Let’s See That Again! (via Tom Reeder’s Blog)

Let's See That Again! Evolving technology has changed sports so much that it is now possible for viewers to see replays of a ballplayer spitting from many different angles, and in super slow motion.  The fan in the stands sees the game in a very large format, but the fan at home sees a lot more details, and sees each play severa … Read More

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Could This Be The Week Jeter Signs? (via Yankees Kid Talk)

Could This Be The Week Jeter Signs? As the holiday season officially began this past weekend, so did another week of speculation over the negotiations between Derek Jeter and the Yankees. Is it the years? Is it the money? Is it greed? And the most important question…..when will he sign? There have been no signs what-so-ever of the two sides coming closer to a deal. All there has been, particularly in the past week, are rumors from Jeter camp that the deal the Yankees are offering … Read More

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To Kill A King: Cleveland Cavalier Fans Make Their Own Chant Sheet For LeBron’s Return (via News From The Hardwood)

To Kill A King: Cleveland Cavalier Fans Make Their Own Chant Sheet For LeBron's Return We all know that the entire city of Cleveland, and quite possibly the state of Ohio, are all bitter at LeBron James for leaving to go play second fiddle to Dwyane Wade down in South Beach. With arguably the most anticipated game of the season coming up on Thursday (Dec 2), when 'Bron makes his return to play his former team at the Quickens Loan Arena, the fans of Cleveland have put together their very own "chant" sheet for every time he touches t … Read More

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UConn women’s basketball’s streak buzz: from the media’s standpoint (via Same Size Balls)

Here are some more thoughts on UConn women's basketball's winning streak as the tying game against Ohio State gets closer: —–Christine Brennan wrote a post about how if a men's team was in UConn's position, the media coverage would be completely different. On second thought, let's not, because it would be no contest. If a men's team were in UConn's position, going for its 88th consecutive victory, coverage likely already would have reached the … Read More

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Men and Exterior Illumination: A New Olympic Sport (via Walkswithstress’s Blog)

Men and Exterior Illumination: A New Olympic Sport Most men complain when the holidays arrive and it’s time for exterior illumination. I know deep down that it’s really a competitive sport. He with the most expensive electric bill in the month of December wins. I think an Exterior Illumination category should be added to the next Winter Olympics. Men from all walks of life will participate in a race to create the tackiest Christmas displays possible. Contenders will navigate through an obstacle c … Read More

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Non-Review Review: Tron Legacy (via the m0vie blog)

Non-Review Review: Tron Legacy I admired the original Tron perhaps because of what it attempted rather than because of what it accomplished. It was brave and bold, and it demonstrated more than any other film of its time what was possible with computer-generated imagery – it was a statement of intent and a proof of concept. However, it was also somewhat awkward and clunky – to the point that several sequences in the movie had to hand-animated rather than digitally modelled, be … Read More

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2010 NFL Week 14 – Power Rankings (via Taking it to the House)

2010 NFL Week 14 - Power Rankings The San Diego Chargers and WR Ledegu Naane will be looking to rebound against the AFC West division-leading Kansas City Chiefs in Week 14's marquee game I am calling Week 14 of the 2010 NFL season, “Do or Die Week”, as several “on the bubble” teams can either join the push toward the playoffs or start planning for their off-season this week.  With only 4 weeks left in the regular season, the intensity has definitely picked-up around the league. A … Read More

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