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One and Done

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
April 24, 2013 • 1,089 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

Welcome to the internet’s newest game show: one and done. Today we tackle the most innovative sports issues in two paragraphs or less. Contrary to popular belief not every sports topic requires the debate reserved for the United Nations forum. Anyway here comes the fun. Topic One: David Ortiz’s...

Decorating the Jargon

Decorating the Jargon

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
March 20, 2013 • 1,105 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

Welcome to another installment of the sports terminology translation station. Since Rosetta Stone hasn’t yet developed a ‘sports watchers to non sports watchers’ educational explanation software yet, the time has come to translate common sports terminology for those who don’t speak fluent...

Out of Bounds

Out of Bounds

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
March 13, 2013 • 1,101 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

Dennis Rodman has more or less the same credibility when it comes to foreign diplomacy as an inmate in Sing Sing. This is a man that put on a wedding dress just to promote his book back in 1996. Rodman had an MTV show in which he interviewed guests from the comfort of his bed. Rodman has been to rehab,...

Unwind About the Combine

Unwind About the Combine

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
March 6, 2013 • 1,115 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

This past week, Manti Te’o went to the NFL combine and was lambasted by the media with questions about the girlfriend that was as real as the lock ness monster. The kid answered the questions well and called the hoax ‘embarrassing,’ yet other than that, he went about his business trying to prove...

All-Star Burnout?

All-Star Burnout?

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
February 27, 2013 • 985 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

In between fantastic dunks, Chris Paul making Chris Bosh’s legs look like old western saloon doors, and Blake Griffin making fans beg for him to be in the dunk contest again, there was something missing from the game; you know, other than defense. That’s it; the All-Star game was missing that...

Talk About a Train Wreck

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
February 20, 2013 • 1,083 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

As sports fans we are now entering week two of no NFL. You know, that time of year when you actually can get schoolwork done on Sunday afternoons instead of being glued to CBS and NBC until midnight. At least one good thing happened at the conclusion of the Super Bowl: the four letter network is going...

Daring to Answer the PED Question

CJ DUDEK, Sports Columnist
February 13, 2013 • 1,066 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

A wise man spends an entire lifetime seeking knowledge only to find a sea of questions still roaring before him. This is not the case with performance enhancing drugs. For everyone who read Bill Simmons' latest piece (which, by the way, was a well done article in every facet of writing and has a...

When Someone Moves On

When Someone Moves On

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
February 6, 2013 • 1,077 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

The return of Ray Allen to the TD Bank Garden had the Celtics faithful feeling a bit like old lovers. Allen became the king of the land beyond the arc wearing Boston green. He helped the Celtics re-establish themselves as a perennial contender in the Eastern Conference. Most importantly, he helped...

Oh No Te’o

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
January 30, 2013 • 1,059 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

On Oct. 2 Manti Te’o sat in front of a TV camera and proceeded to convince the world that he was distraught by the death of a girl that didn’t exist. Even if Te’o was duped at the beginning of this tragic hoax, the sit down he did with ESPN’s Gene Wojciechowski immediately stripped him of den...

Viva Viagra?

CJ Dudek, Sports Columnist
December 12, 2012 • 1,193 views
Filed under Sports On The Side

Sooner rather than later, we could see an NFL player barred from playing the game for having an erection lasting longer than four hours. Adderall has landed two Seattle Seahawks and a Giant in hot water, but perhaps the newest drug of choice for NFL athletes, Viagra, could help them play better on...

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