Rant Sports Podcast: 5 Things You Need To Know, March 1st, 2014

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The entire month of February is now in our rear-view mirror! Instead, the date is now Saturday March, 1st which means it’s time for another edition of the Rant Sports Podcast. Today, we made sure to provide with a variety of the most-popular sports stories in the world:

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Do you remember last year’s Honda Classic? Well, Rory McIlroy punked his way right out of the tournament saying he had a severe “toothache.” This year, Rory’s gums are fine and he’s atop the leader board as of now:

Rory McIlroy Has Some Swagger Back at the 2014 Honda Classic

 The Baltimore Ravens‘ signed tight end Dennis Pitta to a five-year deal on Friday. Good news for everyone involved, but hey, this means ole’ Joe Flacco has no more excuses.

Dennis Pitta’s New Contract Puts Heat Back on Ravens’ Joe Flacco

 I thought for sure Jeremy Maclin would sign with his hometown St. Louis Rams this offseason, but like usual, I was wrong. Instead, he’s back in Philly and Chip Kelly sure is going to love this wideout:

Jeremy Maclin Signing a Win-Win Situation For Philadelphia Eagles

 The New York Knicks were dismantled last night as Stephen Curry dropped a triple-double in Madison Square Garden. In other news; Raymond Felton is just as bad on the court as he is off of it, apparently:

New York Knicks Look Lifeless In Loss To Golden State Warriors

Baseball time: Do the Milwaukee Brewers have the best outfield in the National League? It’s sure looks that way. However, an argument can be made for a handful of teams including the division rival Pittsburgh Pirates:

Milwaukee Brewers’ Outfield Is the Best in the National League

Thank you for tuning into another edition of the Rant Sports Podcast, but be sure to keep us bookmarked as we will continue to give you up-to-date sports news with an edge!

Devin O’Barr is the Content Commentator for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @DevinOBarrRS, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.


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