1. Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees (MLB)
The Red Sox vs the Yankees. Its what every rivalry wants to be. Ever since the Red Sox traded Babe Ruth to the Yankees for cash consideration the Red Sox have hated the Yankees and the Yankees have hated the Red Sox.no comments
The Marlins have contacted Pujols about becoming there 1st baseman. If the Marlins get him then they might the favorite to win the NL East. If they can get Pujols and Jose Reyes then they will definitely be my choice to win the NL East and maybe even the World Series.no comments
The NBA players and owners can not come to an agreement. The players want safety and the owners want safety for their money. Both sides have reason to be upset with the other, but picking sides for the average bystander would end up pointless. I, however, want to discuss who has benefited, not benefited, and stayed the same throughout the lockout which appears to have no end in sight. no comments
The college football season has arrived at its half way point and a couple of key storylines have emerged. Whether the Big Ten, the SEC, the Big 12, the ACC, or the Pac-12 (or, I suppose, Ill include the Big East) call for your interest, there have been plenty of storyline to fuel any fan. no comments
Everyone gets a trophy! Those are the rules, because we all want to feel like winners. This is why everyone picks the best team to throw their very weighty support behind. However, there is nothing like rooting for a loser. Bandwagon fans be damned! For the past 14 years I have been a fan of the Auburn Tigers. And while I will never shout out “War Damn Eagle” from my rooftop, I will watch their games, I will cheer for their players, and I will defend Cam Newton against all accusations. I am also a fan of the Boston Celtics, Red Sox, Bruins, and the New England Patriots and Revolution, as well as the EPL’s Queens Park Rangers (no winners there). It is a lot of fun cheering on winners, but cheering on the losers is where real fans are made!
Nebraska entered the Big Ten conference thinking they could waltz in and dominate, just like they did in the Big 12 *cough cough* North *cough cough* only the last two years. An over confident team that quite frankly has a one dimensional offense should never feel overconfident against a very talented team that is now a perennial BCS team, Wisconsin. no comments