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No Panic In Miami

No Panic In Miami

You know what I think is great about spectator sports? I don’t have to suffer the physical pain of the torn Achilles tendon that ruined the Dolphin’s chances at salvaging their season; just the emotional anguish. Going into last Thursday’s ...

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World Series Preview

World Series Preview

The 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals of the American League and the New York Mets of the National League feature two teams with contrasting philosophies of play. Which philosophy works best will determine who wins the championship ...

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What’s Wrong with the Seahawks?

What’s Wrong with the Seahawks?

The Seattle Seahawks lost to the Carolina Panthers at home on Sunday 27-23. For the second straight game the Seahawks gave up a more-than-a-touchdown lead in the fourth quarter. Also, for the second straight game it was a tight end ...

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Hear That Rumble? It’s Thunder Dan.

Hear That Rumble? It’s Thunder Dan.

No, that wasn’t Joe Philbin once again explaining how he would get things right after yet another dismal loss by the Miami Dolphins. It was Thunder Dan Campbell. As stated previously in this space, it wasn’t too soon to fire Good ...

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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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U.S. Open Preview and Predictions

U.S. Open Preview and Predictions

  We are a week away from the last major of the year, the U.S. Open, which opens on Monday, August 31st in New York City. This tournament is different from other majors for many reasons: more talkative people in ...

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Serena and Race

Serena and Race

I grew up in the South. I was raised in Tennessee, but have since lived in many other places all over the United States. I do feel fortunate in the fact that the city in which I spent my formative ...

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