With a Little Help from my Friends

November 21, 2011

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By Kimit Trotman Everyone needs a little help from time to time. Whether it be to appeal to a vast new audience, or to win the one thing that has eluded them their entire career. While both Adam Sandler and Lebron James are draped with countless accolades they have not yet reached the summit. They […]

Breaking News: Justin Verlander Wins AL MVP

November 21, 2011

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By Geoff Ratliff As he has done against hitters all season, Justin Verlander dominated the opposition by winning the American League Most Valuable Player award, becoming the first starting pitcher in 25 years to do so. Verlander beat out a competitive field led by runner-up Jacoby Ellsbury of Boston, and Toronto’s Jose Bautista. Verlander’s by […]

Posted in: Breaking News, MLB

Is Tim Tebow’s Early Success Just Fool’s Gold or the Wave of the Future?

November 21, 2011

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By Geoff Ratliff I have to admit that I am finally fascinated by the Tim Tebow experiment. As a fan of the NFL and football in general, and a former quarterback myself, I can’t help it. I’m also fascinated by what the treatment of Tim Tebow says about our society, but I’m mostly focused on […]

Posted in: Featured, NFL

Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler Likely to Miss Remainder of Regular Season with Broken Thumb

November 21, 2011

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By Jeremy Sickel Multiple sources have revealed that Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler is likely to miss the final six games of the regular season after breaking the thumb on his throwing hand – that will require surgery – in the victory against the San Diego Chargers Sunday. It is unclear on what play that […]

Countdown to the Heisman Week 3

November 20, 2011

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By Jeremy Sickel The Heisman race is as clouded as the BCS race sans LSU, so I am introducing a “Just Missed” portion this week to let everyone know who all I gave thought to. 5. Robert Griffin III – Baylor may be a 3-loss team, but RG3 is the sole reason the number isn’t […]

Posted in: NCAA Football

Sweet and Sour: College Football Week 12

November 20, 2011

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By Jeremy Sickel  Sweet 1. Houston Cougars – As the big boys fall, the Cougars rise. It is looking very much like they will get a BCS Bowl bid assuming they continue to take care of business as they should. The extra game with their conference championship should give them enough boost to get past […]

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The Freshman: How the NBA Lockout will affect College Hoops

November 19, 2011

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By Steve Goldberg Still upset about the NBA lockout? Have no fear, college basketball is here. After multiple meetings last week, the NBA owners and the NBA Players Association still could not come to an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, putting the 2011-2012 season on life support. Looking for an alternative to watching […]