Fumblitis

You won’t find “Fumblitis” in any medical journal, but it is an unfortunate ailment. It occurs in the fall along with the onset of winter, as do colds and flu. It is also a very serious affliction, which will bring migraine headaches to offensive coaches and coordinators. Sometimes fumblitis can be fatal, like an offense. […]

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Colorado and Miami share 25th anniversary this year, but little else

The two teams are almost poles apart, even beyond the two thousand miles that separate them geographically. One team made the postseason last year and is expected to do so again in 2018, while the other in another lengthy rebuild hasn’t tasted the playoffs in fifteen years. Colorado is consistently in the top ten clubs […]

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Paying College Athletes: Why It Should Be Done And How To Do It

For quite some time, there has been a great debate about whether or not college athletes should be paid. Some people believe that a scholarship should be a sufficient payment. After all, a scholarship can easily be worth $ 15,000 to $ 25,000 or more per year, plus a career after college that can be […]

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Baseball fans in Toronto have had little to celebrate at Canada Day games

It shouldn’t have been a surprise that Toronto lost yesterday, despite the many things working in their favor. After all, the Blue Jays had won eleven of their last thirteen at home, there was a sold-out crowd at Rodgers Center, and they were playing a Detroit Tigers club that had just suffered a thirteen-game losing […]

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The Number One Online Search Engine Has Changed American Society Forever – Book Review

When we look at companies like Google, it reminds us of the incredible power of the Internet. Still, what do we learn from this to help our own individual businesses grow? Why is Google doing so well and how can we use this information to increase our profits? If you’ve ever had that question, I […]

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The regular season game before the All-Star break points to current issues ignored by MLB officials.

In a very clear way, the 2018 All-Star Game in Washington DC last week was representative of the current state of the sport of baseball. The ten home runs hit set an all-time record for the Midsummer Classic, nearly double the previous record of six. That long-ball production is indicative of the season, which is […]

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College Football – 9 AP Top 25 teams lose, 6 unranked teams, USC, Georgia and Florida all lose

The fifth week of college football revealed the 6 luckiest teams in the nation: Missouri, Texas Tech, Brigham Young (BYU), Kansas, Boise State and Vanderbilt. It was the 6 teams from the AP Top 25 Poll that had a bye week, saving them from possible defeat. The other 19 Top 25 teams did not fare […]

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