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College Basketball Bubble Location Updates

College basketball fans continue to get positive news as the upcoming season approaches. A new season start date of November 25th was approved this past Wednesday. Last month, the idea of a college basketball bubble for March Madness received substance by Mark Emmert. All that is left is figuring out how the NCAA gets to […] READ MORE

Cleveland Spiders

The Lovable Cleveland Spiders

The Lovable Cleveland Spiders Lovable Losers It is human nature to want the best. And why not? What is wrong with striving to get to the top? Absolutely nothing. But, there is something to be said for being the worst. There is a certain lovable quality to hanging around at the bottom. The Ford Pinto, […] READ MORE

Orioles

No One Expected the Orioles To Be Competing

No One Expected Orioles to Compete With less than a quarter of the season left, no one expected the Baltimore Orioles to be competing for a playoff spot. Getting swept by the New York Yankees last weekend didn’t help their chances. However, although unlikely, an Oriole winning streak and a Yankee or a Toronto Blue […] READ MORE

West Ham

West Ham United and the Continuous Sapping of Optimism in East London

There have been so many reasons why football in its current Covid-laced state – without fans – is a bit bland. There’s no real atmosphere – however much they pump in fake crowd noise – to aid a sterile game and augment a great one. There’s no roar, yell, or rally cry after a fourth […] READ MORE

vancouver canucks potential moves

Vancouver Canucks Potential Moves

The Vancouver Canucks potential moves are going to be influenced this year, more than in any other, by cash. Teams all through the NHL are feeling the hit from the novel coronavirus, and it’s going to show in deals and signings big and small. Vancouver Canucks Potential Moves A Book Balancing Act NHL owners who […] READ MORE