Archive for October, 2013

Pittsburgh Steelers v Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals’ Giovani Bernard scored a highlight-reel touchdown tonight in the 4th quarter VS the Miami Dolphins.  This 35 yard scamper is one for the ages.  Check out the Instagram video after the jump:

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Mo Sista Kate Upton Joins Team Gillette In Support Of Movember

Happy Movember, Mo-Bros and Mo-Sisters!

October has come and gone. The leaves are changing, pumpkin beers are pouring, the Red Sox have won the World Series, and everybody’s beard is a bit too long from Octobeard! It’s time for you or your loved one to get a hot shave BUT… ask the barber to leave some love atop your lip (get your mind out of the gutter).

In 2003, the Movember movement was born and has been growing since. In 2012 alone, Movember raised over 10 million dollars for men’s health research (testicular cancer, prostate cancer) and plenty of awareness. It has become popular all over the world and has gained celebrity support as well. Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson from NBC’s Parks and Recreation) has become a spokesperson of sorts, as he has the most kick-ass mustache on Primetime TV.
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For the third time in 10 years, the Boston Red Sox are the World Champs!

The Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 of the World Series 6-1 using timely hits by Shane Victorino, a gritty pitching performance by starter John Lackey, and the feared bat of David Ortiz, who was named the MVP.

When the Red Sox last won a World Series at home, Babe Ruth, Carl Mays, and Harry Hooper were the starts on September 11, 1918, a season that was cut short by World War 1. Read the rest of this entry »

Miguel Cabrera

Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera had successful surgery on Tuesday, repairing a damaged core muscle. Looking back on the way the Tigers went down to end the season, one has to ask the question, “Should the Tigers have sat Cabrera after he aggravated his injury in late August?”  There is a lot to take in from both sides of this argument. However one thing in this situation is for sure, the numbers don’t lie.

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Total Sports Blog NBA Preview

October 30, 2013 by

The NBA season started yesterday but that doesn’t mean that TSB can’t roll out their preview in Baggydizzle style (a day later). Time to drop some predictions! As a heads up, the numbers in parenthesis to the right of each team stand for my prediction of what seed they will be in the playoffs. On to the predictions! Read the rest of this entry »

game on dude

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This year’s field is widely regarded as one of the most wide open fields ever assembled, where every horse has a legit shot to win if they run their best race. A little bit of racing luck and post positions likely will have a major say in the result. Game On Dude opened as the favorite at The Breeders Cup based on his undefeated record this year, and becoming only the second horse ever to sweep California’s three Grade 1 handicaps: The Santa Anita Handicap, Hollywood Gold Cup, and Pacific Classic, all in the same year.
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Welcome back, Derrick Rose.  Check out the former MVP getting crossed up by Norris Cole in the 1st game of the NBA regular season (GIF): Read the rest of this entry »


What does a family with 5 brothers, 3 of whom play in the NFL, do for some extra money?

Make like the Kardashians obviously and make try to make a TV show about the family.

Yeah, you heard that right. The Gronkowski family is currently pitching an animated TV series called The Gronks to Hollywood producers in hopes of getting a contract. Read the rest of this entry »


There was nothing bizarre in Game 5 of the World Series on Monday night, just domination by Jon Lester and batting by David Ortiz, as the Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1. The series will not head back to Fenway Park on Wednesday night.

Boston can win its third title in a decade on Wednesday night, when the Series resumes at Fenway Park — where the Red Sox haven’t won a championship on their home field since 1918. John Lackey starts for Boston and rookie Michael Wacha for St. Louis in a rematch of Game 2, won by the Cardinals 4-2.

Red Sox ace, Jon Lester beat Adam Wainwright, in what was a rematch of opener, with seven strike outs and walking one in 7 2/3 innings. Red Sox closer, Koji Uehara got four outs to finish the four-hitter for his second save of the series.

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Golden Tate
Seattle Seahawks WR Golden Tate doesn’t seem to mind the 15 yds for taunting. Don’t get me wrong, the catch was awesome, but could you be a little less selfish? Naaaaa. I think it would have been better of he got caught though.  Enjoy the GIF. Sorry St. Louis Rams fans.
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