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Taylor’s Tuesday Top 25, College and Pro Picks

I wanted the Panthers to go after Chip Kelly at the end of last season and I believe he would’ve taken the job. My mind was running wild watching Michael Vick run his offense last night.


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Taylor’s Tuesday Top 25, College and Pro Pick

The Carolina Panthers really, really, really need to beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The franchise hasn’t had a winning record at any point since the 2008 season, their 6-12 in openers, and have only made the playoffs once after losing the first game. More importantly, Ron Rivera and Cam Newton have never taken the field with a winning record. Fine, the first game isn’t a must win, but its as close as it gets.


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Taylor’s Top 25, Weekly Picks, Season Predictions, & More

This is my tenth year living in North Carolina during college football season. NC State had a chance at making some national noise in 2004, but fell flat in their faces.


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Plunking ARoid

Ryan Dempster didn’t intentionally hit Alex Rodriguez last night because he used steroids. Dempster didn’t hit him because he plays for the Yankees. He hit him because ARoid turned his back on the union and on fellow teammates.


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Thoughts on Panthers/Eagles Preseason Game

It’s the preseason. It’s the preseason. One more time. It’s the preseason.

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/16/2013


Time To Cut Ties With Hairston

Almost all of us made a lot of mistakes when we were 20 years old. But almost all of us weren’t on a full scholarship to play basketball at the University of North Carolina. Almost […]



Al Jefferson or More Rebuilding?

The Charlotte Bobcats did the right thing by breaking up their roster two years ago. Everyone assumed it would lead to a top pick, or two, but it didn’t. Instead of drafting Anthony Davis and […]



Phil phalls Short Again

After finishing second for a record 6th time in the US Open, it’s only fair to ask this question: will we remember Phil Mickelson more for his three victories in The Masters, or the more than handful of silver medals he’s won in our national championship?


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Baseball Has A Bunch Of Problems

I love the Boston Red Sox. If Major League Baseball scheduled 365 Red Sox games a year I would be all in. But I don’t represent most people. In fact, I barely represent anyone that is under the age of 40.



Thoughts on Steve Clifford

It’s possible that nobody knows more about basketball than Mike Dunlap. But the reason he was only the Charlotte Bobcats head coach for one season is because he had little in the way of social […]



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