Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Case for Urban Meyer: NCAA coach of the year

It has been a wild year for Buckeyes fans. First your Heisman trophy candidate quarterback goes down with a shoulder season. Then a redshirt Freshman comes in, loses his first game in his second start and his teammates have doubts … Continue reading

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Sportsman of the Year

Every season I pick a sportsman of the year. Typically this player has helped his team win a championship and has had an impeccable season. This season the Sportstalkwithari player of the year is… Madison Bumgarner. Bumgarner is a pitcher … Continue reading

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College Football Playoff Preview

In a few days, the College Football Playoffs will debut in Pasadena, California and in New Orleans, Louisiana. In its first season, it will be interesting to see how the games will play out. 1. Ohio State vs Alabama: I … Continue reading

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Key Games Overview

1. Carolina Panthers 34 @ Atlanta Falcons 3: This was a blowout throughout the whole game. Cam Newton and the offense did their job getting the early lead and from there it was the defense. In the second quarter, Matt … Continue reading

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Key Games for Today

1. Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons: Going back earlier in the season, neither of these teams looked like playoff contenders. The Saints where in the drive seat, and the Panthers and the Falcons where in the backseat. The Panthers won … Continue reading

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Josh Smith signs with the Rockets

A few days ago, the Detroit Pistons released former all-star forward Josh Smith mainly due to conflicts that he was having with coach Stan Van Gundy. Yesterday, Smith signed with the Houston Rockets, mainly because he is friends with star … Continue reading

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Is Duke the best College Basketball team right now?

The Duke Blue Devils are unstoppable right now. They’ve started off the season on a ten game win streak and have already won against Wisconsin, Uconn, Michigan State, and Stanford. Such success is not luck. Duke has built its roster … Continue reading

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Top Games for Today

1. Denver Broncos vs San Diego Chargers: This game means a lot more to the division than it does to me. The Chargers red hot streak was stopped by the New England Patriots, but Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers has been … Continue reading

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Top 3 Sleepers for Week 15

Last week was an interesting week for me. Jonathan Stewart had a huge game, as he had 155 rushing yards and a touchdown. While that was great, Kenny Stills got only four targets, his worst since week 5. Giants running … Continue reading

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MLB Free Agency Updates

It has been a wild two days in the MLB. Lots of trades and signings of key players signing with smaller markets. 1. John Lester signing with Cubs: I love this signing for the Chicago Cubs. First of all the … Continue reading

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