Soaring Swans Take on the High Flying Crows in AFL Round 22

The Sydney Swans have a tall task ahead of them in Round 22 of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership completion. Not only must they play top-ranked Adelaide Crows, they have to do it at the Adelaide Oval. The Crows may have at least a bit of revenge motivation ahead of the games, as it was…

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Crows Seeking Ultimate Destiny in 2017 AFL Premiership Competition

There are two Rounds remaining in the home-and-away season of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership competition and the Adelaide Crows look to be the team of destiny, as they toured Etihad Stadium for a game with Melbourne and handed the Essendon Bombers a 43-point loss. At this juncture, it would be a bitter pill if…

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Bulldogs Desperately Seek Solution to NRL Woes Calls for Hasler’s Head

Everyone agrees that there are some serious issues with which the Canterbury Bulldogs must deal, but there is far from anything resembling a consensus as to what should be done. Few Bulldogs critics hold the players responsible. The NRL has come more and more to the position that seems to dominate the National Football League…

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Tiger Woods to Enter Voluntary Diversion Program on October 25

Hopefully, the lasting image of Tiger Woods that will be carried in the minds of professional golf fans will not be the one of him hobbling around the course at Torrey Pines, California as he limped his way to victory in the 2008 U.S. Open, where he needed to endure a playoff with journeyman Rocco…

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Spieth Nonplussed About Opportunity to Complete Career Grand Slam

Two days from now, Jordan Spieth will begin his pursuit of history as he attempts to win the US PGA Championship at Quail Hollow, North Carolina. Should he win, he will become the youngest player ever to complete a career grand slam by winning all four of professional golf’s Majors. Spieth does not seem all…

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Desperate Dolphins Sign Retired Journeyman Cutler at Quarterback

In a somewhat surprising move, the NFL’s Miami Dolphins have signed retired former Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler to a one-year deal that is for $10 million, but has potential, with incentives, to pay him $13 million next season. The Dolphins were obviously desperate, as they figure to spend the season without…

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Marquez and Repsol Honda Win Brno MotoGP with Keen Tactics

He finished first for the third time this season, but Marc Marquez scored a major tactical coup to secure the win by his crew’s impeccable timing in a pit stop where they shed tyres designed for a wet track to tyres for a dry track. The track surface was wet following pre-race rain, but the…

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Chris Lynn to Undergo Shoulder Surgery for Three Tears

Stiff upper lip takes on new meaning in the wake of the disclosure that Chris Lynn will miss all of the summer Big Bash cricket games to have surgery on his shoulder. His was most definitely not a case of Patrick Dangerfield-like malingering by any stretch. A shoulder so damaged that an MRI revealed that…

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Dane Swan Is An Obvious Selection as Collingwood Magpies CEO

Despite the obvious miscarriage of former footy great Dane Swan playing for the Collingwood Magpies, as opposed to Sydney, we have to admire Swanny’s turn of phrase when he said, “Can’t drink all day if you don’t start in the morning,” even if he was in fact stealing a song lyric from various artists. We…

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Normally Reticent McGregor Responds to Tyson Sledge

Predictably, Mike Tyson’s slur that Conor McGregor would “get killed” by Floyd Mayweather, Jr., elicited a response from the verbose Irishman, who has only the one rival, a certain top-level U.S. politician, when it comes to the need to have the first, second and last word. McGregor and The Donald both share a love for…

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