In which two shows take a break and one comes back from the dead. 1,540 more words
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With week one now in the books, there isn’t a tremendous amount of change in the rankings, as only three teams lost, and they all lost to other ranked teams (according to the AP Poll; two of the three lost to ranked teams in my previous ranking). 1,456 more words
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
6:04-Kiley & Booms chat about Sunday’s night-game being suspended in extra with the Indians leading 4-2 and why the win wasn’t just handed to the Tribe in the 10th. 574 more words
I’m a big fan of power rankings. The rise and fall of players is a sports fan’s version of a soap opera. As the seasons change, so does one’s standing within an organization, from great play, to poor performance, to healthy scratches, then finally to demotion, an athlete can start on go from star to wash-up, or vice versa, in a matter of months. 196 more words