1. World Series or Bust: Predicting the 2011 Boston Red Sox

    Spring is almost here. Okay, not really. A good portion of the country is currently covered in snow. But it is just around the corner...

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  2. NFL Divisional Round: Picking the Playoffs By The Prettiest Uniform

    Anyone wonder how a person who knows little about football and virtually nothing about the teams can make picks in a pool and win by picking the team colors they like best? Is it ...

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  3. Breaking Down The Best Sporting Events To Go To On A Date

    Sporting events have actually been a place to take a person on a date for years. But which sport lends itself better to being a good place to go on a date? We'll look at all the ...

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  4. NFL Week 10: Blackout For Big Blue, Big Ben, But Not the Bills

    Here's the big story of the week: The Bills have won their first game of the season. They beat the Lions 14-12. The Lions' ability this season to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory is astounding...

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  5. New England Patriots: Ga-Ga For Gronk, Crazy For Crumpler

    The New England Patriots new tight end, Rob Gronkowski, is my new favorite player. Called, almost appropriately, "Gronk," he is one of three Gronkowskis in the league this season...

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  6. NFL Predictions: 10 Bold Predictions for the 2010 Season

    Will the Jet's win the Super Bowl, as promised? Can the Texans make the playoffs for the first time ever? Will Albert Haynesworth stay in Washington?As the preseason winds down and ...

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  7. Big Bucks In The Works for Brady, Manning; CBA Issues Heat Up

    There's plenty of football news. If you can dig beyond the bluster of the Jets and the oh-so-controversial Tweeting of Chad Ochocinco, you'll find a few things that could effect the future of the league...

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  8. Pats Points: The Return of Wes Welker, Fred Taylor and the Running Game

    Patriots fans around the country held their breath for a few seconds on Thursday when the New England Patriots took on the Atlanta Falcons in their second of four oh-so-important preseason games...

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  9. Generation Gap: A Boston Fan's Psyche

    Since 2001 there has been a steady shift in the mentality of a Boston fan. Well, the young ones, anyway. It really took off in 2004 after the Red Sox won the World Series for the first time in 86 years...

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  10. In Defense of David Ortiz: Leave Papi Alone

    The baseball season is all of 12 days old and already we think a player is done for the year? What we have failed to realize is that the somewhat odd need some fans and members of the media have to jump on a topic and run with it...

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  11. Duet Or Ménage À Trois? An AL East Preview 2010

    Last year the Yankees (ugh) took home the ring. The year before, the Rays lost to the Phillies in the World Series. And three years ago, the Red Sox won. Needless to say, the AL East is looking to have a repeat appearance this year...

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  12. Duke of the Dash: James Madison's NFL Prospects at the 2010 Combine

    The NFL Combine has started again, and you have your usual participants: Florida, LSU, Texas, Virginia Tech, etc. Basically, the I-A (I'm sorry "Football Bowl Subdivision") schools and a few ...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about over 4 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  13. Ask an Athlete: 10 Questions Women Want Answered

    Running on the treadmill today I was inspired by thinking about one of the several pro athletes who work out at my gym. One of them is on the Minnesota Twins...

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  14. Sounding Off: The Greatest Calls Ever

    There have been many, many calls over the years. If you look at baseball's 2,430 games every year, you've got one, even two television broadcasts, and for conservative estimates, lets assume three radio broadcasts, every game...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about over 4 years ago 534 reads 1 comments

  15. Who's Better? The CAA or the ACC?

    Okay, that's a stupid question, right? Maybe, maybe not. Truth be told, this year the best teams of the CAA will probably be better than the bottom-dwellers of the ACC. UVA got embarrassed by William & Mary (turnovers...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about almost 5 years ago 253 reads 3 comments

  16. NFL Picks: Who Will Win This Season?

    Lets get right into this: my picks for the NFL season. Now that my baseball picks have been just a hair to the right of mediocre, I've decided to try my hand and NFL picks. We'll start with the NFC and go East to West...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about almost 5 years ago 77 reads 1 comments

  17. Why Mickey Matthews Is the Worst Coach in FCS Football

    Since a few people are extremely angry with me for expressing my opinion, let me preface this by saying this is a rant against a coach that I, personally, do not like, have never liked, and think that frankly, we can do better...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about almost 5 years ago 3,239 reads 8 comments

  18. NFL Top 10: The League's Most Attractive Quarterbacks

    With training camp well under way, we thought we'd take a break from legitimate analysis to bring you something completely frivolous and very girly...

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  19. Steroids or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Loathe The List

    David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez join Sosa, A-Rod, and Bonds as players named on the now infamous list. But let's be clear about this list (that's not even supposed to exist)...

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  20. How To Succeed At Belichick University

    The New England Patriots "system", run by Bill Belichick is not easy. It requires a player to be smart, selfless, dedicated, and hard working. Some players succeed and thrive in this environment, others drop out because they can't hack it...

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  21. The Boston Red Six? The Pitching Rotation in The Second Half

    On Friday, the Boston Red Sox take on the Toronto Blue Jays to kick off the second half of the season. On the hill for the Red Sox will be Clay Buchholz. Many will remember Buchholz from his no-hitter in September 2007...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about 5 years ago 638 reads 3 comments

  22. MLB: Looking Back at the Beasts of the East; Second-Half Predictions

    On March 16, 2009, I made the following predictions for the NL East: Mets Phillies Marlins Braves Nationals And I said they were the best division in the National League...

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  23. Living With Blinders On: Cheating, Points-Shaving and the Mob

    I was listening to the "Best of the Jim Rome Show" on the radio the other day and I caught his interview with Michael Franzese, a former member of the Colombo family...

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  24. Mismanaged: Joe Maddon and the All-Star Game

    Kevin Youkilis was a few thousand votes away from being the starter at first base for the American League. Jason Bay led the outfield in votes, Boston had the most players selected to the All—Star roster by the fans...

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  25. Monarch Of The Mound: Jon Lester Shuts Out Royals in a Pitcher's Duel

    Both the Red Sox and the Royals were prepared to have a tough night at the plate. What they got was a pitcher's duel that held both teams scoreless until the bottom of the eighth. This night was all about the men on the mound...

    Sara Hannon Written by Sara Hannon about 5 years ago 82 reads 0 comments