Professional Athletes are Not Overpaid

For years now, one of the most comment beliefs about professional athletes are that they are overpaid. “They make millions to play a child’s game!” people say, but they are wrong. Professional sports are a multi-billion dollar industry in America. Even college teams make tens of millions of dollars and watching amateur sports is something…

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The Impact of the New Redshirt Rule

Earlier this week, the NCAA made a significant change in their redshirt policy for football players. Under this new policy, a player can play in four games while still maintaining his redshirt eligibility, significantly more time than the previous policy, which voided a redshirt after just one snap. The policy is effective immediately and it…

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Final 2018 NFL Mock Draft

Updated: April 26 at 4:30 following news that the Browns will select Baker Mayfield 1. Cleveland Browns – Baker Mayfield (QB/Oklahoma) I originally had Sam Darnold here, but not it’s being reported that Baker Mayfield will be the pick. I can’t wait for the Browns to select someone else now so I look foolish. 2….

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Items at MLB Food Fest, Ranked

Last weekend, MLB hosted it’s first ever Food Fest, an organized event where all 30 MLB teams participated and served samples of some of the staple foods from their ballparks as well as some sample beers. Given our love for both food and baseball, my wife and I went to the event. Below are each…

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Nine Films That Need a Reboot

In this day and age, you don’t even need to wait that long for a film to be re-made or an entire series to be rebooted. While some were much-needed (The Dark Knight Trilogy), we are still scratching our heads at others (Psycho, Total Recall). Here are some films that would do well today as…

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Making the Case Against Frank Gore for the Hall of Fame

Last season, former Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore passed LaDanian Tomlinson to be the fifth all-time leader in rushing yards in NFL history. This feat alone will likely earn him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Out of the top 11 leaders in career rushing yards, all but Gore, who obviously…

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Why Rutgers is DeSanto’s Best Landing Spot

After a controversial showing at the NCAA tournament, true freshman Austin DeSanto has been granted his release from Drexel University. DeSanto, who wrestles in the 133-pound division, will have no shortage of suitors. Penn State head coach Cael Sanderson reportedly has already met with DeSanto and Iowa, Rutgers, Nebraska and other Big Ten schools are…

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