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Five Epic Sports Games Played in the Worst Conditions

Five Epic Sports Games Played in the Worst Conditions

Greg Mitchell December 16, 2013 Comments Off

Playing sports outdoors in the elements has created some of the most memorable moments in sports history. The conditions change every element of the game, not only for the coaches and players, but even

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You’re not a real sports fan until you have a sports shed

You’re not a real sports fan until you have a sports shed

Greg Mitchell December 14, 2013 Comments Off

What should every sports fanatic have in their home? An ESPN subscription? Signed football shirts? A framed photo of their team winning the title? The answer is a part of their house that’s devoted

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2013 NFL Betting – NFL MNF Preview

2013 NFL Betting – NFL MNF Preview

Greg Mitchell December 14, 2013 Comments Off

The Baltimore Ravens and the Detroit Lions are both in the running for playoff spots. A high-pressure moment arrives for two teams that don’t have a lot of margin for error right now. Baltimore

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Crossing MLB Lines: Indians and Reds 2013 Offseason Updates

Crossing MLB Lines: Indians and Reds 2013 Offseason Updates

Greg Mitchell December 3, 2013 Comments Off

No Tender for Marson in Cleveland It may not come to much surprise to Cleveland Indians fans that the ball club did not tender a contract this offseason to catch Lou Marson.  Marson, who

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Series History: Past and present games between New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks

Series History: Past and present games between New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks

Greg Mitchell December 2, 2013 Comments Off

In 11 historic meetings, the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks have met during the regular season. The Saints lead the series 6-5 as they head to Seattle to face the 9-1 Seahawks –

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Ohio Baseball Weekly 9/30 Show Cancelled…

Ohio Baseball Weekly 9/30 Show Cancelled…

Greg Mitchell September 30, 2013 Comments Off

We apologize but due to an unfortunate power outage, tonight’s show is cancelled. Join hosts Mark Donahue and Dave Mitchell on Thursday night for the Ultimate Sports Talk Show at 7pm ET as they

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Leave your man-purse at home: Only clear plastic bags permitted at NFL stadiums

Leave your man-purse at home: Only clear plastic bags permitted at NFL stadiums

Greg Mitchell September 5, 2013 Comments Off

If you’ve traveled by plane since 9/11, you know how painful security can be. Don’t bring more than a few ounces of liquid. Limit what’s in your carry-on. And prepared to be patted down

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Predicting The US Open Men’s Quarterfinals

Predicting The US Open Men’s Quarterfinals

Greg Mitchell September 5, 2013 Comments Off

The US Open men’s quarterfinals are upon us, and that means it’s time to take a look at the match-ups, and the betting odds and predictions for who will move on to the semis.

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5 Biggest Questions Facing the Reds Heading into August

5 Biggest Questions Facing the Reds Heading into August

Greg Mitchell July 27, 2013 Comments Off

Article Written By Guest Writer Jordan Webb During the past couple of years, a few teams in Major League Baseball have climbed out of their respective cellars and elbowed their way into playoff contention.

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Which Sprint Cup Series Driver Has the Most to Prove the Rest of the Season?

Which Sprint Cup Series Driver Has the Most to Prove the Rest of the Season?

Greg Mitchell July 25, 2013 Comments Off

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Brickyard 400 this Sunday there are 17 of the 36 races remaining in the 2013 season. Motorsports 101′s writers debate which

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Boxing Great Emile Griffith passes away at 75

Boxing Great Emile Griffith passes away at 75

Greg Mitchell July 25, 2013 Comments Off

Former boxing great Emile Griffith passed away in his sleep on July 23 at the age of 75. Sadly, Griffith was known for beating Bennie Paret back in 1962 and his opponent died from

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Jaromir Jagr leaves the Boston Bruins for the New Jersey Devils

Jaromir Jagr leaves the Boston Bruins for the New Jersey Devils

Greg Mitchell July 25, 2013 Comments Off

Forty-one year-old free agent Jaromir Jagr has left the Boston Bruins and signed a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils for $2 million. Lou Lamoriello, the general manager of the NHL team, announced

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Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce have concerns for Rajon Rondo

Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce have concerns for Rajon Rondo

Greg Mitchell July 24, 2013 Comments Off

The Brooklyn Nets Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are not walking away from the Boston Celtics and holding their collective tongue regarding the past calender year. For many that follow the Celtics life feels

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Report: New York Yankees Closing on On Trade for Chicago Cubs LF Alfonso Soriano

Report: New York Yankees Closing on On Trade for Chicago Cubs LF Alfonso Soriano

Greg Mitchell July 23, 2013 Comments Off

The New York Yankees are in desperate need of offense, which has lead them to reacquire an old name that many fans will remember from 10 years ago when he was an up-and-coming slugger

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Geno Smith signs with the Jets and feels good about winning the starting job

Geno Smith signs with the Jets and feels good about winning the starting job

Greg Mitchell July 23, 2013 Comments Off

If you let the New York Jets quarterbacks Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez tell it, the odds are in their respective favors to win the quarterback’s job. The truth is that somebody has to and

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NCAA Still Blind to UNC Academic Scandal

NCAA Still Blind to UNC Academic Scandal

Greg Mitchell July 23, 2013 Comments Off

It’s no lie to anyone by now: the University of North Carolina has successfully committed academic fraud.  In what began as reports of one questionable class, the piling evidence is gradually making things worse

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Von Miller Would Miss Oakland Raiders Game If Four Game Suspension is Upheld

Von Miller Would Miss Oakland Raiders Game If Four Game Suspension is Upheld

Greg Mitchell July 23, 2013 Comments Off

ESPN is reporting that Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller is facing a four game suspension for an unknown violation of NFL policy. The Broncos and Oakland Raiders are scheduled to meet on Monday Night Football

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Cage Warriors Signs 18 Female Fighters

Cage Warriors Signs 18 Female Fighters

Greg Mitchell July 23, 2013 Comments Off

CAGE WARRIORS Fighting Championship has begun the process of rejuvenating its women’s divisions by securing the signatures of 18 female fighters across four different weight classes. CWFC is pleased to reveal details of its

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Phenomenal Pitching Leads Baltimore Orioles to Series Sweep of Texas Rangers

Phenomenal Pitching Leads Baltimore Orioles to Series Sweep of Texas Rangers

Greg Mitchell July 22, 2013 Comments Off

All season the one underlying issue for the Baltimore Orioles has been whether or not their starting pitching was good enough to get them to the playoffs. This weekend the rotation showed without a shout of

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Wired Bryan Earns Second Straight Victory in Sanford

Wired Bryan Earns Second Straight Victory in Sanford

Greg Mitchell July 22, 2013 Comments Off

Michael Dilger used to work as assistant to the lead trainer at Saratoga Race Course.  Yesterday, Dilger saddled Wired Bryan to win the 99th Sanford Stakes and a prize of $200,000. This proved to

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