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The 3 Games That Really Matter in College Football Saturday

This week brings us a few key matchups in college football. Unlike most other weeks, though, you won’t find these key matchups in the Southeastern Conference. Yeah, Alabama and A&M should be interesting and Arkansas has a great shot at handing the Todd Gurley-less Bulldogs their second loss of the season. The real action, with national championship implications, will come from outside the friendly confines of the SEC. Oct 18, 2014 12:30 AM PT

College Football Preview: Hogs, Tigers, and Huskies...Oh, My!

Not a banner day for college football this Saturday—but it beats the heck out of golf. This week’s low-profile slate gives us fewer must-see matchups, but games that can reveal a lot about teams that are going to be competing for the CFP. Sep 26, 2014 4:02 PM PT

Party Drugs, Football Hits, and Media Hypocrites

The NFL Players Association okayed a new league drug policy. The move likely halves Wes Welker's drug suspension from four games to two, meaning he looks to play in the Super Bowl rematch on Sunday. Good for Wes, Right? Not so, say sports journalists who believe the suspension served as a blessing in disguise for the oft-concussed slot receiver. Sep 16, 2014 8:30 AM PT

The 3 Games That Really Matter in College Football This Weekend

College football brought us quantity in Week 1. There were a ton of games, a ton of really good games, but little in the way of high-ranking teams and arch-rivals facing off. This week is the polar opposite of that. This week we get quality over quantity. Sep 5, 2014 10:21 AM PT

Sex, Drugs, and the PGA

Why would any man cheat on Paulina Gretzky? Cocaine is a helluva drug. Aug 6, 2014 1:00 AM PT

As NFL Camps Open, 31 Teams Hoping to Ground Seahawks

Camps open across the NFL this week. The Seattle Seahawks open the preseason as the consensus favorites to win the Super Bowl, which would make them the first repeat champions since the New England Patriots nearly a decade ago. Jul 21, 2014 1:50 PM PT

5 Bold and Fearless Predictions for the Second Half of the Baseball Season

So, the first half of baseball’s 2014 season went exactly like sports pundits predicted, and by that I mean it went absolutely nothing like we predicted. So, set against the backdrop of industry-wide fail, Dylan Gwinn presents you with five things that will probably not but totally could happen in the second half of the 2014 season. Jul 18, 2014 7:22 AM PT

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