Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Most of you already know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but you might not know why a sports blog is writing about it. Well, it’s simple… Breast Cancer is one of the deadliest cancers in the US. In 2019 it is projected that 268,600 cases of its kind will be recorded, while 41,760 will […]

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 Andrew Luck Has Retired At The Age Of 29

Andrew Luck Has Retired At The Age Of 29

It may be one of the most shocking announcements in recent sports history. The heir apparent to Peyton Manning has walked away from the game after multiple seasons with injury. Andrew Luck has announced his retirement. We are all shocked that Andrew Luck has retired at the age of 29. Last night around 9:15 ET Breaking News scrolled across […]

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 The Promise of Belly Up Sports

The Promise of Belly Up Sports

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Mike Brown and myself along with two friends created Belly Up Sports. The reason I am writing this is because in just over a year Belly Up has absolutely taken over….. (OK I know, we really haven’t done shit and if this is the first time you […]

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 Biggest Tool of a Fan Base in Professional Sports?

Biggest Tool of a Fan Base in Professional Sports?

Congratulations Boston, you have won another title, and this one may be the best yet! You are officially the biggest tool fan base in professional sports! Ok, I know… I know… You are probably thinking… only 954 people voted on your sh*tty poll and the United States has a population of 325.7 million people. So, […]

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 Bye, Bye, Michigan

Bye, Bye, Michigan

It has now been 2557 days (and counting) since The University of Michigan has beaten The Ohio State Buckeyes. No that is not a typo, although I am sure the editors just love when I write because they have to work over time grooming through my errors, but that is to be expected!  What’s not […]

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 Urban Who?

Urban Who?

Two years in a row, and it looks like we are heading for the same outcome. This past Saturday, the nation watched as the #2 Buckeyes were run off the field by the unranked Boilermakers. This created Déjà Vu for many as we look back on the 2017 drubbing they received at the hands of […]

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 Lions’ Perfection = Hope

Lions’ Perfection = Hope

New England Patriots (10) @ Detroit Lions (26) The Detroit Lions just won the Super Bowl! For four quarters, the Detroit Lions played one of the most flawless football games I have ever seen in my life.  Yes I said it!  Outside of Stafford’s interception, and the offensive line giving up only one sack, this […]

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 What we learned THIS WEEK in the NFL

What we learned THIS WEEK in the NFL

After only one week of professional football, we have already learned essentially everything we need to know to predict the rest of the entire season. So many questions were answered. In case you were in a coma however, we are here to help fill you in on everything that transpired in week one of professional […]

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 So Why Now? The Matt Patricia Debacle

So Why Now? The Matt Patricia Debacle

Meet Matt Patricia Born September 13, 1974. Grew up in Sherrill, New York. Married to Raina Patricia and the couple have two sons and a daughter. Played College Football from 1992-1995 for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute COACHING CAREER (1996) Grad Assistant Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1999-2000) Defensive Line Coach Amherst College (2001-2003) Offensive Graduate Assistant Syracuse (2004) […]

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