1. My FBS College Football Playoff Bracket

    I've noticed that many people lately have been writing an article, submitting their ideas for a playoff bracket. My goal in this Brackett is to hold no biased, and have all conference champions ...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about over 4 years ago 560 reads 1 comments

  2. My Top 10 NFL Draft Prospects: Quarterback

    In this slide show, I will be naming off my top 10 draft prospects this season at quarterback. This will be the first of a huge series naming off all of them at each position...

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  3. Why Maryland Will Be Competitive, But Not a Force In The ACC

    Maryland has a good basketball team this year. They're well coached, and have maybe the best player in the ACC in Greivis Vasquez. But why won't they be a force in the ACC? Maryland has no depth on the inside...

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  4. The Keys To Success For Nebraska To Destroy The BCS and Upset Texas

    Tonight, to my dismay, Texas A&M failed to pull off a major upset against third-ranked Texas. So, that leaves it to Nebraska. Can Nebraska use their great defense, and step up to win the Big-12 and dismantle the BCS system? My hope is yes...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about over 4 years ago 126 reads 3 comments

  5. Why a Texas Loss Could Mean a Nightmare For The BCS

    1. Florida, 2. Alabama, 3. Texas, 4. TCU, 5. Cincinnati. Those are the Top 5 in the BCS standings after week 12. Imagine that Florida and Alabama win out and are both undefeated heading into the SEC championship game...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about over 4 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  6. Tony Pike=Mr. Underrated

    This season, Cincinnati Quarterback Tony Pike has gone largely unnoticed. Of late, people have started to appreciate his abilities, but people need to understand, just how good he really is...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 132 reads 2 comments

  7. All Doubts I Had About Joe Cox Are Gone

    Prior to this, I wrote an article on how I wasn't impressed with Joe Cox at all. I said that he didn't have the arm that Aaron Murray has, and that Murray should start. I was wrong...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 47 reads 2 comments

  8. College Footballs Newest Era: The Spread Offense; The top Spread Quarterbacks of the Decade

    It's the offense for the big play, and Dynamic Players. Especially at quarterback. I will be counting down the best Spread Offense quarterbacks of this decade. If I missed anybody in your opinion, comment and tell me...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 613 reads 15 comments

  9. Joe Cox Vs. Aaron Murray; Who Should Start?

    Since Saturday, like a lot of Georgia Bulldog fans, I have found myself asking if Joe Cox is the man for the job in Athens. Now I'm not saying take him out and put Aaron Murray in...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 80 reads 3 comments

  10. Atlanta Braves Gotta Make It Happen!

    As of right now, the Atlanta Braves' playoff hopes are looking thinner and thinner each day. They currently stand at 70-64, and are 8.5 GB the Phillies in the NL East, and 4 GB the Rockies in the Wild Card...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 38 reads 0 comments

  11. The Five Secondbasemen In MLB: 27 Under

    This will be the third installment of my series where I count down the best players 27 or under at each position...

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  12. The Five Best Firstbasemen In MLB; 27 Or Under

    This is the second installment in my series where I count down the five best players 27 or under. First base is definitely the hardest position to find just five guys but I did it. Here it is...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 63 reads 3 comments

  13. Who Is The Most Unhittable Pitcher In MLB?

    This question was brought up in a recent article I wrote called "The Top 11 Pitching Arsenals in Baseball". Matte Foote wrote a comment posing the question who is the most unhittable pitcher between C...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 159 reads 12 comments

  14. The Five Best Catchers In MLB; Under 27

    This list is the start of a series where I will be counting down five best players under 27 in the MLB, at each position. Enjoy and your feedback is greatly appreciated...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 135 reads 5 comments

  15. Breaking News: With the Clock Ticking, Stephen Strasburg Accepts Record Deal

    At Exactly 11:59 p.m. ET, with about 20 seconds left before the deadline, Nationals GM Mike Rizzo offered uber-prospect Stephen Strasburg a record deal of 4 years, $15 million. Scott Boras and Strasburg accepted the deal at about 12:05 a...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 24 reads 0 comments

  16. The 11 Best Pitchers In The MLB: Ages 28-32

    This list is a continuation of my best pitchers 27 and under. The player must be healthy (sorry Jake Peavy and Brandon Webb) Hope you enjoy it...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 137 reads 13 comments

  17. The 11 Best Young Pitchers in the Majors Under 27

    In this list, I'll be counting down the 11 best young pitchers in baseball today. I did 11 because there were 11 guys I needed to give notice to. My Apologies to: Clay Buchholz, Jonathan Broxton, Joel Zumaya and J...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 1,334 reads 7 comments

  18. The Top 11 Pitching Arsenals in Baseball

    In this slide show I will be counting down the top ten pitching arsenals in Baseball. This list can include someone from college or the Pros. This based off how dominant each of their pitches are...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 826 reads 39 comments

  19. Looking Ahead To Next Year's MLB First Year Player Draft: Bryce Harper

    If your a subscriber to Sports Illustrated, then you should know who Bryce Harper Is. He is 16 years old and has hit a 570 foot home-run along with getting clocked at 96 mph. He goes to a High School in Las Vegas...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 93 reads 4 comments

  20. The Fantasy Baseball Dream Team

    In this slide-show I am creating a team in which they would be fantasy steals. Guys who were take in somewhat late rounds and have performed like a top 10 round pick. I really enjoyed writing this and I hope you enjoy reading it...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 352 reads 3 comments

  21. The Top 10 Nastiest Pitches in Baseball

    In this slideshow I will be counting down the nastiest pitches in Baseball. The list include just people in the MLB I have rated the pitche's contol on a scale from 1-10 based on the general command of it and how many strikeouts it delivers...

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  22. It's a Heartbreaker : Eithier Continues to Destroy The Braves

    Is it possible for one man to single-handedly destroy a team's playoff hopes? Andre Eithier is certainly making it seem that way. This season in four games against the Atlanta Braves, Andre Eithier, the Dodgers right fielder has hit over ...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 53 reads 2 comments

  23. Terrell Owens: The Untold Story

    Terrell Owens. Great Play-maker on the field as well as one of the game's biggest showboats. There is no denying his extraordinary talent and his ability to electrify a crowd...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  24. Who Else Is Dissapointed In The Braves' Trade Activity

    OK. This off-season, I was really expecting and hoping the Braves would make a move for a big bat in the middle of that order. I was disappointed when 4:00 came today and the Braves were still without that big bat in the middle of their order...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 66 reads 4 comments

  25. Do The Braves Really Need To Deal For a Power Hitter?

    As we all know, for the greater part of this season, The Braves have struggled to provide much of any offense for their tremendous pitching staff. They have turned that around in the month of July...

    Garret Traggorth Written by Garret Traggorth about almost 5 years ago 68 reads 0 comments