The most exciting battle in sports might be the Premier League’s race to avoid relegation

As most sports leagues are into the second half of their respective schedules, attention has turned to playoff races in the NHL, NBA, and keeping an eye on the bubble in NCAA Basketball. While those are all fun and worth keeping an eye on, one of the closest, deepest battles going on is the race to avoid relegation in the Premier League. Continue reading The most exciting battle in sports might be the Premier League’s race to avoid relegation

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Way too early Premier League reactions: Huddersfield Town are the best team in England

To put their start into perspective, the Terriers are on pace to score 76 goals this season, give up zero, go 38-0-0, and finish with 114 points. And I think they can do it. Continue reading Way too early Premier League reactions: Huddersfield Town are the best team in England

Premier League Preview Part 3 – The Bottom Half Of The Top Half

Welcome to part 3 of our Premier League preview. Today we’re doing teams 10-7, which technically makes my title a lie but I want to keep the top 6 together so whatever sue me. These four teams are interesting, because I’m pretty sure they will all finish in places 10-7 but the order of which is up for serious debate. Continue reading Premier League Preview Part 3 – The Bottom Half Of The Top Half

HOTSPROTSTAKES Pod 17: @ChaseRuttig joins to talk NBA, The Big 3, how dumb FS1 and NBCSN are, and the difference in Canadian and American fast food

This week we’re talking the craziness that was the NBA on Wednesday between the Phil Jackson-Knicks breakup and the Chris Paul trades; how dumb Fox Sports and NBCSN are for their recent decisions in how they cover sports; and we discuss the differences in Canadian and American fast food. Continue reading HOTSPROTSTAKES Pod 17: @ChaseRuttig joins to talk NBA, The Big 3, how dumb FS1 and NBCSN are, and the difference in Canadian and American fast food