Month: October 2017

Jimmy Garoppolo Trade Should Have Bears Fans Upset

You didn’t hear it here first, but you certainly heard it by now. Handsome Jimmy G is on his way to the San Francisco for a mere 2nd round pick. John Lynch has shown to be a masterful GM thus far, exceeding the skills of Ryan Pace not once but twice. Although the Bears were not directly involved in this trade between the 49’ers and the Pats, they are certainly feeling the sting of a missed opportunity. The Misinformation Campaign That Never Was At the end of the 2016 seasons, it was very clear to Bears fans that a new...

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LMBF College Football Playoff Picks: Week 10

Week 10 1 2 3 4 Wooding Georgia Alabama Clemson Notre Dame B-Frank Alabama Georgia Ohio State Notre Dame Anton Georgia Alabama Ohio State Clemson Brendan Alabama Clemson Ohio State Notre Dame Norland Alabama Ohio State Georgia Clemson B Fox Alabama Georgia Wisconsin Notre Dame Surges Alabama Georgia Ohio State Penn State Hayes Georgia Alabama Notre Dame Clemson Jackson Alabama Georgia Ohio State Notre Dame Neil Alabama Georgia Ohio State Clemson Hank Alabama Ohio State Clemson Georgia Share this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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Garoppolo To 49ers, Ajayi To Eagles Highlight Crazy NFL Trade Deadline Deals

Not many trades usually go down at the NFL trade deadline. This was FAR from the case this year, with many top players being dealt Monday night. While it *technically* started with the Texans trading Pro Bowl-lineman Duane Brown to the Seahawks, the real chips starting flying when hyped New England Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was dealt to the San Francisco 49ers for a second round pick. Garoppolo has been a name that has always been in the rumor mill to be traded, so it was interesting to see him be dealt for just a second round draft...

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Hate Week: Battle of the Bricks

2017 version of the blackout jerseys 👍🏻👍🏻 @adidasfootball for the sick new uniforms! Come out Tuesday as we Blackout Peden and #HauntMiami pic.twitter.com/pp7aEiyVrq — Ohio Football (@OhioFootball) October 27, 2017 GAME OF THE YEAR – Don’t miss your chance to #HauntMiami 10.31.17 đź‘» at Peden Stadium – 8 p.m. #BlackOutPeden #BleedGreen #Battleofthebricks pic.twitter.com/2v2ufvRk2S — Ohio Football (@OhioFootball) October 24, 2017 100% chance of ❄️ for us on Tuesday. Our unis @ Ohio: “Storm Trooper” look Check us out on @SportsCenter’s “Gear Up” segment on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/YD89axKgDw — Miami Football (@MiamiOHFootball) October 26, 2017 ESPN 2 puts the spotlight on...

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Illinois College of Law Softball Week 6

Well, folks, we got our first taste of winter last week but that did not stop some solid softball action. Let’s get right to it.   Results Attractive Nuisances defeat Not My Precedent 13-4 The score does not tell the full story, but 10 hits in a row ended this game and NMP’s chances for a first-round bye Torts Illustrated defeat Athletic Malpractice 20-3 Torts is on cruise control but hats off to AM for scoring on the league’s top-ranked team LitiGators defeat B3 Bashers 16-2 B3’s captain was elated with this outcome as the team only committed 14 errors. Baby steps…. Ball and Order defeat Hughes, Jahnke,...

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The B-Fox and B-Frank Show: October 30th

This week’s episode of the B-Fox and B-Frank Show, the Brians breakdown each and every Top 25 matchup headlined by the game of the day, Penn State-Ohio State. They discuss the death of South Florida and the firing of Jim McElwain at Florida. The guys also looked ahead to a jam-packed Week 10 in College Football with 7 matchups between Top 25 teams including Clemson-NC State, Va Tech-Miami, LSU-Bama and Bedlam. https://media.blubrry.com/let_me_b_frank/p/www.letmebfrankblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/B-Fox-and-B-Frank-Show-10-30-17.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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All I Can Say Is Wow After Watching That Game 5

Wild, wild game. Just when you thought playoff baseball couldn’t get any better, it really fuckin did. Alex Bregman did the honors of ending the game, hitting a walk-off in the 10th, giving the Astros the Game 5 win: The kid @ABREG_1 just DOIN THE DAMN THING. #EarnHistory pic.twitter.com/SEgKJiWHp4 — Houston Astros (@astros) October 30, 2017 You wanted home runs? You got home runs. Altuve, Correa, Gurriel (managed to not be racist in the process), Springer, and McCann all went yard for the ‘Stros while Bellinger hit a three-run home run in the seventh to make it 11-8 before...

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Catalonia 2-0 Madrid

Let me just say, as a writer, I hate to mix sports and politics. Yet, every so often the two cross paths, today is one of those days. Earlier today 12th place Girona beat La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid 2-1. Yes, this is super embarrassing for Real Madrid. In terms of Spanish soccer in La Liga only three teams are super relevant, Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid. To have a top three team take an L to a team that is out of the top 8 is crazy. Shameful score line aside, Girona is a team located in...

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Has Anyone Ever Gotten a More Raw Deal than Steve Harrington in Stranger Things Season 2?

*I guess Spoilers ahead* Steve Harrington has probably had the greatest 180 in TV history, as he starts out season 1 as the antagonist and by the end of season 2 he is without a doubt the most likable character in the show. Which brings me to the point of this blog… Steve Harrington got absolutely CUCKED in Season 2 for no damn reason. season 1: genuinely hate steve harrington with a passion season 2: there is nothing more i adore than steve harrington pic.twitter.com/q5iMteKZmS — max 🌹 (@maxcdesign) October 29, 2017 So we check back in at Season...

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That’s Some Bull$h!t: Team “Didn’t Compete” in OKC Blowout

On Saturday night, patrons of the United Center filled the stands to see several All Stars and hard-working role players, that despite a losing record coming into the night, had very high hopes for their future. I’m talking about the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder, of course, who entered competition Saturday with a 2-3 record.  The starting lineup of Russell Westbrook, Andre Roberson, Paul George, Carmelo Anthony and Steven Adams had fans salivating (back in Oklahoma) as they dismantled our rebuilding Bulls.  Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, the lineup of Grant, Holiday, Zipser, Markkanen and Lopez “didn’t...

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