The MLB Youth Movement

Baseball is slowly making the transition of bringing up younger players rather than developing them for numerous years in the minors.  This transition started when Mike Trout and Bryce Harper were both called up to the majors at the age of 19, which is incredible.  At the age of 19, I was an average college freshman trying to “make it big” in intramurals.  The fans … Continue reading The MLB Youth Movement

Brown’s Bracketology

My favorite time of the year has finally arrived!  I am very anxious for Thursday to get here because I will be sitting on the couch watching college basketball non-stop.  My friend has four televisions with cable set up in his room, which is perfect for this tournament. I have already entered into multiple pools and I am currently knocking out all of my homework … Continue reading Brown’s Bracketology

Deja Vu, Butler Knocks Down Number 2

The Dawgs had their toughest challenge of the season last night when they traveled to Philly to take on the second best team in the nation, the Villanova Wildcats. The Dawgs won the first game against the Cats in Hinkle, 66-58 led by Andrew Chrabascz and Kethan Savage (both had 13 points).  The Dawgs shocked the nation during that cold January night.  The 74-66 win … Continue reading Deja Vu, Butler Knocks Down Number 2

3 Guys 1 Mic, Episode 4: Russ vs. KD, UCONN 100 Straight, Recorders

The hate for the recorders was unbelievable in this one. I just never understood the deep hatred towards it. I get not liking it, but hate? We discuss that in “Things I Thought Would Be More Important”, and there’s sports stuff too: SHOUTENGINE ITUNES Continue reading 3 Guys 1 Mic, Episode 4: Russ vs. KD, UCONN 100 Straight, Recorders

Vladimir Putin still has one of Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl Rings

Via Sports Illustrated: On a business trip to Russia in 2005, Kraft and a friend visited Russia and met with Putin after winning Super Bowl XXXIX, where the Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 24–21 at EverBank Field. Kraft showed off the ring and handed it to Putin, who tried it on and then never gave it back. The ring features 124 diamonds. “[The Super Bowl … Continue reading Vladimir Putin still has one of Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl Rings

Jordan Spieth Not Having It With The Fans At Pebble Beach

Reports came out yesterday during Jordan Spieth’s practice round at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am that several fans caused the normally calm Spieth to lose his cool. According to the Associated Press and ESPN, Spieth engaged in a verbal altercation with a group of men as he finished his practice round on Wednesday.  The altercation stemmed from the men heckling Spieth for autographs which the young … Continue reading Jordan Spieth Not Having It With The Fans At Pebble Beach

Tiger’s Struggles Continue

The Tiger woe’s continued in yesterday’s first round of Omega Dubai Desert Classic.  Shooting a 5-over-par 77 in what was yet another miserable and what looked painful round. Woods looked uncomfortable swinging the club, and never had a look of confidence when he arrived to the course.  His performance pinned him 12 shots behind leader Sergio Garcia. This will most likely be another tournament that Woods … Continue reading Tiger’s Struggles Continue