Archive for November, 2012

Remember this skinny guy? If you are younger than 30, you probably don’t.

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Will Barry Bonds be first ballot Hall Of Famer? It’s a question that’s been kicked around for the past five years, and it will be answered shortly. The Baseball Hall Of Fame ballots have been released for their 2013 induction class. Among the 45 players eligible for induction, 32 are on the ballot for the first time. Read the rest of this entry »

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If you weren’t already aware, Ndamukong Suh is one of the biggest douchebags in professional sports.  He has intentionally tried to injure opposing players on several occasions and what he did to Matt Schaub on Thanksgiving is no different.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Even though I didn’t see the movie when it was in theaters because I thought it was a chick-flick, Forgetting Sarah Marshall is one of my favorite comedies of all time.  Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan happened to marry a woman named Sarah Marshall, which makes it nearly impossible to find pictures of her via a Google image search.  Thank God for Twitter. Read the rest of this entry »

Who’s going to crack first? Glenn? Maggie? Neither?

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**SPOILER ALERT** If you have not watched Season 3 Episode 7 “When The Dead Come Knocking” of The Walking Dead and don’t want to know what happens, stop reading here as it is a re-cap and kill count.  (Kill Count is being updated) Read the rest of this entry »

NFL WEEK 12 AGAINST THE SPREAD

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  • The Star* rating is how much I like that team against the spread.  14* is my favorite pick.
  • The bold team indicates the team I like against the spread.  (ATS)
  •  The CAPITAL team is the home team. Read the rest of this entry »

Oklahoma State celebrates it’s Puerto Rico Tip-Off Championship after beating #6 ranked North Carolina State

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Thanksgiving is a holiday with longstanding traditions.  Prayers of thanks are a part of the Thanksgiving celebrations in many households across the country.  Partaking in the celebrations, I began to reflect on the things that I’m most thankful for.  My family, pets, home, health and the Big 12 conference are all things that I’m thankful for.  Yes, I said the Big 12 conference and to be more specific Big 12 men’s basketball.  Here are twelve reasons why I’m thankful for the Big 12 men’s basketball conference in the year 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

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NFL Week 12 Thanksgiving Day

November 22, 2012 by

NFL WEEK 12 AGAINST THE SPREAD

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  • The Star* rating is how much I like that team against the spread.  14* is my favorite pick.
  • The bold team indicates the team I like against the spread.  (ATS)
  •  The CAPITAL team is the home team. Read the rest of this entry »

 

 

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and their families.

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Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

It’s time to celebrate one of America’s greatest holidays.  Here at TSB, Hook and I have a few things that we would like to share with you that we are thankful for on this wonderful day. Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Thanksgiving, ya’ll! Though this holiday may be all about the NFL and eating and drinking as much as humanly possible and then some, there are some great collegiate football games this weekend for rivalry week. Following a 20-3 week, I went 16-5 with my picks last week as big upsets occurred, most notably against K-State and Oregon. The rankings made a huge shift. Notre Dame is the new No. 1 and Nick Saban is just as surprised as we all are that Alabama is back in the hunt.

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Teams noted in BOLD are my picks for the week

TCU @ No. 16 Texas Read the rest of this entry »

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Jack Taylor of Division III Grinnell College just dropped 138 points on 51-108 shooting (27-71 3 pointers, 7-10 freethrows) in a 179-104 victory over Faith Baptist Bible, redefining poor sportsmanship on his way to the NCAA Basketball record for points scored in a game. Read the rest of this entry »