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Month: November 2015

Nov 30
2015

Lions Have Eagles for Thanksgiving: Is the Chip Kelly Experiment Over?

     by  Keith Allison    On Thanksgiving, with millions of people watching and enjoying their turkeys, the suddenly surprising Detroit Lions (4-7) embarrass the Philadelphia Eagles (4-7) 45-14. In just five days, the Eagles’ defense has allowed 90 points and nearly 1000 yards of offense to two sub .500 teams. The defense has also allowed […]

Nov 17
2015

Reliving the UFC Knock Out heard and felt around the World

Question of the Day: Do you think arrogance is the reason why Ronda Rousey loss the UFC Championship Title to Holly Holm? Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

Nov 17
2015

Peyton Manning Benched on His Own Day: Is Manning at the End of the Line Now?

     by  Jeffrey Beall  The Kansas City Chiefs (4-5) humiliate the Denver Broncos (7-2) 29-13 in Denver. What makes matters worse is that according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, starting QB Peyton Manning, who finished the day going 5-20 for 35 yards and four interceptions before being replaced by backup quarterback Brock Osweiler in the 3rd […]

Nov 10
2015

SAD NEWS: Braves Lose One of Their Own

   by Keith_Allison Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson died Monday night at the age of 29. He was surrounded by former teammates at the time of his passing. Hanson suffered “catastrophic organ failure”, according to WSB-TV in Atlanta, and had been hospitalized at Piedmont Hospital since early Sunday morning after claiming to have had […]

Nov 03
2015

Miami’s Pseudo ‘Lateral’ and the ACC’s Unilateral Decision to Rob Duke

Photo By The Atlantic Coast Conference (Sportslogos.net) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons   On Saturday, while the Mets were giving away the World Series, another not-so-important (football) game took place between the Duke Blue Devils and the Miami Hurricanes. Trailing 24-27 with just six seconds left, Miami made a desperate decision to lateral the ball […]

Nov 02
2015

Kansas City Royals are the 2015 World Series Champions

   by  Keith Allison    Congrats to to the Royals who defeated the New York Mets 7-2 in game 5 of the World Series. This is the first World Series Win for the Royals since 1985. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn