September 30, 2016

London gets the shaft again + Week 4 picks

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

In the middle of the summer when the NFL schedule was released, NFL fans in London must’ve been thrilled to see that the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars we coming to town for one of the games at Wembley in the 2016 season.
The Colts would have Andrew Luck back and surely would be improved over [...]

June 15, 2015

Toronto Indy running on fumes

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

I’m going to be completely honest and admit something.
I had no idea that the Honda Indy Toronto was going on this weekend until Tuesday of last week.
How did I find out? A sign on the Gardiner saying that Lake Shore Blvd. would be closed over the weekend.
You would figure that someone who worked in the [...]

December 25, 2014

Giving gifts to the sporting world

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

Being Christmas and all, I’ve decided to get in the spirit and give some gifts to some of the top sports and leagues in the world. Hope they enjoy them.
NBA – Scissors to cut the sleeves off those terrible-looking jerseys. There’s nothing worse than watching NBA players in those awful uniforms. Even asking the players, [...]

July 9, 2013

This is not the end of Anderson Silva

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

The fight happened three nights ago now and I still can’t figure out what actually happened.
Wait, that’s a lie. We all know what ACTUALLY happened: Anderson Silva got knocked out by Chris Weidman to end his undefeated run, break his title defence streak and lose the UFC middleweight championship that he has held for seven [...]

May 23, 2013

Hey UFC, why no interim interim champion?

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

The UFC is missing out on a great opportunity with Renan Barao being forced out of his fight with Eddie Wineland at UFC 161.  Why is that? Because we could have had an interim interim featherweight champion!
You see, Barao won the interim title after Dominick Cruz tore his ACL in preparation for his fight with [...]

March 18, 2013

GSP could probably lose his next fight

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

Before we get into our lead up to the funnest tournament in all of sports, NCAA’s March Madness, let’s take a moment to talk about Canada’s national mixed martial arts treasure, Georges St. Pierre.
First, and this is completely aside from what this post is really about, but St. Pierre has a terrible nickname. I’m not [...]

October 15, 2012

Baumgartner’s jump was out of this world

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

This might sound completely odd, but I was in awe of what I watched Sunday afternoon and it had nothing to do with football.
No, I was tuned in on my laptop watching some guy named Felix Baumgartner make history in one of the craziest ways possible. I’m sure you’ve probably heard about it by now [...]

February 29, 2012

Move Leap Day to June!

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

This isn’t sports related, but it’s the best forum that I have so I’ll just come out and say it: I have a beef with Leap Day.
It’s not the fact that we have an extra day every fourth year because I do understand the reason for it. Because of the inexactness of the actual time [...]

February 28, 2012

NASCAR’s Super Bowl is really minor league

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

Thanks to some poor weather on Sunday that carried into Monday morning down on Daytona Beach, Florida, NASCAR’s most prestigious race, the Sprint Cup Series’ Super Bowl, went green in prime time on Monday night.
But was the Daytona 500 ready for prime time? Well, you can argue both ways.
Many will argue that the best part [...]

February 9, 2011

Our apologies

by Dan Bilicki In: Uncategorized

Sorry about the delay between posts, folks.
We had some administrative issues which has since been resolved. Now back to our regularly scheduled ramblings.

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