10 Bold Predictions for 2015-2016 NCAAM Basketball Season

I can honestly say that was one of the most boring tournaments I have ever watched (with the exception of Day 1). Next season I can guarantee at least one thing…we will have a far more entertaining tournament. After the first few games, the only things of any interest that happened were pretty much: NC State beat Nova, ‘Sconsin stuffed

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5 Times it’s Acceptable to Hate a Team

We’ve all been there. We’ve all watched as that one team we hate with a passion that burns hotter than the deepest pit of Hell wins a title, wins a game, wins $2 on a scratch-off lottery ticket while we’re stuck with our team who only wins a “free game.” It’s the worst. Heck, it’s worse than the worst, because every time

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NHL Second Round Preview – Western Conference

After Nino Niederreiter’s empty-netter to sink the Blues, the first round of the Western Conference playoffs is in the books. So what did we learn? Well the Blues still have problems between the pipes, the Predators benefit from shootouts in the regular season, and I still have not gotten a #bucciovertimechallenge pick correct. Carry on… #1 Anaheim Ducks vs. #4 Calgary Flames

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Patrick’s NFL Mock Draft 1.0

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jameis Winston QB/ Florida State Not much debate about this pick. The Bucs are in need of a quarterback and he is the best available.   2. Tennessee Titans Marcus Mariota QB/ Oregon While in all likely hood the Titans will trade out of this spot, Mariota will most likely be taken second overall. Even with the

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UCL Semi-Final Preview

Following a very thrilling quarterfinal round filled with comebacks, blowouts, and rivalries, we’ve finally reached the semi-finals of this season’s UEFA Champions League. Four teams remain, and I have to say it should be a very round to watch. Let’s take a look in depth at the four teams that are left standing who are fighting for the European Cup.

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Top MLB Storylines – Week 2

Week 2 of baseball certainly was entertaining. From Kris Bryant to a few benches-clearing “fights,” let’s take a look at what’s happened in the last week in Major League Baseball. Jose Bautista Jose Bautista caused some controversy in Toronto’s recent series against the Baltimore Orioles. The ‘Jays right fielder pissed off quite a few O’s players when he stood and watched

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Kris Bryant: Chicago’s Savior?

All things considered, it’s a pretty cool time to be a Chicago sports fan right now. The Bulls have their whole team (relatively) healthy and head into the Eastern Conference playoffs with a respectable 3rd seed and a series against the upstart Milwaukee Bucks. The Blackhawks similarly have a 3rd seed and are duking it out with the Predators. The

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NHL First Round Preview – Western Conference

Ah, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Flowers are blooming and birds are chirping, and oh yeah, the Stanley Cup Playoffs (the best playoffs in sports), has begun. With the defending champs the Los Angeles Kings eliminated, it is a truly wide-open Western Conference. So who’s going to get hot at just the right time? Is it going

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Eastern Conference Preview

The weather is finally getting nice, and that means playoff basketball! While most of the juicier matchups are out West (Clippers vs. Spurs are you serious?!), playoff games are still taking place in the East. Here’s a breakdown of the four first-round matchups. Atlanta vs. Brooklyn: The Pacers gave a valiant fight for the eighth seed, but Brooklyn eventually nabbed

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NHL Eastern Conference Preview

Ah yes, playoff hockey is back. No sport can compare its playoff season to that of the NHL, so just accept it. The fight for playoff position in the Eastern Conference was intense and will be sure to carry over to the second season. #1 New York Rangers vs. #4 Pittsburgh Penguins Winner: Rangers in 4 This one is pretty

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