The race for the Pac-12 crown became a little clearer during week eight. Oregon picked up a crucial win, and a favorite has finally emerged in the South.
The Washington State soccer team is tied with Oregon at the half. Neither team has been able to capitalize on offensive opportunities, and its a scoreless match.
The quest to get back to .500 continues. I am now 11-14 on the year and 2-3 this week. Let’s digest this week’s games and see where I went right … Continue reading
With the Patriots beating the Jets I am now officially 60-31-1 on the season. Once Stanford/Arizona State is finalized I will be releasing a supplementary article digesting my picks for … Continue reading
The Seattle Seahawks have traded wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets. According to reports, Harvin was causing problems in the locker room, including with quarterback Russell Wilson.
The Bucks future in Milwaukee is in doubt. Grantland’s Bill Simmons has an interesting conspiracy theory about what the NBA wants with the franchise.
I’m 59-31-1 on the season. Strange my only loss was the Seahawks against a hot Cowboys team. Anyways I’m just going to post my Week 7 predictions before the Sunday … Continue reading
The Kansas City Royals have greatly over performed their talent during the post season, and are now one win away from the World Series. We take a look at what’s fueled the run.
If Ole Miss continues this rout up the state of Mississippi will be kings of the college football world. On to the Sunday Night game between the Eagles and Giants … Continue reading
The Cougars were expected to lose this game by a 17 points. Stanford ended up covering the spread, thanks to a late touchdown. While it was a tough game for Cougar fans to watch, it wasn’t all that surprising.
Cougar soccer struggled against the Wildcats in the first half, and trail 3-1
With the litany of upsets that occurred last Saturday I have fallen to 6-9 on the season. Hmm, getting back to .500 may be tougher than I thought. Let’s start … Continue reading
Georgia’s suspension of its star running back, and Heisman hopeful, Todd Gurley was a smart move for the program’s future.
I apologize again for not posting the Seahawks/Redskins preview, but come now did you really think the Skins would actually win this one. I think what I will do now … Continue reading
The Timbers need Seattle to win if they want to stay in the MLS Cup Playoff Hunt, and the Cascadia Cup race. So Timbers owner Merritt Paulson has resorted to…drastic measures.