Archive for April, 2014

Real Rocks Bayern

Real Rocks Bayern

Today marked the first day of the two day second legs in the UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals matches. The first matchup saw Real Madrid travel to defending champion Bayern Munich’s stadium the Allianz Arena where they led on aggregate 0-1 because of Benzema’s lone goal in the first game last Wednesday. The stage was set for Bayern to bust out […]

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Blackhawks Are Back!

Blackhawks Are Back!

It took six games for the Blackhawks to assert themselves as the defending Stanley Cup Champions, but after yesterdays dismissal of the St. Louis Blues at the United Center there’s no doubt that the Blackhawks should by all accounts return to the Stanley Cup Finals for a rematch with the Boston Bruins. The Blackhawks – after losing the first two […]

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Timing Is Everything

Timing Is Everything

August 14 will probably be a scorching hot day in this country but won’t otherwise mean much to most people. It’s not a holiday and it falls on a Thursday, but for the people of Disney it might as well be a holiday because that’s the day the SEC and ESPN will unveil a brand new sports network that is […]

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Road Warriors

Road Warriors

In a sport that’s predominantly home-court slanted, these NBA Playoffs of 2014 have seen a massive buck in the trend. The NBA betting lines in Vegas almost always make the home team favored unless the case is severe, but even then the point spread is very much geared towards the home team making a run at some point in the […]

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Bulls Playoffs Begin

Bulls Playoffs Begin

After a tough weekend of sports for the City of Chicago the Chicago Bulls start their playoffs on Sunday at the UC against the Washington Wizards in the four-five seed matchup in the Eastern Conference. Chicago finished the regular season with a 48-34 record which was good enough to land them home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. […]

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Blackhawks Quest For The Cup 2014

Blackhawks Quest For The Cup 2014

The most gut-wrenching time of year is back, and with it come two months of nightly non-stop action. The NHL’s Stanley Cup Playoffs start tonight and unlike most other sports, every team has a legitimate shot at hoisting the cup. Most recently it was the Chicago Blackhawks that raised the cup as the President’s Trophy winners, but the year before […]

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Soaring Sox

Soaring Sox

Don’t look now but the White Sox are the most prolific offensive team in baseball! Over the short term the return on investment in Jose Abreu is paying some serious dividends. The White Sox took three of four this weekend against the Cleveland Indians and currently stand just a half game behind the Tigers for first place in the AL […]

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Unlike Any Other: The Masters 2014

Unlike Any Other: The Masters 2014

When Jim Nantz gave us his signature line to covering a golf tournament he must’ve been talking about just a few of them because according to the overnight returns no one was watching. “Hello Friends” is usually the way Nantz greets his viewers when we turn on a tournament being covered by CBS, but yesterday was one of those times […]

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Stephen Colbert Replaces David Letterman

Stephen Colbert will be the new host of the Late Show.  

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Nursing Home Strippers

These Golden Girls still know how to party.    

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