The elements Forbes neglect when ranking colleges

August 11, 2011


In the 2010 college rankings from Forbes, they might as well of taken a giant dump on the Midwest and made the East Coast that sticky page in your ‘adult’ magazine. If the allure of Massachusetts, New York or other states with funny accents doesn’t attract your mind, don’t expect your head to feel any […]

Weekend Roundup: August 5th – August 7th

August 8, 2011


– Over the weekend Michael Beasley put his hand in the face of a heckler and then smeared it in the person’s face while he was playing some street ball in NYC. And then people became outraged saying it was a horrible act. Give me break. It is not like he went all Ron Artest […]

The State of The Vikings

August 4, 2011


The Vikings won’t be as good as their Cheer Leaders are good looking. Yes, I used this photo to increase traffic. The Vikings are in an interesting state because they have young talent in a handful of skill positions on offense, like in running back, quarterback and Tight end. However they need desperate help when […]

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Weekend Roundup: July 28th – July 31st

August 1, 2011


-On Friday I went to the Lynx game with my friend David. At the game I saw Maya Moore throw the greatest pass not to be caught by teammate. She was driving to the line and she a Seattle player on her front shoulder and another Storm player on her back shoulder. However with the […]

MLB Trade Deadline vs. NFL Free Agency: Football Knocks The Excitement Out Of The Park Whereas Baseball Pops Up Foul

July 30, 2011


Never before has the MLB Trade Deadline been this bland. For as long as I can remember, the dilemma – of will Team X trade their top rising prospect for the really good player on Team Y – has always enticed my sports fandom leaving me glued to the TV and taking in Buster Olney’s […]

Punched and Aged Sports Columnists

July 28, 2011


“If I ever saw Jim Souhan I’d punch him,” my friend David said, “ actually no. I wouldn’t. The guy isn’t even worth it,” he chuckled. Keep in mind my friend is a highly educated, well mannered kid who during high school was a member of the cum laude society, a first honor roll student, […]

Weekend Roundup: July 22nd – July 24th

July 25, 2011


-Congrats to Bert Blyleven on being inducted into the hall of fame. He certainly deserves it. While there are many that points towards Bert being the first hall of fame inductee to benefit significantly from Sabermetrics, and while that is in fact true, I also wonder how much he benefited from the steroids era. When […]