Tag: Loss

Draymond Green On Loss To Clippers: “ We F***ing Sucked”

The Los Angeles Clippers have a lot to be excited about, and The Golden State Warriors are less than enthused with the results of their matchup played last night at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The Warriors came up short. Losing by a score of 141-122. Both Stephen Curry and Draymond Green interviewed

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Lions Put Game In Ref’s Hands, Lose 23-22 To Packers; Barry Sanders Critical on Twitter

The Detroit Lions have been historically bad dating back to the AFL/NFL merger. Relegated to an identity of losing, their loyal fans live in purgatory and have never seen the Lions make it to the Super Bowl. At the start of the game, there was a feeling in the air that things were going to

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Jason Garrett Losing Team in Dallas? Players Leave Coach Hanging On “Low-Five”

Leadership is defined as, “the state or position of being a leader”. Regarding Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, that state or position of his fate with “America’s Team” looks to be very bleak to say the least. After starting the season 3-0, the Cowboys have dropped three straight games including Sunday’s 24-22 loss to

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Acuna’s Jogging Mishap Leaves Braves One Run Short In Loss To Cards

In the Will Ferrell’s comedic classic Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, the actor plays a role as an iconic newscaster that at one point proclaims jogging as a “fad”. Apparently, the leisure activity is becoming routine for Atlanta Braves 21-year-old outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. During Thursday night’s NLDS Game 1 matchup of the MLB

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Michigan Outclassed By Wisconsin, Lose 35-14 On The Road

It’s taken five years for Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michigan football program to come to grips with the ugly truth everyone outside of Ann Arbor already knows. The once proud and tradition-rich program has stumbled into a state of mediocrity, and has been living in denial with the belief that they

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Notre Dame Stalls in 2nd Half vs. Georgia: Penalties and Turnovers Prove Costly in 23-17 Loss

For one half of football it seemed that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish were finally ascending to the upper-echelon of the college football. For a few years, the tradition-heavy football team has been banging on the door and trying to gain notoriety as one of college football’s “blue blood” programs only to fall short against

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