Does Roger Federer Still Have It In Him?

When you think of the classiest, most persistent and most iconic tennis player of the century, most would instantly think of Roger Federer; the legend. Federer is the Sports Illustrated #1 Top Men’s Tennis Player of all time. He has dominated the men’s tennis game like no other. Winning 17 Grand Slams and holding onto […]

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Method to the Madness

It’s March. It’s basketball season. It’s madness. It’s March Madness. Basketball lovers all around the nation are tuning into March Madness games hoping to have a perfect bracket and win one billion dollars. Yes, one billion dollars to gamble on who is going to win the championship game by just by filling out a paid […]

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The Madness behind 2014 March Madness

It’s that time of year again where everyone has put forth great effort to strategically create the ultimate NCAA Basketball bracket. This year has drawn even more buzz and even more participants due to the ever-popular $1 billion dollar bracket challenge sponsored by Warren Buffett. The “Wizard of Omaha” created his own little challenge completely […]

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Student-Athletes are asking “Where’s the money?”

If someone approached you and asked you to dedicate a large portion of your time to a project, but you would not receive any compensation for it, would you say yes? If they were to then tell you they would make a good amount of money off your name and likeness and talent, and you […]

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The Chapman Crisis

Maybe more aptly named “The Pitchers’ Living Nightmare.” It can even be fined down to the title: “A Fan’s Living Hell.” Within the last five seasons, there have been an uncomfortable string of occurrences where pitchers are left defenseless as a baseball is headed straight for their head. With speeds traveling at over 120 mph […]

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“The Manly Art of Self-Defense”

When tasked with writing a blog and told to “write about literally anything related to sports”, it sometimes becomes tough to narrow down a singular topic to discuss. It is a daunting assignment, and for me it is not something I am able to traverse with ease. After entertaining and pursuing a few different topics, […]

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Extra Point Potentially Kicking the Bucket

Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, made some comments to the NFL Network  in January that did not go unnoticed.  He said that the extra point was basically guaranteed and as such, failed to add excitement and energy to a football game.  There is now a proposal to have extra-point kicks moved back from a comparatively […]

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One and Done? D-League vs. NCAA

We have all (well, most) have heard about the one and done rule regarding the transition from college basketball into the NBA. If not, basically a high school student must play at least one year of basketball in college in order to be considered for the NBA draft. And Dallas Mavericks Owner, Mark Cuban, had […]

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