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NCAA Suspensions and the Kristaps Porzingis trade

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: You know that scene in “The history of the world, part 1” where the guy has nothing for sale? Well I am there now. I literally have nothing to talk about so I had to look seriously for MTM worthy news. The results of my search are the following: NCAA Suspensions and […]

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Grinding Ax Edition: “Case For Keenum” NY Giants? Super Nova!

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ –  Case Keenum deserves respect.  Despite what is being said after a one-sided NFC Championship loss to the Philthydelphia Eagles, Keenum deserves serious consideration for MVP and a starting job next year.  Let’s look at the Case For Keenum. In reverse order, my timeline begins in  Philadelphia.  The Vikings were dominated by an Eagles defense that played as if they wanted to […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Meet The Matts Power Rankings

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BRONX, NY – You know what’s any easy way to fulfill a column-writing obligation? Write up a list. Any list, really. A Top 10 List, a Best Dressed List, a Greatest Moments List, a list of People You Want to Have Sex With… the list goes on and on. These days one of the most […]

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Grinding Ax Chips In: March Madness Mayhem, Star Jay Wright, Coach K

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HOUSTON, TX – I know it’s over, that it happened Monday night, and that’s years ago for the Internet Age, but I love March Madness! Almost as much as the Stanley Cup Playoffs, in fact. There is nothing better than watching raw talent fight it out for that “One Shining Moment” on the big stage. […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Making Sense of Rangers Failure and FIFA Scandal

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EL BARIO, EL BRONX – “Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in.” I was done writing on Saturdays… but then this week happened. The other MTM bald-headed black guy that likes hockey and soccer was gonna write this, shame on you if I need to mention his name (Different Matt), but […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: NCAA Tournament Charm Similar to FA Cup

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EL BARRIO, DE BRONX – If you weren’t aware, yours truly, Deacon Blaber, hates the NCAA. I consider them the most corrupt and unconscionable organization in sports behind FIFA – but still worse than the Olympics (IOC) and the NFL. However, when March rolls around it becomes time for the NCAA Tournament. We can’t avoid […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: MLB Opening Act, NCAA Final Fortune and Richard Sherman defends DeSean Jackson

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“We didn’t run from where we grew up. We aren’t afraid to be associated with the people who came up with us. We brought some of our money back and started charities and tried to help out a few guys who were with us when we were nobodies.” – Richard Sherman EL BARIO, BRONX – […]

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Soccer Fan’s Plight Explained In American Sports Terms

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EL BARIO, BRONX –  According to rules set by Ze Staff Czar, Angerius Wardico, no one is to talk about Soccer on MTM, maybe on RWU  – but never, ever here. However, yours truly, Deacon Blaber, is too stressed from watching his favorite soccer team to hold it in. So, here’s an attempt to explain the […]

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Blaber’s Blabberings: Protective Pitcher Caps, Exploding Jordan’s and March Madness

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“I’m trying to think of a polite way to say this. Literally, they’re terrible. They’re a terrible design. They’re cumbersome. It’s impossible to pitch with one on.” – Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson (on protective baseball cap for pitchers) EL BARIO, BRONX –  This was one hurly-burly week. It was so busy, that for the […]

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Marcus Smart Plays Dumb

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LUBBOCK, TX – Down 63-61 with less than 10 seconds to go, Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart trailed Texas Tech senior forward Jaye Crockett, who was driving down the lane going for the a dunk. In an attempt to block Crockett’s dunk, he fouled the Red Raider. Smart’s momentum took him into the stands behind the […]

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