Blake Bortles: Top Pick in 2014 NFL Draft?


Several months ago, it was thought that either Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater or South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney were going to be the top pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. However, other players like Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews … Continue reading

Amazingly, Greg Oden is playing Meaningful NBA Minutes Again


It’s safe to say that Greg Oden’s professional basketball career hasn’t gotten off to a very good start. In fact, some people already consider Oden to be a major draft bust since injuries have prevented him from seeing much of … Continue reading

Chandler Parsons hits 10 3’s in One Half, but Rockets still lose


Shooting at a 40.8% clip from the three-point line this season, Chandler Parsons is obviously outstanding from behind the arc. But what he did against the Memphis Grizzlies was just ridiculous. Parsons hit 10 three-pointers in the second half of … Continue reading

Odds on winning Warren Buffett’s $1 Billion in the NCAA Bracket Challenge


Billionaire investor Warren Buffett just made March Madness a little madder by putting up $1 billion of his own money against anybody picking the perfect bracket. This deal arose when Quicken Loans paid Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway to insure a $1 … Continue reading

NFL Changes: Expanded Playoffs, eliminating Extra Point?


Following every NFL season, commissioner Roger Goodell and his cronies look at ways that they can improve the league. Sure,¬†Super Bowl XLVIII is still a week and a half away, but to the NFL’s top brass, it’s already time to … Continue reading

2014 NBA All-Star Game to feature 4 First-Time Starters


There’s not normally a lot of turnover when it comes to NBA All-Star game starters. Fans usually vote big-name veterans in as starters, whether they’re injured or healthy. Case in point, Kobe Bryant has played all of six games this … Continue reading