Jun 20

BTB: Cowboys Offseason 2015: Rookie Review


While the OTAs and minicamp are primarily a lot of work against air, it still was the first real chance to see how the rookies looked against real NFL talent. Here are some early impressions of how they did. Although the Dallas Cowboys had their first chance to show the coaching staff what they could …

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Jun 17

The Landry Hat: It’s Time For The Dallas Cowboys To Pay Dez Bryant

Blog word.

Last year, during the first mandatory mini-camp, wide receiver Dez Bryant was pretty clear about his desire to get a long-term deal done as he was set to enter the 2014 season, working on the last year of his rookie contract. At the time, Bryant was clear that he felt he deserved it but he …

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Jun 10

USMNT beats #1 German Mens team 2-1 in Germany


The US Men’s Soccer Team continued its strong play coming off a 4-3 win over the Netherlands team, by defeating #1 world ranked and defending World Cup Champion German National Mens Team 2-1. World Cup Hero Mario Gotze got Germany on the board first with a goal in the 12th minute. The Us answered back …

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Jun 07

TROY: The Warriors are Gonna Win the 2015 NBA Finals


Cool shit. I’m called ’em overrated earlier in the season, and now they are gonna go ahead and win the title. I reckon the San Antonio Spurs would have beaten them had they played in the postseason, but San Antonio shit on themselves in the first round against the LA Clippers, so that matchup never …

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Jun 07

The Sports Bank.net: Cal Golden Bears good role model for Illini basketball


Shortly after the Illini basketball team closed up shop for the season (It happened in the early going of their Big Ten Tournament first round destruction at the hands of Michigan’s 3/4 of a team) we juxtaposed Illinois to Maryland. It made sense at the time given that the Illini and the Terps had such …

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Jun 06

American Pharoah wins the Triple Crown


American Pharoah, the flashy colt with the smooth stride, won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, becoming the first Triple Crown winner in a generation and etching himself in the history books. Since 1978, when Affirmed swept the three races, 13 horses had won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. But none of them won the Belmont. …

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Jun 03

Buehrle tosses shutout vs. Nats on 93 pitches

2013 Toronto Blue Jays Photo Day

Mark Buehrle needed only 93 pitches to complete a shutout against the Nationals on Wednesday. Buehrle had his ground ball stuff in top form tonight, as 21 of 23 batted balls he induced were of the ground ball variety. He scattered six hits and a walk while striking out two. Buehrle has not been nearly …

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Jun 03

Stanley Cup Prediction

Anaheim Ducks v Chicago Blackhawks - Game Six

The Stanley Cup Final is finally here and it pits the Tampa Bay Lightning against the Chicago Blackhawks. The Lightning will have home ice advantage but as we have seen throughout the playoffs and especially in Game 7 of both Conference finals, it really does not matter. http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nhl/54470/172/stanley-cup-prediction

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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May 26

VenomStrikes.com: Dbacks @ Cardinals: Can Bradley bounce back?

There have been questions lately about whether or not the Arizona Diamondbacks brought back starter Archie Bradley too soon after an injury where he was hit with a line drive in the face. Bradley hasn’t been as sharp as he was to start the season in his last two starts against Philadelphia, where he last …

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