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Past articles by Matthew:

NFL Coaches Most Likely To Be Ejected Under New Rule

This season’s NFL rulebook states that it won’t only be players who are ejected after two unsportsmanlike conduct fouls; all team personnel are subject. This means coaches will have to watch their temper or risk having to watch the rest of the game from the locker room. Here are the top-10 coaches most likely to […] → Read More

90s Were The Best Because Of Sports Movies

The 1990s was the Golden Age of sports movies. There are too many to list in one place, so here are some of our favorites pieces to grace the silver screen between 1990 and 1999. Space Jam: A timeless classic in all regards. Michael Jordan teams up with the Looney Tunes in a game to […] → Read More

Can Jordan Howard claim the rushing title next season?

Jordan Howard’s spectacular rookie season was one of the few bright moments for a Chicago Bears team that ended another year on another sour note. A 3-13 record and finishing last in the NFC North for a third consecutive season doesn’t leave much to celebrate. The Bears will have to be satisfied with finding a […] → Read More

Buccaneers Are Team On Rise In NFC South

Much like the Tennessee Titans in the AFC South, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been on the rise in the NFC South since they added their franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston in the 2015 NFL draft. With each team finishing 9-7 but just missing the postseason last year, they’ll look to make big jumps in […] → Read More

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott benefits from educational past and future

Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said in an interview that he plans on going back to school for his Ph.D. at some point. At training camp Wednesday, he elaborated on how he believes that goal has and will impact his NFL career. “Yeah, obviously it’s being a doctor in psychology so it’s being able […] → Read More

Girardi says no plan to skip Tanaka’s next start

Joe Girardi announced Wednesday that there are no plans to skip right-handed pitcher Masahiro Tanaka’s next start after Tuesday’s loss. Tanaka was tagged with his fifth straight loss Tuesday to the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. He managed just five innings, giving up five runs on five hits, including three home runs. Since Tanaka’s […] → Read More

Bill Polian Accuses Browns Of Tanking 2016 Season

Pro Football Hall of Fame executive Bill Polian has a reputation for resurrecting teams and he sees a possible rebuilding strategy emerging in the NFL that he doesn’t like. Polian told Mike & Mike Wednesday that he believes the way Cleveland handled last season counts as tanking and could kick off a trend in the […] → Read More

ASU men's basketball season ended by No. 5 Oregon

The Sun Devils struggled to score during the second half in a season-ending loss to No. 5 Oregon. → Read More

ASU men's basketball outlasts Stanford to advance in the Pac-12 Tournament

The Sun Devils earned their first Pac-12 Tournament win since 2013 in dramatic fashion, advancing to play Oregon Thursday. → Read More

Men's basketball falls in regular season finale to No. 7 Arizona

The Sun Devils struggled shooting in the second half as they suffered a home loss to in-state rival Arizona. → Read More

ASU men's basketball leapfrogs in final Pac-12 power rankings

The Sun Devils have pretty much locked up the seventh seed in the Pac-12 Tournament, but are higher in the power rankings. → Read More

ASU men's basketball stuns USC with late run

The Sun Devils stormed back in the game's final minutes to knock off USC in Tempe. → Read More

ASU men's basketball outmuscled by No. 5 UCLA

The Sun Devils were overmatched in the post, allowing the Bruins to take control → Read More

ASU men's basketball splits in Washington but holds its spot in our power rankings

A split in Washington was enough to keep ASU men's basketball near the middle of the Pac in our weekly power rankings. → Read More

ASU men's basketball falls apart late against Washington State

A 21-2 run from Washington State in the second half was the downfall for ASU men's basketball on Saturday in Pullman. → Read More

ASU men's basketball crawls up rankings after beating Stanford

The Sun Devils' win Saturday over Stanford moved them up in the power rankings. → Read More

In-season departures leave ASU men's basketball with few options

The Sun Devils have relied on their starters more than ever during this stretch of the season. → Read More

ASU men's basketball topples Stanford in come-from-behind fashion

The Sun Devils came back late to top Stanford Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena. → Read More

ASU men's basketball has cold shooting night in big loss to Cal

The Sun Devils put together their worst offensive performance of the season in a home loss to Cal. → Read More

ASU men's basketball still sits near the bottom of the power rankings

The Sun Devils continue to fluctuate in the middle of our Pac-12 men's basketball power rankings. → Read More