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US Open tennis 2017 Celebration

US Open tennis 2017 Celebration

Easy Plugin for AdSense by Unreal With all the controversy of Maria Sharapova receiving a poorly deserved wild card entry into the 2017 US Open tennis tournament coming off a doping suspension and then getting royal treatment by playing on center court in prime time, it is time to figure out what we should actually […]

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2017 Predictions in April

2017 Predictions in April

So far, here is what is happened in 2017. I was at the Superbowl and was devasted with the Falcons collapse in a loss to New England. Roger Federer amazing adding to his major total by winning the Australian Open. North Carolina won the NCAA basketball championship with some shady officiating reminiscent of the Duke […]

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2016 NBA Finals Prediction

2016 nba finals prediction

The Hawks flamed out in hawk fashion with little fight throughout and minimal adjustment. I feel they were always a step behind all season and they lost to all good teams all season. The Spurs also crashed out after playing poorly along with some suspect late game officiating. I think between San Antonio, Golden State, […]

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Jamaal Anderson

Back into Sports! Fall 2017

I’ve gotten through some personal turmoil and now can turn my attention back to sports. Admittedly, Im still heartbroken from the Falcons loss in the Superbowl but I also feel i was to blame due my personal turmoil giving bad juju to the falcons. I feel good things are to come. I think the Falcons […]

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Georgia is in

As I expected, Georgia is in. Fortunately the NCAA selection committee has run the way it is supposed to be and not by the so called analysts we see on TV like Bilas, Phelps, Lunardi, and Dick Vitale. These guys are very biased to the power conferences and especially the ACC. They also only focus […]

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Lebron Decision

Lebron Decision 2.01

So as the world anxiously awaited, LeBron finally decided to go back to Cleveland. He admittedly did handle the announcement of this decision much better than last time. He is being applauded as a saint, going home to save Cleveland but let’s look at the other side: 1. He took a much lower salary with […]

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NBA Finals

NBA Finals and French Open 2014

I am happy to be wrong about the Spurs losing to the Thunder. I was not too far off on the injury front as Parker is hurt and unfortunately that will cause their demise in the Finals. Hopefully it will not be as brutal this year. I have been weak and watching the games the […]

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Grantham gone

Grantham gone, Pruitt in!

     What a great turn of events for the state of Georgia. First off, great to see Bobby Petrino get the head coaching job at Louisville (that is me being sarcastic). The actual good thing about that is that it did not give any opportunity for Strong to back out of the University of Texas […]

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University of Texas

Thoughts on Charlie Strong at the University of Texas

Texas lost and got destroyed. See the previous post about what I think about Mack Brown. Thank you for your service. Charlie Strong is the new coach now. See the article I posted about my wish list. He was not on the wish list. I read a lot about him after the hire. I was […]

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NCAA Football 2013-2014 Bowl Game Review

National Championship Game: I found myself routing for Florida State as the game began. I am not a fan of either school but I get too jealous seeing an SEC school win the championship every year while the University of Georgia flounders. What a great ending to the game. I hope you watched it Georgia: […]

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