Monthly ArchiveDecember 2010

No.8 Stanford Ends No. 1 UConn Women’s 90 Game Win Streak


Two streaks, the number one ranked UConn Women’s 90 game winning streak and the 8th ranked Stanford Cardinal’s 52 Home game winning streak were on the line; however, one streak had to give way to the other. Unfortunately, UConn Women could not go into the house of the 8th ranked Stanford Cardinals and end Stanford’s home winning streak. UConn Women Basketball had their 90 game winning streak snapped.

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Tucker Carlson, Let Vick Have His Second Chance

Everyone is entitled to their opinion as I express my own in this article. I was reading an article regarding a statement made by another media guy from Fox by the name of Tucker Carlson regarding Michael Vick and his involvement with dog fighting. Carlson statement in so many words stated Vick should have been executed for what he done to the dogs.

First and foremost, I know what Vick done was wrong and he done his time in prison for it; therefore, let Vick move on and live his life. The execution remark is an opinion, but it is difficult to think that there are people who wish that upon another person that have served a sentence that the legal system determined to be just. I am football fan, and I am dog owner that believes that Vick has done what he suppose to do and he like anyone who has fallen should be given the chance to pick himself up and move on and make the best of a second chance.

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Los Angeles Lakers Woes Continue

Los Angeles Lakers are not playing like a championship caliber team. They are being beat up and down, the floor, and losing by double digits. Kobe does not look like he has that Killer Instinct to literally take over games when needed.

Tuesday night, the Lakers fell to the San Antonio Spurs 97-82. The Spurs ran the Lakers off the court. Tony Parker is still a speedster and can get to any part of the court whenever he wants, and he did just that on Tuesday. Parker scored 23 points due in part to no one on the Los Angeles Lakers squad could stay in front of him.

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NFL Week 16 Wrap Up

NFL Week 16 saw a Head Coach lose his job, a highly touted team not make it to the playoffs and the most unlikely of teams win their division. With one game left in the NFL Regular Season, San Francisco 49ers Head Coach Michael Singletary was fired. The San Diego Chargers did not do enough down the stretch to make the Playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs wins the AFC West crown.

In NFL Week 16, the 49ers’ 25-17 loss to NFC West rival St. Louis Rams. It was enough to end Singletary’s tenure as Head Coach. The 49ers have such a talented team, but the quarterback situation was never to Singletary liking. The 49ers in majority of the games they played looked loss at times. It was inevitable that Singletary would be out; however, I thought he would be allowed to finish up the season.

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Most Disappointing NFL Teams of 2010

NFL Regular Season is one week shy of its conclusion. I thought I would take a look back at teams that were poised to be force in the NFL this season, but for one reason or another was a total disappointment. The expectations for each team that made the list were quite high and personnel were in place, but team did not live up to the expectations of fans nor the Media.

I know many would expect for this list to come at the season end but why wait. These teams have been out of Playoff contention for awhile and that is sad considering the talent level of some the teams on the list. List below consists of the five Most Disappointing NFL teams. I am sure fans would want add team or two the list; however, I will stick to five.

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Lakers Vs Heat: James Delivers Triple Double in Heat’s Blowout Victory

The game was the Lakers vs Heat, and James delivered a Triple Double in Heat’s blowout victory. For Miami Heat fans, they celebrated Christmas with a win over the Champion Los Angeles Lakers. This game has been circled since the NBA schedule was available to public, and it was a dud for as competitive value. The Lakers looked like they could not wait for this game to be done. The Heat did just about anything they wanted whenever they chose to do it. I did not expect a 96-80 blowout victory by the Heat; I thought it would be a much closer contest.

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The NCAA is a Joke

I am laughing at the NCAA, because the NCAA is a joke. They are doing another bang up job of issuing punishment to College Football athletes. This time it is the Ohio State Buckeyes’ Daniel Herron, DeVier Posey, Mike Adams, and Solomon Thomas that violated NCAA rules and will be suspended for the first five games of the 2011-2012 seasons. The big name who also will serve five games suspension next season was the starting quarterback of Ohio State Terrelle Pryor.

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NFL Week 16 Predictions

NFL Week 16 predictions will have me taking looking at teams, such as the Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers, and the Kansas City Chiefs. The three teams are all attempting to snatch up the last few NFL Playoff spots. Each of the three teams must win to ensure they stay in the hunt for access to NFL’s second season.

It almost seems unfair to have anyone from the NFC West make the playoffs; however, it is quite possible the team that makes the playoffs from the Division will have a losing record. The Atlanta Falcons versus the New Orleans Saints will be game that has Home Field advantage in the NFL Playoffs on the line for the Falcons. Falcons are already in and the Saints has not officially punched their ticket as of yet.

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The San Antonio Spurs Have the Best Record in the NBA

The San Antonio Spurs is on a nine-game winning streak and have a NBA best 24-3 won-loss record. The Spurs may be the surprise team that they jumped out to such a good start at the beginning of the season and has yet to lose any momentum.

The Press has went to teams like the Miami Heat or the other team in Texas the Dallas Mavericks while the San Antonio Spurs have shown that they will be an obstacle to the Los Angeles Lakers possible three-peat this season. Spurs have got great production out of their entire starting five. The question is can this team maintain such a high level and not be worn down because the Spurs is not the youngest team in the NBA.

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NFL Week 15 Wrap Up

It is hard to believe the NFL Regular Season is in Week 15. There have been some exciting football up to this point and you should expect a lot more as the NFL Playoffs approaches. In case you missed it, checkout at the video below and relive NFL Week 15.