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First White Player Joins National Anthem Protests on Monday Night Football

The first Monday Night Football game of the preseason is now in the books with the Cleveland Browns prevailing in a 10-6 barnburner against the New York Giants. It wasn’t the action on the field that got the attention but rather that a dozen Browns players took a knee for the national anthem. The NFL seems to be hell-bent on self-destruction ...

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Aaron Judge Breaks Joe DiMaggio’s Rookie Home Run Record

New York Yankees star rookie Aaron Judge was already well on the way to sports stardom with his ability to blast the baseball halfway to the Moon but he has now taken a giant step towards immortality. On Friday, Judge slammed his 30th home run of the season in a home loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. The shot to deep ...

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Jobless Quarterback Colin Kaepernick Trashes America on Independence Day

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s odds of landing an NFL job continue to grow longer by the day. Never before has a marginally talented backup received so much attention as the mediocre militant whose decision to become the sports figurehead for anti-cop, anti-American social justice warriors has made him radioactive to NFL owners. There has been much carping ...

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Fantasy Football Questions: Wide Receivers

With NFL training camps only weeks from opening, it’s never too early to start thinking about fantasy football and to get an important leg up on your competitors. Today I will weigh in on some questions at the wide receiver position. Odell Beckham Jr.: New York Giants The talented but mercurial receiver is a human highlight reel with his acrobatic ...

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Tebow Smacks Home Run in First At Bat Following Promotion

Former Florida Gators great and ex-NFL quarterback Tim Tebow certainly has a flair for the dramatic. After beginning his baseball career with the Columbia Fireflies of the Class A South Atlantic League, Tebow was recently promoted by the New York Mets to the next level. In a return to his home state, Tebow is now playing for the high-A St. ...

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Fantasy Football Questions: Running Backs

With NFL training camps only weeks away from opening, it’s never too early to start thinking about fantasy football and to get an important leg up on your competitors. Today I will weigh in on questions at the running back position. Jamaal Charles: Denver Broncos While the Broncos remain a defensive powerhouse, the offense has been in the outhouse after ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports this Weekend

1: The Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins may have gotten a stranglehold on their chance at a rare repeat when they throttled the Nashville Predators 6-0 on Thursday. This up and down series has been hard to predict as it only days ago seemed that the upstart Predators had seized the momentum after soundly beating the Penguins twice at Bridgestone ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports on Friday

1: Will the Golden State Warriors win the NBA Championship and complete a historic undefeated postseason? The high-scoring Warriors have gone 15-0 in the playoffs and have LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on the ropes after a 118-113 victory on Wednesday. The Cavs are down 0-3 and the chances of them winning four games in a row to repeat ...

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Three Things to Watch in Sports on Thursday

1: The Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins will try to slow the momentum of the tenacious Nashville Predators in a critical home game at PPG Paints Arena. With the series tied at 2-2, the Predators come off of two games in which they were dominant and stole the momentum away from the defending NHL Champs. Starting off 0-2, the Predators may ...

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Is LSU Mascot Mike the Tiger a Symbol of White Oppression?

In the state of Louisiana, the madness of leftist intolerance has flowed northward up the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Baton Rouge. Emboldened by Big Easy Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s highly publicized removal of historical Confederate monuments, the intolerant left has a new target. Mike the Tiger. The mascot for the Louisiana State University Tigers is under assault by a ...

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Ottawa Senators Eke Out Big Win, Send Series Back to Pittsburgh for Game 7

The Ottawa Senators posted their biggest win of the NHL playoffs on Tuesday night with a 2-1 win over Pittsburgh. It was literally a life or death experience for the Senators who would have been ousted from the playoffs with a loss. Now they live to fight another day. It was hard to see Ottawa not playing their asses off ...

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Smithsonian Institution to Enshrine Controversial Kaepernick

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick may still be jobless but he will soon be enshrined at the Smithsonian Institution. The controversial NFL player became a lightning rod for criticism last season over his protests against the American flag and comments critical of law enforcement. Kaepernick who at the time was in danger of not even making his team, rocketed ...

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Penguins Regain Their Mojo, Demolish Ottawa Senators

The heavily favored Pittsburgh Penguins had lost their mojo for most of the NHL Eastern Conference finals. The normally explosive Penguins had been neutered offensively through the first four games but remarkably were tied going into Sunday’s swing game at PPG Paints Arena. Suddenly the Penguins put it all together in the first period and pumped four goals into net ...

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Penguins Strike First Then Hold On to Even NHL Playoff Series

There were no bones about it. Friday’s critical game four in the NHL Eastern Conference finals was a must win for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The defending Stanley Cup champions had fallen behind two games to one and their lethargic offense was a shadow of its usual potent self. If the Penguins were to defend their title they would have to ...

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