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Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions Week 7

Our fair haired boy, Gil Lock, of Ryno Rife Sports Handicappers, made an executive decision on behalf of his team that will likely carry dire consequences on the homefront. After two straight winless weeks, Gil has replaced his bride, the lovely Jill Lock, as one of his college football experts.

“It wasn’t that tough a decision”, said Gil. “We can’t have someone going 0-6 over two weeks. On top of that, she put my butt on the bench last season when I couldn’t pick a winner to save my bolts. Turnabout is fair play.”

The View from the Cheap Seats

Just five games into the season, Fordham University decided to dismiss men’s basketball coach, Dereck Whittenburg. Coming off a disastrous 3-25 season, school athletic officials were hoping for much better start from their Rams than four losses in the first five games. So, after a twenty four point loss to neighborhood rival, Manhattan College, Whittenburg was shown the door. Fordham announced that a national search would commence immediately.

Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions Week 11

Locks of the Week

Jill
Idaho-Boise State over 63- I’m staying with Boise but only on the over as they let me down last week. I expect the Broncos to try and run it up on their in-state rival but Idaho can score, too, as eveidenced by the 45 points they scored vs. Nevada that sent Gil over the wall.

The View from the Cheap Seats

By Eddie Mayrose Yankees Manager Should Tell Burnett, “Shut Up and Pitch.” I can’t believe Yanks’ manager Joe Girardi is planning to bench Jorge Posada in Game 2 of the ALDS because of the perception that A.J. Burnett pitches better when Jose Molina is behind the plate.  Now, I might give Girardi a little wiggle […]

The View from the Cheap Seats

Summer officially ended for the Yankees and their fans on Sunday with the clinching of the American League Eastern Division… Despite a wonderful season and the best record in baseball, a playoff run that ends short of a World Series title will turn 2009 into a failure…


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