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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 Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl: For the Love of God Stop

Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl: For the Love of God Stop

I’ve been known to criticize the names of bowl games in college football. Not means spirited, but just meming. The GoDaddy.com Bowl is one. Why add the “.com”? Just make it the GoDaddy Bowl. Sorry, got sidetracked. The Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl is another. But I would be okay with every bad bowl name coming […]

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 Madden 22 Cover: It’s Time for a Change

Madden 22 Cover: It’s Time for a Change

It’s the moment we have all been waiting for: the Madden 22 cover athletes have been announced. Some speculated the delay was from Aaron Rodgers being the intended athlete, or Derrick Henry would have been the athlete. This turned out not to be the case, as Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady will grace the Madden […]

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 The College Football Playoff Expansion is Horrible

The College Football Playoff Expansion is Horrible

Much like your friendly neighborhood prostitute or Nicolas Cage when he agreed to The Wicker Man, there isn’t much Mark Emmert and the NCAA won’t do for a quick buck. This is only more apparent with the recent proposal for a college football playoff expansion. What will this entail, and why is it bad for […]

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 Julio Jones to the Titans and the NFL Pecking Order

Julio Jones to the Titans and the NFL Pecking Order

After weeks of speculation, Julio Jones is off to the Titans, joining Derrick Henry and AJ Brown in the Nashville. While some speculate this will result in a Titans Super Bowl, is there a more realistic outlook? And how was the return for the Falcons? Grading the Trade The #Titans deal for Julio Jones:— The […]

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 Boston Celtics Get Knocked Out, Promptly Explode

Boston Celtics Get Knocked Out, Promptly Explode

Last night, the Brooklyn Nets completed the gentleman’s sweep, knocking the Boston Celtics out of the playoffs. The “Curse of the Trade” is over, and the Celtics have a lot of question marks going into the offseason. Is Kemba gone? Will Smart stay in a Celtics uniform? Three seeming locks this offseason were Brad Stevens, […]

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 Throw More Stuff: NBA Players Need to Suck It Up

Throw More Stuff: NBA Players Need to Suck It Up

These playoffs, an NBA fan has been banned for player interactions a lot. Even on this website, people are firmly on the side of the player. Being the contrarian I am, I disagree; let the fans “fuck around and find out”. Let them have their popcorn and throw it too, only if they’re ready to […]

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 Teaching Adversity in Sports: Coach Kidnaps Families

Teaching Adversity in Sports: Coach Kidnaps Families

In sports, teams have to overcome adversity. Whether they are down late, going up against bad officiating, or just against a formidable opponent, teams and players have to be prepared to overcome this. After hearing the Predators coach John Hynes discuss adversity, manager Jimbo Daniels of the Independent Mountain Baseball League (IMBL) decided to take […]

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 The Dumbest 2021 NFL Draft Pick Teams Can Make

The Dumbest 2021 NFL Draft Pick Teams Can Make

It’s time for the 2021 NFL Draft, and with it we’ve been inundated with mocks, player rankings, and talk of team needs. Well, what we don’t see is the dumb picks teams can make. With so many busts in NFL history, let’s see what mistakes teams can make. I will also be skipping around. The […]

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 Tinfoil Hat Time: Atlanta Braves Screwed Out of Win

Tinfoil Hat Time: Atlanta Braves Screwed Out of Win

Sunday, the Atlanta Braves lost to the Philadelphia Phillies after a top of the ninth sac-fly that drove in a run. But should they have? The Phillies seem to think so. SAFE. pic.twitter.com/4zScXL44M0 — Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 12, 2021 However, in that Tweet, the Phillies sure chose a weird time to cut off the […]

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