Penn State recruiting update

When the season starts, recruiting often gets over looked. Here’s a little update on Penn State’s recruiting situation. 2016 This class is ranked #4 in the nation and has 20 recruits. Only 5 spots remain. Guys most notably to take those spots are 4 star WR Tre Nixon, who is favoring PSU and Georgia. 3 […]


Phillies end on high note

The 2015 Phillies season wrapped up today at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies would beat the Marlins 7-2, which means one thing. Avoid 100 Losses!!!  Thats right, this may have been one of the worst Phillies teams ever, but realistically, it was a successful season. Here’s why 1. We got the first pick in the […]


Eagles Week 4 Notes & Observations: Frustration

Ugh, this is getting really frustrating. Somehow, someway, the Philadelphia Eagles are finding different ways to lose every week. They fall now to 1-3 after a tough 23-20 loss today at Washington. Andy Reid never lost consecutive games in Washington. Chip Kelly now has. Notes & Observations below compiled from online sources: Reuben Frank, CSN Philly, […]


Penn State Review #5: Army

A win is a win right? Penn State slipped past Army 20-14 to improve to 4-1, but the play was as bad as the weather. Without Barkley and Lynch, the running game suffered. The offense totaled 264 yards, 108 of them on the ground. Nick Scott had 54 yards rushing a touchdown. Christian Hackenberg was […]

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Sixers Talk: Allen Iverson’s case to be a first-ballot hall of famer

Allen Iverson had a fantastic career in Philadelphia, where he cemented himself as a basketball legend. He will be eligible to be in the hall of fame in 2016.  Allen Iverson was a stud in college. He attended Georgetown University, where he played basketball for 2 years. He set the school record for highest points […]


Penn State preview #5: Army

The Lions are winners of three in a row, and this weekend they will welcome the Army Black Knights (1-3) to Happy Valley. Overview Army isn’t the greatest of teams, but they are more than a walk over. Army could easily be 3-1 just like Penn State. They run the triple option, so the defense […]


Penn State: 1/3 season grades

When you were in school, every quarter of the year you got a report card with grades on it telling you how well you did in each subject. Here’s my first quarter grades for the Nittany Lions. Offense Let’s start with QB Christian Hackenberg: The signal caller had a rough game to start the season […]


Eagles Week 3 Notes & Observations: It’s a Start….

The Philadelphia Eagles won their first game of the season on Sunday afternoon, beating the 2-0 New York Jets 24-17 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. It was certainly nice to see the Eagles get in the win column, and while we saw a lot of improvement (defense, special teams), there are still a number […]


Penn State Review #4: SDSU

The Penn State Nittany Lions won today’s contest versus San Diego State 37-21, but the win would prove to be costly. Game Summary: Penn State 37 SDSU 21 Christian Hackenberg: 21-35, 296 yards, 3 TDs Saquon Barkley: 8 rushes, 62 yards, 1 rec TD Austin Johnson: 74-yard fumble recovery TD The offense looked much better today. […]


US Open Cup to be aired on ESPN2

The Philadelphia Union take on Sporting Kansas City on September 30th at PPL Park. The winner will be crowned champions of the U.S. Open Cup. As you saw in this title of this article, the game will be televised on ESPN2. This is the first time since 1999 the championship game of the U.S. Open […]

Penn upsets Villanova (2015, Photo credit: Penn Athletics)

Penn toasts Villanova in win for the ages

They say some things are worth the wait. If that’s the case, then Penn fans must be over the top following Thursday night’s 24-13 victory over Villanova in a Thursday night FCS contest on the Main Line. Penn, winners of just two games a season ago, stunned No. 4/5 Villanova, the first victory for the […]


Penn State preview #4: SDSU

The Nittany Lions(2-1) will welcome in the San Diego State Aztecs(1-2) on Saturday. Penn State is coming off a big win against Rutgers and look to continue their winning ways. Overview: The Aztecs may be 1-2, but their defense can cause problems for an unpredictable Lions’ offense. Freshmen running back Saquon Barkley exploded onto the […]


Philadelphia Flyers 2015-16 Season Preview

Fall is upon us, which means it’s time for another hockey season! Everyone in Philadelphia has lots of questions about this years Fyers team. Questions like, how will Dave Hakstol do in his first season as the Flyers coach? What will the defensive pairs look like? These questions will start to be answered starting October […]


Phillies extend Pete Mackanin through 2016

The Phillies managerial search is over before it even started after the team announced today they have extended Pete Mackanin through 2016. The contract also has a club option for 2017 so there’s a lot of incentive to turn this team around. It’s interesting the organization announced Mackanin as manager for next year without a […]