Archive for March, 2014

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Yesterday U.S.A. Soccer and Nike unveiled a new U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Team home kit for 2014. The traditional polo collar with red trim is a classic look. If you look closely, you can also see some grey horizontal pinstripes as well.

According to USA Soccer’s website, “The jersey features a classic white polo shirt collar with red trim. Inside the back of the neck is a blue pennant tab with the 13 stars from the original American flag.” I love the 13 stars tribute. Nothing is more old school than that.
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Last night on Stache Radio, the guys were joined by Marc Carig of Newsday to talk about literally everything involving the New York Mets. Marc joined us from Disney World and it sounded like he was having a great time as the other Mets beat writers were clearly having a little fun with him as well. Special thanks to @AdamMets and @JohnMackinAde for calling in last night.

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Baltimore Orioles v Toronto Blue Jays

Last year, the Toronto Blue Jays had high hopes heading into the season after the addition of several all-stars like Jose Reyes, R.A. Dickey and Melky Cabrera. Unfortunately for the Blue Jays, all that money did not result in wins. They missed the playoffs and watched their division rival Boston Red Sox march all the way to a World Series Title. All hope is not lost for the Blue Jays. They have a wide array of talent and they all have a year of experience playing with each other.

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On the same night that Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor at last night’s Academy Awards, True Detective hummed quietly along into the night as we keep trying to figure out who the Yellow King is. We were given another straight forward episode but one that brings us ultimately closer to our end game. We find out the cost of this case on both of Marty Hart’s and Rust Cohle’s lives. They both still have unpaid debts that they need to tend to. Read the rest of this entry »


If you are looking to apply an explosive edge to your game, be it football, American football, basketball, curling (did I just write curling?) or whatever you can think of, plyometrics will help you get that better first step on the field, pitch, or court. You want to win that 50/50 ball at half field? Burn that defender to get to the disc quickly? Be in the right spot to crush that wide receiver? Read on, my friends. Read the rest of this entry »



What in the world has happened to Gerald Green?

A few years ago, this guy couldn’t stick on an NBA roster. Now, he’s one of the best players on the Phoenix Suns, a playoff team in the Western Conference.

Despite the inconsistent play throughout his career, one thing has remained the same – Green has always been an incredible dunker. Really, this guy could jump into the stratosphere is he wanted too.

In tonight’s game against the Atlanta Hawks, Green drove baseline and exploded off the ground for one of his nastiest dunks of the year. Check it out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

Marcus Smart

After losing 7 games in a row, 3 of which occurred during Marcus Smart’s suspension, the Oklahoma State Cowboys seemed destined for the NIT.  With pretty much no statement wins (split with Memphis) and a 16-10 record, they seemed to be toast.  Then they blew out Texas Tech in Marcus Smart’s return.  Then TCU.  And last night, the Cowboys got their marquee win as they stunned #5 Kansas.  Take them off the bubble, the Cowboys are going dancing. Read the rest of this entry »




The other day Mets GM Sandy Alderson made the claim that the team could possibly win 90 games this season. This statement was of course met with ridicule, freaking out, panic, and a couple of protests.  This comment caused so much of a stir that local radio mongo wrangler Mike Francesa literally spent an entire day talking about it.  Things must be really slow on the New York sports scene.

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