• The Sunday Recap: New England, Denver Reaffirm Status as Top Contenders
  • NFL Week 2 Picks: Why Dallas and Two Other Super Bowl Contenders are in Trouble Today
  • Spread Bet Saturday: A Conference Champion Will Essentially Be Crowned on Saturday Night
  • Fantasy Football Buy/Sell- Week 2
  • Pastrnak Re-signing Fills Huge Role For Bruins Going Forward

The Case for Novak Djokovic as the World’s Most Dominant Athlete

The stakes will be high for the number one tennis player in the world when he takes the court Sunday at Roland Garros. That’s where Novak Djokovic will look to become the eighth man to capture a career Grand Slam. He’ll take on Andy Murray, who is appearing in his first French Open Final. Djokovic was the favorite entering the tournament and he is the favorite again Sunday. But this isn’t…

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Cleveland Blew A Golden Opportunity

Winning on the road is vital to playoff success. Not only that, but winning Game 1 is even more so pivotal to winning the series. Thanks to the statistics collected at WhoWins, when a team wins Game 1 of the NBA Finals, they go on to win the series 71% of the time. If a team wins Game 1 of the NBA Finals at home, then the odds jump up to them…

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The Mystery of the Red Sox Starting Rotation

54 games into the season, the Boston Red Sox have a lot to be happy about. They lead the American League East at 32-22, and boast arguably the best offense in baseball. Jackie Bradley Jr. has enjoyed a revival at the plate, courtesy of a 29-game hitting streak that propelled his batting average to near .350 at one point. Xander Bogaerts enters Friday’s game with a 26-game hitting streak, and…

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Close, But No Cigar: Five Stanley Cup Finals Observations

After two straight one-goal games, the Pittsburgh Penguins have a 2-0 lead over the San Jose Sharks in the Stanley Cup Finals. Here are five observations based on what I’ve seen so far. This series reminds me of Bruins/Canucks in ’11 In the 2011 Finals, the Bruins lost the first two games in Vancouver, each by one goal. Like Pittsburgh is now, the Canucks were favored beforehand, which led many…

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The Curious Case of Ryan Fitzpatrick – Josh Brown Introduction

Before we get started on my least favorite Harvard Graduate not named Barack Obama, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Josh Brown (@JoshBrownie7 -All Social Media). I will be a senior at Skidmore College and began my career at Check Down on WSPN 91.1. I play baseball at Skidmore and will also be playing all summer in the Perfect Game Collegiate League for the Glen’s Falls Dragons….

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Chasing Jordan: Why This is the Watershed Moment of LeBron’s Career

There is more on the line for LeBron James in this year’s NBA Finals than ever before. That might seem odd because it’s not like he’s still searching for that elusive first championship. At this point, it seems like LeBron has cemented his status as an all-time great. He has now been to six straight Finals; he has won multiple MVP’s; he’s got two rings and he even has quieted many…

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Time For the Yankees to Clean House

Yankees and tanking are two words you don’t usually hear in the same sentence. Hell, its been decades since the last time the Yankees didn’t think they were playing for a pennant through August. But right now, things need to change. They have won just one championship in the past 15 years and just two playoff series in the past six years. To any other franchise this is fairly normal, but…

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