Category Archives: Sports

With the month of October having arrived, the race toward the College Football Playoff can now begin to heat up starting with the Week 6 action that we have on tap this Saturday. The day gets started by entering another chapter into the Red River Showdown between Big 12 rivals Oklahoma and Texas, and to Read More →

For the first time since 2012, No. 7 Oklahoma and No. 19 Texas are ranked in the AP Top 25. While the Red River Showdown remains one of college football’s best rivalries regardless of the records, it’s no surprise that this is the first time in several years that it’s actually felt nationally relevant. Since Read More →

The Clippers and Lakers share the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but when they face off Saturday, they won’t be playing there. Instead, the two teams will travel to nearby Anaheim for their preseason tilt, as they take some NBA action to an audience that may otherwise not be able to see a game in Read More →

Friday night at Fenway Park, an early 5-0 lead turned into a nail-biter 5-4 win (box score) for the Red Sox in Game 1 of the ALDS. The Yankees made a charge late and had 10 plate appearances with the tying run either on base or at the plate. They never did get that one big Read More →

The Houston Rockets didn’t have the best offseason, but they certainly had the most interesting one. Nearly all of their moves — of which there were many — had at least some people scratching their heads. Easily the most talked about of those moves has been their acquisition of Carmelo Anthony. The former All-Star signed with Read More →

The year in UFC is slowly coming to a close, and as it does, we’re getting set for what could go down as the best main event in the promotion’s history. Conor McGregor squares off with the undefeated lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in the headliner of the UFC 229 card on Saturday night in Las Read More →

Friday night at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox held on for a 5-4 win (box score) over the New York Yankees in Game 1 of the ALDS. The Red Sox took an early 5-0 lead and nursed it the rest of the way. Game 2 is Saturday night. Because losing Game 1 wasn’t bad Read More →

There have been plenty of rumors involving Anthony Davis to the Celtics in recent past, and we’ll continue to hear them for a while. Yes, it’s possible that Boston could trade for Davis, but there are many hurdles to clear to even get to the possibility of the Pelicans thinking about trading their franchise star. more celtics Read More →

The last time the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox met in the postseason, Johnny Damon was a member of the Red Sox. In fact, it was Damon’s heroics that helped the Red Sox complete the their comeback from being down 3-0 in the best-of-seven series.Damon would leave the Red Sox after the ensuing Read More →

Due to the hot-take world in which we reside here in the social media era, every Clayton Kershaw postseason start seems like a referendum on his legacy. Every time he spins a gem — and he’s had several — we seem to think he’s finally got the playoffs all figured out. If he gets knocked Read More →