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Bowl Season

The 2013-2014 College Football Bowl Season

Posted on 9 Dec, 2013, by in Featured

With the final BCS standings coming out, we have ourselves a BCS national championship game between Florida State and Auburn. The rest of the BCS games? Ohio State and Clemson … More

Stephen Curry

NBA Franchises All Time Three Point Leaders

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in Featured

It didn’t take Stephen Curry very long to reach 701 career 3-pointers, making him the franchise leader (Golden State Warriors), becoming the second family member to be the all-time leader for a franchise in three point field goals along with his father Dell. More

Alabama Players

College Football Preseason Rankings Mean Nothing – 2013 Edition

Posted on 4 Dec, 2013, by in Featured, Football

Every season there’s another example of how preseason polls are quite terrible at predicting who are actually the best teams in college football. Florida State, undefeated and number one heading into the conference championship game, were outside the top 10. Florida, who finish the season at 4-8 were the number 10 team in the nation when the polls came out. More

BCS Title Game

Possible Scenarios For the National Championship Game

Posted on 3 Dec, 2013, by in Featured, Football

Heading into championship week which will determine what the BCS national title game will look like, it seems we’re down to five choices to fill two spots: Florida State as the clear favorite, Ohio State who’ll probably get in if all goes well, Auburn or Missouri representing the SEC and even Alabama, waiting for a turn of events that suits them just fine. More

Tony Romo

Best Thanksgiving Day Games by NFL Players

Posted on 28 Nov, 2013, by in Featured, Football

Unlike in the NBA and Christmas, Thanksgiving isn’t about putting on the best games. It’s about tradition – the Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions hosting, with another game usually scheduled as well, and from time to time a very memorable performance is put on by the likes of Randy Moss, Peyton Manning or O.J. Simpson. More

Alabama vs Auburn

Best Games to Look Forward to in Rivalry Week

Posted on 27 Nov, 2013, by in Featured, Football

Not all College Football rivalries are equal. Not in historical context and importance, and not in the quality of product they put on the field, with the latter varying yearly. Ohio State and Michigan might usually be voted as the number one rivalry in all of sports, but this year, there doesn’t seem to be a single game more important than the Iron Bowl, with Auburn and Alabama playing for state pride, division, conference and national titles. More

John Stockton

Most NBA Seasons For One-Team Players

Posted on 26 Nov, 2013, by in Basketball, Featured

Signing a two-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant has a chance to make it 20 seasons with one NBA team, which will be an NBA record for a player on just one team. There are Tim Duncan and Dirk Nowitzki, both playing over 15 years on the same team as well, the only three among active players, but Bryant has a slight lead over them. More

Kevin Mirallas, Luis Suarez

Soccer Needs Video Technology – Kevin Mirallas and Wayne Rooney as Proof

Posted on 25 Nov, 2013, by in Featured, Soccer

Referees are human beings, and even five of them on one football pitch can’t see anything. Of course, some of them are actually terrible at their job, but get to keep it through the wrongdoings of FA’s and FIFA. Kevin Mirallas nearly ripping Luis Suarez to pieces and Wayne Rooney kicking violently at Jordon Mutch serve as another example of how the sport needs intervention involving video, replays and cameras. More

Brasil 2014

All 32 Teams in the 2014 World Cup

Posted on 22 Nov, 2013, by in Featured, Soccer

The list of qualified nations to the 2014 World Cup is set after the playoffs, completing the list of 32 nations going to Brazil, so it’s only fair to learn a little bit about each team going into the tournament, with the hosts, Argentina, Germany and Spain looking like the four main favorites to win it all. More

North Korea

Worst Teams in World Cup History

Posted on 19 Nov, 2013, by in Featured, Soccer

Almost every World Cup has a team, usually the champions, which remain carved into our memories forever. However, the same can be said about the worst teams to appear in these tournaments, who don’t only lose all three group matches, but look extremely terrible doing so as well. More