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  • Nov 15, 2020 07:59 PM
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    That was a crazy catch! Reminds me of the ones that Aaron Rogers through a couple years back. These are always fun to catch live.
  • Nov 15, 2020 03:32 PM
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    It was a great tournament. I'm really happy to see Dustin win this one after his record. Must be a crazy good feeling coming out on top of the Masters.

  • Nov 10, 2020 06:57 PM
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    This just put a huge smile on my face. Jon Rahm hit probably the most insane shot I've ever seen during the Par 3 competition for this year's 84th Masters tournament. Rahm hit the ball to skip it over a pond several times which lead to a hole-in-one on No.16.

    It's one of those things you just have to watch to understand how crazy it was. Video starts a few seconds in.

  • Oct 20, 2020 01:08 PM
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    It really was a great world series. The Dodgers absolutely deserved to win this one!
  • Oct 24, 2020 01:11 PM
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    JFoster Wrote:
    PowerPlay Wrote:

    This is a really tough one to call. It's really hard for me to picture Gaethje winning against Khabib. Not because I think he's a lesser fighter, but because it's Khabib. It's hard for me to imagine anyone winning against him. Then again, Gaethje absolutely destroyed Tony Ferguson when most people thought he'd lose (not me, I strongly thought Gaethje would win).

    Well you called it. :) Khabib took it.

    Yeah, It was pretty clear to me that Khabib would do exactly as he did. He took it to the ground and tapped Gaethje in perfect Khabib form. What's even more impressive is how he ended his UFC career. Going out completely undefeated like that is insanely impressive. He's now set for life and will continue on training future generations just like his father did.

    Just incase you missed it:

  • Nov 02, 2020 12:08 PM
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    First of all, I'm not making this post to rag on Cam for fumbling the ball. Justin Zimmer just made an excellent play to get the ball from Cam (video below). Not really his fault for not seeing that coming. But this is just another instance of something that I've been saying for a while now.

    I just don't see how anyone can think Cam Newton is a good quarterback anymore. I just don't get it. Everyone keeps fawning over his....what?.... 1 year that he took the Panthers to the Super Bowl, years ago. His running skills that were absolutely destroyed by Von Miller years ago? He hasn't done anything noteworthy since then.

    The situation the Patriots are in right now is exactly the reason Belichick only signed him for 1 year. I assume after what's happened so far with the Pats this season that Belichick will use another starter and Cam will end up on the bench (not immediately, but for a possible next season). Then again, he may end up with another team. If that's the case, this whole routine of praising Cam Newton as "a good starter for xx team" or "look at how much he's matured!" will come around once more. It will then come with the same conclusion.

  • Oct 30, 2020 04:05 PM
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    I recently read the new AP top 25 NCAA football teams list and it got me thinking. Does anyone know just how accurate these AP lists are when it comes to figuring out who will make it the farthest in the season? I know it's pretty obvious when it comes to the top ranked teams that they'll most likely be one of the best teams of the season, but does it actually mean anything for the teams after N0.1 through No.3?

    For instance, here's the top five according to AP's new Top Ranked 25 list:

    No.1 Clemson

    No.2 Alabama

    No.3 Ohio State

    No.4 Notre Dame

    No.5 Georgia

    So I would assume that Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State will probably do great this season. But what about Notre Dame, Georgia and all the teams past No.5? Do they usually fall within the area they're ranked on this list?

  • Oct 24, 2020 01:11 PM
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    This is one fight that I honestly didn't see happening at all. I knew it was the logical next step for Gaethje, but I didn't expect for Khabib to pick it up and make it happen so soon. Khabib is like a unicorn now. He gets to choose his fights and seems like he does it sparingly.

    As for the fight itself, it's going to be a great one. I think this is one of the best matchups I've seen in a good while. We all know Khabib is an absolute monster in both grappling and on his feet. We also know Gaethje is up to par on most all aspects as well, except for grappling which I don't know of anyone who really comes close to matching Khabib.

    This is a really tough one to call. It's really hard for me to picture Gaethje winning against Khabib. Not because I think he's a lesser fighter, but because it's Khabib. It's hard for me to imagine anyone winning against him. Then again, Gaethje absolutely destroyed Tony Ferguson when most people thought he'd lose (not me, I strongly thought Gaethje would win).

    Now we're just hours away from seeing what happens. If I had to make a decision I'd say Khabib will remain champion. Gaethje has been known to get ahead of himself and begin to relax when he has any sort of a lead. Khabib will be looking to take advantage of that, take it to the ground submit and tap him.

  • Oct 12, 2020 04:09 PM
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    Just when I thought the Cowboys' season couldn't get any worse.. here we are. Dak Prescott, the Cowboys' star quarterback suffered a pretty horrible ankle injury in the third quarter of Sunday night's game against the Giant's. The official word is that he suffered a dislocated right ankle that included a compound fracture. Even though Prescott left the game early, the team put in back up qb Andy Dolton to lead the them to a slim 37-34 victory.

    I wonder what this looks like for the Cowboys. Prescott has been their saving grace recently. I don't know what an Andy Dolton lead Cowboys looks like..

    **Update

    Dak has had a successful surgery and is expected to be out of the hospital on Monday. Even though this is great, great news for both Prescott and the Cowboys, there's alot to think about here. Alot can happen during his recovery time. Though hopefully his leg heals up right and he's back on the field for next season.

  • Sep 28, 2020 04:19 PM
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    Well this has been a crazy year for sports. At first everything was normal, then postponed indefinitely, then slightly opened, etc. Then we got a pretty decent resemblance of normalcy back in sports here recently. And now the MLB Playoffs are upon us! And even though it's not exactly how it was last year, I'm probably more excited for this year's playoffs than I have been in a good while.

    For the first time ever, 16 teams will now face off in the MLB postseason. This makes things much, much more interesting. The schedule for this year is insane. The next few days the Wild Card schedule has 24 games in just 4 days, starting with the first round on September 29th, with the last round on October 2nd. That's going to leave half of the teams still standing and a whole lot of frustrated fans when their teams get sent home.

    Who does everyone think will win this one? I'm thinking it's a good idea to stick with the experts this year and say the Dodgers will win, but that's without me following the MLB as much as I normally do. Most everywhere I've seen is saying the Dodgers are basically a shoe-in, but you never know until gameday.