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The Art of the Untimely Jinx

In 1987, the Cleveland Browns had a seven point lead on the Broncos with five minutes left in the AFC Championship Game. After the Browns scored the go-ahead touchdown, the Broncos mishandled the ensuing kickoff, giving them a first down at their own two yard line.  During the commercial break that followed, my phone rang. […]

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Kerrb Your Enthusiasm

After a season-opening thrashing at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs, Steve Kerr and the Golden State Warriors had some introspection to do. While the signing of Kevin Durant was supposed to help the offense tremendously, critics brought up how detrimental the losses of Andrew Bogut and the majority of the bench unit would […]

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Honeyblood - Babes Never Die

Takes a few listens, but it’s worth it

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Alternate Jersey: Manning '97

Have you heard of a guy named Peyton Manning? 5x MVP, 2x Super Bowl Champion, ’06-’07 Super Bowl MVP, and the only quarterback to ever start for two different teams that won that Super Bowl. He’s also got an impressive amount of records under his belt. Most touchdown passes over a career, most touchdown passes […]

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You Can Keep Your Silver Linings

The number two-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes lost to unranked Penn State in Happy Valley this past Saturday, snapping their 20-game road winning streak. The Nittany Lions used a relentless rushing attack to dominate the line of scrimmage and had Heisman contender JT Barrett running for his life all game and the offense looking stagnant. Penn […]

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Who's Out?

A never too early college football playoff discussion

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MLS First Round Playoff Preview

The MLS season, at 33 weeks, is one of the longest of the major American sports. It came to a head last week. With the first round of the MLS Playoffs nearly here, let’s take a moment to briefly break down the matchups and see what we’re working with. Philadelphia Union @ Toronto FC         […]

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Winners and Losers: NBA Opening Night

It is now the morning after the first night of the new NBA season, and this means it’s time to overreact to what we witnessed last night. In that spirit, here are the winners and losers from the NBA’s opening night festivities.   Cleveland: 117, New York: 88 Winner: LeBron James Cleveland’s very own superhero […]

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Growing Up With Kobe

Back when I was in elementary school, I loved to play basketball at lunch. My friends and I would tirelessly chuck lopsided, taxpayer-funded basketballs at the double rims that lined the cracked concrete courts. Now we all had our own favorite players, our own ways of shooting, and even our own definitions of the rules […]

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Can We Believe Rick Pitino?

The ongoing presidential campaign has to some extent numbed all of us to the outrage we used to feel when someone lied to us. It has gotten so bad that we no longer distinguish between truth and falsehood, but only between small lies and whoppers. Some lies are just outright misstatements of acknowledged facts, and […]

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D'Angelo Russell: Pick-and-Roll Prodigy

To say that D’Angelo Russell did not have a smooth rookie season would be an understatement. Drafted second overall by a Lakers organization that resembled more of a dumpster fire than the franchise with the second-most NBA Championships, Russell was surrounded by turmoil from the get-go. From Kobe Bryant’s Super Magical Farewell Tour, to an […]

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