Sixers Scouting Report: Brandon Ingram and Versatility

Brandon Ingram has been a clear top 2 pick for months now. It only took a month or so for Ingram to establish himself as someone who could go in the top of the draft. Now, some even prefer him to former consensus number one pick Ben Simmons. Some especially prefer Ingram for the Sixers […]


Penn State Recruiting: The Ups and Downs

College recruiting is very similar to a baseball team, when you’re going good, no one can stop you, but when you’re in a slump, everyone can beat you. Right now, James Franklin and his program are coming out of a slump on the recruiting trail, and headed in the right direction. Let’s take a look […]


10 Things I’d Do If I Could Be The Eagles GM

The city is buzzing around the Philadelphia Eagles after they traded up to draft quarterback Carson Wentz with the 2nd overall pick in this years NFL Draft. With now rumors swirling about Darren Sproles, and more, I figured I should give this a shot. Below are ten things I would do as the Eagles general […]


Josh Brown suffers an achilles tendon injury

Temple basketball received the worst news possible this past Friday, when it was learned their starting senior point guard Josh Brown suffered an left Achilles tendon injury. Brown reportedly suffered the injury while playing at the Owls’ practice facility. Brown developed into Temple’s hardest worker on the court and consistently played well each game. Brown […]

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Soul Hand Predators First Loss of the Season

Philadelphia: Last nights Soul Predators game was one both teams had circled on the calendar. They have a bit of a history and are not fans of each to say the least. Philadelphia Soul’s head coach Clint Dolezel told Philadelphia’s KYW Newsradio, “We don’t like each other”, two days prior to the big match-up. “He later […]

Jan 2, 2016; Nashville, TN, USA; LSU Tigers forward Ben Simmons (25) talks with teammates Tigers guard Keith Hornsby (4) and Tigers guard Antonio Blakeney (2) and Tigers forward Craig Victor II (32) during a  second half time out against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Memorial Gym. LSU won 90-82. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports ORG XMIT: USATSI-239774 ORIG FILE ID:  20160102_tdc_ab2_288.JPG

Sixers Scouting Report: Ben Simmons and Spacing

Ben Simmons was the consensus number 1 player in this draft class for years. The talented Australian forward is actually still the number one player on the majority of big boards. It certainly isn’t with the same unanimity that existed coming into the season, but most people still prefer Simmons to Duke swingman Brandon Ingram. […]


Philadelphia Union Pump Up Video For Rivalry Week

The Philadelphia Union posted a sick pump up video on twitter for MLS’s Heineken sponsored Rivalry Week. In case you didn’t already know, the Union are hosting D.C. United on May 20th for Rivalry Week. The game will be played at 7 p.m. and will be nationally televised on UniMas.  


Sixers Post-Lottery Notes

I already recounted my experience with the draft lottery on the site. That piece was really a retelling of the emotional experience of the Sixers winning the lottery, so I wanted to talk about more some of the actual ramifications of that night. Below, I have 10 notes cocnerning the Sixers now that the idea of […]

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Philadelphia Soul Player Profile: QB Dan Raudabaugh

For those of you familiar with our Philadelphia Soul Player Profiles, welcome back to our third edition! My teammate JP McClatchy has already introduced you to wide-receiver Shaun Kauleinamoku and defensive back Tracy Belton. If you have not gotten a chance to read those articles, click on our Soul link at the top of the page and check […]


Sixers Win the Lottery

There’s a nervous energy as thousands of Sixers fans are packed into Xfinity Live. I anxiously wait for the lottery to start. I’ve been here since before 6. A ton of us have. The lottery was supposed to start at 8 but it’s 8:15. Shit, we just went to commercial. O well it will be […]

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Open Letter To Sam Bradford Part 2

I was not happy with Sam Bradford during his holdout, and I was very adamant about the situation, as I’m sure you knew from my first open letter to Sam Bradford. I did not like the way himself and his agent went about the whole situation. Today, Sam Bradford said he had no regrets about […]


Philadelphia Soul Player Profile: Tracy Belton

Our Philadelphia Soul player profile series continues as we flip things to the defensive side of the ball to talk about defensive back Tracy Belton. Belton is in his first year with the Soul and has been a huge playmaker for their defense so far in the 2016 campaign. Belton played football at UMass and […]


Soul Zap Venom Out of Rattlers

Philadelphia: The Soul looked to get their first victory over the Arizona Rattlers, who were 6-0 all time against Philadelphia, prior to last nights game. Both teams came in with a record of 5-1, the Soul were looking to increase their winning streak to five, whereas the Rattlers were trying to bounce back from an 18 […]


Are the 2016 Phillies For Real?

    The Philadelphia Phillies currently sit in second place in the National League East, with a fairly impressive 22-15 record. Their record is a product of timely hitting and impressive pitching from top to bottom. This has many fans wondering if this team has what it takes to make an unlikely run from the […]


Phillies Draft Board

The 2016 MLB draft is a little less than a month away, and for the first time since 1998, the Phillies hold the first pick. In 1998, the Phils selected outfielder Pat Burrell with the first pick. Burrell helped the Phillies win two divisions titles and the World Series, something the organization hopes one of […]