In June of 2015, FiveThirtyEight said that as the number of strikeouts in baseball was going up, so too was the number of pitches per at-bat, and the number of … Continue Reading How a Single Pitch Might Decide The World Series
It happened. The United States Women’s National Team lost. The defending Women’s World Cup champions fell to Sweden in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Olympics on penalty kicks after a … Continue Reading The Biggest Test for U.S. Women’s Soccer Will Come After The Olympics
Assuming you slept through the midnight broadcasts of the Australian Open in January, and were too preoccupied with the agony and the ecstasy that was the NBA Playoffs to pay … Continue Reading Sports Fans, Don’t Forget About Wimbledon! Predictions & Analysis
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading PressBox: Greg Hardy Is Ruining The NFL’s Already Tattered Image
This article is part of the “Take Notice” Column. View other Take Notice pieces here. A revolution is underway in college basketball.
If you haven’t heard of the Monmouth University Hawks, you will now.
This article is a piece of the ‘Take Notice” column. Read other column pieces here. There is no doubting the fact that college football is becoming more of a business than … Continue Reading Bowl Games Aren’t Dead
It’s been 25 years exactly since the last college football player from outside a Big Five conference won the Heisman Trophy. Ty Detmer of BYU, which belonged to the WAC … Continue Reading Keenan Reynolds Deserves More Than His Heisman Snub
Get ready, basketball fans. Get ready for a year in which SEC basketball will not just be a countdown for SEC football. Get ready for an SEC season in which … Continue Reading The March to March Begins: Previewing the SEC
It’s no surprise that MLB.com and Sports on Earth reporter Paul Casella ranked the AL East at the top of a list of baseball’s most competitive divisions. What is worth … Continue Reading Baseball’s Most Exciting Division
September has arrived, and it’s safe to say that the 2015 baseball season has not been what we expected. As of 9/4, the Astros and the Mets are on top … Continue Reading The Miracle of the Toronto Blue Jays (And It Isn’t Over Yet)