With the conclusion of February, March Madness is just around the corner. In this final week leading up to the event, teams are scrambling to show the selection committee why they deserve to be in the field of 68. Four teams (Kansas, Villanova, UCLA, and Gonzaga) have received number 1 votes in the AP Top 25 … Continue reading 2017 March Madness Predictions and Advice
Nick Kyrgios was in the headlines last week, but not for winning Marseille (250) like last year. In his semifinal 3-set loss to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Kyrgios called the chair umpires, "biased as s**t." This instance is one of many tantrums thrown by arguably the most talented rising stars on the ATP World Tour. Over Nick's … Continue reading Nick Kyrgios Doesn’t Like Tennis And He is Chill With That
There have been a lot of interesting developments in the first couple of weeks of play, and since the Australian Open has just come to a close, I wanted to make some predictions for the long year ahead. The ATP is undergoing tremendous change in its’ rankings. The big four (Djokovic, Murray, Nadal, Federer) has … Continue reading 2017 ATP Predictions
With the ATP and WTA seasons starting up again after their offseason, players are trying to start the new year well. While in junior tennis, two of the biggest tournaments just finished (Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl), and the top juniors are preparing for the Australian Open. One thing brings everyone together is improving until … Continue reading Tennis Player’s Peak Age and Month Born
The Australian Open starts in a day, and for the first time, Andy Murray will be the number 1 seed at a grand slam. Many questions arise including, will he be able to get revenge on Djokovic in the finals after losing to Novak in Doha, or will the reigning champion defend his title? As … Continue reading 2017 Australian Open Bracket Predictions
The quest to the Super Bowl is drawing nearer. Only 12 teams remain to achieve the ultimate prize in football. But who will prevail and who will fall? The defending champions, the Denver Broncos, failed to clinch a playoff spot, and the Raiders lost Derek Carr to an injury crushing their chances of winning a … Continue reading 2016-2017 NFL Playoff Predictions
This Summer and Fall has been extraordinarily special for Cleveland fans. The Cavaliers defeated the Warriors in the NBA Championship after falling into a 3-1 hole, as well as the Indians reaching the World Series and almost beating the Cubs. But, with all this success, there still is failure. Enter the Browns. The Browns have … Continue reading Will the Cleveland Browns Go 0-16, Winless?
With the NFL Playoffs around the corner, teams are fighting for every last win (or loss for teams vying for the 1st overall draft pick). Some teams have already clinched playoff spots (Cowboys and Seahawks), but for others, it is impossible to make it (49ers, Jaguars, Browns, Rams, Bears, and Jets). So, now in the … Continue reading What Does It Take To Make The NFL Playoffs?
Twenty-eight states have already legalized medical marijuana, but the country’s leading entertainment still has a ban on weed even though studies have proven that medical marijuana has been able to heal and relieve pain. It could even help prevent concussions and CTE. Finally, alcohol has been proven to be worse for you than weed. So, … Continue reading Should the NFL Legalize Medical Marijuana?
A first round fantasy draft pick, getting injured is improbable, but with only 4 fantasy points to his name in two games, Adrian Peterson has been the biggest disappointment this season. Injuries will be the biggest factor in your fantasy football downfall. Another player with a season-ending injury already is Keenan Allen, a wide receiver … Continue reading 2016 Fantasy Football Analysis