By Eddie Melville April 4, 2018 (This is second segment of a 2-part series highlighting the offensive milestones accomplished during the 2017-18 NHL season, as well as those special goal, assist, and point-markers still within reach as the regular season draws to a close.) If your favorite hockey highlight reels involve sick wrist shots,... Continue Reading →
The 2017-18 NHL regular season has been special for hockey fans who love offense. But why? In Part 1 of a two-part series, Eddie explains what makes the goals, assists, and points races special, setting up a further analysis of the broader topic in Part 2.
By Travis KilpatrickThere have been 7 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championships won by current American Athletic Conference teams; 4 from UCONN, 2 from Cincinnati, and 1 from Temple. However, only UCONN’s 2014 championship came after the American Conference re-branded itself in April of 2013 following the turmoil that split the Big East. In 2018, the... Continue Reading →
Written by Travis Kilpatrick The NBA season has finally reached the All-Star break and the best players are starting to show up in big ways. When the All-Star game ends, the MVP discussion really starts to heat up. Here is my breakdown of the MVP candidates and how I feel each one’s chances are at... Continue Reading →
We know Alabama and Georgia were two great teams, but how good was the SEC in 2017? Is it truly a league above all leagues like so many of its fans and media cheerleaders have proclaimed? Let's take a look! The following is how all SEC teams faired against non-conference Power 5 opponents in... Continue Reading →
By Eddie Melville In recent memory, there have been few football teams as impressive or polarizing as the 2017 UCF Knights. If you believe the Knights are the 2017 National Champions, you have a lot of people in your camp. While UCF was not invited to the College Football Playoff, the team was the only... Continue Reading →
By: Travis Kilpatrick How should UCF and the NCAA handle UCF’s undefeated season? On Monday night January 8th, the CFP National Championship will be played in Atlanta between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs and the winner will be crowned by the NCAA as National Champions of college football. However, there is a... Continue Reading →
By Eddie Melville The scoring race in the NHL has always intrigued me. Granted, I am a Pittsburgh Penguins fan and we have won a ridiculous amount of Art Ross trophies in my lifetime; however, I often have found that the best players are those that stay on or towards the top of the NHL... Continue Reading →