Korean Swimmer Fails Drug Test, Comes Up With New Excuse

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January 27, 2015

Meet South Korean Olympic swimming champ Park Tae-hwan. Park became the first South Korean ever to win an Olympic gold medal in swimming when he took the men’s 400-meter freestyle race at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and later added a silver medal in the 200-meter freestyle. Park, 25, is also the most decorated South Korean in the history of the Asian Games with a total of 20 medals, including six…

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Video: Deflate-Gate: Can People Guess Which Ball Has Less Air?

Video: Deflate-Gate: Can People Guess Which Ball Has Less Air?
January 27, 2015

These guys took a couple of footballs, one at 10.5 PSI and the other at 12.5 PSI and asked people on the street if they could tell the difference, in a vain attempt to give fans first hand exposure to what all the Deflate-gate hoopla is about. The result? You can probably guess.

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Reddit: ESPN Draft Analyst for NBA Draft, Chad Ford, Allegedly Doctored Old Draft Boards

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January 26, 2015

One of the jobs that has arisen on modern sports broadcasting is the “draft expert” (like Mel Kiper) who come out of the woodwork for a few months each year to give their analysis of the top players to be drafted by professional teams out of college. In this case, we have a guy named Chad Ford who does mock NBA drafts for ESPN. Only, it seems that someone changed…

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New England Patriots 2014 Season Review: An Unbelievable Streak

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January 25, 2015

From out friends at Numberfire: How incredible was the Patriots winning streak toward the end of the season? They looked like chumps early on, but then . . . something happened. Here’s more from New England Patriots 2014 Season Review: An Unbelievable Streak: It’s amazing, really. Since 2001, the New England Patriots have reached nine AFC Championships, have failed to make the playoffs twice and, after next Sunday, will have…

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Video: Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ Reacts to Bill Belichick’s Scandal 2015

Video: Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ Reacts to Bill Belichick’s Scandal 2015
January 25, 2015

If you believe Wikipedia (and who, under 20 doesn’t?) Patriots coach Bill “I Am Not a Crook” Belichick has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Wesleyan University he earned back in 1975. So, as some us determined from his press conference this week where he tried to explain “the science” Coach B does not have a degree in one of the applied science. Or even a minor. Probably took some science…

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The Real DeflateGate Legacy: An Asterisk Next to the “Patriots Era”

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January 25, 2015

Major League Baseball will always have to live with the asterisk next to the stats bulked-up players compiled during the “steroid era.” Now the National Football League will have to live with any records set during the “Patriots Era” lasting from about 2002 until at least 2015 . . . maybe longer. My proof? Well, first you should read the book SpyGate by Bryan O’Leary to get a bit of…

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YardBarker – Report: NFL tried to catch Patriots in the act

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January 25, 2015

And the DeflateGate story just keeps getting better. Just a day after Bill “Read My Lips” Belichick claimed the Patriots followed all NFL rules (we’re surprised he wasn’t struck by lighting) there are reports that the NFL was actually trying to catch New England cheating! Here’s more on the story from YardBarker: Believe it or not, the outrage surrounding Deflategate will eventually fizzle out. And when it does, no one…

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