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  • Did former NFL QB Tim Tebow find a new career? And yes, I made a post about baseball haha
    I'm sure many of you sports fans out there have seen Tim Tebow's miraculous Home Run on the his first pitch of his professional baseball career. I myself thought it was amazing. I mean who would've thought that Tebow was even gonna have any success as a baseball player? I thought it was pretty cool to see him try something different for a career
  • Iowa's Matt Vandeberg out "indefinitely"
    Iowa's leading receiver out indefinitely after practice injury. The program announced Tuesday morning that wide receiver Matt Vandeberg suffered a foot injury during practice on Monday. The School did not specify the nature of the injury or how long the senior will be out, other than saying he will "miss games." Tom Kakert of HawkeyeReport.com r
  • Can The Iowa Hawkeyes bounce back?
    The Iowa Hawkeyes gave up a huge loss last week to NDSU, this week they take on Rutgers, can they bounce back and keep their hopes alive?
  • Update: Adrian Peterson Injury Status
    Adrian Peterson is scheduled to have surgery on his torn meniscus Thursday morning, Dr. James Andrews will be in charge of the procedure. Andrews also did Petersons surgery for his torn ACL back in 2011. After Peterson undergoes surgery, he could possibly be out for 3-4 months, depending on how well he responds to his treatment and rehab. While
  • College football has a new star, but not a new No. 1 team
    We have a new superstar player to celebrate in college football, but not a new No. 1 team. But boy, was it close. For the first time in the history of the AP poll, the top three teams played on the road against ranked teams, so we expected some shake-up. By the time Cal completed its upset of No. 11 Texas, seven ranked teams had fallen week
  • NFL Rookie QB's
    If we had to decide on rookie quarterbacks that have proved they belong in the NFL, id have to put my money on Dak Prescott or Carson Wentz. They both feel comfortable in the pocket and not afraid to throw it deep.
  • Will Adrian Peterson be ready to play by next week?
    As many already know, Adrian Peterson was injured in last nights Sunday Night Football matchup with the huge Division rival Green Bay Packers.  Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer at the teams post game news conference.  Coach Zimmer told reporters that Peterson was in pain, but he could possibly be back to play next week as the Vikings travel to Caroli
  • Hello world!
    My name is Justin Stallman, I am a huge fan of the Atlanta Falcons and Iowa Hawkeyes. This is my first time blogging so bear with me haha. I grew up in Sanborn, Iowa, attended Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn High School graduating in 2013. Didn't go to college, but I've found a great passion for helping others. I'm 21 years old, anything else you'd lik
  • Rio Olympics Prove How Sports Can Bring People Together
    As we were approaching the start of the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, all we heard about was the negative. Security for the games, Zika virus concerns and pollution in the waters where competitions were to be held dominated the airwaves. The doping scandal against numerous Russian athletes also had it's share of press run leading up
  • Tim Tebow Trying Out For Baseball? Sounds Like A Stretch To Me
    Tim Tebow, who is a former NFL quarterback and current anaylst on ESPN's SEC Network, is scheduled to workout for numerous MLB teams Aug. 30. Most people who have read the articles on this site, or have listened to a webcast or two, know I have been a supporter of Tebow's. Having said that, I'm not too sure how I feel about this venture. I believe
  • How Do We Remember Alex Rodriguez?
    On Sunday, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez announced he would retire from the game of baseball after playing his final game Friday in Yankee Stadium against the Tampa Bay Rays. Afterwords, he will be in the team's organization as a special adviser. This marks the end of a 22-year career, of a man who has seen the good and bad during h
  • Bell Wants A Max-Deal? His Actions Show Otherwise
    As a huge fan of sports, I have never been able to understand why people who have the opportunity to play sports at the highest level would put themselves in a position to throw it all away. The latest player in question makes his living in the NFL, namely Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell. Bell, according to multiple reports, is in dan

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