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Sep 09

SEC Spotlight


As I watched the opening weekend of college football unfold, one thing really stuck out: the SEC is top heavy.  Alabama is once again the team to beat and the others fall in line somewhere beneath them.  The shocking revelation was just how far down some of the other teams are in comparison to ‘Bama. …

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Dec 25

The Sports Bank.net: Caitlyn Jenner-ESPY Publicity Stunt Tops 15 Most Popular of ’15


The great Bob Costas nailed it. He referred to the Caitlyn Jenner ESPYs Courage Award as “a crass exploitation play.” That’s exactly what it was. Regardless of your feelings on Caitlyn Jenner, there was nothing commendable or courageous about how her ESPY came about. That was an agent-driven, publicist negotiated quid pro quo, and nothing …

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Jul 14

MLB’s Franchise Four


Some of the best to ever play the game joined the festivities for the 86th Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park. I think it was a nice touch to add interest to a game a lot of folks have stopped watching with any real kind of interest. I …

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May 28

Pace Of Play Rules And The Future Of Baseball


Major League Baseball implements new Pace of Play Rules for the upcoming 2015 season. The new rules were created in hopes to speed up the pace of the game. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred commented in an ESPN article, “These changes represent a step forward in our efforts to streamline the pace of play. The most …

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Apr 13

TROY: Alex Rodriguez, Barry Bonds and PEDs


I follow the St. Louis Cardinals, lightly pay attention to the Atlanta Braves, and outside of that, I don’t pay much attention to whatever else is happening in baseball. The 162-game regular season isn’t my cup of tea (although cheap beer and summertime ball do go hand in hand and I love it), albeit I …

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Apr 12

Jordan Spieth wins the Masters in record-setting fashion


AUGUSTA, Ga. – Coming into Sunday at the Masters, Jordan Spieth held a four-shot lead, and that was enough to ensure that this day would see a memorable story, one either of triumph at a young age or of gut-punch collapse. With barely a doubt, Spieth delivered a triumph that will now have the entire …

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Jan 31

Irish Championship Hurdle win secures Cheltenham future for Hurricane Fly


Ruby Walsh has his eyes on the prize at the Cheltenham Festival in March following another stunning success at the Irish Championship Hurdle event in January. According to the star’s trainer Willie Mullins, Hurricane Fly is “all go.” He said: “He’s beaten the reigning English Champion Hurdle champion three times this season – it’s all …

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Aug 10

Will Manziel Lead the Browns to the Promised Land?


Cleveland fans are some of the most loyal and also some of the most long-suffering. How long has it been since we’ve  had a franchise quarterback? Brian Sipe?  And now we have a rookie quarterback saying he wants to lead the team to the Superbowl. He isn’t lacking in swagger, but does he have the …

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Jul 18

Congrats. You’ve ended the lives of 298 people who had nothing to do with your stupid cause.


I would like to use this blog entry to congratulate the pro-Russia separatists who accidentally killed 298 people yesterday. Mazel-fucking-tov. You did it. Single-handedly, you did it. By (oops) accidentally firing a n SA-series missile at a passenger jet, as opposed to a military aircraft, you ended the lives of adults and children who had …

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Apr 19

Ohio couple married 70 years die 15 hours apart


In this September 1941 photo provided by Dick Felumlee, Kenneth and Helen Felumlee pose for a photo nearly three years before their marriage in February 1944. The Felumlees, who celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary in February, died 15 hours apart from each other last week. (AP Photo/Felumlee family) http://news.yahoo.com/ohio-couple-ma…145159516.html

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