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[caption id="attachment_15765" align="aligncenter" width="604"] Langer (left) & Schotz (right)[/caption] As many of you know by now, this is the last article that will be posted to Taking Bad Schotz. Thanks to all of our family, friends, fans, and random athletes that have supported us over the years and inspired us to continue producing content. On behalf of all of the people I just mentioned, includin ...

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Random Athlete of the Day- Corliss Williamson

Corliss Mondari Williamson (Mondari?!?) is the definition of a savvy NBA vet. Highly recruited out of high school where he was a three-time All-American and National Gatorade Player of the Year, Corliss stayed close to home and committed to play for Arkansas. Although his career at Arkansas is not well known, it is arguably one of the greatest Razorback successes of all-time. [caption id="attachment_15739" ...

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NHL Preseason Excitement

Generally, all forms of preseason action are pretty boring, unless of  course you’re watching Hard Knocks. Apparently the Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t get this memo, as Sunday night’s preseason affair was played with the intensity of a rivalry playoff game. In the third period with the game in hand, things escalated quickly as Buffalo’s enforcer, John Scott (6’8, 270 pounds), went after Tor ...

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2013 NL MVP Race

Heading into the final month of the regular season, the NL MVP Award is still up for grabs. Here is a look at the top candidates in the final stretch. [caption id="attachment_15586" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Frontrunner: Clayton Kershaw In a contract year, Kershaw has established himself as the best pitcher in baseball. He leads the NL in WHIP (0.93 ...

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Five Questions For The Los Angeles Kings

[caption id="attachment_15466" align="aligncenter" width="604"] Photo Credit: Gary Hershorn/REUTERS[/caption] 1. How will the defense fare without Rob Scuderi? Rob Scuderi left the Kings to finish off his career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, but not before helping Los Angeles reach new heights as a franchise. Despite his departure, Willie Mitchell will return after missing the entire 2012-2013 campaign with ...

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Throwback Team Thursday: 2001-2002 Detroit Red Wings

Hockey Town was at its finest in the 2001-2002 campaign, with lofty goals of a Stanley Cup Championship or bust. The Wings dominated with arguably the best roster in NHL history, which featured what will become at least ten Hall-of-Famers. Keep in mind that NHL teams are only allowed to have 23 players on the active roster, meaning on most nights nearly 50% of the team was literally the best of all time. Br ...

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Throwback Team Thursday: 2004 Minnesota Timberwolves

Long before the Miami Heat created their own “Big 3” down south, Minnesota had one of their own up north. Kevin Garnett, Sam Cassell, and Latrell Sprewell led the Wolves to a 58-24 record, earning the one-seed in the Western Conference. [caption id="attachment_15297" align="aligncenter" width="600"] via http://www.smscs.com[/caption] At 27 years old, KG was in his prime and dominating the competition in eve ...

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