Monthly Archives: August 2013

Penn State Football Preview

With the 2013 college football season less than a week away, Sean Meyers and new Tap-ins contributor Anthony Franco preview Penn State. Can the Nittany Lions repeat their success from last season, or will their lack of depth prove costly?

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SummerSlam Review: The Biggest Party of the Summer?

Written by Sean Meyers For more than 20 years, SummerSlam has been the second-biggest event on the WWE calendar. Many fans had high hopes for this pay-per-view, which was headlined by two main events. Not only did the show live … Continue reading

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Pirates to Test Drive Lambo

The Pirates, coming off a sweep at the hands of the sub .500 Colorado Rockies, called up 25-year-old Andrew Lambo today. ¬†¬†Lambo, acquired from the Dodgers in a 2010 trade, will arrive with the Buccos just in time for their … Continue reading

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Former PSU Teammates Hoping To Catch On With Steelers

Written by Sean Meyers When rookie wide receiver Justin Brown steps on the field for Pittsburgh Steelers training camp at St. Vincent College, he sees a very familiar face. Brown, a sixth-round draft selection, is joined by his fellow receiver … Continue reading

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How will the Pirates finish the 2013 regular season?

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NHL Offseason Overview

Since the Chicago Blackhawks hoisted the Stanley Cup in June, the landscape of the NHL has changed as a result of the entry draft, trades, and signings. With tomorrow marking one month since the opening of free agency, Sean Meyers … Continue reading

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MLB Trade Deadline Recap

The 2013 Major League Baseball trade deadline came and went and left much of the landscape intact. Twitter was silent, players and coaches went about their business, and fans in many cities around the country shrugged. Sean Meyers, along with … Continue reading

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