• What To Watch For In The Preseason

    With the start of training camp beginning, it’s about that time of year when fans of all teams start to tell themselves, “The preseason doesn’t mean anything; the starters hardly even play.”

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  • Is Higuain Deal A Sign Of Trouble For UEFA?

    Juventus just acquired striker Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli for a reported 90 million Euros ($98.9 million).

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  • Surefire Tight Ends for Your Fantasy Football Team

    It’s July, so it’s time to really dive into the world of fantasy football. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be giving you a healthy dose of fantasy football knowledge. To start, I’ll provide you with the most safe picks you can make at each position in order to steer your team to a championship.

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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 basketball.

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  • Vegas Surmounts Large Deficit to Win the Canadian Open

    Golf is a fickle game, in a sense that it can be anyone’s good or bad day because of one mechanical miscue. Jhonattan Vegas proved to be the beneficiary of a lot of bad days on the road to his Trophy at the RBC Canadian Open.

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Major League Baseball

Chapman, Cubs: First Potential Big Deadline Deal

With the MLB Trade Deadline less than a week away, the MLB rumor market is packed with potential deals that […]

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Wacky Weekend for Yan Gomes ends in DL Stint

Indians catcher Yan Gomes has certainly not had the year he’d like as we approach the second half of the season. […]

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What IF The Cubs Win It All?

Baseball fans are keeping a close eye on the Cubs this year. For good reason too, because the Cubs are […]

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Mets face Second Half of 2016 without Matt Harvey

As of Friday, the Mets have placed starter Matt Harvey on the disabled list. Where he will remain for the […]

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Why The Nationals Are A Special Team

Currently first in their division, the Washington Nationals have demonstrated just how special a team they are during the first […]

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Strasburg's Return: Nats should be Optimistic, but Cautious

Stephen Strasburg made a dominant return to the MLB on Sunday, no-hitting the Reds through 6.2 innings of work. Washington […]

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Esports

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New Hearthstone Adventure Teased by Blizzard

Blizzard is teasing the announcement of a brand new Hearthstone adventure. In a blog post on the official Hearthstone site, […]

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Beyond the Team: Team 7Boom

This article is the first of a series focusing on different Esports organizations. The idea is to expose the Esports […]

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The Status of a Post-Evo Street Fighter

Evolution 2016 saw the Street Fighter V scene reach new heights. This year’s tournament saw record entrants and a new […]

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Valve vs Gambling Sites

The moment Valve introduced purchasable cosmetics, gambling websites made their appearance. Mostly dealing with Dota 2 and CS:GO skins, they […]

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5 Reasons Why You Should NOT Watch NA LCS This Week

It’s Week 8 and we are sick of it. Much praise has been given to the best of 3’s system, […]

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Should the Classic Set be Evergreen?

When Blizzard announced Standard I felt there was a flaw in the plan, the Classic set would never rotate out. […]

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College Basketball

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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Third Year’s the Charm: Top 5 Juniors for 2016-17

In college basketball, some players take a year or two to develop their game. Some of the juniors in the […]

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Why the Rhode Island Rams Will Make the Sweet 16 in 2017

The Rhode Island Rams, have not made the NCAA Tournament since 1999, will be a Sweet 16 participant in March […]

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Top Five Sophomores to Skip the 2016 NBA Draft

Nowadays the one-and-done is the pinnacle of college basketball. Players are looked down upon if they play two, three or […]

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Coach Cal’s Crazy Idea: So Crazy It Just Might Work

Kentucky Coach John Calipari was blasted by several outlets last week for his ideas on changes to conference championship tournaments. […]

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National Football League

What To Watch For In The Preseason

With the start of training camp beginning, it’s about that time of year when fans of all teams start to […]

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Surefire Tight Ends for Your Fantasy Football Team

It’s July, so it’s time to really dive into the world of fantasy football. Over the next few weeks, I’ll […]

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Top 100 NFL Players (100-91)

NFL Network has an annual list they put out of the top 100 players in the NFL. They claim the […]

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Surefire Wide Receivers for Your Fantasy Football Team

Surefire Quarterbacks to Own: ARodg, Brees control consistency, but does Tom Brady make it? Surefire Running Backs to Own: Fresh […]

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Despite Miller Megadeal, Broncos Remain Setup for Long Term Success

Super Bowl MVP Von Miller cashed in huge Friday and avoided the franchise tag dilemma. The six year $114 million […]

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The Little Things That Make Football Great

Sometimes in life, it is the little things that make something great. Football is no different. While I am sure […]

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National Basketball Association

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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The Dichotomy Of The NBA Player

As fans of the NBA, we’re constantly taking in the product via commercials, ads, and video games. The players and […]

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Kevin Durant to the Warriors

Durant’s “Decision” On America’s 240th birthday, the Bay Area and Dub Nation all around were probably shooting off fireworks at […]

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Casting Call For a New Thunder Movie

It’s time for the remake. With reports that Russell Westbrook may not have any interest in steering the Oklahoma City Thunder […]

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Death of Competition Part II

I have been a fan of the NBA for all my life. There is a trend that has been happening […]

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Why You Can’t Blame KD For Choosing The Warriors

I was never a big Kevin Durant guy. I rooted for him, but never cared enough to follow his games. […]

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College Football

ACC 2016 Preview

It has been a pretty good few weeks for the ACC. First, they land the mega TV deal with ESPN. […]

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Top 5 College Running Backs

Right now in college football there are many great talents across the nation, but it seems like in 2016 the […]

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Life In The FBS: How The New Programs Are Doing

In 2012 there was an increase in FBS membership, with four teams making the jump up into premier college football. […]

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SEC 2016-2017 Preview

After an entertaining SEC Media Week, I am doing a quick preview of one of the strongest conferences in the […]

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Ohio State: Re-loading, not Re-building

The dark and gloomy time known as football off-season is only a handful of days from ending. With the end of this […]

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2016 Heisman Watch List

I just finished my Top Quarterback list and now it’s time for my Heisman Watch List. Some of the quarterbacks […]

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Fantasy

Surefire Tight Ends for Your Fantasy Football Team

It’s July, so it’s time to really dive into the world of fantasy football. Over the next few weeks, I’ll […]

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Surefire Wide Receivers for Your Fantasy Football Team

Surefire Quarterbacks to Own: ARodg, Brees control consistency, but does Tom Brady make it? Surefire Running Backs to Own: Fresh […]

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Surefire Running Backs for Your Fantasy Football Team

It’s the middle of July, so it’s time to really dive into the world of fantasy football. Over the next […]

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Surefire Quarterbacks for Your Fantasy Football Team

It’s the middle of July, so it’s time to really dive into the world of fantasy football. Over the next […]

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11 Ways to Improve Your Fantasy Football League

Fantasy football is one of the greatest new pastimes in America. In just ten years, the activity has grown from […]

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Five Instant Impact NFL Fantasy Players for 2016

It’s the beginning of May and life in the NFL is boring. The draft is over, OTA’s don’t start until […]

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