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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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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Chicago Bears Road To Revival

The Chicago Cubs have been reborn and look set to continue contention for years to come. The Chicago Bulls are ready to start their season with their new coach, along with Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose (unless he gets a paper cut). As for the Chicago Blackhawks? They’re still one of the top teams in the NHL after winning their third Stanley

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NHL Season Preview: Pacific Division

By Peter Fiorentino Hockey season is just a day away, and all I have is four words: It’s about damn time. After watching all of my favorite sports teams waiver at some point in the past year – Marquette not making the NCAA tourney, the Rams first and second string quarterbacks fall to injuries, USC lose to Boston College and

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