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Sixers Regular Season Schedule Analysis

I’ve looked at the Sixers’ newly released schedule quite often since it was released last Wednesday. It’s a fairly typical schedule, with only a few things worth noting. Here are the things I picked out to analyze: The Sixers have zero nationally televised games this season. However, they play twice on NBA TV. Those games […]


Penn State 2015 Season Preview

The 2015 college football season kicks off in two weeks, and Penn State enters  its first full season in the post sanction era. After a rather disappointing first season as head coach,(7-6) James Franklin is looking forward to a better campaign in 2015. Many questions surround this Nittany Lions team, most of them concerning the […]


Remembering The Man: Utley’s Greatest Moments

At the end of this article, you will find a video @FanSince09 made to honor Chase Utley’s career in Philly. Please watch that, and consider possibly making a small donation to him. However much money he has left over, he will donate to the charity of his choosing.


Leave Her Utley Leave Her

Back in 1888 when Hall of Famer Ed Delahanty was playing second base for The Philadelphia Phillies, many men earned their living on fishing boats, living on the sea for months at a time for their livelihood. Under extremely dangerous-life threatening-conditions (think “Deadliest Catch” on a smaller boat with sails); they bonded with their fellow […]


Union announce 2016 USL expansion team

The Philadelphia Union have announced the creation of their new USL team, which will take the field in 2016 and will be based in Lehigh Valley. More details on the new team will be announced at a later date. “This is another landmark day in the short history of the Philadelphia Union. This was a […]


Danny Briere retires

Danny Briere has officially retired from the NHL as of yesterday. Danny was a key player for the Flyers for 6 of his 17 pro years as a NHL pro. We in Philadelphia have always had a special place in our hearts for Danny B. Everyone will always remember Danny leading  us to the 2010 […]


End of Summer recruiting

This has been an eventful summer for Penn State and the nation as a whole in recruiting. With school approaching, many recruits are ready to make a few more visits and then decide. Here’s everything you need to know from now till September 1st. Andrew Pryts- The 4 star safety from Hermitage, Pa (Hickory high […]

Flyers ink Voracek to extension



Don’t Knapp on Andrew

When the Phillies acquired top catching prospect Jorge Alfaro in the Cole Hamels deal, many people, including myself thought the Phillies finally had their catcher of the future. Andrew Knapp has other plans. Knapp was promoted to double A Reading in early July, and he’s been as hot as the weather. With Alfaro out for […]



The Reading Fightin’ Phils with rehabbing Chase Utley came to Trenton’s Arm And Hammer Stadium and hammered the arms of the Thunder. Reading pounded out fifteen hits and scored seven runs while tagging starting pitcher Caleb Smith for four runs on eight hits. He was lifted for reliever Cesar Vargas in the fifth inning. Tonight, […]

Philadelphia Eagles Take On Four Quality Opponents During Preseason Slate

The Philadelphia Eagles roster overhaul has been well-documented during the offseason, and it’s finally near the time where Chip Kelly and the Eagles’ front office can prove that they know what they’re doing. As interesting of a team as any, thanks to some unexpected former player reactions from those who were cut, traded or released […]


The Good Book on Phillies Trades

And on the seventh day, Ruben Amaro rested. Because on the previous six he was busy re-creating The Phillies. Ruben began his week moving heaven and earth trying to unload The Phillies lone 2015 All Star and clubhouse cancer, Jonathan Papelbon, to the Washington Nationals for double A pitcher Nick Pivetta. I would have taken […]


Eagles Trade Boykin To Steelers

Here we are, right before training camp starts, the Eagles make a deal to send Brandon Boykin to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a conditional draft pick. The pick the Eagles will receive can be as high as a 4th round pick, that’s if Boykin plays 60% of the snaps. I am not shocked by this move […]

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Penn State men’s basketball to participate in Vegas Classic

Penn State’s men’s basketball team will take on the University of Colorado in the Vegas Classic on Tuesday, December 22nd. The game will be played at the Orleans Arena at 8:30 p.m. The winner of that game will face the winner of the SMU/Kent State matchup in their following game, which will be aired on […]