Rules 6-10 are a little more of a preference. To see rules 1-5 click here. But 10 is a must, it should be number 1 but it fits at the end. Like Boomer would say, Read ’em and weep.
The MLB’s reputation has been questionable at best due to some PED investigations that some say ruined the way people view baseball and it’s athletes. When someone has a standout year the first thing that pops into a fans head is steroids.
PED abuse isn’t the only problem fans have with the game. The game is to damn slow! Who has time to go watch a slow paced game for more than 3 hours…. no one, and the numbers don’t lie.
Keith Olbermann takes on the outgoing commissioner Bud Selig on not doing anything about the problem he complained about for years, all for a little money. Enforcing some rules could change a whole lot. Take a look…
Hummm, interesting. Maybe a new commissioner could be the best thing for Major League Baseball.
When the Los Angeles Angel’s ace Garrett Richards went to cover first base after Albert Pujols fielded a ground ball and tried to turn a double play in the 2nd inning of a 8-3 win over the Boston Red Sox’s Wednesday night, Richards feet got caught underneath him and went down awkwardly and had to be carted off the field. Continue reading
Written by Brent Larsen from XL Sports Blog"
Fall camp is just around the corner in the college football world, and teams across the country will try to identify new starters throughout the month of August in preparation for their season openers. Some camp battles are more important than others, as they could play a huge factor in the race for College Football Playoff tickets.
Undoubtedly, the biggest opening that needs to be filled this summer is Alabama quarterback, as the Crimson Tide are a perennial threat to grab College Football Playoff tickets. Most assume the job has already gone to Florida State transfer Jacob Coker, who only arrived on campus this summer. However, despite the expectation that Coker will be immediately ready to step into McCarron’s shoes, Saban and offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will give senior Blake Sims a fair chance to upset the newcomer.
Across the state of Alabama, Auburn must find a replacement for promising DE Carl Lawson, who will miss most of the fall, if not the entire season, after injuring his knee during spring practice. Sophomore Elijah Daniel and junior college transfer DaVonte Lambert look like good pass rushing options, but the team could also use DTs Gabe Wright and Montravius Adams on the edge as well.
In Big Ten country, the Ohio State Buckeyes have to go about replacing All-American running back Carlos Hyde. With Braxton Miller’s health at a premium in 2014 as the Buckeyes hope to snag College Football Playoff tickets, it will be imperative for Urban Meyer and staff to identify at least one workhorse back to take the rushing load off their star quarterback. Ezekiel Elliott has the requisite size to handle a larger workload, and should be first in line to replace Hyde. Slotback Dontre Wilson is more of a multipurpose threat than true tailback, but should see his carries total climb as well.
The Oregon Ducks have many of the ingredients to contend for College Football Playoff tickets, but wide receiver could be the lone sore spot on the roster. Explosive junior Bralon Addison was lost for the year during spring ball, leaving the Ducks very inexperienced out wide. One player to keep an eye on is redshirt freshman Devon Allen, who just won the NCAA 110 meter hurdle title, as he clearly has speed to burn.
Recent talks of getting the NFL in Los Angeles has me beginning to wonder if it really matters that the NFL is in LA. The NFL has a product that is not matched by any other professional sport. There are small market teams and large market teams and not only do small market teams contend with large market teams but they consistently win divisions and conferences over large market teams.
Plans to build the infrastructure in Los Angeles have been floating around for a while now and more recently a new stadium plan has been released in the midst of the recent push for LA. Building a stadium will either drawing a current team to Los Angeles or attract someone to start from scratch.
The NFL has been considering the options of either moving a team such as the local and former LA team, the Raiders, or the team that will be going for sale soon, the Bills. The other option that they could possibly look at is to expand the NFL and create a new team in Los Angeles. If they were to add a team into the NFL they would have to expand elsewhere. London?
Well Tiger Woods had a good round and finished -3, 3 off the lead at the moment. That doesn’t mean that he didn’t have some rough spots, and no I’m not talking about the two bogies on the first two holes.
— theScore (@theScore) July 17, 2014
Watch this dude wear a Tiger drive in the face! https://t.co/CJQpayYxjs
— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) July 17, 2014
The worlds best golfers gather this week at Royal Liverpool for the sports oldest tournament and the biggest story is that Tiger will be competing in his first major since his back surgery 4 months ago. Tiger claims to be in good shape and ready to take on the field.
Tiger Woods has been stuck at 14 and that may change this weekend, 14 majors that is. In his quest to chase Jack Nicklaus’s 18 major championships, Woods has never fallen behind in milestones to reach the goal in 14 years and if he fails to lift the Claret jug on Sunday, he will. That means that in Nicklaus’s 35 year he won The Open Championship as his 15th major win and Tiger (also in his 35th year) must win this weekend to stay on track.
The last time The Open Championship was at Royal Liverpool was in 2006. Tiger Woods avoided nearly every deep walled fairway bunker and made very key puts to win his 11th major at the time, just two months after his father, Earl, passed away.
With the fantasy football season around the corner, your fantasy commissioner should be looking to make their league better. For the next few week, I will be posting 20 tips to make your Fantasy Football League Better. Continue reading
As the Captain gets ready for his final All-Star Game, Nike Jordan’s release an awesome commercial. Jeter is the most influential player in the last 25 years. In the steroid-scandle era, Jeter is one of the only players that has preformed at a high level and not been apart of controversy (unlike his own teammate). So to show respect, Nike Jordan’s released this commercial.
Conspiracy theories are always fun and every situation can produce a few so here is mine. For the record, I am not saying that this is true!
During the last few days my friends have been discussing the impossible situations that could have been happening. Here is my favorite. Back at the 2003 NBA Draft, Lebron, the Heat and the Cavs talked it out. Miami told the Cavs to take the hometown hero and build him up. When Lebron became a free agent he would leave for Miami to win multiple championships but playing with Wade and a player of his choice. Dan Gilbert played it off like it was a stab in the back, make the fans hate him, make it seem less planed, burn some jerseys so when he comes back fans are forced to buy new ones. When the four year contract expires he would make the very emotional commitment to return to his hometown and bring hope and rings to the city.
Well that’s my theory, what’s yours? comment below with what you think could have happened.