Danican’t

February 12, 2010
By admin

This is possibly the greatest weekend of the year thus far for me; to celebrate, I’ll likely post three new entries in three days. I’m sure that you all are just shaking in your boots with excitement. The first topic that I want to address concerns Danica Patrick. In less than a day, Danica...
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Peyton, Or Payton?

February 6, 2010
By K. Becks

After last weekend’s much needed break from the norm, I’m back to predict another football game. Honestly, I have no idea why they would be playing such an important game in a place like Miami. Why not have it in the nation’s capital or something? I hear they’re having pretty good weather up there…....
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National Signing Day

February 3, 2010
By K. Becks

Today is an exciting day for many high school seniors across the country; National Signing Day. I’ve always been puzzled as to why ESPNU devotes an entire day’s worth of TV time to covering this event. Not only do I find it extremely boring (honestly, how interesting is it to watch a high schooler...
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A Little Break From The Usual

January 30, 2010
By K. Becks

I think this is the first weekend where I will not be making any predictions for football games. That is okay with me, because I didn’t create this blog with the intent of just posting my predictions. Also, since I don’t have any games to cover, I don’t have a set deadline for when...
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It’s Been A While

January 23, 2010
By K. Becks

Lots of big stories in sports this week. Texas basketball loses twice. Carlton Fisk slams Mark McGwire. NASCAR decides to relax their rules. Australian Open. Some of them I’ll get to writing about later on in the upcoming week, but unfortunately I was unable to get to them when they were hot topics. For...
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Back In My Day…

January 16, 2010
By K. Becks

Well, I was going to write about Ohio State upsetting Purdue on Tuesday night, but I think that the game did the talking for itself. Bottom line: when Evan Turner is healthy, he is the best player in the Big 10. Robbie Hummel also deserves a lot of credit for his outstanding first half...
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