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Tampa Bay Lightning Player Thrusts ‘Black Power’ Fist in Air During NHL Game

Fans disgusted with the descent of the National Football League into the morass of left-wing, racial grievance politics were grateful that the puck finally dropped on the 2017 professional hockey season this week. The National Hockey League is the least popular of America’s big four sports but it is far and away the most entertaining with skill, speed, scoring and ...

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MLB Post Season Sunday: Who’s Playing and Where to Watch

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Major League Baseball postseason games have highlighted the strengths and weaknesses of baseball’s top teams and Sunday’s schedule sets up two of them to go home. The Cleveland Indians have bested the New York Yankees in the best of five MLB ALDS series two games to zero thanks in part to an errant base-on-balls call that led to a 4-run ...

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Highly Ranked Oklahoma Sooners Suffer CRUSHING Loss to Iowa State

In a perfect example of how the know-it-all schmucks who are tasked with the NCAA’s weekly power ratings, the mighty Oklahoma Sooners were upset on Saturday by the Iowa State Cyclones. Oklahoma had been predicted to be one of the few teams that are capable of beating back an Alabama Crimson Tide juggernaut whose march to college football immortality was ...

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Cubs Win! Survive Fire-Throwing Strasburg to Grab 1-0 NLDS Lead

There is only one word that can be used to describe Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg in Friday night’s NLDS opener – dominating. The Nats were looking to finally put to rest a history of postseason woe and Strasburg was throwing fireballs, holding the potent Cubs scoreless until the sixth inning when an Anthony Rendon error led to the baserunner ...

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Yankees and Red Sox Both Head Home in Deep Holes Following Road Losses

The Boston Red Sox were unable to find an answer for the formidable postseason surge of the Houston Astros and after Thursday’s 8-2 beating were clubbed like baby seals again in Friday’s early ALDS game. The Astros are firing on all cylinders now and once again chased Boston’s starting pitcher early. Lefty Drew Pomeranz was given the hook after allowing ...

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Scorned Alabama Crimson Tide Now on Mission to Destroy NCAA With Extreme Prejudice

It is never advisable yank on a tiger’s tale or step on Superman’s cape yet that is what those who are tasked with the weekly NCAA college football power rankings did on Sunday. The Alabama Crimson Tide, fresh off of a 66-3 bludgeoning of Ole Miss were somehow bumped down to the second rated team in the country behind Clemson. ...

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Can Boston Red Sox Recover from Epic Beatdown by Houston Astros?

The Boston Red Sox were looking to make a run deep into the American League playoffs this season, perhaps even a World Series appearance but may already be in big trouble. The team’s addition of Chicago White Sox ace pitcher Chris Sale in a blockbuster deal was supposed to be the catalyst of the run for the hardware. Few pitchers ...

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Folk Choke: Tampa Bay Bucs Kicker Misses Three Field Goals in Thursday Night Debacle

When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers finally cut ties with Roberto Aguayo, the former FSU Seminole kicker whose mighty mortar kicks didn’t translate to the big league, the team figured that its kicking problems were behind them. Enter Nick Folk. The veteran kicker was to have been the steady foot that the team has lacked since they dumped both Matt Bryant ...

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New Orleans Saints Coach Gives Anti-Gun Sermon as Politics Continue Pollution of NFL

Clearly not content with simply pissing off conservative NFL fans by having his team disrespect America by kneeling on foreign soil over the weekend, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton has now gone off on a rant against the Second Amendment. This is hardly likely to please many of the good old boys in Louisiana, a state where one of ...

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Diamondbacks take WILD N.L. Wild-Card Game, Will Face Dodgers Next

The Arizona Diamondbacks are moving on to the National League Division Series following a wild 11-8 win over the feisty but overwhelmed Colorado Rockies. With the Snakes having the advantage of already locking up a wild-card berth, they were able to roll with a rested ace Zack Greinke in the winner-take-all contest. Greinke shut out the Rockies their first time ...

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Yankees Take American League Wild-Card Game, Will Face Cleveland Indians Next

The New York Yankees continued their remarkable season by taking the A.L. wild-card game on Tuesday night 8-4 over the Minnesota Twins. The Bronx Bombers were able to overcome an early three-run hole in the first inning when starting pitcher Luis Severino stunk out the joint and was given the hook by manager Joe Girardi after allowing four hits. Yankees ...

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British Tennis Player Dan Evans Tests Positive for Cocaine

British tennis star Dan Evans has been banned from competition for one year following a positive drug test for cocaine. Evans is currently the number 4 ranked British player. Evans will be allowed to return to competition April 24, 2018. The Guardian reports, The 27-year-old tested positive for cocaine during the Barcelona Open in April this year but the ITF said in ...

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NFL Sunday Night Ratings Tank Again After Week Two of Anti-Trump Protests

While the NFL protests against President Trump continued – albeit diminishing in number – this week, it is still looking like thanks to the botched handling of the situation has caused long-lasting if not permanent damage. The ratings are in for Sunday night’s prime-time game and the trend continues to signal that people are as mad as hell and are ...

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NFL Malcontent Marshawn Lynch Wears Anti-Trump Shirt to Game

One of the mouthiest of all of the NFL malcontents who have been protesting the national anthem in opposition of President Donald Trump removed all doubt as to what the last two weeks that have rocked the NFL are really about. Marshawn Lynch showed up for Sunday’s game between his Oakland Raiders and division rival Denver Broncos wearing a shirt ...

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