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Rangers Lose Chris Kreider as Winter Classic Looms to Swedish Babes?

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NEW YORK, NY – When Chris Kreider left the NY Rangers’ Wednesday night’s tilt against the Capitals, there were rumors that he had been traded; possibly for Ottawa All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson. The Rangers were quick to dispel those rumors saying Kreider was injured. The 26-year old has a blood clot in his arm and he […]

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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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Most WTF Moments In Modern Sports: Titsworth Kiss, Catfish Manti, Kingman Losing Ball

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Post written by Anne Charles, pinch-hitting for Angry Absentee Ward… NEW YORK, NY – Shotgun murder trials and organ-eating aside (let’s not get too grim!), the high-strung, high-pressure, high-paid world of modern sports can cause some pretty weird behavior. Here are some of the most head-scratchingly odd, bizarre, and (sometimes) tragic moments to come out of the world […]

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I Still Hate Coach Calipari, Kentucky and even Ashley Judd!

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“Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground.” CLEVELAND, OH – No, I’m not talking early Sunday morning television circa 1971 when clay figures appeared as a show called “Davy and […]

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Knicks, Rangers, NHL Playoffs, Elite 8, Harry Kane, Weird NFL Hire and Ma Blaber

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EL BARRIO, DE BRONX – Your Deacon Blaber has had a busy week. Beyond meetings and presentations, there was other time-consuming activities. Who knew that a wedding website took so much work?! Not to mention leadership class – which is teaching me to lead and follow better so I can stop screaming “You’re not the […]

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March Madness: Your NCAA Tournament Bracket

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ALBANY, NY – With the bracket released and the NCAA Tournament just a day away, it’s time to fill out your bracket. It seems like every year a few teams have a chance to cut down the nets at the end, but that’s not the case this spring. There is one clear favorite this March […]

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Touchdowns for Jesus? Doc Diz re College Football Playoffs

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FORT WORTH, TX – Down at Poag Mahones in the Fort…drinkin’ Rahr beer and discussing, with my fellow denizens of the night, the upcoming College Football Playoffs. We have 11-1 Alabamie at #1 Oregon, # 2, TCU at 11-1 as # 3 and Florida State at 12-0 coming in # 4.  Ohio State and Baylor, both […]

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Doc Diz re Nick Saban with the Devil, TCU, Bama and College Picks

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FORT WORTH, TX – I think Nick Saban is in cahoots with Beelzebub. How else do you explain their victory last week? LSU holds em’ to ten points…..ten…over the course of the game. With 50 seconds left, the Bayou Bengals kick a field goal to go ahead. 50 seconds. And Bama has no timeouts. So, […]

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Ruck em, Ruck em… That’s Our Custom. All Blacks, Horny Toads and College Picks

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FORT WORTH, TX – An old rugby teammate of mine, Big C out of Pittsburgh, used to play Defensive Tackle for the Mountaineers of West Virginny back in his college days. At the end of their games they would sing the fight song and then shout out “ruck em’ ruck em, that’s our custom.” Cept’ […]

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NFL Instant Replay-Zebra Friend or Foe!

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TALLAHASSEE, FL – “I’ve been wasting my time, I am losing my mind” as the song goes. Ironically these lyrics from the 1983 release “Tell Me What You Want” were from a band named Zebra and may have foreshadowed some troubled times ahead for the black & white. Zebras again were front and center this […]

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