Free Calvin Ridley: Gambling’s Not a Crime

Free Calvin Ridley: Gambling’s Not a Crime

The NFL season has been over for about a month now, but the stories don’t stop. Aaron Rodgers is staying in Green Bay, Russell Wilson is off to Denver, and the NFL still sucks at punishing players. The latest victim of this incompetence? Calvin Ridley, who was suspended for the entire 2022 season for gambling. […]

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 Ranking Commissioners: Where Does Manfred Stand?

Ranking Commissioners: Where Does Manfred Stand?

After MLB owners voted for a lockout to pressure players into accepting their terms, commissioner Rob Manfred has all eyes on him. This wasn’t helped by his insincere letter trying to call this lockout a good thing. MLB players are especially mad at this letter. MLB Lockout Letter pic.twitter.com/Nb4r13iL0m — Noah Syndergaard (@Noahsyndergaard) December 2, […]

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 Was Brian Kelly to LSU the Right Move?

Was Brian Kelly to LSU the Right Move?

After it was announced Coach O would not be returning after two subpar seasons, rumors were flying about his replacement. Jimbo Fisher? Would have to be the “biggest idiot alive” to leave A&M. Lincoln Riley? Nope, said he wasn’t leaving Oklahoma is going to USC. Urban Meyer? Too busy chasing Jax Beach girls Isn’t interested […]

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 CFP Rankings Week 13: Did Cincinnati Get In?

CFP Rankings Week 13: Did Cincinnati Get In?

Last week, I predicted what the CFP rankings would be for week 12. This week, rather than do predictions, I figured I’d just breakdown the actual rankings. Usually, I’d do this on Tailgate on the Quad, but we recorded early due to the holiday, and I can’t just ignore the rankings. 1. Georgia Bulldogs They […]

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 #MonkeyGate is the Biggest Story of the Season

#MonkeyGate is the Biggest Story of the Season

This has been the craziest college football season since 2007. Ranked teams have lost to unranked teams seemingly every week, coaches are getting fired left and right, and we have a Group of Five team at number two in the AP. Now, we don’t have an improbable Kasnas run, but we do have something better: […]

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 Are the Dolphins to Blame for Tua’s Struggles?

Are the Dolphins to Blame for Tua’s Struggles?

The Miami Dolphins, like always, are a dumpster fire. The defense has, seemingly, taken a step back this year, the offensive line is still terrible, and their quarterback play hasn’t quite lived up to expectations. While people have been pointing at Tua Tagovailoa as a scape goat, is he really to blame? Or has the […]

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 Yankees Fans are the Softest People On Earth

Yankees Fans are the Softest People On Earth

Much like a Stanton single off of the Green Monster, the Yankees season was extremely disappointing. With the second highest payroll in baseball, the “Evil Empire” was back, and it was World Series or bust. Unfortunately, they paid Gerrit Cole $324 million to pitch two innings in a do or die game, and the Bronx […]

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 UNC Football Dealing With a Different Kind of Outbreak

UNC Football Dealing With a Different Kind of Outbreak

Going into the season, the University of North Carolina had high hopes for their football squad. On the back of their Heisman hopeful quarterback, Sam Howell, the Tarheels expected to push for an ACC title. However, after a disappointing start to the season, UNC football seems to be dealing with an outbreak. How Bad has […]

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 Cam Newton Released by Patriots: The Future is Now

Cam Newton Released by Patriots: The Future is Now

When the Patriots drafted Mac Jones with the fifteenth overall pick, Cam’s clock was ticking. While some thought it would take a few weeks, and some thought this was Cam’s team for at least another year, Bill Belichick thought differently. This became even more apparent with the news that Cam Newton has been released by […]

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 What a Pac-12/Big 12 Merger Means for College Football

What a Pac-12/Big 12 Merger Means for College Football

Yesterday, I wrote about the SEC creating a super conference, with rumors Clemson and Florida State also wanted to join. Well, that’s not happening: Clemson and Florida State did not reach out to the SEC. Twitter is not real life. — Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) August 2, 2021 That sucks. However, we could see a super […]

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 The SEC Super Conference BABY!

The SEC Super Conference BABY!

It’s official. Texas and Oklahoma have asked for, were granted, and accepted an invitation to the SEC. This membership goes into effect on July 1, 2025. However, is this just the beginning, and are we going to see an SEC Super Conference? The First Rumblings SEC has been in serious contact with Ohio State, Michigan, […]

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 How to Fix USA Basketball Ahead of the Olympics

How to Fix USA Basketball Ahead of the Olympics

This USA basketball team is bad. After back to back losses to Nigeria and Australia, they would be lucky to medal, let alone win gold. Well what’s the issue? Is it coaching? Defense? Is the world finally catching up the U.S. in basketball? Yes. But how can we fix it? 1. Bring in an Interior […]

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 Cole Beasley and CTE: Tragically Thinks It’s 1721 Again

Cole Beasley and CTE: Tragically Thinks It’s 1721 Again

Cole Beasley has had a decent NFL career. Coming out of SMU, he was signed by the Dallas Cowboys and was a consistent contributor. After seven seasons, he signed with the Buffalo Bills and was Second Team All-Pro in 2020. However, football is a dangerous game, and concussions and subconcussive blows are common. This leads […]

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