We’re almost through January and the MLB Offseason has stalled. So, let’s look back at some of the most promising additions over the past few months.
The CFB Playoff—tons of bad teams, some with losing records, all for the sake of money. The format needs to be altered, but will it ever happen?
Every year, we ask the question: Is Arsenal good? And every year, the answer presents itself quite clearly. But there’s always one more question.
Time for another edition of the Champions Classic, where Duke will look to get revenge on KU and MSU will look to avoid consecutive losses to open the year.
It’s finally time; college basketball is upon us. To get ready, we talk about the bigs (like Kansas, UK, etc…) but also make predictions for plenty more.
Has Daniel Sturridge become the odd man out in Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool attack? It’s entirely possible, with Coutinho, Firmino, & Mané all impressing early.
While the Rangers have the West on lockdown, the rest of the American League race is relatively wide open. How’s it shaping up? Let’s take a look.
The Boston Red Sox currently lead the AL East, but they’ll have to rely on their starting pitching down the stretch. Will it be enough?
A-Rod was a Mariner, Ranger, and Yankee. A-Rod was loved and hated. A-Rod was a superstar. A-Rod was many things, and now it’s time for us to say goodbye.
Daniel Sturridge experienced somewhat of a bounce back last season for Liverpool, but injuries have plagued the majority of his stint with the Reds.
It’s no secret Big Papi is retiring. And that’s OK. But while we accept that, it’s important to remember how much he’s meant to the Red Sox faithful.
Since Jürgen Klopp took over in October, Liverpool will have reached two cup finals—including the UEL Final May 18—where a win qualifies them for the UCL.