Category Archives: NCAA

Jonathan Stewart Just Won NFL Training Camp With His Oregon Ducks Themed Audi

As an Oregon Ducks fan (This is on you, Boston College) Jonathan Stewart’s newest car legit has me sweaty and short of breath. And not in the fat guy climbing stairs kind of way. That car is so money. And … Continue reading

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Common Case of Mistaken Identity with Hugh Freeze

So I saw the news of Ole Miss football head coach Hugh Freeze resigning yesterday and while I thought it was odd, college football coaches are always getting into shit due to violations with the NCAA. I thought nothing of … Continue reading

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Todd Marinovich is Back in Football!

USA Today – It’s hard not to root for a successful Todd Marinovich turnaround. The former USC and Los Angeles Raiders quarterback prodigy, whose football career and life has famously been derailed by substance abuse on multiple occasions, was in … Continue reading

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3-on-3 Basketball is Now an Olympic Event

Business Insider – On Friday the IOC announced a number of new events that will be included in the upcoming 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Most notable among these new additions for basketball fans is the inclusion of 3-on-3 basketball for … Continue reading

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Sports Arenas Just Don’t Last as Long as They Used To

Big news out of Detroit this past weekend where the Red Wings closed Joe Louis Arena on Sunday and the Pistons closed The Palace of Auburn Hills on Monday. The Red Wings began playing at Joe Louis Arena in 1979 … Continue reading

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Friday Morning Randomness

NCAA Tournament time seems like the perfect time to revisit this gem. Bobby Knight sounding a lot like me on Sunday night as my bracket crumbled like the Atlanta Falcons. Boston College never should’ve fired Al Skinner. That being said, … Continue reading

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Four Thoughts After Four Days of the Tournament

It’s Hard to Repeat Only two schools have won back-to-back titles since the end of the John Wooden UCLA dynasty in 1975. Duke won consecutive titles in 1991 and 1992, and Florida cut down the nets in 2006 and 2007. … Continue reading

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