Ryan Feyre

I'm a movie lover, and a longtime sports fanatic. I love to talk and write about anything sports.

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Not So Fast Pelicans

Davis And Cousins Scaled

How is the West scoring 192 points for a ten point win in the All-Star game, with Anthony Davis scoring 52 points with 10 rebounds not the biggest news in the NBA on Sunday?  Well, because the Big Easy just got one of the most prolific centers in the league, DeMarcus Cousins. Sunday night immediately after Davis won his first All-Star MVP award, reports came through saying Cousins would be traded to New Orleans for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, and a …

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The Case for the Patriots


How many quarterbacks who have played until the age of 39 excel at the level that Tom Brady has? The answer: none.  The most sickening argument that people bring up is, “anyone can do it in the system that Brady has been accustomed to.”  Yes, Bill Belichik is one of the greatest coaches of all time, however you need the leader on the field to execute the plan. Brady is one of those quarterbacks who has the ability to get the …

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Reliving the Greatest Game Seven in Sports

Lester Indians

Being only eighteen years old, I have seen a limited amount of game sevens in sports.  However, being the avid fan that I am, I was able to study many of the other famous big games in the past twenty years.  Despite the research, I have to say that the Cubs and Indians game seven of the world series last October was the greatest sports game of all time. You might be thinking, how can he say that.  But, the …

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Welcome to the NBA Season

Nba Chrsitmas

Christmas time is a great time for a bevy of reasons.  If your a huge sports fan like me, it is an even better time for the NBA.  Although the regular season officially starts around Halloween time, Christmas day is when the pot starts to really stir for many teams.  The tradition of the NBA games on the 25th of December is something that I continue to look forward to every year. This year, we have an exceptional slate of …

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We Will Miss Craig Sager

Craig Sager

Sitting in my room watching ESPN on a freezing Thursday night in Massachusetts, I couldn’t help but notice the breaking news bar popping out at the bottom of the television screen.  The ticker read, “legendary TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager dies at the age of 65.” Normally breaking news usually don’t catch my eye unless it has something to do with a huge sports star leaving a team, or if something occurs with some of my favorite teams.  However, this …

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The Red Sox Still Have Pitching Problems

Red Sox Pitching

Just a few days ago, Red Sox fans were beyond ecstatic to see that their GM Dave Dombrowski acquired superstar pitcher Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox for a price of $17.1 million over the next three years.  Yes, they had to give up a few prospects however, Sale has been consistently a top notch pitcher for quite some time now.  Yankees GM Brian Cashman stated that the Red Sox are the “Warriors” of baseball.  As nice as that …

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Michigan Receives Unfair Ranking

Michgina Football

As exciting as College Football has been for so many years, problems with regards to its playoff system has always been an ongoing issue.  No matter what the NCAA does, fans and teams seem to never be satisfied with the committee’s decisions.  After finally creating a playoff where the best four teams meet for a chance to appear in the national championship, flaws are still present in this system.  The latest victim to the committee is now fifth ranked Michigan. …

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