he has interned at WEEI Sports Radio Network and The Eagle-Tribune. There aren't many things Jay enjoys more than basketball and the NBA, including an unhealthy obsession of analyzing inbound plays and defensive rotations.

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Royals looking at Marcum

The Kansas City Royals have expressed interest in the free agent starter to possibly bolster their pitching staff.

Sporting KC ships Harrington

Sporting Kansas City traded manager Peter Vermes' first draft pick from 2007 in exchange for allocation money from the Portland Timbers.

Kansas increases donation efforts

Kansas Jayhawks fans will have the opportunity to donate to Toys for Tots in a pair of basketball games at Allen Fieldhouse in December.

Missouri gymnastics tabbed No. 21

The Missouri Tigers head into the season ranked No. 21 and are joined in the top 25 by nine of their opponents this season.

Klein earns Big 12 honor

The Kansas State quarterback is the first Wildcats player to ever earn the conference Offensive Player of the Year award.

Raiders losing streak continues

The Oakland Raiders came up short in a loss to the Cleveland Browns in a battle of 3-8 teams.

Chargers offense can't find rhythm

After holding a halftime lead, the San Diego Chargers couldn't score in the second half and fell to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Cardinals offense can't break lull

The Arizona Cardinals struggled on offense once again and dropped their eighth-straight game with a loss to the New York Jets.

49ers come up short

Poor play-calling and execution resulted in a disappointing overtime loss for the San Francisco 49ers and their fans.

Referee Cheffers elaborates on safety call

Referee Carl Cheffers explains the intentional grounding penalty against Colin Kaepernick which led to a St. Louis Rams safety.

Couture departs from Genève-Servette

The San Jose Sharks forward left his team overseas after 22 games due to personal reasons.

Barkley expected back for Sun Bowl

After missing the season finale against No. 1 Notre Dame, Matt Barkley is expected to return to play in his final game for USC.

Diamondbacks eying starter McCarthy

The Arizona Diamondbacks are looking to bolster their starting rotation by possibly adding Brandon McCarthy, who will have a normal offseason after having brain surgery.

Diamondbacks looking at Huff

The Arizona Diamondbacks are targeting the former San Fransisco Giants first baseman as a free agent addition this offseason.

Duke cruises to lopsided win

The Duke Blue Devils had little trouble dispatching the Delaware Blue Hens with big men Ryan Kelly and Mason Plumlee leading the way.

Louisville escaps clutches of Illinois St.

The Louisville Cardinals hung on for the victory over the Illinois State Redbirds after struggling in the first half.

Vols reportedly interview Strong

After vehemently denying that he interviewed with Auburn, Louisville's head coach had an interview for Tennessee's vacant position on Friday.

Nets, Heat meet in battle of streaks

The Brooklyn Nets get another shot at the defending champions after being blown out by 30 points in their previous meeting on Nov. 7.

Rays trade for Mondesi Jr.

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired the minor league outfielder from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for the right-handed reliever.

Quinn sidelined with concussion

St. Louis Rams sack leader Robert Quinn missed practice Wednesday with a concussion.

Amendola unable to practice Wednesday

St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola missed practice Wednesday due to a foot injury.

No Les for you

LSU and Les Miles have agreed on a new contract to keep him in Baton Rouge for the foreseeable future.

Bechard is Coach of the Year

Ray Bechard wins the Big 12 Coach of the Year in his 15th season at the helm of the Kansas Jayhawks.

Billups to return against Minnesota

Chauncey Billups will make his season debut for the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night.

Nielsen responds to award

Jimmy Nielsen and Sporting Kansas City manager Peter Vermes react to Nielsen winning the Goalkeeper of the Year award.

Klein's Heisman chances rest against Texas

Even with Kansas State out of the national title contention, Collin Klein deserves one more game before the Heisman Trophy winner is decided.

Lurie hasn't spoken with Reid about job

After another loss to the Carolina Panthers this past week, Andy Reid said he hasn't spoken with owner Jeffrey Lurie about his job.

Giants end slump in style

The New York Giants played like defending champs, topping the Green Bay Packers 38-10 on Sunday night.

Kaepernick performs in hostile environment

Colin Kaepernick and the San Fransisco 49ers defense went on the road and stopped the streaking New Orleans Saints.

Referees hold back Raiders

After a tough first half, the Oakland Raiders responded with a strong third quarter before the referees made questionable calls to deter any comeback in the fourth.

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