Day: November 22, 2016

After Technical Difficulties, We Finally Learned the NHL Vegas Team Name

Folks, that introductory press conference was terrible. This sums it up nicely: In fairness, the NHL let the other 30 teams protect all the good IT departments. — Down Goes Brown (@DownGoesBrown) November 23, 2016 The video revealing the name would not start. They brought up GM George McPhee, owner Bill Daley, and commissioner Gary Bettman were interviewed multiple times in order to kill time. And we didn’t even get the uniforms. But finally, we got the name. OFFICIAL: We are now YOUR Vegas Golden Knights. #BoldInGold https://t.co/6m5bthPyIY — Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) November 23, 2016 Apparently, the owner...

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It Keeps Getting Worse: Notre Shame Faces Academic Probation

Okay…when exactly did Notre Dame become Blue Mountain State?  If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already heard the news, but if not, let me get you up to speed on what’s going on in the world of Notre Dame football.  Right when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, the Irish get slapped with a year of academic probation by the NCAA and are being forced to vacate all wins from the undefeated 2012 season and the 2013 season.  This is due to a student trainer providing benefits to players who were already suspended for academic reasons.  To my...

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UEFA Champions League Match Day 5 and Title Favorites

Well with match day five looming Tuesday and Wednesday, the elite clubs of Europe are vying to get into the knock out stages of club football’s most prestigious competition the UEFA Champions League (UCL). For those of you that don’t know what the UCL is I’ll provide a brief explanation. The competition is made up of by thirty-two teams split into eight groups and the top two teams from each group move onto the knockout stages. Now that the brief explanation is out of the we can get onto the top games I’m looking forward to this week and I’ll...

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Fox’s Top Ten: Basketball is Back

What a start. We’ve already had quite a bit of movement within these rankings. Wisconsin fell to Creighton on the road (no shame there) and Oregon has struggled mightily without a fully healthy Dillon Brooks–already dropping games to Baylor and Georgetown. I would expect both Wisconsin and Oregon to play their way back into the top ten, but for now they’re on the outside looking in. Louisville and Arizona make their first appearances of the season. Let’s get into it. 10. Louisville (Last Week: Not Ranked) It’s still ridiculous that Louisville administration punished last year’s team with a postseason ban....

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