What are the consequences of the replacement refs?
by dylan gehlbach At 2:15 p.m. on Sunday, Matt Cassel threw over the head of Jamaal Charles into double coverage resulting in an easy interception that would ultimately lead to the Saints leading the Chiefs 24-6 late in the third quarter of the week three matchup. Immediately afterward, I left for work slamming the door behind me, shaking my head in frustration as the Chiefs appeared to be headed for an 0-3 start to the season. If the story ends there, Sundays are pretty boring. But the story doesn’t end there, folks. In fact, this is where the story picks up. Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs’ defense each put on a spectacular performance to will…
By Joe Fuentes MLB Playoffs With only 16 games left in the regular season for baseball, the American League divisional race and National League wild card race is heating up. In each American League division there are at least two teams vying for each division title. In the American League, I think that the Yankees will hold out to win the East, the White Sox will hold on to the Central title, and the Rangers will win the West. The Wild Cards in the American League will be Oakland and the Orioles. I was thinking that the LA Angels would have a shot at the last wild card spot, but they have to play…
By Joe Fuentes Dear NFL, Oh how I have missed you. It was a difficult summer with the way things ended between us. We both said and did some things we shouldn’t have; Jay Cutler got hurt and ruined the Bears season. But let’s not dwell on things from the past. It’s time for us to turn a new leaf. A new chapter is starting in our relationship. Peyton Manning is finally back, but he’s with a different team. But I have to tell you, he hasn’t missed a missed a beat– orange might just be his new favorite color. The Bears finally got their receiver, well two receivers: Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery….
In episode number two of “The World According to Sports” with Pat Strathman, Pat discusses the recent KU loss to Rice, talks about the big upsets on the week and dives into the heavy-hitting topic of concussions. Kansas football NCAA football NFL and concussions
By Joe Fuentes It was a great weekend in sports: college football returned, Manchester United avoided embarrassment, Dwight Howard said thank you to Orlando and the NFL begins Wednesday. So let’s get started: College Football Is it bad that I left the KU game early? I walked out after the 99 yard touchdown run (which I called by the way) by South Dakota State in the first quarter to put the Jackrabbits up 7-0. I’m sorry, but it was 100 degrees in the stands, there was no shade and our offense couldn’t score on its first two possessions. I had already seen enough. Although, the Jayhawks ended up winning the game, I think it…
In the debut of “The World According to Sports,” Pat Strathman reacts to the Kansas victory over South Dakota State, talks about NCAA Football and the Big 12 and predicts the Chiefs 2012-2013 record. Kansas football NCAA football NFL
After a long break, PJ 2 CJ returns for episode 10. The guys preview the NFL playoffs, discuss KU basketball, Big 12 basketball, and the NBA.
In this episode of PJ 2 CJ, the boys talk about KU-Iowa State football, Phillip Rivers and KU basketball.
After their debut last week, Pat Strathman and CJ Matson return for episode two. The guys talk about Turner Gill, NFL power rankings, and KU basketball preview