Rangers, Cashner Reach Contract Agreement

Photo Credit: ESPN The Texas Rangers and former Chicago Cubs’, San Diego Padres’, and Miami Marlins’ starting pitcher Andrew Cashner have reached a 1-year, $10 million contract agreement. Cashner, 30, had a 5-11 record this season with the Padres and the Marlins. He had a 5.25 ERA and a 1.53 WHIP with 112 strikeouts. Over his entire 7-year MLB career, Cashner has a 31-53 record. He has … Continue reading Rangers, Cashner Reach Contract Agreement

AT&T Stadium To Host Big XII Championship Game from 2017 through 2021

Photo Credit: Triposo The Big XII conference recently announced that it will be bringing back a championship game in the 2017 season for the first time since the 2010 season. It was also made known that the two Big XII teams that will face in the championship game will be the teams with the best two interconference records and that divisions will not be used … Continue reading AT&T Stadium To Host Big XII Championship Game from 2017 through 2021

Astros, Reddick Reach Contract Agreement

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report The Houston Astros and former Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics’, and Los Angeles Dodgers’ right fielder Josh Reddick have reached a 4-year, $52 million contract agreement. Reddick, 29, has been in the MLB for 8 seasons and has played for 3 different teams. This past season, he played in 115 games and bat .281 with 112 hits, 53 runs scored, 10 home runs, 37 runs batted in, and … Continue reading Astros, Reddick Reach Contract Agreement

How the Denver Broncos Can Reach Super Bowl LII in 2018

Photo Credit: BSN Denver It was not too long ago when the Denver Broncos pulled off the NFL’s latest version of a Super Bowl shocker. Despite being heavy underdogs against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, the Broncos’ historically good defense came through, beating the 15-1 Panthers by a final score of 24-10. Peyton Manning retired from the NFL, and as a result, the Broncos … Continue reading How the Denver Broncos Can Reach Super Bowl LII in 2018

Houston Crushes Louisville, Shakes Up CFP Picture

Photo Credit: Houston Chronicle Before the game featuring the #5 Louisville Cardinals and the Houston Cougars, I published an article talking about how a Houston win would shake up the whole College Football Playoff (CFP) Picture, which you can read HERE. That is exactly what happened. Houston crushed Louisville at home by a score of 36-10, holding Louisville quarterback and Heisman Trophy award frontrunner Lamar … Continue reading Houston Crushes Louisville, Shakes Up CFP Picture

Steven Stamkos Potentially Out for 4-6 Months

Photo Credit: Philly Influencer Tampa Bay Lighting captain and forward Steven Stamkos will likely miss 4-6 months after having surgery to repair his torn meniscus. Stamkos, 26, was drafted 1st overall in the 2008 NHL draft by the Lightning. He has scored 321 goals and tallied 261 assists for a total of 582 points in 586 career games. That is nearly an average of one point … Continue reading Steven Stamkos Potentially Out for 4-6 Months

How a Houston Win Tonight Would Change the Entire CFP Picture

Photo Credit: Philly Tonight, the Houston Cougars (8-2) will host the #5 Louisville Cardinals (9-1) in a game that has College Football Playoff (CFP) implications for the Cardinals and for every other team still in contention to get into the CFP. In short, a Houston win would pretty much invalidate everything written in my 3,252-word article that I wrote earlier this week about how the CFP … Continue reading How a Houston Win Tonight Would Change the Entire CFP Picture