Baseball’s Postseason Concluded As Magically As It Began

by Mario Mergola
Madison Bumgarner

By the time the Major League Baseball season had eliminated all but two teams, each one carried its own distinct storyline into late October.

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Peyton Manning

NFL Week 9 Picks

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola previews every game of the week and offers his NFL Week 9 picks for each.

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Game Seven is the Only Way to Close the 2014 Baseball Season

by Mario Mergola

More than 2,000 games since the Dodgers and D’Backs opened the year in Australia, the Royals and Giants will close out the 2014 baseball season in epic fashion.

Jake Peavy

Jake Peavy Gets Caught Up in the Moment, Out of Position

by Mario Mergola

Jake Peavy’s mental errors on defense blew Game 6 wide open, costing the Giants the opportunity to seal their third World Series win in five years.

Mark Barron

2014 NFL Trade Deadline Recap

by Mario Mergola

The hours leading up to the 2014 NFL Trade Deadline were filled with rumors – but not many moves.

Drew Brees

The NFC South Has Disintegrated, But One Team Must Survive

by Mario Mergola

Thursday night’s matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers could very well decide who wins the underwhelming NFC South.

Jay Cutler

Fantasy Football Warped Our View Of The Chicago Bears

by Sam Spiegelman

The stacked Chicago Bears offense, featuring fantasy football stars like Marshall, Jeffery, and Forte, overshadowed their biggest problem: Jay Cutler.


North Carolina Scandal Another Black-Eye For NCAA, College Athletics

by Glenn Minnis

In the end, almost everyone the NCAA touches, in one way or another, is left feeling like a victim.

Jake Locker

Starting Zach Mettenberger Means Jake Locker Is Another First-Round Bust

by Sam Spiegelman

With rookie Zach Mettenberger getting the start this week, Jake Locker joins a draft class of QB busts that includes Blaine Gabbert and Christian Ponder.

Philip Rivers

NFL Week 8 Picks

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola previews every NFL Week 8 matchup and breaks down his picks for each game.

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Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan Wants To Be The Blueprint For African-American NBA Ownership

by Glenn Minnis

Michael Jordan is the greatest NBA player of all time, but his most significant accomplishment may just come as an NBA owner.

Kobe Bryant

Defending Kobe Bryant’s Honor

by Glenn Minnis

While there is no shortage of Kobe Bryant haters, the Lakers legend deserves all the respect in the world for what he’s done on the court.



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Sued For Discrimination, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon Has A LONG History of Being the Absolute Worst

by Igor Derysh

While the accusations against Mets COO Jeff Wilpon are enraging, the worst charge is that he tried to blame anyone else for his 12-year reign of ineptitude.

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Adrian Peterson and America’s Macho Dad B.S.

by Igor Derysh

Adrian Peterson grew up in an era of ‘macho dads’ hitting their kids, drinking, smoking, and only referring to other races with slurs. Now we know better.



Emeka Okafor

NBA Interest Running High For Veteran Emeka Okafor

by Bogar Alonso

Despite Emeka Okafor’s neck injury and age, reports suggest that half of the teams in the NBA have a significant interest in the big man.


Anthony Davis Is About To Set The League Ablaze

by Bogar Alonso

Superstardom, untold MVP nods, the pantheon of the gods, and much more await 21-year-old Anthony Davis.



Marc-Andre Fleury

The Penguins Would Be Foolish To Re-Sign Marc-Andre Fleury Before The Playoffs

by Sean Hartnett

The Pittsburgh Penguins should make sure shaky goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury proves his playoff mettle before handing him a long-term extension.



Cole Hamels

Trading For Cole Hamels Not The Right Move For Red Sox

by Tony Consiglio

According to recent reports the Phillies may be eyeing Red Sox youngsters in exchange for the Philadelphia ace.




John Daly

John Daly Still Struggling To Overcome Ghosts Of John Daly

by Glenn Minnis

Over his 16-year run, John Daly has openly battled alcohol and substance abuse addictions, but clearly those were not his only demons.

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When The Bird Was The Word

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus reminds us that Mark Fidrych only needed one season to leave his singular mark on the game.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods: Not Gone, But Nearing Forgotten

by Wade Evanson

The golf greatness we knew as Tiger Woods is long gone, replaced by a mere mortal named Eldrick.


What’s in a Name, or A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus on Pete Rose, and that which lies within a name.


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