To Play or Not to Play?

While many continue to analyze, discuss and complain about Sunday’s very uneventful super bowl game between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, a greater issue continues to challenge the National Football League – the concussion lawsuit. As a former club soccer player, I personally have experienced the consequences of repeated concussions and have witnessed […]

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Super Bowl Sunday

At 6:25 p.m. on Sunday, February 2, the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks will kickoff and fight for a Super Bowl Championship. Millions of people will be tuned into this game watching these two teams battle it out. Yes, some of these people actually care about the game, but most are watching the Super […]

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Super Blemish

“I’m the best corner in the game. When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that’s the result you gonna get. Don’t you ever talk about me. […] Don’t you open your mouth about the best or I’m gonna shut it for you real quick.” Richard Sherman said this after his Seattle Seahawks […]

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The Pros to Permitting Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Lifting the ban on performance-enhancing drugs and supplements in professional sports would be an overall advantageous decision by major league commissioners internationally. Some nations do not enforce these bans, and others define performance-enhancing very differently. In the end, ceasing the ban would allow for regulation, education, less crime, healthier athletes, and a more fair arena […]

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Women Debut in Olympic Ski Jumping

Currently, the sights of millions of people around the world are focused on Sochi, where Russia’s first Olympic Winter Games are taking place. Some of the most exciting aspects at the Games are the ultra-modern sports venues and the new records to be witnessed. History is also being made at this year’s Winter Olympics because […]

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The Verbal Brawl over Fighting in Hockey

Zaza Pachulia head butted Orlando Magic’s guard Jason Richardson and was ejected from the game. Andre Johnson and Cortland Finnegan were both fined $25,000 from the National Football League for their slugfest in the fourth quarter of a 2010 matchup. Benches cleared in a Milwaukee Brewers and Atlanta Braves game and saw two players thrown […]

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