Month: September 2016

NFL News

Penalties Hurt Giants In First Loss of The Season

The New York Giants lost their first game of the Ben McAdoo era to the Washington Redskins 29-27. This game gave most Giants fans flashbacks of 2015 with a number of mental mistakes that ended up costing the team games. A new year and some of the same mistakes plague this team, even though they […]

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Terence Crutcher’s Death Was The Last Straw For Russell Westbrook

“A terrorist in New Jersey bombs New York has a shoot out with cops and gets grazed with a bullet. And safely arrested. A man with car trouble in Tulsa gets TAZED then shot. And then they stand there. Don’t offer him aid, comfort, nothing. No gun. No criminal activity. And I’ve heard people say […]

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College Football

Big 12 Power Rankings: Week 3

There isn’t any secret to be kept, the Big 12 is the nation’s worst power 5 conference. From the fact that no one is ranked in the top 15 of the AP poll, to the wishy-washy stance on conference expansion, the conference has been nothing short of embarrassing. That’s all without mentioning the product on […]

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College Football

OU is in a Dark Place But Mixon Is Shining

Joe Mixon touched down on the University of Oklahoma’s campus in 2014. With that came a lot of expectations from him, although he was fresh out of high school and still very immature. Shortly after his arrival, this highly anticipated presence became an enemy to some Sooner fans and many people nationally due to him […]

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NFL News

Prescott Shows More Promise In The Cowboys’ First Win

Sunday afternoon was a great one for Dallas Cowboy quarterback Dak Prescott, who led his team to a 27-23 victory over the Washington Redskins. This was his first NFL victory and he did it against the Cowboys biggest rival, on the road. Prescott resembled a seasoned veteran as he completed 22-of-30 passes, for 292 yards, one […]

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New York’s Rookie Fuels Giants To Big Win To Start 2-0

The New York Giants beat the New Orleans Saints 16-13, which is a big improvement from last year when they struggled to stop Drew Brees and the Saints’ offense. This year is a different story with Brees completing only 29-of-44 passes for 263 yards and a touchdown. The Giants offense had 417 total yards on […]

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College Football

Sooner Rather Than Later

I wanted to wait before writing this story to ensure the world was still turning and the sky, in fact, had not fallen. It was a tough night in Norman Oklahoma as the Sooners took their second “L” of the season in a 45-24 dismantling. The silver bullets were men among boys as they assaulted […]

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