Marvin Bagley vs. Deandre Ayton

The 2017-2018 College Basketball season has treated us with a dazzling display of freshman phenoms. While the national player of the year award appears to be firmly in the grasp of first-year guard Trae Young thanks to his Curryesque style of play, a two-horse race has broken out for the best big man in the...

Time’s up for Todd Haley

It’s never a good sign for an offensive coordinator when your offense is more effective in its no huddle. But that’s the case for Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley. His six-year tenure in Pittsburgh has seen his offense described with any range of qualifiers from “dink-and-dunk” to “the most explosive unit in the NFL.” Yet...

Quarterback Battle in Tuscaloosa

The people of Alabama are yelling ROLL TIDE once again as the Crimson Tide have won their fifth national championship in nine years. It seems these days that nothing could go wrong for Alabama. Year after year they play close to perfect football, make the playoffs, and give their opponents hell. Their head coach, Nick...

Bruce Cassidy and the Sundance Kids

Entering their league mandated Bye week after playing nearly half of their games, the Bruins hardly resemble the injury-riddled shell of a lineup they fielded at the start of the season. Currently riding an eleven-game point streak (they have not lost in regulation since December 14), they are tied with the Maple Leafs for second...

NFL Division Round Preview

The Wild Card Round brought us plenty of excitement and entertainment, but this weekend comes the NFL Divisional Round of the playoffs. The top seeds are coming off their BYE weeks, and will have to fend off the lower seeds at home. Below are my NFL Divisional Round previews and predictions: Tennessee Titans (5) at...

Why an All SEC Title Game is Bad for College Football

In the fourth year of the NCAA’s College Football Playoff, this will be the first time two teams from the same conference compete for the championship. Georgia defeated Oklahoma in a double overtime instant classic, while Alabama completely dominated Clemson in a 24-6 rout. Thus, College Football fans will have the misfortune of an all...

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Marvin Bagley vs. Deandre Ayton

Marvin Bagley vs. Deandre Ayton

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01/17/2018

The 2017-2018 College Basketball season has treated us with a dazzling display of freshman phenoms. While the national player of the year award appears to be firmly in the grasp of first-year guard Trae Young thanks to his Curryesque style of play, a two-horse race has broken out for the best big man in the…

Time’s up for Todd Haley

Time’s up for Todd Haley

By:
01/16/2018

It’s never a good sign for an offensive coordinator when your offense is more effective in its no huddle. But that’s the case for Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley. His six-year tenure in Pittsburgh has seen his offense described with any range of qualifiers from “dink-and-dunk” to “the most explosive unit in the NFL.” Yet…

Quarterback Battle in Tuscaloosa

Quarterback Battle in Tuscaloosa

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01/14/2018

The people of Alabama are yelling ROLL TIDE once again as the Crimson Tide have won their fifth national championship in nine years. It seems these days that nothing could go wrong for Alabama. Year after year they play close to perfect football, make the playoffs, and give their opponents hell. Their head coach, Nick…

Bruce Cassidy and the Sundance Kids

Bruce Cassidy and the Sundance Kids

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01/13/2018

Entering their league mandated Bye week after playing nearly half of their games, the Bruins hardly resemble the injury-riddled shell of a lineup they fielded at the start of the season. Currently riding an eleven-game point streak (they have not lost in regulation since December 14), they are tied with the Maple Leafs for second…

NFL Division Round Preview

NFL Division Round Preview

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01/12/2018

The Wild Card Round brought us plenty of excitement and entertainment, but this weekend comes the NFL Divisional Round of the playoffs. The top seeds are coming off their BYE weeks, and will have to fend off the lower seeds at home. Below are my NFL Divisional Round previews and predictions: Tennessee Titans (5) at…

Why an All SEC Title Game is Bad for College Football

Why an All SEC Title Game is Bad for College Football

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01/08/2018

In the fourth year of the NCAA’s College Football Playoff, this will be the first time two teams from the same conference compete for the championship. Georgia defeated Oklahoma in a double overtime instant classic, while Alabama completely dominated Clemson in a 24-6 rout. Thus, College Football fans will have the misfortune of an all…

Reasons to Stay Optimistic About the Eagles’ Playoff Chances

Reasons to Stay Optimistic About the Eagles’ Playoff Chances

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01/02/2018

A few weeks ago, Philadelphia was salivating over the rising chances of the city’s first ever Super Bowl victory. The team’s defense had been playing excellently, and budding superstar quarterback Carson Wentz was leading a potent offensive attack to the highest points per game average in the NFL. It looked like all of the pieces…

NFL Week 16 Winners and Losers

NFL Week 16 Winners and Losers

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12/26/2017

With the conclusion of Week 16, the NFL regular season is almost finished. At this point, all of the divisional races are wrapped up with the exception of the NFC South. This week, several playoff dreams were crushed, while other contenders won to stay in the hunt. As teams begin to prepare for the playoffs,…

Big Baller Bland: Evaluating Lonzo’s Slow Start

Big Baller Bland: Evaluating Lonzo’s Slow Start

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12/26/2017

The Los Angeles Lakers are arguably the most storied franchise in the history of the NBA. They have won 16 NBA championships, with their first coming in 1949 and their latest in 2010. The rafters of the Staples Center are decorated with the retired jerseys of legends Wilt Chamberlain, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and most…

A Look at NBA Christmas Day

A Look at NBA Christmas Day

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12/24/2017

We at Halftime want to wish everyone a happy Jrue, Justin, and Aaron this Holiday season! However you celebrate, one thing’s for sure: if you don’t plan on watching basketball on Christmas, you deserve some Norris Cole in your stocking. Philadelphia 76ers vs. New York Knicks When the NBA picked their Christmas Day matchups, I’m…


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