2020 NFL Mock Draft Post Combine, V 2.0

What happens on the actual field at the combine pales in comparison to what happens off of it. What happens off of it are medical evaluations, interviews, etc. But sometimes, things that take place between the white lines during the combine can influence a player’s draft stock. So here is my, (2nd) best guess as to how the 2020 NFL Draft shapes up now that … Continue reading 2020 NFL Mock Draft Post Combine, V 2.0

Coyotes are in one Hall of a Situation

Since being acquired from the New Jersey Devils on December 16th, 2019 Taylor Hall has been far and away the best talent on the ‘Yotes roster. He has amassed 9 goals and 14 assists during his short tenure in the desert showcasing the kind of elite skill not seen before in the valley. So what is the problem? The problem is the underwhelming record of … Continue reading Coyotes are in one Hall of a Situation

Did the Houston Astros cheat the Seattle Mariners out of a 2018 Postseason Berth?

This is a story that has engulfed the baseball world as a whole, but its sting is just a little bit sharper for the Seattle Mariners and their fan-base. When the Houston Astros joined the American League West in 2013, no one could have predicted that they would be the focal point of a cheating scandal that would rock Major League Baseball to its core … Continue reading Did the Houston Astros cheat the Seattle Mariners out of a 2018 Postseason Berth?

2020 NFL Mock Draft, V 1.0

So I’ve watched all the tape, crunched all the numbers and dug through all the stats and analytics. OK, I didn’t do all that, but I did hop on Youtube for a couple minutes and search “2019 Highlights (Insert whatever prospects name here)” and watch the nation’s best players highlight reels until I could make a very, extremely, informed determination off of a 4 minute … Continue reading 2020 NFL Mock Draft, V 1.0

Stanley Cup Playoffs: A Mirage in the Desert?

Were the playoffs simply a mirage for the Arizona Coyotes after a strong start to the season? The short answer is…possibly. The Arizona Coyotes appeared to be a team heading in the right direction after finishing the first two months of the season at 15-9-4. Finally, it seemed that General Manager John Chayka as well as head coach Rick Tocchet had the roster they envisioned. … Continue reading Stanley Cup Playoffs: A Mirage in the Desert?

Hope Springs Eternal: A 2020 Seattle Mariners Spring Training Guide to Hope

Let’s be honest, the title of this article would be alot more accurate if we were talking about two seasons in the future. But oh well, it’s almost Spring Training and pitchers and catchers are about to start rolling into camp and all fans deserve to be optimistic about their team…even if they happen to be a Seattle Mariner fan. So I put this together … Continue reading Hope Springs Eternal: A 2020 Seattle Mariners Spring Training Guide to Hope

Gila River Football’s Jeremy Mercier signs with Utah

Gila River football player Jeremy Mercier is officially a Utah Ute. The redshirt sophomore linebacker made things official when he inked his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday night at Union Grill in Gilbert. “I can’t wait to put that helmet on and start playing,” Mercier said. “I know it’s going to be a lot of work, but I don’t come from much so I’m … Continue reading Gila River Football’s Jeremy Mercier signs with Utah

Seton Catholic Prep players react to Coach Karen Self being named as McDonald’s All-American coach of the West

Having the opportunity to play in the McDonald’s All-American game is a huge deal. It’s a prestigious honor, as the top 24 girls in the country are selected each year out of more than 900 nominees. Having the opportunity to coach in it, though, is something is something that even fewer people have a chance to do, as there’s only two coaches selected each year. … Continue reading Seton Catholic Prep players react to Coach Karen Self being named as McDonald’s All-American coach of the West