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Super Bowl 50: Analysis and Predictions

  At last, the biggest day in the sporting world is finally here – Super Bowl Sunday. The biggest game of the year is always a spectacle; however, with this being Super Bowl 50, the hype is at an all

February 6, 2016

Stories of Sports Past

  • 2014 US Open Preview

    Defending US Open champion Justin Rose tees off alongside Phil Mickelson Thursday at Pinehurst. The Open is the one major championship that has always eluded Mickelson.

    June 12, 2014
  • The Finals at Roland Garros

    Men’s Final Novak Djokovic entered Sunday No. 2 in the world. His opponent for the French Open title was none other than the world No.

    June 9, 2014
  • NFL Divisional Playoff ATS Picks

    NFL Divisional Weekend is upon us, and as we inch closer to the Super Bowl, the teams get better and the stakes get higher. Here

    January 11, 2014
  • 10 Things We Learned on NFL Championship Sunday

    It was one hell of a Championship Sunday. Here are ten things we learned last weekend. Check back later this week for more Super Bowl

    January 21, 2014
  • Magic In The AL West

    For anyone who knows baseball, imagine someone telling you in April that you would be looking at this scenario come July. The Oakland Athletics will

    July 11, 2014
  • Americans and Soccer Need to DTR

    The World Cup is here, and Americans just don’t seem to get it. In real futbol cities, work is cancelled, stores are closed, and games

    July 2, 2014
  • Why the USA Women’s Hockey Team is Awesome

    When I was eight, my parents moved us from the San Francisco Bay Area to a small Colorado mountain town. Don’t ask me why, it’s

    February 19, 2014
  • February Sports Scene: 3 Patriotic Events To Watch

    It’s that time again, when multiple American sporting events collide to make February ‘National Sports Patriotism Month’ (that’s my phrase, consider it copy written). Allow

    January 30, 2014