Verlander’s No-Hitter Aids Argument For “Best” Pitcher Of His Generation

On Sunday, the Houston Astros’ starting pitcher Justin Verlander threw his third career no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays. The former American League MVP struck out 14 batters and walked only one. With his latest no-hit gem, Verlander joined some elite company and trails only Hall-of-Famers Nolan Ryan (seven) and Sandy Koufax (four) for the

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Bearded Weekend Pick Ems’

Tulsa @ #18 Michigan State – 23.5 o47.5 Friday 7:00PM FS1 Last season the Spartans were ranked No. 1 in the country against the run and are returning two standouts, Kenny Willekes and Raequan Williams on their defensive line. There is cause for concern on offense, as MSU only scored 32 points in their final

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Clemson Dominates Ga. Tech 52-14: Etienne Makes Statement In Debut

The Clemson Tigers hosted the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Thursday night as a 36.5 point favorite in their home opener. Ranked as the number one team in the country, the Tigers managed to cover the spread behind an electrifying debut from running-back Travis Etienne. Etienne, last year’s Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year,

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J.J. Fumbling Zeke’s Contract Dispute

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and running-back Ezekiel Elliot are reaching a stalemate in contract talks, which have been directly affected by the All-Pro’s holdout. The preseason is wrapping up and Elliot still hasn’t reported to training camp. It’s now become imminent that he is expected to miss games during the regular season. Yesterday, according

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Bdubs’ Football Prenup: It’s Football Season, No Need To Argue Just Try And Understand

To Whom It May Concern: Every fall, the leaves begin to change color and the temperatures start to cool. The hot, sweltering days of summer are put behind us, only to be seen in the rear-view mirror. Weekend activities spent outside in bathing suits and tank-tops are exchanged for long, lazy days on the couch

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Chasing Ghosts: Harbaugh’s Legacy Will Be Defined in Year 5

Entering his fifth season as University of Michigan Head Football Coach, the pressure facing Jim Harbaugh to finally live up to the hype and the salary, and ultimately restore the once-proud program’s tradition as a college football power are building up to the point of explosion. Despite a preseason ranking in both the Associated Press

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Stuck, With No “Luck” On The Fifty Yard Line

Andrew Luck was supposed to become the “Peyton Manning” of his generation at the quarterback position  after graduating from Stanford University. The comparison turned out to be very fitting for Luck. Instead of taking his bachelor’s degree and pursuing a job in architectural design, he declared for the National Football League Draft and became the

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Michigan HS Baseball Star DJ LeMahieu in AL MVP Discussion

Mike Trout is the greatest baseball player on Planet Earth. Make no doubt about it, the modern-day reincarnation of Mickey Mantle is the front-runner to win the American League’s Most Valuable Player Award. With 42 home-runs and 99 runs batted-in, there are 29 games remaining for the Anaheim Angels outfielder to continue his domination of

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