Week 1 Overreactions for the Average Fan

With one weekend of college football in the books, plenty of fans are already overreacting to just one week of results. Unfortunately, for those of us who look to overanalyze all things college football, week one rankings are almost as insignificant as preseason rankings. Remember folks, Ohio State lost early on last season to Virginia Tech, and ended up winning

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Every NBA Team’s All-Time Starting Five, Part 2

This is part two. Be sure to read part one here. Miami Heat (1988) Dwyane Wade (2003-present): Holds most Heat records, including games, points, assists and steals. LeBron James (2010-14): Four Finals appearances, two MVPs, two Finals MVPs and two championships in four years. Not too shabby. Chris Bosh (2010-present): The overlooked third wheel in the Big Three era, Bosh

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Is the CM Punk UFC Experiment A Failure?

Believe it or not, there are hundreds upon thousands of fans (myself included) waiting for former WWE superstar CM Punk to make his professional debut in the world of mixed marital arts. It was announced last December that he signed a multi-fight deal to compete in the UFC, with his first fight taking place sometime towards the end of 2015. However, with

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NFL: 2015 AFC Divisional Breakdown

Alas, the moment we have all been waiting for is suddenly upon us. The time when middle aged men drunkenly fill rooms to scream at the referees, and college students find themselves buried in debt from fantasy dues. Ladies and gentlemen, the NFL season has begun! And hey, what would the regular season starting mean without a division-by-division preview from

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5 Predictions for the 2015 NFL Season

Merry Football Eve everyone! The rosters have been cut to 53, Tom Brady is free (LOL), and the chicken wing dip is put in the oven. So yes Hank Williams Jr. I am indeed ready for some football. In fact Mr. Williams, I am about as giddy as a an eight-year-old on Halloween for this upcoming season, so I decided

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History Awaits at the US Open

Soon. That’s a word tennis fans all around the world have been hearing in answer to their questions for years. When will that next great player emerge to dethrone the four players who’ve launched this into a golden era of tennis? Soon. When will an Englishman finally win Wimbledon again? Soon. When will Serena Williams lose again at a major? That’s

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Harbaugh’s Day Has Arrived, But Michigan’s Has Not

Just 36 hours separated from a new year, the University of Michigan football program celebrated a new era. Jim Harbaugh was announced to be the 19th head coach of the maize and blue on December 30, 2014 and 247 days of mass hysteria have ensued since. He has been the story at the center of the college football universe, a political

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Conference Preview: SEC

The most dominant conference in college football over the last 10 years has certainly cooled off. The SEC comes into 2015 with more question marks than any other league. -How will Alabama respond after two disappointing postseason finishes? -Will Auburn live up to the hype? -Will the Mississippi teams sustain success? -Can Georgia win the East? -Which surprise team can

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The Non-Sports Fan’s Guide to: The Upcoming College Football Season

As I flip through the numerous television channels on a lazy summer day at home, I stop for a moment on Sportscenter. Highlights of Jordan Spieth putting and the Cubs not looking like their usual miserable selves play out in front of me. Just as I’m about to change the channel, I see it. ESPN indicates we’re mere days away

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Premier League Matchday 4 Storylines

The English Premier League season is 2/19 of the way done and it’s already been better than the 2014-15 season. Champions League and Europa League play will begin soon and add even more chaos to this wonderfully chaotic league. Here’s what we’re talking about after matchday four. Crystal Palace Flying High Alan Pardew’s side was central to a major Premier

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