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Michigan’s Classic Hits Roots

Those of you who were born in Michigan or who have lived there a long time know about the great history of the state has for producing rock and rollers. Some of the more obvious are Bob Seger and Ted Nugent. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg! If you’re looking for classic hits, Michigan is home. Glenn Fry – Glenn Fry of the Eagles was born in Detroit…

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The Lighter Side of Baseball: Interesting Stories and Facts

Baseball is still one of the most favorite sports in the United States. It has been so for years. The game is simple and easy to follow, making it one of the most watched sports of all time. Despite the competitive nature of baseball, there have been a lot of famously funny and interesting moments over the years. Let’s take a break from following updates from the league and take…

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5 of the Worst Football Injuries in the Last Decade

Football is one of the biggest sports in the world thanks to its entertaining matches and players that grace the pitch. Football is a beautiful game, but unfortunately there are times when it is nothing but disgusting. These times often consist of some horrific football player injuries, and some that have even forced players to retire early on in their careers. Let’s have a look at some of the worst…

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Lily Ramirez, Former University of Florida Swimmer, Turns Life Around After 2011 Incident

Many people know Lily Ramirez today as an accomplished swim champion, former children’s swimming instructor, community volunteer, and aspiring criminal law professional. But a couple of incidents back in college at the University of Florida in 2011 could have taken her on a different path. Faced with some tough choices, Ramirez instead took responsibility for her poor choices, apologized, and then refocused on a new goal: graduating from law school. Here’s…

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The Weirdest Pre-Game Rituals of All Time

Everyone is a little superstitious every now and then, but athletes seem to have some of the weirdest methods for ensuring that they will win every match. In fact, some of the biggest names in sports have showcased and discussed some really odd pre-game rituals. Check out the short list below to learn about just a few of the strangest superstitious rituals that athletes have performed in an effort to…

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Where Do You Go for Basketball News?

The great thing about this Internet is that there is information EVERYWHERE. The problem with the Internet sometimes is that there’s information EVERYWHERE . . . if you know what I mean. You can drive yourself crazy surfing from one site to the next trying to get the latest tidbit, photo, or video. We’re still a few months away from the start of basketball season, but when the time comes…

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4 Common Sports Injuries

Injuries happen, especially during sports. It does not matter how careful you are, you will end up having at least a few bruises, and at times without any mistake of your own. Here are four common sports injuries, that happen to almost every sports person. 1. Knee Ligament Injury Knee ligament injuries are the most dreaded injuries that professional athletes are afraid to face. These injuries can be specified into…

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Is it Time to “Call” the Olympics?

You’ve all seen the hospital drama TV shows where, despite the valiant efforts of doctors and nurses, someone has to “call” the time of death of a patient to make the end official, such as “Time of death, 2;48 PM.”  At which point everyone sulks away, a few people cry, and then the story quickly turns to someone having sex in the doctor’s lounge . . . or something like…

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Is There a College Football Bubble? A Review of “Billion-Dollar Ball”

As I look around the college football landscape as another season is about to begin, it looks like everything is going great for the sport. Attendance is up, revenue is up, high profile coaches like Jim Harbaugh are leaving the NFL for college teams, and stadiums are getting bigger and more luxurious. What could anyone involved possibly worry about? A bubble. And I’m not talking about the kind that create…

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Review: Moneyball the Movie

We’re taking a new direction here at BadJocks. After more than 16 years of reporting on the bad things people in sports do, we’re going to turn our attention to sports media: the movies, TV shows, sports radio stations, podcasts, books and other related resources that talk about sports. And for my first review, I’d like to talk about Moneyball (the movie, not the book, although I also read the…

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Coming to a Theater or WWE Event Near You Soon: The Iranian Hulk

No kidding. I really thought this was PhotoShopped when I first saw the story. This guy can’t be for real, can he? Here’s more on this beast from CBS Sports: If the next Marvel franchise is looking to cast a gigantic superhero — or supervillain — they need look no further than Sajad Gharibi. Gharibi has earned the nickname, “The Iranian Hulk,” due to his massive size and uncanny proportions. He’s…

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