30 People Discuss The Scariest Movie They've Ever Seen

Horror is such a subjective experience. Something that is terrifying to one person isn’t the least bit scary to someone else. We asked 30 people to share the one movie that freaked them out more than any other. 1,036 more words

Federer or Nadal? Who is the Greatest of All Time?

Recently here at the coronado tennis centre myself and one of the other pros, have been having a discussion on who we think deserves the title as the greatest mens tennis player of all time. 1,438 more words


Major League Baseball's Combined No-Hitters

It’s happened 11 times – combined no-hitters – including tonight.

Four Philadelphia Phillies pitchers joined arms to toss a no-hitter against the Atlanta Braves. 289 more words


Newcastle's All-Time Best Premier League Eleven

Thank you to Newcastle Stats (@NewcastleStats) for the article – you can see more of their writing HERE 654 more words

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Pete Rose, Derek Jeter, Ichiro Suzuki and the Top 20 Players with the Most Singles in Baseball History

Probably – and I haven’t gone through everybody’s numbers – most players’ hits, the highest percentage, are singles.

They’re just the easiest to create.

But within that 60%-90% or so range are enough differences to “single” out those hitters who were primarily singles hitters and those who collected doubles and home runs (and much more rarely, triples) more often than the others. 251 more words


College Football's Highest Scoring Teams...Min. 500 Points; All-Time by Season

Entering the 2014 College Football season, 202 teams have scored at least 500+  points in a single-season.  These teams have turned this into 554 accomplishments. 2,699 more words

Team Scoring Averages of the 10 Winningest Head Coaches

College football has seen a lot its coaches down through the years have successful seasons and careers.

However, to create an all-time register of each mentor that has patrolled a sideline, even for just a season, would be a monumental task—as  it would read like a “Who’s Who” in the sport’s long and distinguished history. 1,781 more words

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