Raiders to San Antonio: Best for Business?

How many of you remember all of the talk for many years now about a professional football team returning to The City of Angles Los Angeles, California? After many years of discussion it is official that the St. Louis Rams will now be returning to Los Angeles after leaving that very city twenty-two years ago. Now while we sit and

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2015-16 NCAA All-Namericans

What’s in a name? Cliché – I know – starting off with a William Shakespeare quote, but it’s just too relevant not to use. If you’re like me and enjoy watching more than just your favorite college basketball team play twice a week, you sometimes surf the channels and find yourself watching riveting NCAA basketball games between two powerhouses like

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The Golden Globe..trotters?

I was contemplating the meaninglessness of awards shows like the Golden Globes this past weekend while watching the Lakers struggle to remember what basketball is, when I realized something. This year, almost every single NBA team matches up perfectly with a movie that released in 2015. And now, after applying all of my admittedly limited cinematic knowledge and my even more

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The magic of the FA Cup

It was one of the sports biggest upsets ever. Last year, Premier League champions Chelsea lost to a third tier team in Bradford City at Stamford Bridge. At first glance, this result may make one think it was a game of EA Sports’ FIFA. Nope. This was the FA Cup. It is basically England’s version of March Madness, but on steroids. Every

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10 for 10: thoughts on the NBA

As we begin 2016, it is a good time to take stock of the NBA regular season thus far. Every team has played at least 32 games, a decent indicator of where they are in the league’s hierarchy. Here are 10 observations to watch going forward. 1. The Warriors are the most fun, exciting team I’ve ever watched. The way this

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Lions Draft 2016: Please Let This Work

First, a quick note on Quinn. I like him and I liked his press conference. That can probably be said of near any hire in professional sports history, but I am being serious. He seems like someone who will actually be involved with the team and front and center to answer questions when he is needed, unlike what this team

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