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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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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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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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Super Bowl XLV Picks and Prop Bets
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Super Bowl XLV Picks and Prop Bets

Posted  February 3, 2011  by  Editor

By now you’ve read and listened to almost everyone pick the Super Bowl. Since no one but RJ has any interest in this year’s Super Bowl, we’ve decided to spend the majority of this year’s Super Bowl Podcast on what really matters: the prop bets. From Christina Aguillera drawing out every note in the National [...]

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Major League Baseball Needs a Salary Cap
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Major League Baseball Needs a Salary Cap

Posted  November 27, 2005  by  Stephen A

Steroids is just one factor that threatens the integrity of baseball. Sports is supposed to be a game of fair play. One major issue that needs to be addressed is a salary cap in Major League Baseball. This article gives hard-nosed facts to prove my point about the need for a salary cap.

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Where New England Stands Without Deion Branch
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Where New England Stands Without Deion Branch

Posted  August 27, 2006  by  djcfla1

By David J. Cohen The Patriots have given disgruntled WR Deion Branch permission to seek a trade with another team. This comes after weeks of failed contract negotiations between the Pats and Branch. This includes two denied offers from the Patriots: the first, a 3-year deal worth $18.75 million with $8 million guaranteed; the second, [...]

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2012 NFL Week 15 Picks and Podcast

Posted  December 14, 2012  by  Editor

We celebrate the end of Thursday Night Football, give you some homegrown knowledge of San Francisco that’s completely not football related, and try to dig out of the hole from last week. The featured games this week are Packers at Bears, Steelers at Cowboys, and Niners at Patriots. And don’t miss a completely uninformed discussion [...]

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On Blown Out Knees
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On Blown Out Knees

Posted  March 28, 2005  by  GBrault

I’ve always considered the home run the most American part of baseball.  With one swing of the bat, the hitter gets it all, and quickly too.  He gets all four bases, all the adulation of the fans, all the credit for the one (or more) runs driven across the plate, and possibly, all the credit [...]

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