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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

Arizona vs Oregon

College Football – Conference Championship Games Schedule

Posted on 3 Dec, 2014, by in Football

Championship week has arrived upon the 2014 College Football season. The Pac-12 (Arizona vs Oregon), SEC (Alabama vs Missouri), ACC (Florida State vs Georgia Tech) and the Big Ten (Wisconsin vs Ohio State) will have their regular season finale to determine the conference champions, and probably who gets into the playoff. More

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College Football Realignment – ACC Not Changing Anything

Posted on 13 May, 2014, by in Football

The moves and realignment in College Football over the last few years have made conferences change their schedule and though process. The ACC, like it’s “bigger sister”, the SEC, has decided to keep their conference schedule an 8-game one while slowly moving towards a tougher nonconference schedule, although it already doesn’t make much of a difference considering some of the annual rivalries most of their schools have. More

Malcolm Smith

Seattle Seahawks – Too Good to Play at Home on Prime Time

Posted on 24 Apr, 2014, by in Football

The NFL schedule being released is always big news, and one of the more interested tidbits to take from the big reveal is that the Super Bowl champions Seattle Seahakws won’t appear too much on Prime Time games, especially when they’re hosting the affair due to their dominance at CenturyLink Field in recent years. More

World Cup draw

2014 World Cup Match Schedule

Posted on 6 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

The group stage draw for the 2014 World Cup did create one group of death (Group D with Uruguay, Italy and England together) and put together quite a few interesting teams together, with matches that do deserve to get the kind of attention the knockout stage matches usually get, even giving us a repeat of the previous’ World Cup final with Spain and the Netherlands coming together. More

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2013 NFL Season – Week 3 Predictions

Posted on 22 Sep, 2013, by in Football

In week 3 of the 2013 NFL season, the visit of the Indianapolis Colts to the San Francisco 49ers stands at the center of attention, although the Green Bay Packers trying to get a winning streak at the Cincinnati Bengals or the Pittsburgh Steelers trying to prove this season isn’t lost while hosting the Chicago Bears should be very interesting as well. More

March Madness

March Madness Coffee Break Planner

Posted on 21 Mar, 2013, by in Basketball

As we speak, the NCAA tournament is on its way, with 8 games already completed. By the time you read this, the lineup of Thursday games will probably be over, with at least one number 1 seed, Gonzaga, showing everyone how tough it’s going to be, barely beating Southern. More important than the actual score, is planning how to work watching the games on Friday into your schedule. More

Andrew Luck Colts

2012 NFL Season – Playoffs Picture

Posted on 31 Dec, 2012, by in Football

The playoffs are here, as the AFC finished its positional battles which left the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, while the Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings got in on the final day of the regular season. More

Rafa Benitez

Premier League – Christmas & New Year’s Matches

Posted on 21 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

Among the Holiday shopping and cheers, the most wonderful thing about Christmas and New Year’s is the English Premier League carrying on like nothing’s going on, with 39 matches in 11 days, as Manchester United try to keep Manchester City and Chelsea off their back. Biggest matches of the upcoming two weeks? Chelsea visiting Everton in Goodison Park on December 30. More

England vs Egypt

International Friendlies – Who Needs Them

Posted on 14 Nov, 2012, by in Featured

Roy Hodgson and other coaches can talk all they want about opportunities to test new players and new formations, but the whole international friendly scene is feeling more and more useless; a foundation for FA’s to make a few extra dollars/euros/pounds while disrupting the flow of club football which people actually care about and putting players at risk of injury. More