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Women's Sports: The Reality of the Present and the Key to the Future

This is a critical time in the WNBA's existence. The league has made some progress, and as fans, we have a chance to help it to grow. I have written more on the subject here.

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How not to Embrace Your Team

It's a good idea to show love for your team, and to express yourself in doing so. However, not all ways of doing this are good.

A friend of mine who happens to like the Red Sox (and was born and raised in Diamond Bar) was...

Trouthaters

A friend of mine who happens to like the Red Sox (and was born and raised in Diamond Bar) was hating on Trout, the Angels and Angels games in general. Made this for him and thought I would share it with everyone else.

Why I Wasn't a Fan of This Year's Winter Classic

The overdone nature of the Crosby-Ovechkin "rivalry" and lack of other storylines.

Uncommon Snips: Olympic Hate Edition

Uncommon Snips: Olympic Hate Edition

Rostelecom Cup Final Thoughts

In honor of my beloved New York Yankees making the World Series which starts tonight (sorry if that has alienated 90 percent of my readers!), I decided to do a baseball themed Rostelecom Cup...

The Andre Woodson era is over, and I gotta believe people in Vegas are now in a mad scramble to u...

The Andre Woodson era is over, and I gotta believe people in Vegas are now in a mad scramble to unload whatever minimal investment they've put into Kentucky football this year.

Kentucky Vaguely Drops Starting Quarterback - NCAA Football FanHouse Just a pathetic article from a blogger who is a cautionary tale for the Peter Principle.

The Bad Kansas City —It seems like the Chiefs have only been spoken about in g...

The Bad Kansas City —It seems like the Chiefs have only been spoken about in glowing terms since the draft, but it'll take more than a new left tackle to fix their blocking issues of 2007. Branden Albert became a hot name in the draft buildup and has apparently impressed early, but he has yet to perform in pads and has never played a high-level season at left tackle. His addition pushes vagabond Damion McIntosh - who reportedly played solidly in 2007 - to right tackle, where the Kyle Turley experiment went about as badly as expected. Brian Waters should remain a gem at guard, but starting center Casey Wiegmann was allowed to leave. Rudy Niswanger appears to be his replacement, but the third-year player has yet to start an NFL game. If Albert proves to be for real, there could be a big leap in K.C., but I'm certainly not ready to count on it. Even if he doesn't, though, Larry Johnson remains a first-round pick. ProFantasySports.com -- Evaluating every offensive line in the NFL.

The Phenomenon of Dwayne Bowe

There are so many angles you can take on the emergence of Dwayne Bowe for the Kansas City Chiefs. Lord knows we've taken a few. But the bottom line is obvious: on an offense that struggled on a...

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