The Future of Flash Gordon

From November 17, 2013 to December 8, 2013, Josh Gordon was the greatest receiver in NFL history. He went for 125 yards in Week 11, followed that up with 237 yards in Week 12, somehow outdid himself the next week going for 261 yards, and closed with 151 yards against the Patriots. In true Browns...

Legion of Bust

The Seattle Seahawks. Just hearing their name should cause an immediate response: you either love them or you hate them. Even when I could not differentiate between the Seahawks and the Eagles, I was able to guess who the Seahawks were based on people’s reactions. They are the team you love to hate, yet being...

Eight-Win Jacob DeGrom is Your Obvious Cy Young Winner

On Sunday, Jacob DeGrom had another magnificent outing for the New York Mets. Facing the MLB-leading Boston Red Sox, he surrendered just three runs over seven innings pitched, extending his single-season record of consecutive starts allowing three or fewer runs to 27. He allowed just one walk and recorded 12 strikeouts against one of the...

Bell’s Unwell: Le’Veon’s Potential Landing Spots

Week 2 of the NFL season is already here, but Le’Veon Bell is not. Begrudged over his third straight franchise tag from the Steelers, Bell has hidden behind agent Adisa Bakari. As both parties – Bell and the Steelers – seem to be in a stalemate, it is unclear when we will next see No....

Why the Raiders won the Khalil Mack trade

Reactions to the Oakland Raiders’ trade of superstar defensive end Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears on September 1st have poured in from every corner of the NFL world. The consensus on the deal is that Mack’s move to the Windy City is equally as damning for the Raiders as it is thrilling for the...

Out West, A Mixed Bag for PAC-12 New Hires

The Pac-12 promised to be one of college football’s most interesting conferences in 2018 after five new head coaches were hired this offseason to lead their programs to “After Dark” supremacy – and what a quintet we have on our hands. First-time head coaches Mario Cristobal and Justin Smith were tabbed at Oregon and Oregon...

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The Fantasy Fanatic: Predictions for Your Team

The Fantasy Fanatic: Predictions for Your Team

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09/04/2014

They told me he was the one. A slam dunk. He would take me to the promised land. They say you never forget the first person to break your heart, and I will never forget mine: CJ Spiller. Full of pride and confidence, I drafted him with the ninth pick. Visions of the 100-yard, 2…

This Week in Baseball: The Slow March to Chaos

This Week in Baseball: The Slow March to Chaos

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09/03/2014

Cole Hamels (mostly) threw a no-hitter yesterday and Milwaukee fans are burning their jerseys; it’s time for your weekly roundup of America’s pastime. The No-hitter Cole Hamels of the Phillies threw six no-hit innings Monday night, which is usually enough to merit a chance at the next three. But given his pitch count of 108…

NBA Preview: The Atlantic Division

NBA Preview: The Atlantic Division

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09/03/2014

To start the NBA season preview, one might as well begin with the most depressing division in the NBA, the remarkably mediocre Atlantic Division. The woeful Atlantic features a second tier playoff team in the East as its best club. Next come two over-extended and cash-strapped teams who would love to make the playoffs but…

MLBeat: The Rundown on Rose

MLBeat: The Rundown on Rose

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09/02/2014

25 years is an unfathomably long amount of time to a 20-year old college kid. Trying to understand a period of time that stretches further than all of my minutes on this fine planet of ours is almost impossible.  You can start to grasp just how long 25 years is if you recall that in…

A Tale of Two Uniteds

A Tale of Two Uniteds

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09/02/2014

When Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down as manager of Manchester United on August 8, 2013, supporters of the Red Devils could never have imagined that their beloved team would turn from perennial powerhouse to lackluster letdown within a single year. United’s plight has been well-documented by the British media, but no words can quite illustrate…

Advice for Captain America: the 2014 Ryder Cup

Advice for Captain America: the 2014 Ryder Cup

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09/01/2014

When the 40th Ryder Cup Matches commence at the Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland at the end of this month, the U.S. team, led by captain Tom Watson, will certainly have its work cut out for itself. While the recent Ryder Cups have been exciting to watch for even the most casual of golf fans, the…

Balotelli’s Second Chance

Balotelli’s Second Chance

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09/01/2014

If you’re a fan of football in any way, shape, or form, then you’ve no doubt heard that magic Mario Balotelli moved his way on over to Merseyside last week. The mercurial mad man originally of Manchester City has made his triumphant return to the EPL after a relatively underwhelming spell playing for my favorite…

Any Given Season

Any Given Season

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09/01/2014

As the NFL season creeps towards the forefront of American sports yet again, the only certainty is that nothing is certain. Each Sunday brings a team or player out of obscurity, creating regional heroes and national sensations only to send them back into the shadows the next week. Do you remember the Colts’ incredible playoff…

The Sports Sermon: Tim Howard Takes a Break

The Sports Sermon: Tim Howard Takes a Break

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08/29/2014

If the U.S. soccer team were a living room, goalkeeper Tim Howard, on the squad since 2007, would be a couch— but not like the beer-soaked couch that’s travelled with you since back in the day. He’s more like a fine leather sectional , both sturdy and stylish, something that’s on every homeowner’s wish list….

Welcome to Fantasy Football

Welcome to Fantasy Football

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08/28/2014

It felt like Christmas morning. It was finally here, the single most important day of the year, the day I for which I had waited the entirety of an agonizing, regretful year. It was a day when dreams would be born and crushed, friendships broken, and dynasties created. It was a day for champions, for…


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