• This writer had had a very long day on Saturday involving travelling in a propeller plane across water, being subjected to a Bosnian national telling me about his way of life (‘I shit you not’) and then being […]

  • Thanks to the wonders of scheduling, we had the marquee match-up of the season in just the third week of the season.  The walking hyperbole or is it hype machine, Johnny Manziel, whose performance on the road at […]

  • The New England Patriots (1-0) have their home opener at Foxboro Stadium tonight hosting the streaking New York Jets (1-0).

    The Jets enter Gillette Stadium following a last minute field goal by Nick Folk to […]

  • ThumbnailAnd we are off.  The race for the final BCS National Championship before the inaugural four team play-off next year has began in earnest.

    Week One in College Football is a rare monster, not as traditional as […]

  • ThumbnailThe 2013 College Football Season begins in earnest with the Battle of the Carolinas kicking off the wall-to-wall ESPN coverage as the first weekend begins with a five day weekend long in America.

    The South […]

  • Ahmad Bradshaw is the most appealing running back still on the free agency market, in a generally bad time for running backs with not one running back projected to be picked in the first round of the upcoming NFL […]

  • ThumbnailWhenever Selection Sunday comes around, people tend to knee jerk their bracket picks, myself I tend to do the selection post it and then go back to it after doing some research.  Luckily, my final four is still in […]

  • ThumbnailIts here time for the NCAA tournament and time to fill your bracket(s) with the ambition to win.  This writer has the pleasure of being the reigning Tournament Challenge from last season, winning thanks to the […]

  • ThumbnailSunday 10th March 2013, once the Men’s College Basketball is over may well come down as an important date for the two teams who played each other that night – Indiana Hoosiers and Michigan Wolverines – with the […]

  • ThumbnailIn the 2nd Saturday of March for many sides it is the last game of regular-season games before the lottery of conference tournaments.  Yet it remains as the final opportunity for some teams to gain momentum before […]

  • ThumbnailAmerica is known as a meritocracy and usually, if you have the best record you are the best player.  However, this sort of logic can seem a bit skewed.  Last season, the NFL Power Rankings had to have Atlanta and […]

  • ThumbnailAfter the latest merry-go-round of bracket busting, resume altering games from prospective #1 seeds falling to in conference rivals, to mid-majors still fighting above their weight.  For everything this season of […]

  • ThumbnailCollege Basketball enters the last week of January, and there is a certain level of parity starting to occur with several heralded teams at the start of the season losing their way, ranked teams losing on the road […]

  • Following on from two victories for the underdog in College Basketball – namely Wisconsin Badgers defeating the pre-season #1 ranked Indiana Hoosiers in their home court, and then last night the Maryland Terrapins […]

  • Notre Dame Fighting Irish lost the National Championship game last week, and knowing they were losing Theo Riddick who was in his senior year, they were probably hopeful that they could use the other member of the […]

  • ThumbnailWith College Football finished for another season, and with Alabama celebrating their second consecutive National championship, it is time for the hardwood stars to return to national prominence having fallen off […]

  • ThumbnailMuch like me writing for this preview, for Notre Dame there is no better time than the present.

    In New Orleans tonight, the Fighting Irish take on the Crimson Tide of Alabama – the current National College […]

  • With the Notre Dame Fighting Irish sitting pretty atop the BCS standings, and with their position at the National Championship table secured over Thanksgiving weekend, it might be preferable to look back over the […]

  • We have finished with the regular season, all that remains is for the teams good enough to compete in them to take part in Conference championships.  Then we will have the BCS bowl games decided; such as the Rose […]

  • The old adage is the more things change, the more they stay the same.  After last week’s events where Alabama fell at home to Texas A&M, many predicted the end of the SEC dominance of the last seven years with the […]

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