Rays Force Game 5

Tampa Bay was a Wild Card team coming into the 2019 post season. Not only did they defeat the Oakland A's, but have shown multiple facets in the ALDS against the Astro's. The Ray's challenged the favorites in many ways like exquisite pitching and even better defensive plays. In the bottom of the first, Tommy... Continue Reading →

Nats Steal NL Wild Card

It was an emotional start to the postseason in D.C. last night. The nations capital would undergo trauma early in the first inning of the National Leauge Wild Card game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Winner takes all, and advances to play the Los Angeles Dodgers later this week. Here’s how it went down... The Nationals... Continue Reading →

Ferrari Misfortune = Mercedes Dream

The Grand Prix in Sochi was more eventful than expected, and not due to collisions. The Ferrari team controversy in Singapore from last week continued in Russia on race day. Charles Lecrec and Sebastian Vettel shared difficulty racing for team points due to their desire to take first place over the other man, no matter... Continue Reading →

UNC Football Play Calling Goes Wrong

It was obvious from the start, Clemson’s QB was under pressure and their normal level of cohesion was unbalanced. Unlike the defending champions natural behavior, they had multiple false start penalties along with a fumble against an unranked team.  Clemson is a team now 5-0, who had their biggest defeat over an unranked Charlotte team... Continue Reading →

F1 Sochi Practice Take Aways

Formula 1 practice is an opportunity for drivers to feel out the track and create strategies with their team. Some drivers are more than experienced here at the Sochi Circuit in Russia, but that doesn't mean their equipment has not improved with time along with their mentality. Since Ferrari is on a 3 race win-streak,... Continue Reading →

One Month Away – World Series Countdown

@astros Twitter Page Believe it or not, the World Series is 28 days away! But before that champagne is popped, its the best of 30 teams. In the AL East, the New York Yankees have clinched the division (102-55) with just 5 more away games. On the other side of the country, the Houston Astros... Continue Reading →

The Replacements

Mark LoMoglio - Associated Press If you read, "The Year of the Injured QB" or have been caught up with the NFL in the slightest, you would know this years starting quarter backs have been sent to the bench. Normally, this would have been a photo of #10 Eli Manning, but he has passed the... Continue Reading →

Pit Stops & Patience – Vettel Takes Fifth Win in Singapore

Ferrari has had success in its last few Grand Prix’s, but not all of them from the same source. At the Grand Prix in Singapore, a new driver on the second place team took first place for the full 25 points in the drivers championship. The Marina Bay Street Circuit was an unorthodox race because... Continue Reading →

UFC Fight Night – The Lead Up and Let Down

UFC Fight Night took place over 7,000 miles above sea level in Mexico City, Mexico. This elevation brought some fighters in several weeks early to prepare endurance techniques for the event. The total number of fights was 13, but 5 would carve themselves onto the main card. Mexican fighter Martin "Toro" Bravo, went head to... Continue Reading →

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