The Bears got a W!!! Chicago was able to grind out an overtime W against the Danny Woodhead-less Baltimore Ravens on Sunday winning 27-24. In rookie Mitch Trubisky’s second game as an NFL starting quarterback, the North Carolina-product only went 8-16 for 113 yards and a touchdown, but it was enough to get the Bears the W. Jordan Howard had a hell of a game, rushing for 167 yards on 36 carries (36!), and Tarik Cohen even threw a 21-yard touchdown to Zach Miller on a halfback pass. The defense played stout football throughout the game, even getting a...Read More
Author: Brendan Jones
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In an upset that NOBODY saw coming, unranked Syracuse beat the second ranked team in the country by defeating the Clemson Tigers 27-24 on Friday night. It is the first time the Orange have beat a top 10 team since upsetting Virginia Tech in 2002. A combination of starting quarterback Kelly Bryant exiting the game with a concussion and perfect execution from the Syracuse side ended the longest current winning streak in the FBS with Clemson losing to Syracuse Friday night. The win has been described as a “program changer” for Syracuse, a school not quite known for their...Read More
While most people were busy watching the Cubs’ game 5 against the Nationals tonight, the biggest hit of the night happened on the ice with the Blackhawks’ John Hayden landed a killer haymaker against the Minnesota’s Marcus Foligno: John Hayden with a great scrap against Foligno and lands a huge right hand for the knockdown. #Blackhawks pic.twitter.com/Wob2YnaOz8 — MLP (@Pappy_Hour) October 13, 2017 Johnny "one punch" Hayden pic.twitter.com/nzOPcZ4pyr — Mike Grinnell (@MikeGrinnell_) October 13, 2017 I have said it once and I will say it again, John Hayden is an unfair human. The kid is only 22, went to...Read More
Why We Love Sports: Golden Knights Hold Awesome Pre-Game Ceremony To Honor Vegas Shooting First Responders
While headlines like this should not have to exist in the first place, what happened Tuesday night in Las Vegas was something really special. The Golden Knights, Las Vegas’ new NHL team, held a pre-game ceremony to honor the first responders of last week’s terrible mass shooting at the nearby Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. True heroes. Terrific introductions. Well done, Vegas. #VegasStrong pic.twitter.com/5hIv7ibYl8 — Spittin' Chiclets (@spittinchiclets) October 11, 2017 While Las Vegas obviously has the reputation summed up in the quote “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”, people often overlook that many great, caring individuals call...Read More