As I sneak around at work (Yes, I work. I know it's surprising that this little blog doesn't give me a lucrative lifestyle) pondering the picks for the coming weekend, I can't help but feel slightly encouraged by my 18-3 record last week. But on top of that, my Cards got crushed last week, so … Continue reading Week 4 NCAA Top 25 Picks.
You know, occasionally in life, we come across something that is so offensive and immoral that it shakes you. But the real kicker is that you can't understand why everyone isn't just as offended as you are. Well, that's life. I have often told people that others don't have the right to tell you to not … Continue reading Who Will Boycott the NFL First?
It's safe to say that the losses to Houston, Kentucky (the one that I lost sleep about) and LSU were the driving motivators for all of the College Football experts to universally dismiss Lamar Jackson. Who am I to argue? No one, because I'm no expert. I'm an unapologetic fan of Louisville sports. I was born … Continue reading Is Lamar All That?
UPDATE: I am updating the piece with the actual results for the weekend in RED. I went 18-3 for the week. Here is a quick look at how I think the Top 25 schedule will play out this weekend. Games are listed in order of games, not in order of rankings. My winners are in BOLD. … Continue reading My Top 25 Picks
There has recently been some discussion on the streak that the Cleveland Indians are on, and rightly so. It is a historic run. They have won 21 straight. In today’s professional sports landscape, this is amazing. They are 90-56 this season and lead the AL Central by 13.5 games. It’s safe to say that they … Continue reading Cleveland Indians on the Verge of MLB History?
First, let me start by saying that this is in no way a negative post. Just an observation that I made while checking scores Sunday night, while at work. He'll, had I not been paying attention, I wouldn't have seen it. After all, Peyton Manning was a staple in Indianapolis. He is responsible for Lucas … Continue reading Such an easy error to make, yet hard to spot.
A well thought and researched piece. A good, solid read.
Florida Gulf Coast University, a school that even the youngest of students there are older than. A school in only its second year of eligibility for the NCAA tournament, gets its first ever win in the tournament against a traditional power in Georgetown. I'm not going to sit here and bore you with stats because … Continue reading FGCU who?
As I was on my way home from the large national retailer today I heard an interesting point by a radio host that I feel is one of the brightest minds on the radio. This host is Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio. He had an interview with Banned NBA Official Tim Donaghy (banned and jailed for betting … Continue reading “Reff”ing the outcome.