Mid-major midseason checkup

Well last season was just a bummer in all aspects from my predictions in this annual article.  So this year, I decided I would play it out a bit longer to let a few teams separate from the rest.  Ha.  Good one Quinn.  As always, the midmajor teams are a major enigma. And I’m sorry, this guide is long.  Hella

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PAC-12 CBB Preview

Don’t worry avid PAC-12 fans. Things could only go up after last year. Thankfully, they’ve gone up in a rather respectable way. Welcome to the 2015-2016 PAC-12. Leading the PAC The tippy-top of the conference is still dominated by good ol’ Zona. That doesn’t seem to be up for contention at the moment. But those following on its heels are all not only

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What to Take from the USMNT’s Loss to Jamaica

I am just as shell shocked about this as the rest of you are. I am not at all happy about the result, to put it lightly. This was not supposed to be a tough game. Although very capable, this was not a particularly talented Jamaican team compared to some of the teams the US has faced in recent memory. Some

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The USMNT Will Make the World Cup Finals in 2018

So you can do one of two things here. One, you can read the title and know what this article’s about and be done with it. Or two, you can read the article and see why I would make such a bold prediction. Hey, you already clicked the thing. Might as well read it. We’re all still reeling and a

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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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NCAA 2015 Tournament Challenge Game-by-Game Analysis: Midwest

The major Kentucky question(s), Cinderella favorites and surprise seeding. Welcome to the Midwest region. For those that are curious, the Midwest region is the first region we’ve had in a long time that actually, ya know, has teams from the midwest. Yeah there’s a couple outliers in Maryland and Buffalo, but every other team is at least feasibly definable as “midwestern”. There’s

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NCAA 2015 Tournament Challenge Game-by-Game Analysis: East

Upsets so drastic you’ll think I’m crazy, things go strangely as planned, and underrated and ticked-off teams. Welcome to the East. There’s a lot to cover, so we’ll get right at it. I will only be doing the first round for these teams, because hey, I can’t give up the secrets for how I win these things. There are five

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NCAA 2015 Tournament Challenge Game-by-Game Analysis: South

Perhaps the biggest cinderella this year, dangerous teams finally living up to expectations, and a 16-1 UPSET?!?! Welcome to the South. Oh, and sweet tea. I forgot to mention that. It wouldn’t be the South without sweet tea, and North Dakota. Because geography. There’s a lot to cover, so we’ll get right at it. I will only be doing the first

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NCAA 2015 Tournament Challenge Game-by-Game Analysis: West

Big-time programs, big-time upsets, big-time barn burners. Welcome to the West. Fun fact: 12 out of the 17 teams in the West exist in the East of continental United States. Geography. There’s a lot to cover, so we’ll get right at it. I will only be doing the first round for these teams, because hey, I can’t give up the secrets

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Carolina Basketball is NOT a Disappointment

There’s been quite a bit of talk about, as the title suggests, how the University of North Carolina Tar Heel’s Men’s Basketball team has not been up to snuff this year.  I think this is a bunch of bologna. To start, yes, Marcus Paige has not been living up to the expectations one bit.  He is not in the underdog of

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