Tag Archives: NCAA

On the Docket – January 29, 2013

We are now less than a week away from Super Bowl XLVII which is being billed as the “Harbowl” or “Harbaugh Bowl.”  But don’t try and make money selling merchandise or paraphenalia using those phrases.  Besides the biggest sporting event of the year being just days away, there is a lot going on in the […]

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Passing Judgment: Chris Christie is NOT Biff Tannen

In Back to the Future: Part II, Biff Tannen stole Marty McFly’s copy of the Sports Almanac and went back in time to give his younger self the results to all sporting events of the next half century.  As a result of Biff striking it rich with prophetic wagers on games, his character successfully lobbied […]

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Passing Judgment: Extra Credit for Penn State

As a proud alumnus of Penn State, I have repeatedly voiced my strong opinions about the atrocities that took place on school grounds, as well as the great lengths taken to cover up such perverse and illegal activities.  I also voiced my advocacy of the penalties and punishment inflicted on the football program which was […]

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Passing Judgment – Penn State and the Death Penalty

It goes without saying that the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case and subsequent cover-up is the biggest and most heinous scandal in the history of college sports.  As a Penn State alumni, I have made my feelings about this subject and the people involved very clear.  While Jerry Sandusky deserves to spend the rest of his […]

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On the Docket – June 27, 2012

With the first pick in the 2012 NBA Draft… The NBA draft will take place on Thursday night and the New Orleans Hornets will have the first overall selection.  How did they get that number one pick?  Well that is debatable, but the fact remains that they will have the opportunity to take Anthony Davis […]

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On the Docket – June 14, 2012

Welcome to the second edition of Fantasy Judgment’s On the Docket.  It was quite an eventful day in Major League Baseball with some historic pitching performances.  Let’s get right into it. Cain is able Clearly motivated by the desire to spend time with the lovely Kate Upton, Giants pitcher Matt Cain pitched a perfect game […]

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Passing Judgment: We are…still Penn State

After what can only be described as a surreal week, Penn State played its first football game since the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal broke worldwide.  Football is a complete afterthought in this entire fiasco, but the symbolism behind what the team and its fans have tried to do represents an attempt to start rebuilding […]

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Passing Judgment – Nittany Lyin’

As everybody knows by now, former Penn State defensive coach Jerry Sandusky has been charged with several counts of child abuse and sexual molestation of underage boys spanning over a decade.  The Penn State Athletic Director and a Vice President have also been charged with felony perjury for lying to a grand jury about what […]

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