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The Strasburg Pitch Count Begins

The Strasburg Pitch Count Begins

Washington Nationals, start their seasonal count Last season, the Washington Nationals counted every pitch that Stephen Strasburg threw, more than any other pitcher in Major League Baseball. This season will be no different. Their ace, and possibly best pitcher in the game, next to Justin Verlander, will be watched, pitch by pitch. The Nationals open […]

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy out at Match Play Championship

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy out at Match Play Championship

Bubba Watson the only Top-10 Seed Left   The Match Play Championship saw surprises in the first round, at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona.  Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Tiger Woods, were all eliminated.  As of today, Saturday, only one of top 10, remain in contention, Bubba Watson.  And, it wasn’t easy for him, as it took […]

UNLV Rebels Gearing up for Postseason Play

UNLV Rebels Gearing up for Postseason Play

The UNLV Rebels, are finishing out their regular season and gearing up for tournament play. Sitting at 20-6 overall and 7-5 in conference play, they have four regular season games left and the MWC tournament, to help their seeding for March Madness. The Rebels last four games are against Wyoming, Nevada, Boise State, and Fresno […]

NFL New Jersey Regional Combine to be Historic

NFL New Jersey Regional Combine to be Historic

NFL history will be made March 2-3. At the New Jersey Regional combine something will take place that never has since the regional combine inception in 2011. There will be a female competitor trying out. Regional combine were introduced in introduced in 2011. Now there are ten held from January to March. From these combines […]

Phillies Papelbon cries “No Leadership”

Phillies Papelbon cries “No Leadership”

Former Boston Red Sox and current Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon is crying no leadership on the Phillies last season. Papelbon said Friday, “Since I’ve been here, I haven’t seen any leadership.” He also added, “It was an all-around leadership void from A to Z. From being a vocal leader to being an off-the-field leader […]

NFL Proposes Offseason Changes

NFL Proposes Offseason Changes

The NFL offseason is not just for free agency and the draft. The NFL loves to make rule changes during the offseason and wants to change its offseason calendar. The proposal is to move the combine to early March and the start of free agency to early April, also the NFL wants to move the […]

NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

It has come and gone, that magical time of year when NBA teams make crazy deals for that final piece to the puzzle. As another trade season passes let’s go over the winners and losers. Winners Milwaukee Bucks: The Bucks landed shooting guard J.J. Redick. Redick is averaging career highs in points (15.1) and field […]

Big Ten to Expand Again?

Big Ten to Expand Again?

The BIG Ten is looking to become the first Super Conference in America for football. North Carolina and Virginia reportedly have received invitations to join the conference in all sports. The additions of Virginia and North Carolina would give the league 16 members. The Leaders and Legends divisions would expand to 8 teams apiece. Realignment […]

NCAA says Lack of Control in Miami, Does it Even Matter?

NCAA says Lack of Control in Miami, Does it Even Matter?

Tuesday the NCAA gave the University of Miami it’s notice of allegations. Miami has been accused of a lack of institutional control within their athletic department. “We deeply regret any violations, but we have suffered enough,” Miami President Donna Shalala said in her statement Tuesday night. “Many of the charges brought forth are based on […]

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