Okay, I'll admit it. I didn't wake up at 7:30am to watch the start of USA's game against Russia today. I woke up, on my own, right around 9:00am, during the second intermission. Needless to say I was still able to watch the most important part of the game.
Sure, Oshie will be talked about throughout the rest of this Olympics, and any other Olympics he plays in, and throughout the rest of
Anyone who has played fantasy baseball and read anything by Matthew Berry knows that his mantra is to "never pay for saves." Makes sense on a fantasy level - there will always be people accruing saves, so why spend an early pick on a Kimbrel or Rivera when you wait until the end of your draft to get saves? Perfectly reasonable, but this is also entirely true in real life. Thanks to a
Everyone always talks about the 900+ wins, the four national championships, the eleven Final Fours, and all of the great players that have played under Mike Krzyzewski. But what goes under the radar is the concept of the standard at Duke, the standards of the program that are unmatched by any other school in college basketball. Forget the fact that Duke has sold out every game at Cameron Ind