Ed’s NCAA Football Week 1 Picks – 10 Best Games



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Thursday, August 28
6:00 PM – Texas A&M at South Carolina
8:00 PM – Boise State vs. Ole Miss
10:00 PM – Rutgers at Washington State

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Friday, August 29
10:30 PM – UNLV at Arizona

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Saturday, August 30
3:30 PM – Rice at Notre Dame
5:30 PM – Clemson at Georgia
7:30 PM – Fresno State at USC
8:00 PM – Florida State vs. Oklahoma State
9:00 PM – Wisconsin vs. LSU

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Monday, September 1
8:00 PM – Miami (FL) at Louisville

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*VIDEO* Washington Redskins Name Debate: Harry Reid Versus American Indians


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*VIDEOS* With Only 3 Weeks Left Until NFL Pre-Season Begins, Here’s A Little Something To Fill The Football Gap


LEGENDS FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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CHICAGO BLISS VS LAS VEGAS SIN

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*Pictures* World Cup: Brazil Fans React As Their Team Is Humilated By Germany – Let’s Laugh At Their Pain Together


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Melissa Harris-Perry-redefining stupid

I do not enjoy being “mean” to this woman, but she is as dumb as a box of rocks. Honestly, does she think before speaking?

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry drew parallels between the NBA and slavery on the Saturday episode of her eponymous show. She teased a segment on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban by saying “you can’t really talk about reparations and ignore the modern day wealthy Americans who own teams made up predominantly of black men and profit from their bodies and labor.”

Harris-Perry’s segment on the NBA involved an update on the latest move to transfer ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers and video clips of Mark Cuban’s comments regarding racial prejudice. Harris-Perry then issued a summary of the two stories: “Wealthy owners, check. Profit made from the sale of black bodies, check. Racial angst, check.” Harris-Perry then teased a continuation of the show’s discussion of reparations for slavery. 

Frankly I am getting to the point where stupidity of this magnitude hurts my  head. In what alternate universe does Harris-Perry reside? In America, sometimes slaves were allowed to earn money, and keep it. But they were not “free” to choose for themselves. They were still slaves. In the NBA the players are free, and they make millions of dollars. No one is “selling” them, they are part of  a team, and they are payed according to their ability. Harris-Perry really ought to consider what slavery was before she shoots her mouth off. Frankly, if a Conservative dared compare anything to slavery, people like Harris-Perry would jump all over them, calling them racists and accusing them of defending slavery. But, of course Liberals are allowed to play by very different rules aren’t they?

*VIDEO* Pittsburgh Steelers 2014 Draft Class


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Ryan Shazier – LB – Height: 6’1″ – Weight: 237 – Grade: A-

Stephon Tuitt – DE – Height: 6’7″ – Weight: 313 – Grade: A

Dri Archer – WR, RB, KR – Height: 5’8″ – Weight: 173 – Grade: A+

Martavis Bryant – WR – Height: 6’5″ – Weight: 211 – Grade: A-

Shaquille Richardson – CB – Height: 6’0″ – Weight: 194 – Grade: B

Wesley Johnson – OT – Height: 6’5″ – Weight: 297 – Grade: A-

Jordan Zumwalt – LB – Height: 6’4″ – Weight: 235 – Grade: B-

Daniel McCullers – DT – Height: 6’7″ – Weight: 352 – Grade: A

Rob Blanchflower – TE – Height: 6’4″ – Weight: 256 – Grade: C+

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2014 NFL Draft Picks – Rounds 4 Through 7

Note: for the following 4 rounds, I have only posted the draft picks of last season’s 4 best teams, which were the Patriots, the 49ers, the Broncos and the Seahawks. Oh, and I’m also including the Steelers’ picks, because PITTSBURGH RULES!

Click HERE for all other draft results from rounds 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Patriots – Stork, Bryan – C – 6’4″ – 315 lbs – Florida State – 5.1

49ers – Ellington, Bruce – WR – 5’9″ – 197 lbs – South Carolina – 5.3

Seahawks – Marsh, Cassius – DE – 6’4″ – 252 lbs – UCLA – 5.2

Steelers – Bryant, Martavis – WR – 6’4″ – 211 lbs – Clemson – 5.3

Seahawks – Norwood, Kevin – WR – 6’2″ – 198 lbs – Alabama – 5.3

49ers – Johnson, Dontae – CB – 6’2″ – 200 lbs – N.C. State – 5.3

Patriots – White, James – RB – 5’9″ – 204 lbs – Wisconsin – 5.1

Seahawks – Pierre-Louis, Kevin – OLB – 6’0″ – 232 lbs – Boston College – 5.1

Patriots – Fleming, Cameron – OT – 6’5″ – 323 lbs – Stanford – 5.3

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49ers – Lynch, Aaron – DE – 6’5″ – 249 lbs – South Florida – 5.1

Broncos – Barrow, Lamin – OLB – 6’1″ – 237 lbs – LSU – 5.3

Steelers – Richardson, Shaquille – CB – 6’0″ – 194 lbs – Arizona – 5.1

49ers – Reaser, Keith – CB – 5’10” – 189 lbs – Florida Atlantic – 5.1

Seahawks – Staten, Jimmy – DT – 6’4″ – 304 lbs – Middle Tennessee State – NR

Steelers – Johnson, Wesley – OT – 6’5″ – 297 lbs – Vanderbilt – 5.3

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Patriots – Halapio, Jon – OG – 6’3″ – 323 lbs – Florida – 5.0

49ers – Acker, Kenneth – CB – 6’0″ – 190 lbs – SMU – 5.0

Steelers – Zumwalt, Jordan – ILB – 6’4″ – 235 lbs – UCLA – 5.2

Patriots – Moore, Zach – DE – 6’5″ – 269 lbs – Concordia – 5.2

Seahawks – Scott, Garrett – OT – 6’5″ – 294 lbs – Marshall – NR

Patriots – Thomas, Jemea – CB – 5’9″ – 192 lbs – Georgia Tech – 5.1

Broncos – Paradis, Matthew – C – 6’3″ – 306 lbs – Boise State – 5.0

Seahawks – Pinkins, Eric – FS – 6’3″ – 220 lbs – San Diego State – 4.9

Steelers – McCullers, Daniel – DT – 6’7″ – 352 lbs – Tennessee – 5.6

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Seahawks – Small, Kiero – RB – 5’8″ – 244 lbs – Arkansas – NR

Steelers – Blanchflower, Rob – TE – 6’4″ – 256 lbs – Massachusetts – 5.0

Broncos – Nelson, Corey – OLB – 6’0″ – 231 lbs – Oklahoma – NR

49ers – Ramsey, Kaleb – DE – 6’3″ – 293 lbs – Boston College – 5.0

Patriots – Gallon, Jeremy – WR – 5’7″ – 185 lbs – Michigan – 5.2

49ers – Millard, Trey – FB – 6’2″ – 247 lbs – Oklahoma – 5.1

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Click HERE to view results of ROUND 1.

Click HERE to view results of ROUNDS 2 & 3.

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