Before I give my opinion of coach John Beilein stepping away as Head Coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers it is probably important to mention that I am a die-hard Michigan Wolverines fan. I watched as Tommy Amaker fought against NCAA sanctions and was so damn close to getting Michigan back to the dance only to … Continue reading John making a “Beilein” out of Cleveland
We want more out of the college football playoff. Expansion is the way !
Some 15 years ago, Aaron Boone cemented his name among the greats that played in the greatest rivalry in professional sports. Boone was a place holder at third base during the 2003 season and was benched during most of the ALCS that year. His moment came however, and he delivered with an 11th inning walk-off … Continue reading Aaron “F@#king” Boone
Well, this past weekend was a very eventful one. In college football, we saw a winless Old Dominion team defeat Virginia Tech after opening with 3 straight losses to Liberty, FIU, and Charlotte. Army took Oklahoma to OT, Michigan woke up and held Nebraska to 17 total yards in the first half, and Alabama reminded … Continue reading “What the hell is goin on out there!”
Jason Miller/Getty Images, Today the New England Patriots made the bold move of acquiring Josh Gordon from the Cleveland Browns. The troubled Gordon enters a much more stable organization where he could flourish into the superstar we all thought he'd be way back in 2013 when he had over 1600 receiving yards in only 14 … Continue reading “Flash” Gordon to the rescue
Anyone who is a fan of the NFL, fantasy football, and football in general is familiar with the greatness of Aaron Rodgers. For over a decade now we've been witness to quarterbacking like none other. His ridiculous off balance throws and crazy hail mary's have left us in awe and always on the edge of … Continue reading AARON F#@cking RODGERS
The news of Nike and Colin Kaepernick joining forces for Nike's 30th anniversary brings up mixed emotions. I personally still, and will always believe that the Anthem and flag are sacred and should be immune to being used as a platform for protesting. When Kap kneeled during a game, in my hometown of San Diego, … Continue reading JUST KAP IT
The 2017 season began with uncertainty surrounding Ezekiel Elliot's possible suspension and lofty expectations for the previous years surprise fantasy darling. This however, did not stop the Boys and Dak from picking up right where they left off the previous season. A ho-hum first game vs the Giants where Dak completed 61% of his passes, … Continue reading Dak to the Future!
https://twitter.com/Panthers/status/1029179592656003073 Cam Newton was being praised last week for his ability to confront Benjamin face-to-face rather than on social media. Now just like a chameleon, he has changed colors and came out to make a video supposedly talking about a wall when all of us on the outside looking in see this as his way … Continue reading (CAM)ELEON
If you turn on any sports station at the moment almost all the content is either about Urban and OSU, the NFL, Lebron, and or any number of sports related content while Major League Baseball has entered the dog days of summer and except for deadline coverage has been put on the back burner. However, … Continue reading Season for the ages!