1. College Football Rankings: 5 Unranked Teams Who Could Make Top 10

    Every college football season, there is a team that comes out of nowhere to join the likes of the ranked teams. Last season, the Stanford Cardinal began the season out of the Top 25 before creeping into the Top 10 by Week 5...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 303 reads 8 comments

  2. Michigan Football: The Wolverines' 5 Biggest Games of 2011

    With a new coach at the helm, the Michigan Wolverines look to return to prominence in the Big Ten conference in the 2011 season...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 670 reads 1 comments

  3. Texas Longhorn Football: 5 Players Who Are Key to 2011 Season

    In 2010, the Texas Longhorns suffered their worst season under head coach Mack Brown, 5-7, ending a streak of nine straight 10 or more win seasons...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 1,744 reads 7 comments

  4. Tiger Woods: Will He Ever Win a Major Championship Again?

    It is the million dollar question in golf—Will Tiger Woods ever return to old form and win another major championship? The answer is, simply, yes...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 782 reads 5 comments

  5. New England Patriots Schedule: 5 Games You Don't Want to Miss

    The New England Patriots had a spectacular 2010 regular season with a 14-2 record but the disappointing 28-21 playoff loss to the New York Jets in the AFC divisional round left a bad taste in their mouths...

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  6. NFL Preseason: 7 Teams Whose Preseason Form Won't Carry Over

    Every year, there are teams who overachieve as well as underachieve in the NFL Preseason. With starters playing limited minutes, it is hard to gauge how good a team really is...

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  7. New England Patriots: 5 Things They Must Improve to Win the AFC East

    The New England Patriots may be the favorites to win the AFC East going into the season, but in order to be a lock, they must improve in certain areas...

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  8. UConn Basketball: Andre Drummond Commits to the Huskies

    The No. 2 rated prospect of the class of 2012 has decided to forgo a year at the prep school, Wilbraham & Monson, to enroll in the University of Connecticut for the 2011 season...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 604 reads 3 comments

  9. Raiders vs. Saints Preseason Preview: 4 Things to Watch

    The New Orleans Saints will do battle against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday night, as each team begins the second half of the NFL preseason...

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  10. Top 10 Family Affairs in Golf History

    Golf is game that brings families together. The golf course is a place where fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, and grandparents and grandchildren can bond...

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  11. 5 Biggest Disappointments at the Halfway Mark of NFL Preseason

    The NFL preseason is at the halfway point and we are just weeks away from one of the most anticipated NFL seasons in recent history. With the NFL lockout, preseason games came up fast on teams, and it has shown in many teams' performances...

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  12. 10 NFL Veterans Looking over Their Shoulder

    The NFL preseason is when coaches get a look at the new crop of talent that was brought to the team in the offseason. It is also when coaches evaluate veteran talent and end up parting ways with many of them...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 790 reads 7 comments

  13. New England Patriots: 5 Things We've Learned Through Two Preseason Games

    The New England Patriots have begun the 2011 NFL Preseason with two thumping victories over the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers ...

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  14. MLB Playoffs: Could the Tampa Bay Rays Play Spoiler Down the Stretch?

    For the past couple seasons, the Tampa Bay Rays have been the little engine that could of Major League Baseball. No matter what happened they always seemed to be in the mix of things come September...

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  15. Tim Tebow Problem: Good Enough to Start, Too Popular to Bench

    Tim Tebow is a devout Christian, an upstanding citizen and the last person you’d expect to be in the middle of a controversy. But a controversy he has caused. A quarterback controversy...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 1,309 reads 38 comments

  16. PGA Championship: What Tiger Woods' Meltdown Means for His Future

    Tiger Woods opened his 2011 PGA Championship at three-under-par through his first five holes. Glimpses of the old Tiger showed early on at the Atlanta Athletic Club...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 847 reads 5 comments

  17. New England Patriots: 5 Things We Learned from the Preseason Opener

    After just a few short weeks of preparation, the New England Patriots opened their preseason schedule last night against the Jacksonville Jaguars with a 47-12 victory...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 1,618 reads 4 comments

  18. Boston Red Sox: Biggest Obstacles to Winning a Title

    When the acquisitions of Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford were made this past offseason, the Boston Red Sox were anointed the favorites to win the 2011 World Series Championship...

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  19. Jacoby Ellsbury, Adrian Gonzlez, Dustin Pedroia: Who's Red Sox' MVP?

    The Boston Red Sox have the best offense in baseball and it's not close. They hold the top spot in runs scored, average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 490 reads 7 comments

  20. Boston Red Sox: Trading for Ubaldo Jimenez Would Be a Mistake

    The July 31 Major League Baseball trade deadline is looming, and it is clear that the Boston Red Sox biggest need is pitching. Rumors are swirling about a possible deal for Colorado Rockies ace, Ubaldo Jimenez...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 403 reads 2 comments

  21. Tiger Woods: Why He'll Break Nicklaus' Majors Record

    As the Open Championship is being played at Royal St. George's in England, Tiger Woods is nowhere to be found...

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  22. Andre Ethier to the Boston Red Sox Makes Sense for the AL East Contenders

    The way right field has been for the Boston Red Sox thus far, it would be irresponsible to not look for some help, so why not an All-Star, full-time replacement? Andre Ethier could possibly be that guy...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 1,410 reads 20 comments

  23. Boston Red Sox: 5 Keys to Second Half Success

    The Boston Red Sox were expected to run away with the American League East after signing Carl Crawford and trading for Adrian Gonzalez this past offseason but that hasn't happened...

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  24. 2011 MLB All-Star Voting: Fan Vote Ruins the All-Star Game

    Many people will disagree with this statement, but the simple fact is the fan vote ruins the All-Star Game. Every year, the fans vote in players who do not deserve the honor whatsoever...

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  25. Jose Reyes: Why the Boston Red Sox Should Trade for Him

    Nine different shortstops in eight seasons. That is the harsh reality of the Boston Red Sox since the beginning of Theo Epstein's tenure as general manager of the team...

    William Penfield Written by William Penfield about 3 years ago 1,967 reads 16 comments