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2015 College Football Season – When Will the Undefeated Teams Lose?

Posted on 21 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

There are 14 undefeated teams left in college football: Baylor, Clemson, Florida State, Houston, Iowa, LSU, Memphis, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, TCU, Temple, Toledo and Utah. But which one will remain undefeated by the end of the season? Not everyone, that’s for sure. More

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2015 NFL Season – Five Undefeated Teams Left After Week 6

Posted on 19 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

The Atlanta Falcons are out of the group with their first loss of the season. Who is still in? The New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers. More

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2015 College Football Season – 14 Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 18 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

Following the action of week 7 in the 2015 college football season, there are 14 remaining undefeated teams: Three in the Big Ten (Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State); three in the Big 12 (Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU); three in the American conference (Houston, Memphis, Temple); two in the ACC (Florida State, Clemson); one in the SEC (LSU); one in the Pac-12 (Utah); and one in the MAC (Toledo). More

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10 Oldest NBA Players Heading Into the 2015-2016 Season

Posted on 15 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

Our annual rundown of the 10 oldest NBA players heading into the new season (2015-2016 this time) includes two players from the San Antonio Spurs (Tim Duncan & Manu Ginobili), two from the Los Angeles Clippers (Pablo Prigioni and Paul Pierce) and two from the Minnesota Timberwolves (Kevin Garnett & Andre Miller). Chris Andersen, Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Terry and Vince Carter complete the list of the league’s most elderly men. More

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Highest Paid NBA Players Heading Into the 2015-2016 NBA Season

Posted on 14 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

On our annual list of NBA players with the highest salaries there two teams with two players: The Brooklyn Nets with Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson & Miami Heat with Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade. The rest of the spots are filled by Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard,LeBron James, Chris Paul and Derrick Rose. More

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Week 5 NFL Power Rankings

Posted on 13 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

The New England Patriots stay on top of our power rankings following week 5 of the 2015 NFL Season, while we finally have a clear and definitive bottom team, the worst in the league. Unsurprisingly, it’s the Detroit Lions. More

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2015 NFL Season – Same Six Undefeated Teams After Week 5

Posted on 12 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

No change in the status quo following week 5 of the 2015 NFL season, with the same six undefeated teams remaining with 0 losses: The New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers. More

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The Next MVP – LeBron James, Kevin Durant, James Harden, Stephen Curry or Anthony Davis

Posted on 11 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, NBA

One of five players is going to win the NBA MVP award in 2015-2016: Stephen Curry, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant, James Harden and LeBron James. Anyone else who thinks he … More

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2015 College Football Season – Rankings Need a New Number One

Posted on 11 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

Maybe Ohio State are still undefeated, but their ability in most of their recent wins suggest we might need a new number one team to top the rankings. TCU or Baylor, constantly putting up huge offensive numbers might be next in line, as Michigan State don’t look too impressive as well while Utah, rounding up the top 5, have done the most with the toughest schedule. Week 6 wasn’t about upsets except for Texas stunning former #10 Oklahoma, but more about narratives and storylines, especially the one Michigan have been developing. More

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2015 MLB Playoffs – The 8 Teams That Made it

Posted on 8 Oct, 2015, by in Featured, MLB

The 2015 MLB postseason can finally begin now that the Wild-Card games (not real playoff games) are over. Eight teams in the divisional series, with no clear favorites, except maybe the Los Angeles Dodgers. Also participating? The Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros, New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays and the Kansas City Royals. More