1. MLB's Legion of Doom: Cooperstown Should Accept Clemens, Bonds and Sosa

    I am huge fan of the Legion of Doom . The guys that never stopped, with the sordid ideals to steal, ravage and destroy in the name of power...

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  2. Panic Button: The Philadelphia Eagles Itching for Change

    The Philadelphia Eagles are 3-3 and it is time to push the panic button. This team is flying nowhere fast and though the NFC East is winnable, the chances that this team will hold together long enough to not implode, let alone win, is doubtful...

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  3. Penn State Uniform: Color Me in Something Other Than in Penn State Tradition

    I was young and impressionable in a time with flashy, bright uniforms. For many birthdays, I received hats displaying my favorite teams in a variety of colors and logos...

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  4. Penn State Changing the Past: NCAA's Solution Continues School's Problems

    Now that Penn State has received its NCAA punishment for harboring and abetting a convicted child molester in order to save precious millions generated off its football program, the ...

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  5. Philadelphia Phillies' Best Chance of Winning: Keeping It Together

    If a team ever needed a break from a sport, the Philadelphia Phillies are right up there in first position...

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  6. NCAA's New College Football Playoff: More of the Same Frustration

    The NCAA moves with the speed of Georgia red mud after a thunderstorm. This is a huge improvement since it measures progression against the quickness of the last ice age...

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  7. U.S. Soccer Says No to High School Athletes: Losing the Play in Sports

    Watch out Brazil, Italy, Spain and Germany. U.S. Soccer is putting the world on notice. They are getting serious about their soccer. In fact, they are demanding their best youth prospects to stop playing for their high school teams...

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  8. What Baseball Teaches: Pat "The Bat" Burrell Comes Home to Stay

    Pat Burrell will officially retire as a Philadelphia Phillie. The Phillies made it official last week and I am ambivalent about it, just as I was to Pat the Bat during his long tenure with the team...

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  9. 3 Philly Sports Greats' Outcomes: Jail, Homeless, Hanging from the Rafters

    We have heard many stories about professional athletes who have done everything but succeed in life. As much as we cheered and rooted for them during their playing days, there is almost a sense of karma when they fail...

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  10. The New Major League Baseball Playoff System: Losing the Meaning of the Season

    Major League Baseball needs to shake things up. With record attendance and sales, the best thing to do is to try to change a system that is finally working...

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  11. George Sacko: The Liberian Soccer's Wizard Lasting Legacy

    In this time of ubiquitous sports, from the Rose Bowl to the Winter Classic, an excellently written story appeared last week about a Liberian Soccer star dying homeless in Newark, New Jersey...

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  12. Occupy Wachovia Center: The No New Look Philadephia 76ers -- I'll Pass

    I believe in conspiracies. I believe in ironies. I believe in coincidences. I just do not know the difference between them...

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  13. Penn State Football's Sex Scandal: Happy Valley No More

    How could this happen? I was planning to write on the glories of Penn State Football and how one win against Nebraska at home next Saturday would put them in the first-ever Big Ten Championship game...

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  14. Philadelphia Eagles Football: Where Philly Still Exists

    If I ever go to war, I want to go with Philadelphia Eagles fans. In the past twenty years, Philadelphia has grown into their dream of being a world-class city...

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  15. The Phillies Demise: On an Almost Perfect Autumn Night for Baseball

    I waited all season for last night’s game. It was a game that was almost perfect. I know Phillies fans are disappointed, but baseball is a game of slightness...

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  16. Philadelphia Eagles Are Akers Away from a Super Bowl

    I wrote this article back in August at the lunchbreakblog.com, but after today's devastating loss against the San Fransisco 49ers , it seems I was a seer...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by James Dugan about 3 years ago 183 reads 2 comments

  17. Jimmy Rollins' Moral Dilemma: Win the World Series or Stay in Philadelphia

    As the rain falls in New York, there is time to think about the team that will actually win the World Series: the Philadelphia Phillies . With 7-to-4 odds to win the ring, the champagne is already popping on Broad Street...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by James Dugan about 3 years ago 596 reads 2 comments