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A few weeks ago on the Eye on College Basketball Podcast, Matt Norlander predicted that West Virginia would be the one team ranked in the preseason AP poll to not make the NCAA Tournament. Who knows if he’ll ultimately be right. But he’s definitely off to a great start considering the Mountaineers are currently 0-1 Read More →

The Browns have been swirling in a maelstrom of mediocrity for more than a decade. Cleveland is the NFL’s easiest punchline and has been for a while, but Sunday showed why it does not need to remain that way forever. In fact, as long as long as Baker Mayfield and Nick Chubb continue shining on the Read More →

Carmelo Anthony did not play in the Houston Rockets’ loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night due to an illness and is set to miss their game Sunday night against the Pacers as well. According to a report from the New York Times’ Marc Stein, those absences could be a prelude to Anthony Read More →

Dwyane Wade will be away from the Miami Heat for at least another week, he said on Sunday. The veteran guard has been away from the team on paternity leave since Nov. 5 following the birth of his daughter. Wade said that he wants to spend extra time with his daughter because she was born a Read More →

The 2018 season can be viewed as the start of something big for the Atlanta Braves. After going 72-90 in 2017, the Braves flipped that record and went 90-72 in 2018, and won the NL East. Several young players, most notably Ronald Acuna Jr., broke out as key contributors as well. Atlanta is loaded with Read More →

The Titans, a team run by and made up of numerous ex-Patriots, dismantled the Patriots on Sunday. At least one of those Patriots castoffs considered the win a “personal” victory. Shortly after the Titans wrapped up their dominant 34-10 win, running back Dion Lewis sounded off about the Patriots. According to Lewis, the Patriots got their “ass Read More →

The new AP Top 25 doesn’t feature a lot of major shake ups, only minor adjustments as we move closer towards the conclusion of the 2018 regular season. There were no changes at all in the top seven of the rankings, from Alabama still being unanimous at No. 1 to West Virginia holding tight at No. Read More →

The dust hasn’t settled on Week 11 yet, but it’s never too early to look ahead to Week 12, especially when sports books are already posting odds for next week’s games. While there aren’t many marquee matchups, there are plenty of games with College Football Playoff implications.We’ll start with those games.Rankings are current AP rankingsGames Read More →

After playing hurt for much of the second half and the entire postseason, Astros second baseman Jose Altuve underwent knee surgery three weeks ago to repair a patella avulsion fracture in his right knee. In English, that means the patella tendon ripped away a piece of bone in Altuve’s kneecap. Ouch.On Sunday, while at Minute Read More →

The scoreboard operator in Cincinnati should probably ask for a bonus this week, because the Saints had him doing some serious work on Sunday during their 51-14 blowout win over the Bengals.  With the win, the Saints have now won eight games in a row, which is the longest active streak in the NFL right Read More →