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Are You Paying Attention NCAA?

April 5, 2011 by

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Let me start by just answering the question posed by the title of this post; no, the NCAA is not paying attention. Let me continue by beating my dead horse: the NCAA couldn’t possibly be paying attention if it thinks Cam Newton should have been allowed to play in the FBS National Title game. Now […]

Keep Cash Out of College Sports

March 7, 2011 by

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Perhaps the most beautiful aspect of collegiate sports is the lack of massive signing bonuses, arbitration hearings, no-trade clauses, and over-paid ego-maniacal oafs.  Yes, the best part of college sports is that we get to watch the athletic amateur superstars before they get tainted by the money and the spotlight.  However as we’re all aware, […]

Commissioner Ruling 004

February 24, 2011 by

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Ruling: There is nothing good about Cam Newton, hence there is no reason to like him (reasoning and evidence below).

Triple Overtime Thriller – Arizona Claws Over Cal For Victory

February 5, 2011 by

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Wildcats wins over Cal in a triple overtime thriller 107-105. Now that everyone has finally been able to breathe and use the facilities, let’s take a peek into what makes this “W” more important that any of the previous ones this season for the Wildcats and what it means for the rest of the season. […]

Commissioner Ruling 001

February 3, 2011 by

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Ruling: Let it be known that hence forth black jerseys for teams who do not have black in their team colors are ridiculous and all those participating in the creation, distribution, purchase, or wearing thereof ought to be beaten with a burning black jersey from a team who has absolutely no business wearing a one. […]