April 2011

To Cam or Not to Cam – That is the Question

updated July 5, 2014by April 27, 2011

Do the Carolina Panthers take Cam Newton with the first pick of the NFL draft? It’s a pretty interesting question. The Panthers have a new coaching staff in house this season and could certainly use an upgrade at quarterback if it’s there. But there are big questions about the ability of Cam Newton to make […]

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Grizzlies Tickets – Surprising #8

updated April 19, 2014by April 27, 2011

When you’re playing for a spot in the postseason, you rarely want that last seed. So when the Memphis Grizzlies spent the last few games of the NBA season basically coasting and not worrying about getting the #8 seed and playing the #1 seed, Memphis Grizzlies tickets holders were dumbfounded and many were angry. It […]

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NFL Tickets – Back From the Dead

updated April 27, 2011by April 27, 2011

NFL tickets, which looked doomed to obscurity just a few short weeks ago, got a breath of life the other day and it came from the legal system that place where all good things go to die. It’s not often that we can look to judges and lawyers to bring solid and reasonable thinking into […]

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NFL Tickets _ Schedule Coming Soon

updated April 19, 2014by April 15, 2011

OK, the NFL schedule is supposed to be released sometime in the next 10 days. That’s a tentative NFL schedule of course and it hinges on the NFL actually ending their labor strife and playing a full slate of games. I can foresee a situation where the lockout possibly continues through the preseason but I’m […]

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MLB Madness – Bonds is Guilty…..Surprise!

updated July 5, 2014by April 13, 2011

OK, so I’m a cynical old b*stard. But for God’s sake who didn’t see this coming. Barry Bonds, former MLB great, and he was great, was found guilty today of obstruction of justice. Apparently, and here’s the hard to believe part, Barry Bonds knowingly took steroids and then (gasp) lied to a grand jury about […]

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