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KBO Week Four Rankings

Alex Kielar | June 1st, 2020

The MLB season is looking in doubt at the moment as the owners and the MLBPA cannot reach an agreement; it’s the billionaires versus the millionaires. We will be getting the MLB Draft with the shortened five rounds on June 10, but for now, all we have to fill the void is the KBO. There isn’t much movement in these rankings this week. Let’s get into this week’s rankings. Continue reading

NASCAR Xfinity Series DFS: Brandon Jones

NASCAR Xfinity Series DFS: Bristol Cheddar’s 300

Dale Money and Brandon Braasch | June 1st, 2020

The Xfinity Series next stop is Bristol Motor Speedway in the thunder valley. The race was originally scheduled for Saturday but due to rain in Charlotte, it is now Monday night. This will be the third Xfinity race since returning to action. Chase Briscoe won the first race at Darlington and Kyle Busch won the second race at Charlotte.

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UFC On ESPN 9 Tyron Woodley

UFC On ESPN 9: Woodley Vs Burns| Preview, Predictions, Bets

Steve Seufert | May 29th, 2020

There is a full slate of action for the UFC on ESPN 9 Saturday night. Here is a breakdown of all the action and some tips on how to try to bet on the action. Continue reading

KBO Power Rankings: Chang-mo Koo

KBO Week Three Power Rankings

Alex Kielar | May 26th, 2020

This KBO season seems to be flying by as we hit the three-week mark for these rankings. We are getting closer to hopefully having an MLB season, but in the meantime let’s continue to fill the baseball void.

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KBO Week Two Power Rankings

Alex Kielar | May 18th, 2020

We are now through two weeks of the KBO season and can get a better idea of who these teams are. The team at the top of these rankings is on an absolute tear right now, while the cellar dwellers are reeling. Then you got your middle of the pack teams just trying to keep pace with the leaders and avoid the cellar. Let’s get into it.

10. SK Wyverns (1-10)

Previous: 10 

They have lost nine games in a row after picking up their first win, but they have run into two walls in the LG Twins and NC Dinos this week, two of the top-tier teams in the KBO. They lost two of the games, one versus each of them, by just one run but the other four were fairly convincing, losing by four runs or more. There really isn’t anything positive to see with this team for the future, they currently have a league-worst -37 run differential. Their lone bright spot is outfielder Dong-min Kim who is tied for the league lead with five home runs and is slashing .351/.429/.811.

9. Samsung Lions (4-8)

Previous: 6

After a promising start to the week, taking two out of three from the Heroes, the Lions fell flat on their face and got swept in convincing fashion, 14-6, 10-4, 9-2, by the KT Wiz. That puts the Lions in the spot the Wiz were in last week. Former Philadelphia Phillies and Tokyo Yakult Swallows (Nippon Pro Baseball) pitcher David Buchanan was masterful in his start against the Heroes on Wednesday, going seven shutout innings, surrendering just two hits and one walk, and striking out eight. They don’t have too consistent hitting, with just three hitters with at least 20 plate appearances slugging at least .400, and two hitting .300 or higher. Sang-su Kim went 8-for-18 this past week and is slashing .324/.477/.412. Dong-yeop Kim has the highest slugging on the team at .460, which is 31st in the league.

8. Kia Tigers (5-7)

Previous: 7

Despite winning one more game than they did last week, the Tigers had a -3 run differential this week and went 3-3. Foreign-born players Aaron Brooks and Preston Tucker have continued to dominate for them. Tucker hit two more home runs to tie for the league lead with five and went 10-for-24. He is now slashing .444/.510/.911 in 51 plate appearances. Brooks did struggle a bit in his most recent start on Sunday, giving up four earned runs and 11 over 5 1/3 innings, taking his first loss in his only decision so far. In his first start on Tuesday, however, he went seven innings and surrendered just one earned run. He currently holds a 3.00 ERA and 1.28 WHIP with 17 strikeouts.

7. Hanwha Eagles (5-7)

Previous: 8

They lost two out of three against the Tigers, but the losses were only but one run each and then took two of three from the 6-2, now 7-4, Giants. Min-woo Kim pitched a dominant seven innings in both of his starts this week while giving up just one run and striking out 14. Woo-ram Jung picked up his second and third saves on Thursday and Friday. Ju-suk Ha went 7-for-23 this week to put his slashline at .333/.349/.405.

6. KT Wiz (4-7)

Previous: 9

They started the week getting swept by the hands of the Dinos, but all three games were one run games, and then swept the Lions. The Wiz definitely aren’t as bad as they looked last week, which is what merits them a move up three spots. They scored 14, 10, and 9 runs in their wins over the Lions, while Mel Rojas Jr. continued to rake, going 10-for-25 with one homer. Rojas Jr. is now slashing .426/.460/.660 in 50 PAs. Jeong-dae Bae has also hit well, going 8-for-21 and is slashing .361/.410/.500. Baek-ho Kang is leading the team in homers with four as he hit two this week and is slashing .333/.400/.756.

5. Kiwoom Heroes (7-5)

Previous: 3

The Heroes lost four games in a row this week, making them fall two spots. Jung-hoo Lee went 7-for-21 and one homer and is the leading hitter right now, with a .372/.449/.721 slashline. Eric Jokisch, who previously pitched for the Chicago Cubs, was masterful in his two starts, pitched through six innings in both games. He gave up just one unearned run and five hits and struck out ten batters. His ERA is now sitting at 0.53 after three starts so far this season.

4. Lotte Giants (7-4)

Previous: 1

After being the only undefeated team remaining after week one, the Giants only won four games this past week. They had a -9 run differential and are not looking as dominant as they did last week when I had said it could be them and the Dinos on a crash course. Right-hander Dan Straily continued to strike batters out, as he struck out 11 more in his first start of the week and four more in his second to put his total at 19. This is tied for the league lead and he is averaging over 10 strikeouts per nine. He pitched a seven-inning, three-hit shutout in the first start; his ERA is now 2.12. Jun-woo Jeon his two homers to up his total to four, while Ah-seop Son is slashing .405/.532/.541 through 49 PAs.

3. Doosan Bears (7-4)

Previous: 4

They won both of their series and went 4-2 this week, using their solid hitting to boost them. They have six hitters with over 35 PAs still hitting over .300, while José Miguel Fernández continues to rake with a .479/.519/.729 slashline and two homers. Jae-il Oh is also hitting over .400 with a .404 batting average. Their pitching hasn’t been too consistent, but their hitting has been able to bail them out.

2. LG Twins (7-4)

Previous: 5

The Twins were on a roll, winning six games in a row before losing their latest game on Sunday versus the Heroes. Their winning streak started when they handed the top team in these rankings, the Dinos, their first loss last week. Roberto Ramos hit two more homers to get to four on the season, as he slashes .378/.477/.784, Hyun-soo Kim is slashing .400/.438/.644 and Chun-woong Lee is slashing .333/.391/.429.

1. NC Dinos (10-1)

Previous: 2

Their only loss this season was to Twins, who are certainly a legitimate team, and they have a +31 run differential. The Dinos have had a great combination of pitching and hitting. They have three pitchers who still haven’t surrendered a single run, including Chang-mo Koo who has pitched 14 innings while surrounding only six hits and three walks, and striking out 18 batters. Sung-bum Na hit three homers this week to increase his total to four, and Min-woo Park is slashing .432/.479/.636. They have two hitters, Jin-sung Kang and Min-suk Park, who have three homers in addition to Na’s four.

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Goat vs a Tiger: Michael Jordan vs Joe Exotic

The Goat vs a Tiger: A Battle Between Michael Jordan and the Tiger King?

Alex Kielar | May 17th, 2020

I know what you’re thinking, this year has been crazy and weird enough without a hypothetical meeting between the greatest basketball player of all time (sit down LeBron riders) and a crazy tiger zoo owner. It’s May 2020 and I thought I would be writing about the Yankees being already at least ten games ahead in the AL East, not whatever this is. But here we are. “The Last Dance” and “Tiger King” have been the two most-watched shows during this quarantine, making this only right.

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UFC Fight Night – Alistair Overeem vs Walt Harris

Steve Seufert | May 15th, 2020

The third UFC card in seven days and this never gets old. This card has some sleeper potential with a lot of young fighters. Rodrigo Nascimento, Dan Ige, Anthony Hernandez, and Marlon Vera all stand out. There’s a lot of fights with close lines, tipping us off to what should be a really competitive night. You may not recognize all the names but we are in for a good one.

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UFC on ESPN+ 29 – Glover Teixeira vs Anthony Smith: Preview, Odds, Picks

Steve Seufert | May 13th, 2020

Two UFC cards in five days? Sign me up. Dana White has gone all out and managed to land a card for a Wednesday ESPN+ event that looks to be stacked with recognizable talent. Much like UFC 249, this event will take place in Jacksonville, Florida at the Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena. This card is headlined by legendary light heavyweight Glover Teixeira and recent title contender, Anthony Smith. I expect complete chaos throughout the card, shedding more positive light on the UFC as they continue to pump out entertainment.

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KBO Week 1 Power Rankings

Alex Kielar  | May 11th, 2020

We are now one week into the KBO season and after watching a few of the first few games and doing some research, I am here to give you my first power rankings of the season. Every Monday is the universal off day for all KBO teams, so that is when I will have my weekly power rankings. It’s clearly a small sample size so far and I don’t know much about the KBO yet, but I will do my best to rank them fairly. With all that out of the way, let’s get to the power rankings. Continue reading

Four quarantine shows: Elena Delle Donne

Four Quarantine Shows & Challenges That Have Made Staying at Home Bearable

Michaela Smalley | May 10th, 2020

In this midst of this year’s untimely global pandemic, professional athletes across the nation have gotten extremely creative with their social media accounts to engage with fans on an unprecedented level. Here are a few of the best. Continue reading

UFC 249 – Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje: Preview, Odds, Picks

Steve Seufert | May 7th, 2020

Finally! We get an actual sporting event that you can bet on. At this point, I’m sure people are just excited to watch live sports action. These bouts will take place at Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. Dana White really spruced this card up with high-level talent. I think there are some really good underdog spots to attack from a sports betting angle. As always, there’s definitely value to be had within the fight props. Let’s get this UFC 249 preview started.

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Valentino Rossi, Yamaha #46

MotoGP Is Finding Ways To Get Through Racing Halt

Dale Money | April 26th, 2020

Everyone is trying to make do as the Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on our lives. In the past handful of weeks, MotoGP has followed the lead of NASCAR by hosting a virtual series of their own. This was all done through the MotoGP 2019 video game. Nine riders were involved including six-time champion Marc Marquez, Alex Marquez, Fabio Quartararo, and Francesco Bagnaia.

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Purdue Center Matt Haarms Transferring; Another Big Man On The Move

Brian Wolf | April 7th, 2020

Purdue University announced that Matt Haarms is transferring. The 7’3″ big man caught the coaching staff by surprise by entering the transfer portal as a graduate transfer. He will be eligible immediately for the 2020-21 season.

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Louisville Cardinals Land Top Grad Transfer

Brian Wolf | April 6th, 2020  

Chris Mack and his Louisville coaching staff got a big get this weekend, with the commitment of graduate transfer Carlik Jones. The former Radford Highlander, Jones earned Big South Player of the Year accolades averaging 20 points per game, along with 5.1 rebounds to go along with 5.5 assists. He was a first-team All-Big South selection during the 2018-19 season as well.

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Ten XFL Players NFL Teams Should Target

Shade Piper | March 22nd, 2020

As with most sports leagues in the United States, and throughout many leagues across the world for that matter, COVID-19 has ended the inaugural season of the XFL. Because of the early end to the season, XFL players are also able to begin signing with NFL franchises sooner.

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eNascar Pro Invitational Will Look To Fill The Breach For NASCAR Starved Fans

Dale Money  | March 20th, 2020

Last Sunday was meant to be an exciting day of NASCAR at Atlanta, however, due to the Coronavirus scare that was not to be. All of the race events would be suspended at Atlanta Motor Speedway and also the following weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Instead, a replacement race of sorts was assembled by both iRacing and NASCAR to fill the void left by the missed action. It would be broadcast live by Podium eSports on the popular streaming service Twitch. Continue reading

NASCAR Without Wheels? We Say Hell Yes!

Joshua Abbe & Dale Money | March 14th, 2020 

Could iRacing soon become a possible replacement for real-life NASCAR, while it’s on hiatus? Well, we had an alternative idea! We honestly thought about if there is no racing on the track.

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COVID-19 – A Global Pandemic Health Emergency

Dr. Beth Sullivan  | March 12th, 2020 

The beginning of March is normally a major time in many sports. The NBA season is winding down, the MLB is preparing for opening day, predraft events are occurring in the NFL and NCAA basketball is preparing for the annual right of spring, March Madness. This year is going to be a little different and it is all because of COVID-19 or coronavirus. This little bugger is impacting life as we know it. As of today, most if not all of the major sports have opted to suspend play or delay the beginning of the new season because of this global health emergency. Continue reading

Big Ten Tournament Preview- Semifinals and Championship

Tom Greene  | March 12th, 2020 

As promised, the 2nd Big Ten Tournament Preview article is here! Before we get started, a couple of updates.

Nebraska has added the Football team’s Backup QB- Noah Vedral and Offensive Tackle Brant Banks since the publication of Tuesday’s Article. The team was down to seven after suspending two players indefinitely. (Remember last season’s improbable run by the Huskers? They were down to that many players then!)

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The Scorecrow’s “Total B.S.” College Basketball Conference Predictions (Part 2)

Byron Jewell & Sam Schneider | March 11th, 2020

Welcome to part two of our Conference Championship predictions. Byron and Sam are getting you all set with the automatic bids taking you to Selection Sunday this weekend. Make sure to check back next week for our NCAA Tournament predictions featuring sleeper picks, upsets, and what team will be left standing when the dust settles.

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The Scorecrow’s “Total B.S.” College Basketball Conference Predictions (Part 1)

Byron Jewell & Sam Schneider | March 10th, 2020 

Byron and Sam are here to get you all set for this week’s Conference Championships leading up to this year’s Selection Sunday on March 15th. Don’t forget to check back in with The Scorecrow for next week’s coverage on everything March Madness, including matchups and bracket picks. Without further ado, let’s get to all of this week’s Total B.S. info! Continue reading

Big Ten Tournament Preview- Early Rounds

Tom Greene  | March 10th, 2020 

It’s March already… and you know what time it is! Time for Madness before the real March Madness begins. It’s the Big Ten Tournament! Let’s preview the early rounds of madness, shall we? Continue reading

XFL Week Five Preview

Ethan Hewett | March 7th, 2020

As the halfway mark of the XFL season approaches, fans are swarming to the stadiums to support their teams in the second-half charge to the playoffs. Two teams have emerged as favorites, while some have started to show just how good they can be. Where will these trends go this week? Let’s dig into this week’s set of games to find out.

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I’m neither Laverne nor Shirley, but one thing I can tell you is I’m about to make all your dreams come true.

Did I do it right, Johnnie, is referencing 70’s sitcoms the best way to start a pitch to write for your multi-trillion-dollar LLC?

(Ed: Sure. I don’t even care. This was your idea and if it doesn’t pan out I’ll just fire you. Also, multi-trillion? At least make it believable, you decomposing deer carcass of a man.)

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XFL DFS Week Five

Brandon Braasch | March 6th, 2020

The XFL is entering its halfway mark of the season. Week Five is here and we are starting to get more trends and statistics on the teams and players. I’ll once again be providing my top players on DraftKings four-game slate. Good luck and here are my top players for this weekend’s games.

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XFL Week Four Preview

Ethan Hewett | February 29th, 2020

Three weeks of the XFL season have flown by and a couple teams are starting to separate from the field. Cam Phillips earned himself the “XFL Star of the Week” award for the second straight week and kept the award in Houston for the third straight week. As the teams approach the quarter mark of the season, they are beginning to show their true colors and games are starting to have more playoff implications. Who keeps their win streak alive, and can the Tampa Bay Vipers finally get a win?

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XFL Week Three Preview

Ethan Hewett | February 22nd, 2020 

Another exciting week of XFL football approaches, and with that, there is a fresh four-game slate for this weekend. Entering week three two teams remain undefeated and two teams have yet to taste victory in the new league. With quarterback play becoming a huge factor, which guys are going to step up this week and make a name for themselves? Let’s break down the four games lined up for Saturday and Sunday.

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NASCAR Xfinity Series Las Vegas DFS

Brandon Braasch | February 21st, 2020 

First off, I would like to wish Ryan Newman a speedy recovery and I hope to see him at the track as soon as possible. This week the NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Las Vegas for the Boyd Gaming 300. Just like the Daytona 500, the Boyd Gaming 300 does not look good weather-wise. Most likely qualifying will get rained out so the field will be set by points. I’ll be giving you the driver I think will dominate the race, a couple of contenders, and an underdog that will surprise people with a strong run.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Seven

Daniel Corrigan| February 18th, 2020

2020 Record: 16-14-1

My Picks:

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Denny Hamlin Wins Second Straight Daytona 500 Amid Last Lap Crash

Dale Money | February 18th, 2020 

Denny Hamlin’s second straight Daytona 500 win, would come down to a photo finish, between both himself and Ryan Blaney. This was the second closest finish in Daytona history, the closest, in fact, being in 2016 when Hamlin would beat out Martin Truex Jr. by 0.010 seconds. Chris Buescher, David Ragan, Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Brendan Gaughan, Corey Lajoie, Ryan Newman, and Kyle Larson would fill out the top 10.

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XFL Week Two Preview

Ethan Hewett | February 15th, 2020 

Week one of the XFL was just about everything that people expected it to be. It served its purpose as an extension of the football season and provided quality play along the way. We had it all, defensive shootouts, blocked punts, blowouts, sideline interviews abound, and a fresh take on the game of football.

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Nascar DFS Daytona 500 Selections

Dale Money  | February 14th, 2020 

After a wreck-filled Busch Clash last weekend, in which Erik Jones would manage to push his torn up Camry to victory thanks to an assist from teammate Denny Hamlin. It is now time to kick off a brand spanking new season with the Super Bowl of Nascar events the Daytona 500. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will start on pole, opposite Alex Bowman, as they were the two lone drivers to have qualified early. 

So without further ado, let’s delve into the driver options for this upcoming Daytona.  I’ve broken down, the selections between high salary drivers and value plays.  Continue reading

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Six

Daniel Corrigan| February 10th, 2020

2020 Record 12-12-1

My Picks:

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NASCAR DFS: Busch Clash

Brandon Braasch  | February 9th, 2020

NASCAR season is back. Well not officially until the Daytona 500 but this weekend we get the Clash. The Clash is an exhibition race and consists of 2019 NASCAR pole winners, past Clash champions, past Daytona 500 winners, and past Daytona 500 pole winners. They also had to have completed the full schedule in the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series. The race is only 75 laps and the winner gets bragging rights and cash.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Five

Daniel Corrigan | February 6th, 2020

2020 Record 9-9-1

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Four

Daniel Corrigan | January 30th, 2020

Sup? Welcome back. I had a very ok record last time. I went 3-3 and still stayed at .500 on the 2020 campaign. I LOVE the board this upcoming next few days. So I’m back a little early for some picks.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Three

Daniel Corrigan | January 26th, 2020

Welcome back. We are on the board in 2020 with a solid 3-1 week. I have decided to give more picks rather than just a “lock of the week” or an “over of the week.” I know I wake up in the morning and instantly check the lines for the day. Which is weird, because I live in Ohio, a place that won’t allow me to place bets.

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Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Week Two

Daniel Corrigan | January 21st, 2020

The over not hitting in the National Championship game is a damn shame. Also, how in the hell did the Ravens get blown out by the Titans? Luckily, the year is young.

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Daniele De Rossi Retires

Nick Jehamy| January 10th, 2020

One of Italian soccer’s all-time greats, Daniele De Rossi has finally decided to hang it up and retire from the sport. De Rossi played 18 seasons for the Serie A club Roma and signed with Argentinean club Boca Juniors this past July on a one-year contract. De Rossi played on the Italian national team from 2004-2017, including a World Cup championship in 2006, as well as playing for the Italian U19, U20, and U21 teams before that. Continue reading

Premier League Winter Update

Nick Jehamy| January 9th, 2020

The English Premier League may be the most competitive of the top European leagues with multiple top tier clubs in play. In the last decade, we have seen four different clubs win the league title with Manchester City doing so the most with four titles including winning the Premier League the last two seasons. We may only be at the halfway mark but it seems like, barring any freakish losing streak, the top spot in the Premier League ha already been locked up. Let’s see what the table looks like and who is contending for the rest of the cup qualifying positions. Continue reading

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: 2020 Week One

Daniel Corrigan | January 7th, 2020

With 2019 ending it is time to wipe the slate. I started off super hot when I started Corrigan’s Gambling Corner and had a rapid decline. Overall, I finished the year with a record of 23-21-3.

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Ligue 1 Winter Update

Nick Jehamy | January 6th, 2020 

The top French league, Ligue 1, has been absolutely dominated by Paris Saint Germain through the last eight seasons, winning seven of the last eight by a rather wide margin in most. Halfway through the 2019-2020 season, PSG is at the top of the table once again, will they hold their lead? Who will contend for the top spot as well as the rest of the cup qualifying positions? Let’s take a look at the clubs in that position right now. The top two clubs at the end of the season qualify for the Champions League group stage, third place qualifies for the Champions League qualifiers and the fourth-place club qualifies for the Europa League group stage. Continue reading

Harry Kane Out Indefinitely

Nick Jehamy | January 3rd, 2020

Veteran striker Harry Kane left the pitch injured on Wednesday during Tottenham’s New Year’s Day game against Southampton. Kane had to leave the match in the 74th minute as the Spurs went on to lose 1-0. Jose Mourhino was worried after the match that he may be without his star striker for some time, and sadly Mourhino was right. Kane suffered a tear in his left hamstring and will be out for an undisclosed amount of the time as Tottenham’s medical staff will keep an eye on him throughout the next few weeks.

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Serie A Winter Update

Nick Jehamy | January 3rd, 2020

Italian soccer league, Serie A, for once is not just Juventus sitting at the top of the table with Napoli just barely holding on behind them enough to make things interesting. Napoli is currently out of the top six, whereas Juventus sits tied atop the table in jeopardy of winning another championship to make it nine in a row. Inter Milan is tied at the top with Juventus, followed by Lazio, Roma, Atalanta, and Cagliari. Can Lazio or Roma catch up with the two at the top? Who will place in the top six cup-qualifying positions at the end of the season? Let’s take a look at the clubs in that position right now. The top four clubs at the end of the season qualify for the Champions League, fifth place qualifies for the Europa League group stage and the sixth place club qualifies for the Europa League Qualifiers.

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2020 Citrus Bowl Preview & Prediction

Nick Popio | January 1st, 2020

Alabama and Michigan will meet up for the fifth time in series history as they collide in a mouth-watering Citrus Bowl matchup. The last time these two met the Tide clobbered the Wolverines 41-14 in 2012. The last bowl meeting was the 2000 Orange Bowl in Tom Brady‘s farewell game at Michigan. The maize and blue outlasted the Tide by one due to a missed extra point.

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Happy New Year, Here’s The List to Kill All Lists

Josh Elias | January 1st, 2020

You know what I can’t stand? Lists.

All these lists are around in the sports world that try to rank players, teams, positions, eras, and whatever else people can find to put numbers next to in order to start some sort of ridiculous argument among Redditors and Twitterers and Facebookites.

Well, I’m tired of it. I’ve seen too many lists – especially all these best blankety-blank-blank of the 2010s lists.

And now that the 2010s have officially come to a close, I sincerely hope sports listicles go away with the end of the decade.

It’s time for me to play my part in killing lists by making the lengthiest, most useless list of all.

Here’s The Scorecrow‘s official ranking of the Top 2010 Athletes of the 2010s, organized not at all by any sort of skill level or accomplishments, but instead by who pops into my head first. I will also provide zero analysis beyond the list itself because no one else that writes lists ever does to any meaningful extent. So why would I?

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La Liga Winter Update

Nick Jehamy | December 31st, 2019

The premier Spanish football league La Liga has gone into the winter break closer than it has been in the past few years with clubs ranked one through six all within nine points of each other. The back-to-back reigning champions Barcelona are currently on top of the table followed by Real Madrid and Sevilla.

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Håland Signs with Dortmund

Nick Jehamy  | December 30th, 2019

Erling Håland is one of the most sought after young talents in the game. At the age of only 19, the Norwegian striker has the potential to be really something special. Håland was being looked at by European giants like Manchester United, RB Leipzig, and Juventus, but in the end, the winner of the Erling Håland lottery goes to the Bundesliga’s Borussia Dortmund. Håland signed a deal worth 20 million euros that will keep the young striker at Dortmund for four years until 2024.

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