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  • My Picks for Week 3!

    Week 3 of college football got underway last night with Rutgers beating South Florida.  Things are heating up so it’s time to preview a few key conference games, starting with the #1 team in the land. Alabama versus Arkansas (1)… Read More ›

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  • What Else Could the City of Seattle do With The Bond Money That Will Go Towards The Seattle Arena?

    One of the common questions regarding the Seattle Arena is; why doesn’t the City use the $200 million dollars it is going to invest in the Seattle Arena and use it for something that actually is useful? Now there are… Read More ›

  • Here’s Week 2

    Well without further ado let’s preview Week 2’s NFL games, starting with today’s Packers/Bears match up. Bears versus Packers (1-0-0) Bears — (0-1-0) Packers — This is an interesting game.  Not only does this rivalry have a lot of history,… Read More ›

  • It’s Done! The Seattle City Council and Chris Hansen Agree on An Amended MOU

    Well the Seattle Arena has survived its biggest threat, the Seattle City Council. Yesterday it leaked out that the City Council had reached an agreement with Chris Hansen on a modified MOU. For starters I can’t believe that this actually… Read More ›

  • Today is Sports With Neil’s Birthday.

    Today is Sports With Neil’s birthday. I don’t know why, one year ago today, I decided to start this blog. We all know what happened on this day. I vividly remember watching it all happen on Television. That’s what makes… Read More ›

  • Andre Ward Exceeds High Expectations

    Andre Ward (26-0 14KO) was already favored to beat Chad Dawson (31-2 17KO) but virtually nobody expected Ward to make it look so easy, to dominate and frankly, embarrass Dawson to the point where after Dawson suffered a third knockdown… Read More ›

  • The Pac-12 Power Rankings After Week 2

    After a poor performance in the first week, the Pac-12 looked like it was going to continue playing like crap early on in week two. And then the late games happened and all of the sudden I was forced to… Read More ›

  • NFL Predictions!

    Here’s my predictions for the 2012 NFL season.  Don’t get too offended! Individual Awards MVP:  Michael VickOffensive Player of the Year:  Michael VickDefensive Player of the Year:  Darrelle RevisCoach of the Year:  Pete CarrollOffensive Rookie of the Year:  Robert Griffin the… Read More ›

  • Here’s the Rest of Week 1

    Well this is pretty self-explanatory^.  I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time and I’m really excited for the season to come.  The rest of the NFL’s teams kickoff their season this Sunday and Monday in a battle… Read More ›

  • Savannah State vs Florida State

    Savannah State University is getting money basically to go to bigger stronger schools and get blown out and humiliated on national television. Florida State is predicted to beat Savannah State by seventy and a half points.That’s right 70 1/2 points!… Read More ›

  • How the Pac-12 Fared Last Week And Improvments to Look For

    The Pac-12 had some issues last week. Many of their teams played close games against teams they should have, or normally, blow out. Unfortunately for most of the Pac-12 their opponents this week are tougher than last weeks. So let’s… Read More ›

  • Previewing Week 2’s Big Games!

    With the kickoff of the Pittsburgh-Cincinatti game tonight, the second week of college football will be underway.  I’m off to an ok start, but unfortunately the slate this week looks a little bland.  Next week should be much better in… Read More ›

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  • Virginia Beach and Bellevue Join Seattle in the Arena Race

    While the Seattle City Council has been on its summer vacation; the Virginia Beach City Council has cobbled together a $350 million dollar arena proposal designed at bringing NHL and/or NBA to North Beach. This plan is the second plan… Read More ›

  • A Star is Born: Golovkin Takes Apart Proska in American Debut

    A star shined bright in Verona, New York yesterday as Gennady Golovkin (24-0 21KO) of Kazakhstan lived up to and exceeded expectations by brutalizing a good fighter in Grzegorz Proska (28-2 21KO) within five rounds. Golovkin came into the fight… Read More ›

  • The Pac-12 Power Rankings After Week One

    As I set out this weekend of watching College Football I really didn’t expect there to be a lot of change in my power rankings for this week. The Pac-12 watched one of its games get postponed and three of… Read More ›

  • Daniel Geale Outworks Felix Sturm In Germany

    Daniel Geale (28-1 15KO) earned the biggest and most important victory of his career by defeating Felix Sturm (37-3-2 16KO) in his own backyard by split decision. The fact that he was able to beat Sturm by a close decision… Read More ›

  • The Take Away From Last Night; Looking at the Three Games I Watched

    Last night saw the return of college football and for some fan bases it was a night that gave credence to their preseason optimism and for others last night was reality slapping them across the face. Fifteen teams opened up… Read More ›

  • Previewing the Rest of Week 1

    Well yesterday didn’t turn out the way I expected.  Washington State got blown out 30-6 by BYU and people are calling for Leach’s head.  Well people Rome wasn’t built in a day, and this turnaround might be an even bigger… Read More ›

  • College Football is Back

    Well ladies and gentlemen it’s that time of year again. It is the time of year for people to armchair Quarterback and coach. It is time of year for people to rejoice in upsets and agonize over narrow losses. It… Read More ›

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