Robert Edward Auctions

Apr 12, 2011
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The biggest and in my opinion the best sports memorabilia auction is just around the corner. Robert Edward Auctions does one auction a year and it is always a biggie. I believe Kosmo has written articles about it in the past (Editor’s note – Yep), but this year is also sure to not disappoint. A […]

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Masters Trivia Contest Giveaway

Apr 06, 2011
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It is my favorite weekend of the year. The un-official yet very official start of the PGA Golf Season. The Masters Tournament from Augusta, Georgia. Situated on the former home of a nursery and indigo plantation, the various types of trees and plants were preserved from the earliest days of golf course construction and design […]

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Drafts, Tourneys, and Tiger (Oh My!)

Mar 29, 2011
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Opening Day for Baseball is later this week. Hard to be in the mood here in the midwest for baseball since it has been snowing and we have had temperatures in the low 30’s . Wonder if the Twins are re-thinking that new outdoor stadium at all this year with record snowfalls in the Minneapolis […]

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Is Cheating OK If You Win?

Mar 22, 2011
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Ah…the first weekend of games is over for the NCAA basketball tourney….Most of you are complaining about your Brackets being “busted” in your office pools. The Big East showed that it is clearly the most over-rated conference in all of NCAA basketball. While getting Eleven teams into the tourney, most took an early exit. The […]

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The Biggest Loser in the NCAA Tournament? CBS.

Mar 15, 2011
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The Ides of March are upon us If you know your Shakespeare, this will mean something to you. In the world of Johnny Goodman, this means taking off the opening Thursday of the NCCA Basketball tournament from work, setting up shop at a local establishment that has numerous televisions, and enjoying an adult beverage or […]

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Why Is Ohio State Getting Special Treatment From The NCAA?

Mar 08, 2011
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You knew it could not go away this quietly. Tattoo gate is alive and still well in Columbus Ohio. According to Yahoo Sports, Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel was informed that some of his players had sold memorabilia to the owner of a tattoo parlor more than eight months before the school said it […]

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Spanning The Globe

Feb 22, 2011
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Nothing big in the world of sports for me to devote an entire article to this week, so I will touch on a number of topics as we “span the globe” Nascar I am not a racing fan. Never have been, never will be. But when a rookie driver wins in just his 2nd Cup […]

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Phat Albert

Feb 15, 2011
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As we attempt to corner the market on Pujols-related commentary, Johnny adds his thoughts on the topic. Pitchers and Catchers are reporting … we are headed into the upcoming baseball season as the NFL appears to be mired in a circus of doom regarding salaries and collective bargaining agreements, or lack thereof.  But another disagreement […]

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Lessons from the NFL Playoffs

Jan 18, 2011
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We are just about to the end of the seemingly longer and longer NFL football season. This past weekend was filled with four games but I don’t think we really learned anything new watching any of the games. Here is a recap. Jets vs. Patriots. – What we knew going in – The Jets are […]

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End of the Bowl Season

Jan 11, 2011
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The College Bowl Season is now in the books. The experts as usual were way off on the Tostitos National Championship game predictions last night figuring this game would be a high scoring offensive explosion. I for one missed on a ton of my bowl predictions but I did get this one right. The Johnny […]

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