• Hagan’s Haus NFL Picks (Week 4)

    Week 4 features the first bye week of the current NFL season and the Packers and Eagles will be the two teams on a bye. This means there will be only 14 games this week and less room for error. Here are my picks in the NFL for week four.

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  • Rays of Hope For Every 0-3 Team

    Three weeks into the NFL season, the playoffs are likely a pipe dream for fans of the four 0-3 teams, but I am going to do something I do not normally do, be an optimist. Here are rays of hope for each winless team.

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  • The Third and The Don NFL Picks Week Four

    Joe DiTullio and Cecil Walker (Personalities on the Third and the Don Football Show) make their picks for the week four match-ups.

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  • College Football Week Five Picks

    Rob Doerger and Joe DiTullio (personalities on the DiTullio and Doerger College Sports Show) pick every game including an FBS team in week five.

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  • Clemson v. Louisville Preview

    The winner of this game will win the ACC and be the ACC representative in the College Football Playoff.

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Major League Baseball

Vin Scully: The Man With the Golden Voice

Vin Scully has been the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster for sixty-seven years. Just let that sink in for a second, […]

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NL Wildcard Down the Home Stretch

We’re finally at twilight of the MLB regular season, and while all of the divisions in the NL have been […]

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Marlins' Fernandez Killed in Tragic Boating Accident

The Marlins organization has confirmed that pitcher Jose Fernandez and two others were killed in a boating accident in Florida […]

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AL Regular Season Award Predictions

As the season begins to wind down, all sorts of guesses as to who will win the MVP and Cy […]

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Esports

The Implications of an Overwatch League

At this point, if you follow professional Overwatch, you’ve heard the news. An Overwatch League is incoming, and it’ll be […]

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An Immortal Fallacy: Why IMT isn't ready for Worlds

We were all there when it happened, the Immortals took down Counter Logic Gaming in a five game series. It […]

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Faith and Friendship - A Pre-Worlds look at CLG

When TSM brought C9 low in the finals of the NALCS finals, CLG fans everywhere rejoiced. They would once again […]

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Combo Theory: Hitting the Gym

Hello and welcome back to Combo Theory. This week’s article is something different for the site. This week’s Combo Theory […]

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An Interview with compLexity's Crane

For the few who don’t know him, Simon “Crane333” Raunholst is a player for Team compLexity and has been hailed for […]

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The Melee Weekend Recap: Local Upsets Edition

As I wrote earlier, the Summer of Smash (http://thegamehaus.com/2016/09/13/summer-smash-melee-recap/) has come to a close and now it’s back to local […]

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College Basketball

Why Choosing a School Does not Affect NBA Aspriations

Ben Simmons took a lot of heat for his decision to attend LSU for his mandatory year of service after […]

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How SEC Basketball is on the Rise

SEC basketball is not held in high esteem, but it should be and will be soon. Right now when people […]

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Big 12 Landscape Becoming Apparent for 2016-17

With the newest season of college basketball less than 100 days away, predictions for the season are beginning to surface. […]

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Bruce Pearl has Auburn Basketball, and Himself, Back on Track

Bruce Pearl has things cooking again at Auburn University. Only a few seasons ago, things were not so hot after […]

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A New Twist for The Number One Overall Seed

Selection Sunday just became an all-out frenzy. It is an event about both the teams and the fans of college […]

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SMU: Better Off Without Larry Brown

The Southern Methodist University Mustangs opted against re-signing a Hall of Fame coach and it was the best decision for […]

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National Football League

Hagan's Haus NFL Picks (Week 4)

Last week was absolutely horrible. The weeks picks were ,by far, my worst week of predictions this season. On a […]

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Rays of Hope For Every 0-3 Team

Three weeks into the NFL season, the playoffs are likely a pipe dream for fans of the four 0-3 teams, […]

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The Third and The Don NFL Picks Week Four

Joe DiTullio and Cecil Walker (Personalities on the Third and the Don Football Show) make their picks for the week […]

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Week 3 NFL Picks Against the Spread

I am back with my third week of NFL picks against the spread. I am struggling to get a handle […]

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National Basketball Association

Why Choosing a School Does not Affect NBA Aspriations

Ben Simmons took a lot of heat for his decision to attend LSU for his mandatory year of service after […]

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NBA Season Preview Series by Danny with the J: Southeast Division

The 2016 NBA season is rapidly approaching and with the wild offseason over, the time has arrived for assessing the […]

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"Sting For Who?": Russell Westbrook is OKC

Russell Westbrook topped off his three year $85 million a year contract with a press conference. With a player option […]

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If LeBron James took a Year Off: Who's Ready?

LeBron James. 12-time all Star, 3 NBA championships, 3 MVPs, 10 all-NBA teams. The six straight finals, the two championships […]

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Mr. Clutch with the Golden Touch: Jerry West's Successes As An Executive

Throughout sports, front office positions are often made up of individuals with backgrounds in business, marketing, law, finances, statistics, physical […]

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2016 NBA Off-season Summary

An Offseason to Remember   The summer of 2016 introduced the new NBA salary cap, which in turn paid loads […]

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College Football

College Football Week Five Picks

Rob Doerger and Joe DiTullio (personalities on the DiTullio and Doerger College Sports Show) pick every game including an FBS […]

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Clemson v. Louisville Preview

The winner of this game will win the ACC and be the ACC representative in the College Football Playoff. If […]

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College Football Bracketology September 27, 2016

Four weeks into the season for college football and there has been a lot of pandemonium. There are a lot […]

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College Football Week Four Recap

This weekend’s games didn’t have all of the greatest match-ups as previous weeks, but there was still a lot of […]

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What's Next For LSU?

Les Miles has been on the hot seat since the end of last year, and after the heartbreaking loss against […]

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Fantasy

Why Your GREAT Fantasy Football Team Didn’t Win it ALL Last Year

Are you wondering just WHY OH WHY you didn’t take home your goofy home league virtual trophy and your nerdy little nephew did? You did all the homework, you watched every Eisenberg miniclip online and stayed up into the wee hours in late night from the 4th of July until week 3 of the pre-season watching ESPN trying to obtain “inside” information. How is it that you live and breathe everything FFL and still you ended up the butt of endless jabs from your friends and relatives that you play fantasy football with? Chances are the reason lay in at least one of the following scenarios: Injury issues Draft muscle-memory Draft ineptness Draft hunches Superabundant draft theory syndrome Murphy’s Law Lack of season interest Let’s break those down. Injury Issues–  In 27 years of playing this wonderfully fulfilling pastime I have had my share (or what seems as more than my fair share) of early round season ending injuries from […]

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The Game Haus' 2016 Fantasy Football Overall Rankings

In the past two weeks, I’ve examined every crucial fantasy football position. I’ve given Surefire Stamps of Approval to 18 […]

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2016 Fantasy Football Tight End Rankings

Top 20 Quarterbacks: Brady falls due to suspension, but how far? Top 20 Running Backs: Lack of bellcows causes top […]

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2016 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings

Top 20 Quarterbacks: Young quarterbacks fill out top 15 Top 20 Running Backs: Veteran rusher is number one, with young […]

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