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Too Late to Fire Philbin

Too Late to Fire Philbin

  I’ve read quite a few articles about the status of the “coach” of the Miami Dolphins, Joe Philbin. Much of this well-meaning commentary exhorts us, the fans of the Dolphins, to be calm, not to rush to judgment. The ...

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Can the Dodgers Win the World Series?

Can the Dodgers Win the World Series?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have won their division for the third straight year. This is something the Dodgers, one of the great organizations in baseball’s history, had never done before. The problem for Dodgers fans is that their long-time rival, ...

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Why I Love Sports

Why I Love Sports

      First, let me introduce myself. Hey there, I’m Todd. How ya doing? Good, cool, yeah, me too. Weird day so far, huh? Michigan kills BYU, UT just can’t hold on against Florida. Yeah, well, at least there’s ...

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Why Donaldson Should Win MVP

Why Donaldson Should Win MVP

    Major League Baseball really wants you to love Mike Trout. They want you to have Trout as your favorite player. He is the new face of baseball. Every year he will be mentioned as being a favorite for ...

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Who’s to Blame Jay Gruden or Robert Griffin III

Who’s to Blame Jay Gruden or Robert Griffin III

    The Robert Griffin III drama is well known from being the No. 2 overall pick and Rookie of the Year in 2012 to third-string QB in 2015. The depths of Griffin’s fall are staggering, especially considering he landed ...

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The Windup- Brought the Farm

The Windup- Brought the Farm

    The one thing MLB has gotten right throughout its entire existence is its minor league system. Players can continue to develop at a certain pace versus their contemporaries. Obviously the cream rises to the top and eventually make ...

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U.S. Open in Review

U.S. Open in Review

There is no tennis major that goes without having some interesting story lines, and this year’s U.S. Open was no exception. The first thread is the obvious one. Serena Williams losing in the semi-finals to unseeded Roberta Vinci. Vinci robbed ...

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Braxton Miller- The Rebirth Of “Slash”

Braxton Miller- The Rebirth Of “Slash”

    In 1995, a once college quarterback was drafted as a backup QB but Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher couldn’t resist putting him on the field. Although he was listed as the third string quarterback, Cordell Stewart put fear ...

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