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New Orleans doesn’t deserve all the world’s Jazz

Tom Benson, the owner of the Saints, is the new owner of the Hornets. Which won’t bare that nickname for long. [Read more →]

April 15, 2012   No Comments

NFL Cliché: It’s Business

This time of the year is the biggest time for the NFL cliché : It’s business. Owners, GM’s, coaches and players all succumb to this overused and over-annualized expression.  Tim Tebow, Alex Smith and Peyton Manning are some of the few players who have become products of this during this off season.  [Read more →]

March 20, 2012   No Comments

How to make the Regular Season Relevant Again

With March Madness among us it makes us reflect on the lack of importance on the regular season and conferences putting the biggest prize for the team that wins the conference tournament.  I know why the conferences do it, because ESPN and other networks promise lots of money, but does the regular season have to be completely null and void?  I wish there was a way to keep tally of certian team achievements throughout the year to use when ranking teams. With 68 teams in the tournament if you don’t get in you don’t deserve to get in.

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March 12, 2012   No Comments

Fans can be so childish

Lets see who lost the game for the 49ers against the Giants in the NFC Championship, well the 49ers did as a team. Should Kyle Williams get some of the blame, yes. This doesn’t mean that he should be on the receiving end of death threats. [Read more →]

January 25, 2012   No Comments

Witness History

Everybody loves to hate the superstar unless you are the fan of that team. For some reason this doesn’t happen for me regarding LeBron James. He isn’t the most polarizing player in the Universe thanks to one man named Tebow but he comes to a close second! [Read more →]

January 24, 2012   No Comments

NCAA is a Cartel and the Proof is in the Pudding

The 1950′s ruined 2011 USC Football. Strong statement huh. Let me explain how the NCAA went from being a coordinating body to  powerful money seeking cartel, and eventually an institution out to ruin USC. [Read more →]

December 6, 2011   No Comments

Is this Futbol or Football?

The scrutiny of referees is always fun water cooler talk unless their screw up lost you money or gave your team a loss. With more and more judgment calls being forced onto these “HUMANS” more and more controversial calls are being committed. [Read more →]

September 22, 2011   No Comments

The Inside Job

Roger Goodell has been a polarizing figure ever since he took the reigns of the NFL and whether or not he has done good for the game depends on who you ask. [Read more →]

September 1, 2011   No Comments

The state of baseball from a distant fan

On base percentage, Slugging Percentage, Runs Batted In and Batting Average: These are all important aspects for baseball but what do they all really mean for a person like me who enjoys the game but only looks forward to playoff baseball. [Read more →]

July 20, 2011   No Comments

Evil in Sports

There is nothing in today’s society that doesn’t have good vs. evil. Last night “Good” prevailed over quote on quote “Evil” but just like in real life Evil is always from the perspective you look at it. As I watch this series between the Heat and Mavs I noticed one huge problem with Evil, LeBron James has yet to figure out how to play as a villain.

Now lets jump to one of the largest story lines and that is the NFL lockout. Roger Goodell has the LeBron James effect he is labeled the villain no matter what he does. With the lockout moving closer to the start of the season Goodell moves further up the most wanted list of Sports Villains.

Do either of these men deserve to be labeled sports villains………… [Read more →]

June 13, 2011   No Comments