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Manti Te’o, The NCAA, and the Not Dead Girlfriend

It seems fitting that the one standing grace of college football, the shinning example of valor, pride and moral fiber, would end up being tied to a blatant lie of the worst kind. Notre Dame has had it’s struggles recently, failed high … Continue reading

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Ohio High Schoolers And The Hidden Truth

Please read this Deadspin & New York Times article, this needs to have more coverage and those involved need to be punished. Please click the link, below is my response to this story. Kids are dumb, especially jock athletes who run … Continue reading

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Where Are You Now: Pokey Reese

Does anyone remember this guy? Two gold gloves pretty much sum up Pokey’s short career. Sorry, he was obviously the reason the Red Sox won the World Series back in 2004. A great gloves and decent ability to cause panic … Continue reading

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Worst Free Throw Attempt Ever?

I have no ground, as a half Irish/Finish man, to make fun of anyone that plays basketball at any competitive level but I have to think I could do better than this.

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Where Are You Now: Paul LoDuca (Late Edition)

Paul was Russell Martin before Russell Martin was Russell Martin, confused yet? What I mean by that is he was a decent catcher who put up pretty good numbers and played solid defense and then all the sudden became a … Continue reading

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R! G! 3! R! G! 3!

I don’t know about you guys but this is the most impressive play by a quarterback I have ever seen in my life. Seriously, let’s break this down for a moment. RG3 scrambles from the pockets, gains a first down … Continue reading

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Where Are You Now…Armando Benítez

Armando Benitez was an interesting figure when it came to New York sports. When playing for the Orioles the Yankee faithful were happy to see him running out of the opposing bullpen and Mets fans would groan and complain when … Continue reading

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