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James Cunningham

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Name: James Cunningham
Date registered: January 25, 2017

Latest posts

  1. How did Oregon St baseball allow a sex offender on it’s baseball team? — June 13, 2017
  2. Is it time to blow up the NCAA? — May 23, 2017
  3. Baylor deserves nothing less then the DEATH PENALTY — May 18, 2017
  4. Here we go again with Notre Dame and conference affiliation — May 16, 2017
  5. The NHL has the best playoffs…. and it’s not even close — May 7, 2017

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Jun
13
2017

How did Oregon St baseball allow a sex offender on it’s baseball team?

Good evening ACC fans. As we wind down the college baseball season and ACC fans rooting for Louisville and Florida State in Omaha, there is a situation that has come to a head with Oregon State. Now, for those who do not follow college baseball or Oregon State allow me to explain. You see, Oregon …

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May
23
2017

Is it time to blow up the NCAA?

Hey there ACC fans. Over the last few days I have been thinking long and hard about what to do with the way intercollegiate sports is run. When I have been reading and discussing with people all of the news coming out of college sports I have come to this conclusion… The current model that …

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May
18
2017

Baylor deserves nothing less then the DEATH PENALTY

I don’t understand how Baylor University still has a football team. I don’t understand how they still have an Athletic Department. I don’t understand how Baylor is still part of the Big XII. They are an embarrassment to the academic institution of Baylor University. Now, Baylor is no novice to disturbing scandals within it’s athletic …

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May
16
2017

Here we go again with Notre Dame and conference affiliation

Well…. Here we go again! It seems that this happens every year and every year it never happens. This time it was Tim Brando on friend of All Sports Discussion, Ethan Moore and Nick Burch’s radio show Louisville Sports Live. Mr. Brando, believes the landscape of college football is changing, and Notre Dame will change …

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May
07
2017

The NHL has the best playoffs…. and it’s not even close

Good Sunday to you ACC fans, I know very few of you readers out there actually care about the NHL playoffs. Let’s be honest, the majority of the ACC resides in areas where the NHL has little or no impact on the sports landscape. There are a few exceptions, Pittsburgh, Boston, Syracuse, and Washington (I …

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Apr
30
2017

What do we want from our sports coverage?

As we all know, this week has been a rough one for ESPN on-air talent. A lot of the people who we saw, get laid-off in real time via Twitter (which was weird watching people announce they had been let go) and the reaction from people got me to thinking. What do we want from …

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Apr
20
2017

If Boston College is to turn around their athletics, they took the first step today…

Hi all you ACC fans out there… If you haven’t already heard, Boston College has hired it’s new Athletic Director, Martin Jarmond. Now, for those who don’t know who that is or why this is important let me explain. Martin Jarmond was the deputy athletic director at Ohio State University. More importantly Jarmond was in …

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Apr
17
2017

Well, here we go again – Thoughts on UNC and NC State threat to leave ACC (House Bill 728)

Hello All, Well, here we are again! The North Carolina General Assembly has decided to throw some potential chaos into the ACC and college sports in general. For those who haven’t heard, Mark Brody (Republican District 55 Anson Co. Union Co) has introduced House Bill 728. The importance of HB 728 is that it states …

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Apr
15
2017

Does Division I football as we know it survive?

We are a day out since the NCAA passed some new rules that effect college football. The first rule is the early signing period, which allows for an early signing day. That “early signing period” allows kids to sign their LOI in December instead of February. This rule just allows for coaches to cherry pick …

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Apr
06
2017

It’s the conferences that need the spotlight instead of the NCAA

As the glow of college sports for most fans fades away, I came across a story posted by The Comeback. In this story, The Comeback rightly shines the light on the big business that is college athletics. The story, gives the example of the College Football Playoff and the”Playoff Premium” package. There is a problem …

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Mar
30
2017

The NCAA won’t go to Las Vegas… Why???

As I followed along as Mark Emmert’s news conference this evening from the Final Four, I noticed a what seems to be a throw away topic. Emmert stated that Las Vegas “will not be eligible for this round.” This got me to thinking. Why does the president of the NCAA believe that Las Vegas will …

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Mar
18
2017

NC State hires Kevin Keatts and we approve.

I will admit it, I LOVE the Kevin Keatts hire at NC State. As I went through Twitter, the sense I got was disappointment. Now, I am not sure if the disappointment that I felt was due to the news that had broken earlier in the day that Sean Miller, Archie Miller’s brother, was advising …

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Mar
13
2017

It’s time for the ACC to step up in this year’s Big Dance.

As we sit here on the eve of the First Four, games in Dayton we can look back on the college basketball regular season. We have heard, and I believe, that this years ACC basketball conference was the best basketball conference ever. There were arguments made that it was the best basketball conference EVER! That …

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Mar
08
2017

The ACC tournament should rotate but not to where Boeheim said to

So, here we are again. Listening to Jim Boeheim complain again and again about how the ACC needs to give up on it’s roots and only play the ACC tournament in BIG media markets (and then getting absolutely crushed by the City of Greensboro’s twitter account). .@AdamZagoria @ACCSports We kindly disagree. But I guess you …

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Mar
05
2017

The Business of the NCAA Tournament

To me, this is the best time of year. All of those small schools punching their tickets to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. We see student bodies rush the court upon winning their Conference Tournaments excited to make the Big Dance! We know that for the most part, a lot of these small conference winners …

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Feb
17
2017

NC State Fan base isn’t wrong the media is

It has been 2 days since Mark Gottfried was fired by NC State. If you only follow the national basketball writers, you would think that Mark Gottfried was the greatest coach NC State has ever had. Jay Bilas used his twitter account to applaud Gottfried for making 4 NCAA tournament fields, 2 NCAA tournament wins, …

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