Monthly Archives: July 2012

Penn St. Supporters Need to Focus on What is Right

Written by Patrick Williams The fallout from the twisted saga that has plagued a town in central Pennsylvania is still ongoing to this day with the shockwaves resonating around a once proud culture, perhaps too proud.  And it seems that … Continue reading

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Steelers Reach Extension on Tomlin; Sign 1st Round Pick

The Steelers made noise today extending head coach Mike Tomlin to a contract that goes through to the 2016 season.  The Pittsburgh Steelers also came to terms with their first pick in the 2012 draft offensive guard David DeCastro on … Continue reading

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Are These Bucs for Real?

Written by Patrick Williams I’ve spent the last month or so down in the Tampa, Florida area and it seems as though anytime I meet someone new down here that the first thing they ask me when they hear I … Continue reading

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End of an Era in Right Field at Safeco

Written by Sean Meyers The Seattle Mariners traded outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to the New York Yankees on Monday, ending an era in the Pacific Northwest.  Ichiro has been a fixture in right field for the Mariners since 2001, when he … Continue reading

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Atlantic Division Fallout and Where the Penguins Stand

Written by Patrick Williams Today the New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets completed a trade moving prized winger Rick Nash to the blue shirts and out of the city he has known his whole career, Columbus.  The deal could … Continue reading

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