Monthly Archives: August 2012

Michigan Football Preview 2012

Well, college football is back again and the Michigan Wolverines are looking to get back to a BCS game this season, year two of the Brady Hoke staff. The Wolverines schedule is difficult this season, but they should do well again … Continue reading

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Sparty season preview

Expectations are high for Michigan State after a 11-3 season and winning the Leaders Division with a 7-1 record in the Big Ten.  Most of the strong defense from last season as eight starters return, but the key to the … Continue reading

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Lions Defense Should be Concerned

In the 31-20 defeat to the Oakland Raiders, the Detroit Lions had a few injuries come their way. Quarterback Matthew Stafford hurt his non-throwing hand but is expected to be alright. However, the injuries that worry me personally more are … Continue reading

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Crazy few days in the UFC

On Thursday Dana White had to do something he has never done as the President of the UFC, cancel an event a week before it was to happen.  Dan Henderson was suppose to fight Light-Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones in the … Continue reading

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Taking the week off from watching the Tigers

    This weekend watching the Tigers was tough, it was a big series against Baltimore that they should have won with Verlander, Fister and Porcello going against three guys I’ve never heard of. After working on Saturday I got … Continue reading

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Paterno wanted to leave the Big Ten?

The new book coming out this week “Paterno” the biography about legendary(?) coach Joe Paterno has been quoted in many stories so far since its release to the media. We’ve heard about him crying after being fired and learned that … Continue reading

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Europe poaching Piston players?

With the Pistons currently at a full roster of 15 players, with five of them being rookies, they are currently unable to sign the few remaining free agents from last season.  Former power forward Vernon Macklin has already signed with … Continue reading

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Monroe Could Play Power Forward This Season

As good as Detroit Pistons center Greg Monroe was last season, it is a legit possibility that he could be even better this upcoming season. With the acquisition of Andre Drummond, this will most likely mean that Monroe will move … Continue reading

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Should the Lions sign an Olympian?

With Jahvid Best starting the season on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list and Mikel Leshoure suspended for the first two games of the season, the Lions are short at the running back position. One free agent option to … Continue reading

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Keep the kids in the minors

As the Tigers gave away a series with the Rangers, some talk in Detroit is that the kids of the future should start making their way up north to Detroit.  In my opinion, I say keep the kids down south. … Continue reading

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