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Aaron Kromer Went To The Bernie Mac School of Child Management
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When Rex Ryan was hired by the Buffalo Bills in early January, he stated that his modus operandi would be an emphasis on “building a bully.” Bully Ball embodies Ryan’s basic football philosophy. Defensively, that mindset is a dime a dozen. However, as offenses have embraced finesse attributes, Ryan’s Bills are an endangered species playing a gritty, bruising anachronistic style

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Joshua Barker (Shot)Puts The Competition In Its Place
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Every now and then, the sports crystal ball prophesizes great futures from athletes outside the limelight. This time, we focus on the shot-put which is often treated like the Tito Jackson of track and field events. Down in suburban Georgia 9-year-old fourth-grader Joshua Barker recently shattered a 17-year county record for the 9-10 age group in the shot-put at the

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Call Kenny Loggins: Pete Carroll Got Seattle Stuck In The Danger(Russ) Zone
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Malcolm Butler deflated an elated (Danger)Russell Wilson more dramatically than the Pats could (allegedly) lower the air pressure of a Wilson football with a pump and a needle. Quarterbacks will always be the casual fan’s central focus, but candid cornerbacks were the fulcrum that kept the gears of the past league year spinning. Richard Sherman served as the mouthpiece for

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Josh Smith Is A Test of Morey’s Law And The New Analytics Age
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The success of Josh Smith could be a blow to the analytical revolution Daryl Morey has cultivated as the chairperson for the annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and as the Houston Rockets general manager. For the first half of his tenure, Morey’s quantitative approach to roster management, which relied on data compilation that determines how a player projects to fit

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Urban Meyer Thrusts A Harpoon Into The Heart of the SEC
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The collective coaching IQs on the field for the second of two New Years Day national semifinals made Ohio State and Alabama seem like a meeting of the world’s greatest mathematicians at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman, the 2014 Broyles Award winner as the nation’s top assistant vs. his Alabama counterpart Lane Kiffin, another 2014 Broyles Award

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