What Lies Ahead?

What Lies Ahead?

To quote a famous Guns N' Roses Sweet Child O' Mine lyric, "Where do we go now?".  Fantastic song from an iconic band. Massive questions still surround the fate of all professional sports leagues around the globe as to whether or not to continue, start or delete the season.  I am in awe of the staggering numbers broadcast on numerous media outlets confirming the breadth and depth of this pandemic. 
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Sunday Runaround

Sunday Runaround

A weekly roundup of what is happening in the world of sports that is important to me: Golf The most exciting thing that happened this week was watching JT, Ricky and Brooks swing and crush balls left handed.  I would die to be able to swing with my dominant side 1/10th as well as they did as lefties.  Kudos to those boys for being amazing at just about anything they
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The Un-sweet Release of Gurley II

The Un-sweet Release of Gurley II

What is there to say?  A lot of transactions...some sounds, some not-so-much.  I hated the Hopkins deal (for the Texans, not the Cards), I am ECSTATIC that the Brady deal is all but over (can't listen to media outlets gush over this guy anymore), but I do have some questions for the LA Rams about the Gurley II release. C'mon man. I get it.  He had an off year.  The
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The Fallout of Euro 2020

The Fallout of Euro 2020

As first reported early Tuesday morning by Norwegian FA, Euro 2020 has been postponed and rescheduled for June 2021.  It is no news to anyone that Football in Europe and around the globe is in complete disarray due to the proliferation of COVID-19, with many parts of Europe being severely impacted by the virus. As a long time follower of the EPL and an avid supporter of Arsenal FC, the news
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Trading Away An Offence, Texan-Style

Trading Away An Offence, Texan-Style

With COVID-19 dominating everything under the sun and forcing everyone to stay indoors, I have to think that the Houston Texans brass went a little stir crazy on Monday afternoon and decided to make one of the worst trades in NFL history. I am sure that money was a huge driving factor in the decision to give up a Top-5 receiver and astonishing playmaker in order to once again try
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