Gurley, and The Dawgs Run Past Clemson

Coming into the game the UGA faithful expected a redout, but by the end of the night it was the Clemson defenders that were seeing red as the back of Todd Gurley’s jersey plowed past them time and time again.

In a revenge game to make up for last year’s heartbreaking loss the Bulldogs whipped the visiting Tigers 45-21. Continue reading Gurley, and The Dawgs Run Past Clemson

Is it better to have Love and lost or to never have Love at all?

Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor threw some shade on Kevin Love during a radio interview…

“I think maybe he got away with some stuff not playing defense on our team, I’m not sure that’s how it’s going to work in Cleveland,” … “I would guess they’re going to ask him to play more defense, and he’s foul-prone.”

“I question Kevin if this is going to be the best deal for him, because I think he’s going to be the third player on the team,” … “I don’t think he’s going to get a lot of credit if they do really well. I think he’ll get blame if they don’t do well. He’s around a couple guys that are awful good.”

–Glen Taylor

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Josh Gordon suspended for entire season

With no offense to Calvin Johnson, the best wide receiver in the NFL will not take the field this season. Josh Gordon was given the harsh penalty by the NFL and was suspended for either missing and/or failing mandated drug tests.

The NFL Players Association released a statement from Josh Gordon:

I’d like to apologize to my teammates, coaches, the Cleveland Browns organization and our fans. I am very disappointed that the NFL and its hearing office didn’t exercise better discretion and judgment in my case. I would like to sincerely thank the people who have been incredibly supportive of me during this challenging time, including my family, my agent, my union, my legal team, and the Cleveland Browns staff.

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Fresh Take Sports 2014 NFL Preview: Jacksonville Jaguars

Time for a moment of honesty, who really thinks that the Jags will be anything other than the bottom dwelling, morbidly terrible automatic W on the other teams schedule that they’ve been for the past… well, decade. Nobody?

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BoSo’s Official FRESHTAKE Fantasy Forecast

It is that time of year again, football is upon us and with that we got to take credit for the players hard work somehow. The belief that we knew while we were sitting on the couch eating cheeseburgers and throwing back Peppermint Schnapps our favorite players, for whatever reason, were hitting the weights, film room, and practice field hard as hell. Shoot since I drafted you Calvin Johnson aka Megatron or whatever I choose to call you I was with you shooting in the gym. The folklore that follows Fantasy Football is very fascinating. Days, weekends, even marriages can be ruined on any given week during the NFL season. Now I will enlighten those prepping for their leagues the top 10 performers in each skill position I feel will help you get to that “paydirt!” Bear in mind real life situations and injury can greatly alter these projections. Continue reading BoSo’s Official FRESHTAKE Fantasy Forecast

Netflix Picks: Schooled, The Price of College Sports

Laying around the house with nothing else to do, but cycle through the never ending supply of shows and movies on Netflix? We got you covered. Here’s a little guidance on something dope that you’d enjoy


Synopsis: “A documentary that examines how college sports in America became a billion dollar enterprise built on the backs of its unpaid athletes.”

With College Football season coming up this is a great film to check out. ‘Schooled’ explores well the contradictions of the so-called amateurism, presenting a less than flattering story on the historical origins of the idea of a pure system where athletes play for the love of the game only.

The debate on whether athletes should be compensated continues to rage on this film gives an honest look on the landscape of the NCAA, with interviews from many popular sports figures and intellectuals you will definitely come away from this film having learned something no matter what side of the argument you are on.

4 ½ Star Rating on Netflix