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Kansas City, Last year

Last year, just before the Kansas City Royals were completing their run to a World Series crown (pun intended Royals’ Crown), the NFL Kansas City Chiefs were beginning a nice run of their own. 215 more words

Bernie and Hillary, a team made not quite in heaven. A bizarre Colbert sketch reminds me of 1980s Letterman show. And the father who took out an ad searching for a wife for his son

Well, it finally happened. It took all the until mid-July, but the old Jewish guy from Vermont finally endorsed the woman who will be our next President, his former rival. 567 more words

Ian Eagle: If The Browns Are Convinced That Either Wentz Or Goff Is Their Guy, Then They Should Draft Him At #2

Ian Eagle  joined Matt Dery on Saturday to talk about the NFL Draft, what the browns should do with the second pick and so much more! 7 more words


Ian Eagle: Heat Will Be Cavs Biggest Threat In East

Conventional wisdom says that Toronto has the best chance of beating Cleveland in the Eastern Conference playoffs. After all, the Raptors are the 2-seed, they won 56 games – the fourth-most in basketball – and they finished just one game behind the Cavs (57-25) for home-court advantage in the East. 303 more words

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Ian Eagle: Larranaga's Youthful Energy Unified Hurricanes

Jim Larranaga became a household name in 2006, when he led George Mason to the Final Four with wins over Michigan State, North Carolina and Connecticut. 358 more words


Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: February 18, 2016

Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” came at the expense of one of the best play-by-play men in the business, Ian Eagle, as Craig morphed into Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov and elicited lots of laughter. 74 more words


Ian Eagle: Not Your Typical Patriots Year

After dropping four of their final six games, after having numerous injuries to key players at key positions, and after Chandler Jones was admitted to a hospital this week, the New England Patriots open the playoffs this Saturday with a great deal of uncertainty. 529 more words

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