On the Edge of Grip: A MotoGP Primer Part 1

So, you watched the crazy, wet, and wild MotoGP premiere in Qatar and now you’re hooked. Ok, let’s be honest, you aren’t hooked, but you are at the very least intrigued. Not only are you not entirely sure how the riders remain upright while they let the rear tire loose going into corners, but also… … Read more

March Madness 2017: The South Region

The South Region has undeniable talent, and (spoiler!) also contains my pick for the National Champion. More on that later, but let’s first do a quick rundown of the top matchups in the first round: Minnesota vs Middle Tennessee Minnesota had a serviceable year in what can only be called a lackluster season for the … Read more

Round One Roundup: Hawks Feeling Blue

The “Crawford” chants are still ringing throughout St. Louis after the Blues’ thrilling Game 7 victory on Tuesday night. While Crawford pieced together a solid performance after an incredibly inconsistent start, he simply could not overcome the onslaught from what definitively was the most intense atmosphere of the playoffs thus far. Not only did the … Read more

Blues Sneak Past Hawks; Rangers Hope For The Best

A wild opener to the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs was capped by Trevor van Riemsdyk’s skate, as the St. Louis Blues snuck away the victory at a rowdy Scottrade Center Wednesday night. Despite the final score, no other statistic can better describe the games pace than the shot differential. Corey Crawford notched only 17 saves … Read more