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Day: October 2, 2016

United States Defeats Europe, Wins Ryder Cup

Ryan Moore with a 2-putt to seal the US victory and end the European win streak at 3. Below is a brief analysis of some of Sunday’s head-to-head match-ups. Spieth loses to Stenson, Jordan is now 0-4-0 in singles matches in Ryder/Presidents Cup. Jordan didn’t putt well and Stenson took advantage of every mistake made. Reed and McIlroy was an absolute battle. They looked like two heavyweights throwing hay-maker after hay-maker. The energy, the excitement, the trash talk was incredible. Patrick Reed was too much in the end as he took the point for the Americans. Phil and Sergio...

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Baseball's Regular Season Comes to a Close

Today is the final day of MLB’s regular season. With it, we say good-bye to Jose Fernandez, Vin Scully, and another forgettable season for the White Sox. We say hello to exciting wild card matchups in both leagues and the potential for the Cubs to end their 108-year World Series drought. Whether your team finished with the best record in baseball or dead last in their division, the 2016 season was nothing short of memorable.   Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens...

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Blackhawks Preseason Off To a Slow Start

The Chicago Blackhawks have completed three preseason hockey games as of last night, getting off to a bit of a slow start. Losing two out of three in preseason play doesn’t really matter, but getting shut out their first two games isn’t too promising. Luckily, it’s just the preseason. There were some scoring chances for the Hawks but they couldn’t capitalize. The one thing the preseason allows is the fans to get prepared for the season and the coaches to see young talent that is coming up through the system. But getting shut-out two games in a row by...

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