Is it time for KC fans to give up on GMDM or was Matheny the wrong hire?

Full disclosure, I’ve grown up my whole life as a Royals fan. I was born in 1994, and have been to just about every opening day since 1999. The first above .500 season I saw was in 2003 when I was 9 years old and used to leave hand written AL Central standings outside myContinue reading “Is it time for KC fans to give up on GMDM or was Matheny the wrong hire?”

The transformation of TV’s greatest character: Diane Nguyen

To say I was ready when BoJack Horseman premiered on Netflix during the summer of 2014 is a massive understatement. Mix my love of animated comedies with hearing the name Aaron Paul, I fired up season one. I was ready for a wild ride with Todd and BoJack, but I had no idea where theContinue reading “The transformation of TV’s greatest character: Diane Nguyen”

The biggest mistake when betting college basketball

As (a version) of the old saying goes, “the best predictor of future events is past events.” This is why it is especially important to know the recent trends not only related to the teams themselves in college basketball, but the point spreads as well. Our analytic systems took a dive into the 340 D1Continue reading “The biggest mistake when betting college basketball”

The craziest betting trends since Army/Navy Under – NFL Wild Card Weekend

The old saying goes that the best predictor of the future is the past. While this isn’t always true in sports betting, it is extremely beneficial to identify trends from past years and see how that information will impact your plays for this upcoming weekend. 2019 season Starting off with last year’s wild card round,Continue reading “The craziest betting trends since Army/Navy Under – NFL Wild Card Weekend”

College football needs help, and fast

There is a movement happening in all of sports right now besides college football. The NBA, NHL, and even old school stuck in their ways MLB and NFL have expanded the number of teams to make the playoff. Not only did this jolt fan interest, but it made every game that much more watchable andContinue reading “College football needs help, and fast”

Mascot Wars – AFC South

This has been the division I’ve been most looking forward to after the Raiders took the AFC West and the Jets somewhat surprisingly won the AFC East. We won’t waste much time on the Texans and Colts as we know neither would stand a chance against a Jaguar or Titan, so let’s get into theContinue reading “Mascot Wars – AFC South”

Mascot Wars – AFC East

This might be the most boring group we have in the divisional mascot wars, but let’s dive in. First, let’s start off by throwing out the Dolphins. Move the battle to the sea and the Dolphins still don’t stand a chance against the other three. My favorite thing about doing these is learning the ridiculousContinue reading “Mascot Wars – AFC East”

Mascot Wars – AFC West

Inspired by Mike Leach’s epic rant (https://youtu.be/WLprCS6W1BU), it’s time to do a series on what a battle would look like between the mascots within each division, starting with the AFC West. So I learned today the Chargers got their name, and I quote, “general manager, Frank Leahy, picked the Chargers name when he purchased anContinue reading “Mascot Wars – AFC West”

A Definite Ranking Of Every Masked Singer Contestant In History

We love to tier things in sports. Teams. Quarterbacks. Divisions. Basically anything. So while watching my guilty pleasure show The Masked Singer, I decided the world needed a tiering of every “celebrity” to appear on the show. Tier 1 1. Lil Wayne 2. Tony Hawk The two coolest guys of my childhood. 3. T PainContinue reading “A Definite Ranking Of Every Masked Singer Contestant In History”

Alex Gordon (almost) made me cry

This may not meet the “timely” criteria of journalism, but it took a couple weeks for Alex Gordon’s retirement to set in. I sat down and started thinking about writing the standard ode to a legend, but it didn’t feel right. Not because Gordon isn’t a legend, because he certainly is, but because his careerContinue reading “Alex Gordon (almost) made me cry”