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Phillies' 2016 Season Will Look Similar To 2015

While just about every losing fanbase can cry “wait until next year,” Philadelphia Phillies fans know deep down that next year will not be a whole lot better. Read More

Eagles Must Accept Chip Kelly is a College Coach

When owner Jeff Lurie acquiesced to Chip Kelly’s demand for total control of the Philadelphia Eagles, it ruined any chance to succeed this season. Read More

UCF's Fall Rests at Feet of George O'Leary

UCF’s fall from a BCS bowl champion to winless team in two years is a result of a perfect storm that includes fading interest from an aging head coach in George O’Leary. Read More

Cincinnati Football's Win vs. Miami Bolsters AAC

With Cincinnati’s win over Miami following big wins by Houston and ECU over ACC foes, there can be little doubt the AAC is a better football conference. Read More

Phillies Need More Arms Like Eickhoff and Nola

The Philadelphia Phillies need to open the offseason checkbook for young free agent starting pitching like the two guys they have at the top of the rotation now. Read More

Phillies Should Replace Howard With Ruf

Darin Ruf’s last few days subbing for the injured Ryan Howard prove that he is the first baseman the Philadelphia Phillies should tap as the 2016 starter. Read More

Caleb Sturgis Not Kicking Answer For Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles signed kicker Caleb Sturgis to replace the injured Cody Parkey in a move that reeks of disaster. Read More

Phillies On Clock For Florida’s A.J. Puk

The Philadelphia Phillies have put themselves in the position to pick anyone they want as the top pick in the June draft, and that player should be left-handed hurler A.J. Puk. Read More

Papelbon’s Antics Prove Phillies Made Right Choice

Jonathan Papelbon made the news for dubious reasons on Sunday and not a single fan of the Philadelphia Phillies was surprised. Read More

Temple’s Armstead Poised to Break Out

When Temple visits Charlotte on Friday, the No. 1 priority will be to fix a broken running game, and backup Ryquell Armstead has the tools to do so. Read More