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Grading the Signing: Dodgers Sign Scott Kazmir

The Los Angeles Dodgers entered this offseason with pitching on their mind. Clearly, observers agreed, the Dodgers would either re-sign superstar pitcher Zack Greinke or would replace him with one of the top aces available on the market. The Dodgers did neither. They got outbid by the Arizona Diamondbacks, a division rival, in the Greinke The post Grading the Signing: Dodgers Sign...
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January 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Schoolyard Ball: Chapter One

With just one game left in the college football season, it’s time to turn more of our attention to the hardwood.  Last night, the top two teams in the country (as of now) battled at Allen Fieldhouse and it did not disappoint.  Every week for the rest of the season, “Schoolyard Ball” will attempt to The post Schoolyard Ball: Chapter One appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Chargers, Rams, and Raiders Apply for Relocation: We Have Their Applications

As I’m sure many of you know, the San Diego Chargers, Saint Louis Rams, and the Oakland Raiders are all eyeing a potential move from their current locations to Los Angeles, California. Today, news broke that all three teams have filed applications to move their franchises out to the City of Angels and we have The post Chargers, Rams, and Raiders Apply for Relocation: We Have Their...
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Hits & Botches: Raw 1/5

Raw was actually pretty good. Hands down, the best Raw of 2016 so far (see what I did there HUR HUR HUR). But really, it was a decent show, again with an emphasis on matches and very few angles or bad interview segments. It feels like WWE is starting to plan ahead now, which makes The post Hits & Botches: Raw 1/5 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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JR Smith Is The Greatest Basketball Player Of All Time

… at making 8 or more three-point shots in a game. During the Cleveland Cavaliers (23-9) 22 point beatdown of the Toronto Raptors (21-15), JR Smith shot 8/14 from behind the arc to give him 24 points for the game. More importantly for Smith, his eighth three pointer with 2:00 left in the game put The post JR Smith Is The Greatest Basketball Player Of All Time appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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A Day in the Life of DeMarcus Cousins

7:30 AM: Alarm goes off 7:30 AM: Hit snooze button 7:40 AM: Hit snooze button 7:50 AM: Hit snooze button 8:00 AM: Wake up 8:10 AM: Breakfast – egg whites, turkey bacon, water 8:15 AM: Bless up 8:30 AM: Shower, dress, head to Sleep Train Arena 9:15 AM: Park in personal parking space with sign The post A Day in the Life of DeMarcus Cousins appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Chiefs road success poses as major threat going into playoffs

The Chiefs concluded the NFL season as one of the better road teams in the NFL and are entering the playoffs with the hot hand. Through eight road games, plus a neutral site game played at Wembley Stadium in London, Kansas City’s offense averaged 29 points per game. On the defensive side of the ball, The post Chiefs road success poses as major threat going into playoffs appeared...
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Five New Year’s Resolutions The Minnesota Timberwolves Should Have

The New Year is already upon us and while you are preparing your resolutions of adding more kale and cutting out the Kardashian’s, the Minnesota Timberwolves should be looking for ways to better themselves in 2016. Right now they are two spots out of the playoffs and have played hot thanks to some great play [&hellip The post Five New Year’s Resolutions The Minnesota Timberwolves...
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January 01, 2016  |  Discuss

The Only Thing Steph Curry and LeBron James Have In Common

Steph Curry and LeBron James are the two best players in the NBA. They have a rivalry that’s not really a rivalry but it still kind of is. It’s hard to explain, much like their respective games. Two players so similar in dominance so far apart in styles of play. Two pillars of power with [&hellip The post The Only Thing Steph Curry and LeBron James Have In Common appeared...
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December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Top 15 WWE Matches of 2015

It’s easy to look at WWE in 2015 and compare it to better years. The product today is stale, the booking decisions are often confusing at best and the storylines are rarely enjoyable. But the pure talent on the roster is so much better today than it has ever been. Everyone on the roster right [&hellip The post Top 15 WWE Matches of 2015 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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CFB WEEKLY PICKS: PLAYOFF/NEW YEAR’S SIX

It’s here. It’s on. It’s lit. Whatever. Football games. PEACH BOWL: #18 Houston vs. #9 Florida State The Cougars, 12-1 under first-year coach Tom Herman and led by dynamic quarterback Greg Ward Jr., get a chance to show their goods on a national level against a blueblood opponent stocked with elite talent, namely running back Dalvin Cook. BRIAN: [&hellip The post CFB...
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December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

NCB Around The NFL 2015: Week 17

Heading into the final week of the 2015 regular season, on this week’s “Around The NFL”, Farzin, Robert, and Danny discuss the firing of Chip Kelly, the credibility of the Peyton Manning HGH report, the playoff picture, and more! You won’t be disappointed! Robert Zeglinski is a student writer and broadcaster who absolutely loves all [&hellip The post NCB Around The NFL...
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Sugar Bowl Preview: Oklahoma State vs. Ole Miss

The same destination, but from two very different paths. On the one hand, you’ve got Oklahoma State, who quietly went 8-0 before bursting onto the playoff picture scene with an upset over TCU (in which their defense forced then Heisman favorite Trevone Boykin into throwing four picks). However, stumbling down the stretch to Baylor and [&hellip The post Sugar Bowl Preview: Oklahoma...
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December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Rose Bowl Preview: Stanford vs. Iowa

Of all the non-playoff NY6 bowls, there’s little doubt that the Rose Bowl is the most compelling. Two teams with reputations for showcasing brute force and indomitable size crashing into each other for an hour straight, in a matchup that seems starkly similar to last year’s Rose Bowl between Michigan State and…Stanford. The Cardinals may [&hellip The post Rose Bowl Preview...
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Cotton Bowl Preview: Alabama vs. Michigan State

There’s an obvious ridiculousness to summing something as complex as college football up to a single word or phrase. For all its complexities and intricacies, the game and games of the game are often attempted to be summed up in one short collection of words by people who sit and watch and try best to [&hellip The post Cotton Bowl Preview: Alabama vs. Michigan State appeared...
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FIESTA BOWL PREVIEW: Notre Dame vs. Ohio State

Either of these teams could fit in to the Playoff just fine. The Ohio State Buckeyes, the defending 2014 national champ, struggled to maintain their footing in 2015. They stumbled only once, but it was enough, and Michigan State went to the Big Ten title game instead. Two or three more Ezekiel Elliott carries and they’re [&hellip The post FIESTA BOWL PREVIEW: Notre Dame vs...
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LeBron James Carries The Cleveland Cavaliers Past The Denver Nuggets 93-87

Playing in their fourth road game in five nights, the Cleveland Cavaliers (21-9) went into Denver to face off against the Nuggets (12-20) and controlled the game from the opening tip-off all the way to the final buzzer. The final score may have seemed close but you can’t judge a game by the final score.  And this game [&hellip The post LeBron James Carries The Cleveland...
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ORANGE BOWL PREVIEW: Oklahoma vs. Clemson

This is the Playoff game we dream about. Hard-hitting defenses clear the way for electric offenses led by speedy quarterbacks. Running backs that hit first and juke later. No obvious weaknesses. Yes, the inaugural College Football Playoff-version of the Orange Bowl should be one for the ages. Oklahoma got here on the arm of a new transfer [&hellip The post ORANGE BOWL PREVIEW...
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December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Hits & Botches: Raw 12/28

  It’s the last Raw of the year! It’s been a pretty up and down year to say the least, but hopefully 2016 brings us some awesomeness i.e. some NXT call ups. I missed last week’s Raw, but given that it was the Slammy Awards Raw, all I really missed was three hours of video [&hellip The post Hits & Botches: Raw 12/28 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Texts From Last Night: Peyton Manning on HGH Edition

The news broke this weekend that chicken Parm enthusiast and sometime quarterback, Peyton Manning, had been linked to a new story from Al Jazeera connecting him to illegal doping with human growth hormone.  I’m sure you’ve seen it and I’m sure you don’t care that a dude who pretty much had his neck guillotined from [&hellip The post Texts From Last Night: Peyton Manning...
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December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

PEACH BOWL PREVIEW: Houston vs. Florida State

Houston got its money’s worth with Tom Herman in year one. The Cougars went 12-1, shut out Vanderbilt, dominated Navy, won the suddenly strong American Athletic Conference, earned the coveted Group of Five spot in the New Year’s Six bowls, and retained Herman when plenty of alluring jobs were available. It helped very much that he had [&hellip The post PEACH BOWL PREVIEW...
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December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Are The Miami Heat Actually Good?

The Miami Heat are 18-11 and sitting in third place in the Eastern Conference. After all the uncertainties of the last year and a half, it’s a pretty great spot to be for them. But no one would argue that they’re a championship contender, or could even hang with the Cavaliers at the top of [&hellip The post Are The Miami Heat Actually Good? appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Path to Victory : Nebraska vs UCLA

ARE YOU READY FOR A BOWL GAME? Foster Farms’ bowl promotions aren’t as grandiose as the Monday Night Football songs but their commercials are still pretty fantastic. Typically, after a 5-7 season, you wouldn’t expect to see a bowl breakdown in Nebraska. The Huskers finished their regular season with a pretty good showing (except from [&hellip The post Path to Victory :...
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December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

A Christmas Day NBA Viewing Guide

For many people, this slate of games is the NBA’s opening day. I wholeheartedly disagree with that, but it makes sense. The NFL is slowing down, the bowl games haven’t gotten good yet, and it’s not March so college ball is only slowly ramping up. This holiday is a yearly showcase for the best players [&hellip The post A Christmas Day NBA Viewing Guide appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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December 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Prized Recruit, Santa Claus, Gives Verbal Commitment to the Huskers

Sources have confirmed that prize recruit, Santa Claus, has issued a solid verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Won over, in large part, due to the color scheme at the university, the 6’5″ 29o lb. prize recruit out of North Pole Prep has been the subject of a great deal of speculation in the [&hellip The post Prized Recruit, Santa Claus, Gives Verbal Commitment...
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