Monthly Archives: October 2020

Kevin Cash ruined the World Series for the Rays and the stats have finally gone too far

One of the pillars in the ages-old debate of stats vs. instincts in baseball is the argument over when it’s okay to take a starting pitcher out of a baseball games. In the old days, before the Oakland Athletics changed … Continue reading

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I’m in football pain because Penn State couldn’t run out the clock against Indiana

I’m looking back at a weekend that featured one of the most exciting NFL games of the season, only of the most thrilling World Series games ever, and the first Big Ten win for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights since 2017, … Continue reading

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Giants waste 11-point lead in Philadelphia, but are still very much alive in the NFC East

After the New York Giants lost their first five games of the season, I figured at least I wouldn’t have to experience the team completely blowing a game that they had wrapped up in the fourth quarter. Even if that … Continue reading

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Penn State forces Pat Chambers out, resets program just when it was starting to build momentum

Penn State basketball fans received stunning news on Wednesday evening when head coach Pat Chambers suddenly resigned. Not only was Chambers coming off his most successful year at PSU in which he led the Nittany Lions to what would have … Continue reading

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Baseball needs change, but MLB is changing the wrong parts

Right before the World Series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers got started this evening from Arlington, Texas, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred met with the media and talked about possibly making permanent some of the changes … Continue reading

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Dodgers win National League pennant to set up rags vs. riches World Series

If you were busy being disappointing at Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams last night while they lost to the San Francisco 49ers despite being gifted many opportunities in the second half to get back into the game, you … Continue reading

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The Jets give up on Le’Veon Bell before he’s even halfway through his four-year deal

That sound you just heard was the shrugging of the shoulders from thousands of Jets fans across the country as their hapless team announced that it was releasing starting tailback Le’Veon Bell. This is the same Le’Veon Bell that the … Continue reading

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Dak Prescott’s injury is worse than a cramp, but he can still get that contract he’s after

Something terrible happened on Sunday, and it may have even been worse than the Los Angeles Lakers winning their 17th NBA title while LeBron James got to be the hero again. Dak Prescott suffered a gruesome compound fracture of his … Continue reading

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The Lakers win the NBA Finals, LeBron James campaigns against love

The Miami Heat had a great run in the NBA bubble as a plucky underdog that made it all the way to the NBA Finals. Erik Spoelstra is clearly one of the top coaches in the world, and Jimmy Butler … Continue reading

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The ALCS will begin without the New York Yankees on Sunday

The ALCS will begin on Sunday night in San Diego, but the preseason American League favorite will not be taking part. That’s right, the New York Yankees were eliminated from World Series contention on Friday night in Game 5 of … Continue reading

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