The Real Fight of the Decade

In the past decade, we have seen some of the most exciting sporting events. Whether it be the 2011 World Series between the Rangers and Cardinals (particularly, the David Freese game), the Seahawks not running it from the one-yard line against the Patriots, Ray Allen hitting a buzzer beater to save the Heat, or Deshaun…

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NCAA Pre-Season Top 25

College football season is approaching, and for the first time in a few years, we have numerous high-profile quarterbacks returning, and a season with no clear favorite, but many strong teams. Here’s our initial top 25 for 2017: 25. Washington State Cougars In a conference with so many heralded quarterbacks, none may be as statistically…

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Counterargument: Jameis Winston Is Better Than Marcus Mariota

This is in response to an article posted by Brooklyn Beat Editor-In-Chief Justin Worsley. Worsley asserts, in the article, that the second overall pick in the 2015 draft, Marcus Mariota, has proven to be superior than the No. 1 pick, Jameis Winston. Worsley points out Mariota’s superior running skills and deep ball, as well as…

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Ranking How Much Should You Hate Each Warrior

Don’t get too excited about last night’s win for the Cavaliers, within the next few days, the Golden State Warriors will be NBA champions and in the discussion for greatest team ever. In the meantime, they’ve made the NBA absolutely unwatchable, as their collection of superstars has destroyed any competitiveness within the league. It’s true…

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Team of Virtue

In 2016, the Arizona Diamondbacks were at a crossroad. A slow start put the Diamondbacks nine games under .500, and 13.5 games back in the division … by July. An exciting off-season was headlined by the signing of former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke away from their division rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers. General manager…

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The Way Too Early MLB All-Star Ballot

Is it too early to be voting for the MLB All-Star teams? Major League Baseball certainly doesn’t think the sample size is too small. So without further ado, here are the players that basically had a hot streak to begin the 2017 season. AL Catcher – Salvador Perez (Kansas City Royals) The lone bright spot…

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Royally Selling

Just 18 months ago, Dayton Moore had pulled off the improbable for anyone who started watching baseball after 1990. He had built a team in Kansas City that was raising the World Series trophy. The small market Royals went through decades of futility that included a 30-year playoff drought, 20 losing seasons and four 100-loss…

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Westbrook Takes Home MVP in our NBA Awards

A regular season that produced some of the most cerebral performances of all-time is in the books.  We’ve officially entered into the Golden Age of Euro-NBA, where spacing and passing have become the foremost offensive strategy. Whether this style makes for good aesthetics is certainly up for debate.  What cannot be debated is how incredible…

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