Will NASCAR Theatrics Bring Back Viewers?

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  Will NASCAR Theatrics Bring Back Viewers? by Amy Lignor   For any of the millions who once watched ABC’s Wide World of Sports and heard the words “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat,” they remember the footage of a skier’s crash when it came to the “agony” side of things. Everyone […]

Faces Change in Free Agency

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  Faces Change in Free Agency by Amy Lignor   Just this past week the National Football League’s brand new pre-season went into play, with deals and steals happening from one coast to the other. These days are all about transactions and transformations (hopefully positive ones) to teams that need help. The biggest news came […]

Dissecting the New Head Coaches in the NFL

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  Dissecting the New Head Coaches in the NFL by Amy Lignor   Although the “breaking” news today is the fact that the Dallas Cowboys have waved goodbye to their beloved QB Tony Romo, it is the head coaching changes that have occurred in the NFL many experts are not only talking about, but fans […]

NASCAR Daytona 500: Predictions vs. Results

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NASCAR Daytona 500: Predictions vs. Results by Amy Lignor   There were a lot of questions coming into this NASCAR season that both viewers and drivers were talking about. Some of those questions received an answer during this Daytona 500. And some predictions that were made actually did come true.   Many were wondering what […]

Super Bowl LI’s Message: Patriotism

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  Super Bowl LI’s Message: Patriotism by Amy Lignor   There are some people waking up this morning completely stunned. Why? Because they shut the Super Bowl off after the third quarter. They knew what was “going to happen” and had to go to work today, so why bother staying up and watching the rest […]

Will LI be #5?

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  Will LI be #5? by Amy Lignor   Yes, Super Bowl LI is almost upon us and, as always, the sports “experts” are having a field day when it comes to calling the game: who will win; who will be MVP; heck, there are even odds on whether or not announcer, Joe Buck, will […]

The Millennials of Tennis Are Put in their Place

“Williams’ Sister Australian Open”, Steffi Graf, Margaret Court, Roger Federer, Tennis, Champions, legends for all time

  The Millennials of Tennis Are Put in their Place by Amy Lignor   Talk about putting millennials in their place! Let’s hear it for those well-trained “seniors” out there who have managed to show that experience and perseverance – and not the number of wrinkles that can be counted on the face – are […]

Can Troy Aikman Win MVP?

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  Can Troy Aikman Win MVP? by Amy Lignor   What a strange title for an article, aye? Of course the ‘old man’ of the Dallas Cowboys can’t win MVP. Troy Aikman was an elite QB, with three Super Bowl rings to prove that fact. However, Aikman hasn’t actually suited-up since leaving behind his Cowboys […]

What is in the Water in New England?

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  What is in the Water in New England? by Amy Lignor   “There won’t be much left in our season.”   “Doesn’t feel good.”   The above are quotes made by the top echelon – the robotic twins, if you will, of the NFL –  after their win. Yes…I said, win. For the sixth […]

The NFL Looks at David vs. Goliath

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  The NFL Looks at David vs. Goliath by Amy Lignor   This has been one of those odd football seasons where the facts given at the beginning by those panels of “experts” that “know” a great deal about America’s favorite game, turned out to be more than a little wrong. What’s the strangest thing […]