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College Football Top 128, Week of Oct. 25

The Top Ten finally had a major shakeup when Ohio State fell to Penn State, 24-21. The Buckeyes could have fallen further in the poll, but they stayed ahead of Western Michigan and Boise State because of their strength of schedule. 734 more words


'Now On Deck' 2016 World Series Prediction

By Ryan Decker

Tuesday night the eyes of the sports world will be centered squarely on Cleveland, Ohio.

The Cleveland Cavaliers will unveil the city’s first championship banner in over 50 years as they host the New York Knicks on the opening night of the NBA regular season. 1,002 more words


"Apocalypse Of Time"

Time worsens time, changing its degree and state from bad to ‘badder’. Even if the sun is yellowing outside the weather’s getting colder and colder. This world is moving towards long winters and hot wars. 106 more words

10 Bold Prediction for the 2016/2017 NBA Season

It’s finally here! The NBA returns tomorrow and the excitement is…rampant? I mean, it’s basically written in stone that the Warriors/Cavaliers Finals rematch is coming, but the season should still be exciting right? 1,376 more words

FUTURE to be seen

Sometimes I wish, I could foresee my future,

So my sleepless nights are bearable enough for my mornings.

So I know my worries are no longer valid. 59 more words

Hillary Clinton is now a 98 percent Favorite to Win the Presidency

Following weeks of surging poll numbers, Hillary Clinton is now poised to win the presidency, barring unprecedented polling error or unforeseen game changing events. She is now a 98 percent favorite to win the White House, meaning a candidate in her position losing would be a once-in-two-centuries event.   854 more words

2016 World Series Prediction

The 2016 MLB World Series begins on Tuesday as the Cleveland Indians of the American League face off against the National League champion Chicago Cubs. The MLB continues to show its parity as another new team will win the World Series. 777 more words

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