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  • San Frantic

    The 49ers Have Made Headlines, For All The Wrong Reasons

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    by Johnny Feulner

    The San Francisco 49ers are one of the most powerful teams in the NFL. They own a dynamic quarterback, an established defense, a veteran receiving core, and a coach who knows how to win. There isn’t one facet of their organization that hinders their chances of claiming the elusive Lombardi trophy year-in-and-year-out. On Jan. 19, 2014, their bid for a second-straight Superbowl appearance failed to materialize, and lost to the eventual champions – the Seattle Seahawks. And ever since, San Francisco has been flailing around in a dust...

  • DemoraLizing

    The Increasing Amount of DL Stints in the Bigs is Extremely Alarming

    Tampa Bay Rays' pitcher Matt Moore (middle) is just one of this year's many injuries in the majors - Mandatory Credit: Orlin Wagner/Associated Press
    by Johnny Feulner

    With the disabled list multiplying by the game, Major League Baseball may have a bigger headache than the instant replay conundrum. Yes, instant replay is arguably the more pressing issue that can be improved, but softening the blow of losing players to the shelf as frequently as it’s happening, is something that the league must strongly discuss. Never have I ever seen such a miasmic occurrence in baseball. We’re use to pitchers firing 120-plus innings, hitters playing through minor injuries, and performing on a consistent basis. These...

  • West Is Best

    Unlike the Eastern Conference, the West’s Finals’ Representative is Anyone’s Guess

    San Antonio Spurs' guard Tony Parker (middle, right) attempts a shot against the Dallas Mavericks - Mandatory Credit: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
    by Johnny Feulner

    With the NBA Playoffs drawing nearer, we are just one spot away – the eighth seed in the West – from ultimately knowing who’s officially all in for a championship bid. And assessing how each conference looks, it’s severely one-sided. In the Eastern Conference, it’s almost a forgone conclusion that either the Indiana Pacers or the Miami Heat will be in the Finals. Yeah, the Chicago Bulls could vie for the title, but that’s just not going to happen. However, in the West, there’s no concrete idea of who’s...

Regardless Of The Haters, CM Punk Chants Will NEVER Die

Posted on: Apr 17 2014 - 3:49pm | #0
In: Articles, WWE
Ben McPhee
wwe.com

True fans will never stop liking one of their favorite superstars/performers. That’s what makes them true fans. If you claim to “love” or admire a certain superstar, then nothing should detour you away from being a loyal follower. I remember my first match I ever watched was Earthquake vs. Jake ‘The Snake” Roberts. Roberts was a face (good guy) at the time. He has had many swerves in his career and I never stopped liking him. I might have thought at times he was more creepy than others, but that’s why his character worked so well. Even when he betrayed my favorite wrestler at the time in the late Ultimate Warrior, I still admired him, and I wasn’t even 10 years old and I still had his back. He was a...

Bellator 116 Overview And Results

Posted on: Apr 17 2014 - 3:32pm | #0
In: Articles, MMA
Matthew Salzer
Bellator.com

Bellator 116 was a blast at the Pechanga Resort and Casino on Friday April 11th with a stacked card and many developments: ~ Heavyweight Tournament Semifinals ~ To kick off the night kick boxer “Mighty Mo”...

Former NFL standout Chad Johnson is signing with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL) - Mandatory Credit: James Lang/USA TODAY Sports

Report: Chad Johnson Signs Two-Year Deal with Montreal of the CFL

Chad Johnson is back to playing football. After spending the week working out for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL), Johnson is reportedly signing a two-year deal with them – according to the Alouettes’ Twitter handle. IT’S OFFICIAL: @ochocinco puts pen to paper with @PoppJim. Bienvenue à #HuitCinq chez les #Alouettes!...

Posted on: Apr 17 2014 - 3:26pm | #0
In: Articles, CFL, Featured, News, NFL
Johnny Feulner
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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...

Report: Duke Forward Jabari Parker is Entering the 2014 NBA Draft

Duke' forward Jabari Parker (right) could be the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NBA Draft - Mandatory Credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

After just one season at Duke, forward Jabari Parker is NBA-bound. According to ESPN.com, Parker is reportedly set to forego his sophomore year and enter the 2014 NBA Draft, where he’s expected to be selected within the top-three picks. Official: Jabari Parker will enter the 2014 NBA Draft. pic.twitter.com/SsLjFsVS4m — ESPN College BBall (@ESPNCBB) April 17, 2014 Parker, who...

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Love Them or Hate Them, The UFC Needs The Diaz Brothers

You can be their biggest fans or their biggest haters, either way you watch when then Diaz brothers fight. The UFC has turned...