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About Dale Money

Sports Blogger, an avid fan of Nascar and the Chicago Blackhawks

No. 19 Boise State Face Rival Hawaii In Mountain West Title Game

Dale Money | December 6th, 2019

Boise State hosts the Mountain West title for the third year in a row, having gone 1-1 against Fresno State on the past two occasions. After an 11-1 season, Boise currently sits 19th in the CFP Rankings. They come into this game not only looking to correct their failures of last year but also greatly improve their current Bowl chances.

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Blue Bombers And Ticats Meet In Calgary For The 107th CFL Grey Cup

Dale Money | November 22nd, 2019

Its been 35 years since both the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Ticats, met in a title game. Looking towards the present, these are now the only two teams without a Grey Cup win in this century. Hamilton’s last one being in 1999 when they won 33-21 over the Calgary Stampeders. For the Blue Bombers, you need to go all the way back to 1990 when they knocked off the Edmonton Eskimos in dominating fashion 50-11. Their last finals appearance being in 2011 when they lost to the B.C. Lions in Vancouver. Continue reading

Denny Hamlin Snipes Final Four Spot In The Desert

Dale Money | November 11th, 2019

Needing to get one of the last two spots, Denny Hamlin would put on a very decisive performance in Phoenix. Earning himself the victory along with a seat at the Final Four table in Homestead. Hamlin had one of the quickest cars all day, topping most laps led with 143.

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What Ride Will Cole Custer Be In For 2020?

Dale Money | November 8th, 2019

Where will Cole Custer be in 2020? It’s a dilemma that is still up in the air as another season inches further and further to a close. There has been a lot of debate on whether he should stay in Xfinity another year, driving the No. 00 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas or the second option. Which would be making the leap to Monster Energy Series full time and taking over the No. 41 ride currently held by one Daniel Suarez.

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England Faces South Africa In World Cup Final

Dale Money | November 1st, 2019

After six weeks of exciting World Cup Rugby, it comes down to a Saturday finale between two familiar foes in England and South Africa. These two national sides have quite an interesting past history, which dates far back as 1906 during what was the South African rugby tour of Europe.  It was the first international tour by a team from South Africa and came just four years after the Boer war. The game was played in Crystal Palace ending in a 3-3 standstill. Since that time they have battled amongst each other in 41 test matches, with the Springboks leading the all-time series 25-15-2. Continue reading

Martin Truex Jr. Qualifies For Homestead After Convincing Win

Dale Money | October 28th, 2019

It was a very convincing showing for Martin Truex Jr., taking over the lead from Denny Hamlin during the first wave of pit stops and not relinquishing it from there on out. In dominating fashion, Truex would lead 464 of the race’s 500 laps, if there was one driver that had at least a little something for the nineteen it would be William Byron

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