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Big Ben Tuesday: Burt Reynolds, Kirk Cousins, and the Butterfly Effect

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Cahulawassee River, Georgia: In chaos theory, butterfly effect refers to one small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear systems resulting in large differences in a later state. Got it? Like a butterfly flapping its wings and altering the path of a future tornado. In the mid-1970s, Burt Reynolds scoffed at an offer to play […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: A Wacky NFL Week 17 and Knee Jerk Wildcard Predictions

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Buffalo, NY: Happy New Year! Thanks for reading, Mom. May 2018 bring joy to you all, even Mets fans. NFL Week 17 brought a wild finish in the AFC, with four teams finishing 9-7. But the better wildcard games should be in the wide open NFC. Let’s try to make sense of some of the […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Trades Destinations, CTE, Tim Tebow and… um… CTE?

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BRONX, NY –  Hey, everyone! Whaddaya say? Let’s get on out there and make today the best Wednesday August 2nd it can possibly be! Barring that, let’s waste some time at work reading and (hopefully) commenting on yet another Pulitzer-worthy “effort” in the category of “Not-for-Profit Pundit.” And awayyyyy we go! MLB Trading Deadline. On […]

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CLOSING TIME: MARIANO CLOSES IN, METS CLOSING UP

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THE Bronx, NY – We’ve had a stellar week of columns so far and I’ve been charged with closing out this winning work week here in MeettheMattsland. Short Matt even struck out the side with his Johnson and Johnson interview yesterday. Lets hope I don’t blow it.

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ANGRY WARD WEDNESDAY: GYM DANDIES

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s hard to believe, but there was actually a time, not too long ago when gyms were associated with athletics. Up and coming hoopsters such as Chris Mullin were referred to as “gym rats” running endless full- and half-court games on indoor courts while practitioners of the sweet science used to […]

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