Gordie Howe was not Human

Gordie Howe was not Human

Earlier this week, ZachMac wrote a post about NHL games on Christmas, and this got me thinking about the history of the NHL. With Bobby Orr, Gretzky, Crosby, and countless others, its easy to overlook Mr. Hockey himself, Gordie Howe. Longevity While on Twitter this morning, I saw this tweet from the NHL PR team. […]

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 How Should Urban Meyer be Remembered?

How Should Urban Meyer be Remembered?

Urban Meyer will go down as a top ten, maybe top five, college coach of all time. When he retires for good, people will look back fondly on his Bowling Green days, to Utah, Florida, Ohio State, and wherever he goes next. However, it is possible to be remembered as a good coach, but not […]

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 How to Fix the MLB

How to Fix the MLB

The MLB’s popularity amongst millennials and Gen Z is the lowest it has been for any generation. World Series viewership has been on a downward trend since 1995, with a few spikes, such as in ’04 and ’16. Baseball has tried to fix this by making the games faster, looking at a pitch clock and […]

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 Why Labelling Collin Sexton a “Bust” was Wrong

Why Labelling Collin Sexton a “Bust” was Wrong

Every year, people guess who the “bust” will be coming out of the draft. Sometimes, the term is applied appropriately (i.e. Darko Milicic.) More recently however, players are called busts earlier and earlier in their careers. One such player is Collin Sexton, who was a lottery pick, and had some unfair expectations put on him. […]

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 Pablo Sandoval Is My Idol

Pablo Sandoval Is My Idol

The San Francisco Giants had a special player in Pablo Sandoval. Dubbed “Kung Fu Panda” early in his career, Pablo was beloved. His heroics in the 2014 World Series, having 26 hits as well as hitting clutch home runs, became legendary. The only question that remained was where he would play in 2015. Unfortunately for […]

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 There is One Man to Blame for the NFL’s Problems

There is One Man to Blame for the NFL’s Problems

“Protect the Shield” has become somewhat of a rallying cry for Roger Goodell. The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement gave Goodell unchecked power when it comes to certain issues, and this has ruined the NFL. How did we get here, and what’s the issue? What caused this unchecked power? During the last player strike, a new […]

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 The Patriots and Blake Bortles Need Each Other

The Patriots and Blake Bortles Need Each Other

The Blake Bortles era in Jacksonville is coming to a close as Doug Marrone announced yesterday that Cody Kessler will be starting against the Colts on Sunday. It appears that this is the beginning of the end for Blake’s time as a starter for the Jaguars. But where should he sign? I’d like to analyze […]

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 Is Nick Saban Bad for Football?

Is Nick Saban Bad for Football?

In the world of modern sports, “parity” and “competition”are discussed heavily. The Warriors “ruined basketball” by creating a dynasty. But another team is often overlooked when it comes to ruining their respective sport: the Alabama Crimson Tide. With the College Football Playoffs kicking off soon, I believe it is time to expose this man for […]

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