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10 Highest Paid Coaches in College Football

Posted on 18 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The top 10 highest paid coaches in college football consist of four in the SEC (Steve Spurrier, Les Miles, Kevin Sumlin, Nick Saban), four in the Big Ten (Kirk Ferentz, James Franklin, Urban Meyer, Mark Dantonio) and two in the Big 12 (Bob Stoops, Charlie Strong). More

Jim Harbaugh

San Francisco 49ers – The End of the Jim Harbaugh Era; What About Colin Kaepernick?

Posted on 17 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

No playoffs for the first time under Jim Harbaugh. The San Francisco 49ers might look completely different by the time next season begins, as it seems their successful head coach is on his way out, which puts even more pressure on Colin Kaepernick to develop into a more consistent and reliable quarterback. More

Reggie Bush

Schools With the Most Heisman Trophy Winners

Posted on 14 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The 2014 Heisman Trophy winner is Marcus Mariota, the first one Oregon have ever produced (although he’s actually from Hawai’i). There are other programs that have seen one of their players lift the trophy quite a lot of times, especially USC, Notre Dame and Ohio State, proud to present the only two time winner, Archie Griffin. More

Barcelona

Champions League – All 16 Teams in the Knockout Stage

Posted on 11 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

In the round of 16 stage of the 2014-2015 Champions League, there are four German clubs (Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Schalke, Leverkusen), three from England (Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City), three from Spain (Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid), two from France (PSG, Moncao), one from Portugal (Porto), one from Italy (Juventus), one from Switzerland (Basel) and one from Ukraine (Shakhtar Donetsk). More

Bowl Season

2014-2015 College Football Bowl Season Schedule

Posted on 8 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The 2014 College Football regular season is over. What’s left? The playoff, with the Rose Bowl (Florida State & Oregon), Sugar Bowl (Alabama & Ohio State) and four more CFP … More

Tim Duncan

Oldest NBA Players With a Triple Double

Posted on 7 Dec, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

Early on in the 2014-2015 NBA Season, we’ve seen two dinosaurs of the game record triple doubles, something you don’t really expect from old and falling apart players. However, Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant are special, putting themselves among a select few to get that 10-10-10 mark (or better) past the age of 36, joining the likes of Karl Malone, Magic Johnson and Jason Kidd among others. More

Nikola Mirotic

7 Best NBA Rookies After the First Month of the Season

Posted on 3 Dec, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

There are no superstar rookies in the 2014-2015 NBA Season, but quite a few guys who can become All-Stars in a few years. Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins will battle each other for rookie of the year, but the surprising Bojan Bogdanovic from the Brooklyn Nets is also worth following. More

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers – The Next NFL MVP (Again)

Posted on 2 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

NFL MVPs go to quarterbacks almost all the time. This season won’t be any different. Tom Brady has done a great job with the New England Patriots of bouncing back from a rough start, but Aaron Rodgers is by far the best football player in the league this season, quarterback or any other position. More

NFL Playoff Picture

2014 NFL Season – Week 13 Playoff Power Rankings

Posted on 2 Dec, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The NFL is hitting its final month of the 2014 season, which means power rankings are out, playoff picture and standings are in. No teams has clinched a playoff spot yet, and it’s still quite a busy tangle and battle for the seeding, home field advantage and to even get into the playoffs. More

Florida State Seminoles

College Football – Rivalries Possibly Decide Final Playoff Rankings

Posted on 30 Nov, 2014, by in Featured, Football

While week 14 of the 2014 College Football season was dubbed rivalry week for the history in most of its encounters, the focus went to the division and conferences titles to be decided, and what the results meant for the next playoff rankings to be released, as the SEC (with Alabama and Missouri) was finally decided, Oregon found it it’ll play Arizona for the Pac-12, Wisconsin are the ones who get to play Ohio State for the Big Ten and Florida State remain the only undefeated team in the nation after Marshall lost in something that looked like a basketball game. More