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Jan 23 2014

The Biggest X-Factors in Super Bowl XLVII

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While this weekend might be miserable without the excitement that playoff football brought us the past few weeks, every fans attention is squarely on the Super Bowl matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.

With tons of talk set to happen in just a few days as the two squads make their way to New York, there will be plenty of discussion around game plans and which players will need to step up.

But which things might be the x-factors that could give one team an edge? That’s what we’re tackling today.

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Jan 22 2014

Awkward Moments That Happen When Unemployed

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It’s no secret that being unemployed is a complete bummer.

It causes stress, anxiety and a whole bunch of changes in order for someone to try and enjoy their life without spending too much cash.

After hearing about one of our friends who just got laid-off last week—yes, just two weeks into the New Year—we couldn’t help but sympathize for her.

And while the job search will undoubtedly be rough on her, one thing that’s bound to happen are these awkward moments that every unemployed person goes through.

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Jan 21 2014

The Viral Videos From 2013 That We Definitely Won’t Miss

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As with every year, 2013 “blessed” us with some memorable videos that were seen and shared all over the Internet.

And although 2014 just began, we’re guessing that there will be just as many “influential” vids that everyone will be watching over and over again, grabbing national attention for their shenanigans.

With the calendar turning though, we’re hoping that these certain ids are stored away and never talked about again, because they’re really annoying.

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Jan 20 2014

The Smartest Athletes

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Although there are certainly a few athletes who should—and do—take heat for being known as less than brilliant, just because a guy is faster and stronger than the normal person doesn’t mean that they aren’t smart, too.

So instead of focusing on the guys who do dumb things on occasion, we’re giving you the ones who could wind up being your boss someday, as these are the smartest athletes in sports.

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Jan 17 2014

Former No. 1 Draft Picks You’re Better At Life Than

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We couldn’t imagine the feeling of being a young, 20-something athlete, awaiting the biggest day of your life—draft day.

It’s probably a little nerve-wrenching knowing that your life is about to change, being handed a huge contract and carrying the weight of great expectations.

And if you’re lucky enough to be considered the No. 1 pick, well then, it’s a not only complimentary of your sports skills, but also of your character.

It takes something special to land atop the draft board, but as we’ve seen over the history of sports, not everyone is cut-out for it.

These are some former No. 1 picks who we think you may actually be better than.

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Jan 16 2014

Athletes Who Should Embrace Their Baldness

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No dude ever wants to admit that they’re losing their hair. But as bros get older and genetics or stress takes over, it’s only natural to see a few thinning strands up top.

But don’t fear that shiny head that’s coming your way, embrace it—coming from a near 30-year-old with all his mane left—because, unlike some of these athletes, you shouldn’t worry about your personal image.

Hey, Michael Jordan was bald and it’s worked out for him quite well, wouldn’t you say?

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Jan 15 2014

Which MLB Players Will Make the Hall of Fame in 2015?

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In case you didn’t know, last week was a pretty big week for a few former baseball players.

No, it wasn’t because they got recognized on any All-Decade lists or anything, but rather because some of the biggest names in the sport during the ’90s and early 2000s found out that they would be among the few who would be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

And while every athlete aims to win as many titles as possible, being recognized as one of the game’s best is the biggest individual honor a player can have.

But not that this year’s voting is over, we’re taking a look at a few baseball players who might find themselves among the few who will become part of this exclusive fraternity next year—with a few of these names certain to bring back some childhood memories.

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Jan 14 2014

The Biggest Liars and Cheats and Jerks in Sports

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Another day, another twist in the ongoing saga of Alex Rodriguez.

While most of the country was happily watching the NFL playoffs, a few sports fans probably noticed that one of the most polarizing sports figures of the past decade or so just got nailed with a 162-game suspension, leaving A-Rod out of luck for the 2014 season and costing him some serious cash.

Sure, he has already sued MLB for a number of reasons, but does it really matter? The dude’s legacy will forever be associated with PEDs and this ruling—even if things do get overturned.

With Rodriguez becoming the latest “victim” from all of the PED crap, here are a few other people in sports who have lied and cheated their way to become known as the biggest jerks in sports.

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Jan 13 2014

Athletes Who Should Blow Up This Year (Not Literally)

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As is the case every year, sports fans are always blessed with seeing breakout performances that introduce new athletes to us.

Just as last year gave us Jameis Winston of Florida State and Yasiel Puig, this year should be no different in some unknown guys becoming household names.

That’s why we’re sharing our guesses for which athletes will completely blow up this year—so get ready for them to take over.

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Jan 10 2014

Board Games That Test How Smart You Really Are

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No one wants to appear to come across as dumb or unknowledgeable, but sometimes it’s just too difficult to hide.

And even though it probably happens more than any of us would want to admit by playing a ton of computer games or apps that we have on our iPhones or iPads, one way that it’s really shown is during a board game.

So we’re giving you a few of them that we really hope test your wits as much as they do to us, because we feel completely lost when playing any of these.

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