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Screw Tom Brady and His Deflated Balls!

As any regular reader here might know, I'm a 49ers fan. Scratch that. I'm a HUGE 9ers fan. Last season, in a game full of bad calls, the Seattle Seahawks eked out a win against us in the NFC Championship game and went on to dismantal the Denver Broncos in

Will Johnny Football Live Up to the Hype?

There’s been a lot of press over Johnny Manziel AKA “Johnny Football” and his arrival into the NFL. Looking at his college career it’s not hard to see why there’s been so much anticipation. Some of his records include: First freshman to win the Heisman Trophy First freshman to win the Davey O'Brien

NBA Free Agency Wrap Up

NBA’s free agency turned into a circus-like atmosphere last week. Trying to keep up with player transactions was frustrating and became difficult with all the what if’s, maybes, and unverified rumors. However, now that the hoopla has died down and the dust has settled, let’s take a look at some

LeBron James Presents: The Decision Part 2

When LeBron James opted out of his contract to explore free agency, most people felt it symbolized the end of his era with the Miami Heat.  The assumptions were reasonable and made perfect sense when you took into consideration that Dwayne Wade was not the same player he once was and Chris

The South Korean Poison Pill

The World Cup, an event that is truly international. A competition that takes years of planning and preparation, and is trying, to say the least, for all participating countries. It's a chance for nations to show their unity and strength through sport. However, this time, it left a black mark on the

World Cup 2014: The US is Knocking

With the quadrennial arrival of the World Cup, plenty of electronic ink has been spilled this month about soccer’s place in America. While this topic is worth debating, it’s not what I’d like to get into today. I don’t care about the history of the game here, how it’s grown,

Why Women Should Love Football Season

Even if you, as a woman, have zero interest in football, I’m sure it has not escaped your attention that something in the air has changed: Men are wearing, for better or worse, more colorful clothing (Denver orange, Jaguar blue, Pittsburgh yellow). Bars are louder and busier than normal on

Half Scandal, Half Shot in the Arm: Who Cares About Steroids Anymore?

I was born in June of 1988.  That summer, as I was engaged in various infantile pursuits, Jose Canseco was engaged in what would turn out to be a 42 homerun season.  Canseco and teammate Mark McGwire, who was coming off a 49 homer year in 1987, led the Oakland