Monthly Archives: September 2017

JD Martinez Had A Four Homer Monday

Arizona Diamondbacks are red hot. They are playing their way into the postseason with an 11 game winning streak. In any other year, Arizona would have another division title to add to the five they already have as a franchise (Side note: How dumb is

Did Jonathan Taylor Take the UW Running Back Lead?

Wisconsin Badgers delivered quite a second half statement against Utah State by putting up 59 unanswered points up after trailing 10-0 in the first half. Jonathan Taylor, the freshman running back, made his case to be a starter rushing for 87 yards with only nine

Tennessee’s Trash Can Is A Terrible Idea

Georgia Tech-Tennessee played a classic tonight in Atlanta where the Volunteers won the overtime game on a missed two-point conversion. Honestly, the premier college football games delivered in a major way throughout the weekend. While this game was awesome, people had fun with Tennessee’s trash

Billy Hamilton Plays Brewers Heartbreaker Yet Again

My roommate said to me about a month ago, ‘Billy Hamilton is the type of guy who always does better against your team, but in reality, he’s actually an average player.’ He’s a Cubs fan, and I’m obviously a Brewers fan. But this is 100

CFB Picks Week 1: Did I Fall Out Of Love With College Football?

It dawned on me early this week that my college football content lacked for the month of August. In fact, there was not much all summer. I’ve been a little less heavy on writing words due to my job, life and everything else under the

Cubs Continue To Play Mind Games With The Brewers

Chicago Cubs are treating the Milwaukee Brewers like a second-class baseball team. Brewers ought to feel like they are getting punked by the World Series champion. Earlier this year, we had John Lackey’s asine comments about Eric Thames then we had the rainout fiasco and

Badgers Preview: Utah State vs. Wisconsin

Wisconsin Badgers begin their season at Camp Randall Stadium for the first time since 2013. For some Badgers fans, it must feel refreshing to not begin the year with a treacherous start against a high-level SEC team. The first-ever Friday night home game for the