Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Blog Dog: Blatt Firing a Travesty for the NBA

When I was a boy growing up in Southeastern Michigan, I dreamed of being a professional athlete…what boy wouldn’t?  After a successful career, I dreamed, I would then become a successful coach/manager.  I would guide my team to the playoffs … Continue reading

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The Blog Dog: NFL: EPIC MELTDOWN EXTENDS PLAYOFF DROUGHT FOR BENGALS

I have to preface this blog by saying that I waited a couple of days before deciding to do it because, if I had done it right after the Pittsburgh-Cincinnati game on Saturday, there would have been too many expletives … Continue reading

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The Blog Dog: Alabama Returns to the Top of the CFB World

And then, there were…NONE!  No college football  FBS school was able to get through the 2015 season undefeated.  Clemson came the closest but, last night, fell five points short as they were defeated by Alabama, 45-40, in the National Championship … Continue reading

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CFB BOWLS HAVE BEEN WATERED DOWN TO MEDIOCRITY

If you have followed college football for as long as I have, you would agree that the post-season bowls have been dramatically de-valued. The reason is simple: There are WAY TOO MANY bowls. The solution is just as simple: Take … Continue reading

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CFB BOWLS WERE MAINLY A BUST THIS YEAR

My first post of 2016! I knew, going into this season’s college football bowl games, that I would not be watching too many of them. After all, there were forty—count them—forty! bowl games played. There were so many bowl games … Continue reading

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