Monthly Archives: August 2011


Fantasy Football Sleeper Team

By Nathan Castaneda A fantasy championship isn’t won with the number one overall pick, or even your first rounder, it’s won with the late round picks and the waiver wire pick-ups. Every year guys seemingly come out of nowhere to produce monster fantasy numbers. Arian Foster and Mike Vick are great examples from last year. […]

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To Pay or Not to Pay, The Great Debate

By Zach Beehler Make no mistake, college athletes get paid. My college education cost roughly $70,000 after adding up the gaudy tuition prices, room and board/rent, textbooks, food, late night Jack in the Box and of course bottles and bottles of Rolling Rock. It costs student athletes roughly the same amount. However, they have some/most/all of their […]

Philadelphia Eagles v Washington Redskins

The Vick Pick

By Nathan Castaneda With the NFL season fast approaching, it’s time to think about our favorite football hobby, fantasy football. Drafting in the first round is pretty straight forward year in and year out with everyone loading up on the key running backs since they are normally the high scorers and there are so few […]


Jim Thome

By Zach Beehler Up until this week only seven men in the history of the game of baseball had hit 600 home runs. Seven larger than life figures. Seven men whose place in baseball history will live forever. Ruth, the grandest of them all, possibly the biggest and brightest star the game has ever seen. Mays, Aaron and Griffey, three […]


NFL Season Preview: NFC Predictions

By Tyler Curtis I love the NFC. Sure, the top 6 AFC teams are better than the top 6 in the NFC, but the NFC is deeper from top to bottom in my opinion, which makes for a lot of parody. Unlike the AFC, it’s tough to predict the winner of every division. So, here […]

NFL Season Preview: AFC Projections

By Tyler Curtis Consistency is the word that best describes the AFC over the last half decade or so. You can always expect the same teams to be in the playoffs. The Steelers, Colts, and Patriots are the only teams to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl over the last 8 years. Will this […]

Tiger, Iron Mike, and the Chatty Caddy

By Zach Beehler Tiger Wood’s return to professional golf came and went this past weekend. He played neither well nor poor. He looked exactly like a man who hadn’t played competitive golf for three months. He seemed mildly pleased about his play and seems encouraged for what lies ahead. Glory’s last chance is fast approaching […]


Farewell to Entourage

By Zach Beehler The hit HBO television show Entourage is back for its 8th and final season. The show has become a cult classic among men by threading the needle between pure fantasy and improbable reality. Every Entourage fan has fantasized about having their own personal Entourage and parading around LA without a care in […]