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MLB’S LEGAL PROCESS OF A-ROD SUSPENSION SMACKS OF ILLEGALITY

Posted  March 30, 2014  by  Diane M. Grassi

There are some rather egregious main issues post-arbitration for A-rod, that have yet to get much emphasis by those either in the mainstream press or in the legal sports media. And those issues have left many MLB fans still scratching their heads.

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2013 NFL Week 17 Picks and Podcast

Posted  December 28, 2013  by  Editor

Just as we’re hitting our stride, the season comes to a close. There was no podcast this week but here are this week’s picks. If you use iTunes, just click here and then click subscribe and iTunes will take care of the rest.

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College

Rip Off! Academic College Students Forced to Subsidize Big-Time Athletic Programs

Posted  December 21, 2013  by  Diane M. Grassi

By Diane M. Grassi The term “redistribution of wealth” has become a well-known and familiar phrase bandied about amongst political elite and used as a wedge issue to conveniently spin U.S. federal and state economic policy. And yet implementation of such policies stretches well beyond the Beltway or state houses. To wit, the National Collegiate [...]

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NFL General

2013 NFL Week 16 Picks but No Podcast

Posted  December 20, 2013  by  Vin

There’s no podcast this week but here are this week’s picks fresh off the presses. It’s so nice not to have to any more Thursday night games. If you use iTunes, just click here and then click subscribe and iTunes will take care of the rest.

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NFL General

2013 NFL Week 15 Picks and Podcast

Posted  December 14, 2013  by  Editor

After a week off, we are back for week 15. Although after a stellar performance in week 14 by not having a podcast, Vin is wondering whether to take the rest of the year off. You can download the podcast directly (running time 60 mins) or subscribe to the feed. If you use iTunes, just [...]

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Second Guessing the Preseason Picks
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General Sports

Second Guessing the Preseason Picks

Posted  June 23, 2007  by  JDWC

We are now more than a third of the way through the baseball season. The N.L. West is suddenly the best division in baseball, the last two world champions are struggling, and the Yankees are making their inevitable surge. Time to revise my preseason picks. Let’s see how they stack up. –My pre-season picks are [...]

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Victory for the NBA isn’t in the details
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NBA General

Victory for the NBA isn’t in the details

Posted  June 21, 2005  by  sgabekahn

Thankfully, it appears that Billy Hunter was good on his promise to make one final phone call to NBA Commissioner David Stern before the June 30th expiration of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. After marathon negotiations on Friday as well as over the weekend, the Players’ Association has come to an agreement with the NBA Owners [...]

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Breaking Down The NBA Draft
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NBA General

Breaking Down The NBA Draft

Posted  June 29, 2006  by  Trevor

by Trevor Freeman I don’t know what it is about the NBA Draft, but it always lends to great moments.  From Steve Francis crying in disgust after being drafted by Vancouver to Priest Lauderdale storming out of the crowd to shake David Stern’s hand after being picked, the Draft is always top-notch.  However this year’s [...]

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Bringing Home The Big One
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MLB General

Bringing Home The Big One

Posted  February 16, 2007  by  Trevor

by Trevor Freeman It is 10:05 P.M. and I’m drunk.  I’m real drunk.  I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t banking on grammar and spell check to step it up a notch right now.  I got home at 5:30 and all I’ve been doing is rifling Yuengling. The person who said drinking never cured [...]

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Hype in Huggieville
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College Basketball

Hype in Huggieville

Posted  March 11, 2007  by  jcave

Differing opinions. What else would you expect in March? Some believe that the Kansas State Wildcats have already punched their ticket to “The Dance”, while others (so-called experts) believe otherwise. Whether it is the NIT or the NCAA Tournament, K-State fans have a reason to smile. Finally. After the fall of the K-State basketball program [...]

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