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    Johnny Manziel is the Most Ambivalent Impending Draftee in Ages

    Draft hopeful Johnny Manziel is either a boom or bust, there's no in-between - Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports
    by Johnny Feulner

    Forgoing his junior season and declaring for the NFL Draft back in early January, Johnny Manziel has to be thee most debated prospect in quite some time. Personally, I don’t think I’ve ever heard of such a cyclic pattern of evaluations towards a particular player. Manziel’s a quarterback you either like, or don’t – there’s no in-between. And the same goes for his future in the NFL. He’s set to be an absolute star, or fail miserably. Projected to be a top-10 draft pick, the enigmatic 21-year-old has been...

  • Kids These Days

    Bryce Harper Needs To Learn How To Be A Leader (Video)

    Nationals' manager Matt Williams pulled budding star Bryce Harper after he failed to run out a ground ball in Saturday's tilt against St. Louis - Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth/USA TODAY Sports
    by Johnny Feulner

    The day hard-hitting phenom Bryce Harper fell into the Washington Nationals’ laps felt like Christmas. An all-around prolifically gifted athlete, nabbing Harper – knowing they’d already drafted Stephen Strasburg – was a sign of hope for Nats’ fans and their organization that help was on the way. Back in 2009, Harper, then 16-years-old and performing for Las Vegas High School as a sophomore, was honored with a Sports Illustrated cover. But what was possibly more intriguing, was what they were projecting him to eventually...

  • Gronk Smashed

    A Healthy Rob Gronkowski is New England’s Only Chance at Reaching Super Bowl

    Patriots' tight end Rob Gronkowski has been injured more than he's played in his career - Mandatory Credit: Steven Senne/Associated Press
    by Johnny Feulner

    After reaching the Super Bowl in 2011 and losing to the New York Giants, New England has yet to return. In fact, since capturing three titles in the early 2000′s, the Patriots have gone 0-2 in the big game – losing to New York both times. New England’s recent turmoil can be attributed to a various reasons – specifically their end-zone protectors. However, now that they’ve revamped their mediocre defense, there’s only one factor that will ultimately decide whether or not New England is Super Bowl-bound. Yes, of...

Report: Spurs’ Gregg Popovich Wins Coach Of The Year Award

Posted on: Apr 22 2014 - 3:59pm | #0
In: Articles, Featured, NBA, News
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San Antonio Spurs' head coach Gregg Popovich (left) has three career Coach of the Year Awards - Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im/USA TODAY Sports

After leading the San Antonio Spurs to the best record in the NBA (62-20), it’s only fitting that head coach Gregg Popovich gets rewarded for it. According to, Popovich has reportedly won the Coach of the Year Award, making it his third career Red Auerbach trophy. Gregg Popovich was just named NBA Coach of the Year. He can barely contain his excitement. — ESPN (@espn) April 22, 2014 Since the accolade was created in 1962-63, Popovich is one of three coaches to have ever claimed three COY trophies, joining both Pat Riley and Don Nelson – per In winning at least 50 games this season, San Antonio has now achieved that milestone in 15-straight campaigns – with Popovich at the helm. Ranking...

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Can Duke Repeat as NCAA Lacrosse Champions?

The Duke Blue Devils won the 2013 NCAA championship with a 16-10 victory over Syracuse in the finals. So far this year, Duke is 6-2...

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Can the Vancouver Stealth Survive if Attendance Doesn’t Improve?

The Vancouver Stealth moved to Canada from Everett, WA following the 2013 season after failing to establish a solid fan base. During...

Fabricio Werdum Never Quit, Becoming The Epitome Of A UFC Role Model

Fabricio Werdum vs Roy Nelson ~ Mandatory Credit: Lin

Every MMA champion should pride themselves on being the top guy/woman and should be a great role model for the sport of mixed martial arts. The problem is, some champions are not, as well as most challengers. Most fighters now a days just want to become champion cause they know that’s who makes all the money. MMA has some great ambassadors and role models, but they seem to dwindle...


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Fabricio Werdum outclasses Travis Browne

  Fabricio Werdum has announced himself as the number 1 contender after a 5 round demolition of Travis Browne on UFConFox11...