Posted on: June 10, 2010 2:45 pm

Conference Alignment, Big 10 Pac 10 Mountain West

With Colorado Gone Now for the Pac 10, Nebraska and Missouri to the Big 10 and Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State to the Pac-10 as well. That leaves KU, K-State, Iowa State and Baylor left out of the Picture and need a conference to join. Well With the Mountain West Conference looking to expand the Mountain West Adds KU, K-State, Iowa State, Baylor and add Boise State and Mountain West is renamed the Big 14 as Big 10 will be named Great Mideast Conference and Big 14 replaces Big 12 as a BCS Conference. This whole Conferenbce alignment is out of whack as this whole sports world is becoming all about money. With K-State Movingnto the Mtn west Heres what the Mountain West Split Conference Should look like:

1. Air Force
2. BYU
3. Colorado State
4. Kansas
5. Boise State
6. Utah
7. Iowa State


1. TCU
2. New Mexico
4. Kansas State
5. Baylor
6. San Diego State
7. Wyoming

Heres the New Big 10:


1. Ohio State
2. Michigan
3. Illinois
4. Penn St
5. Michigan State
6. Notre Dame
7. Northwestern


1. Nebraska
2. Missouri
3. Purdue
4. Indiana
5. Iowa
6. Wisconsin
7. Minnesota

Heres the New Pac 10 now Pac 16


1. Oregon
2. Oregon State
3. Colorado
4. Washington
5. Washington State
6. Arizona
7. Arizona State
8. California


1. USC
3. Stanford
4. Texas
5. Texas Tech
6. Texas A&M
7. Oklahoma
8. Oklahoma State

Posted on: May 11, 2010 3:06 pm

Rockies start??

why are the Rockies starting off slow once again? It's injuries like every team has but its also deffense they have one of the highest fiekding error rates in mlb. what does it take the rox to win a good startin rotation. when francis gets back look for him to be back in the two spot with chacin in at the 5 spot i mean have you seen chacin pitch in two starts 0.00 era and 2-0 he takes over and hamel will throw out of bullpen and we could use him in there as a closer until street gets to where he was last year. Morales now has shoulder inflamstion our bull pen is great until; the closer comes in and if hammel comes back as good as he was doing last year then we will have a great bullpen. i mean were only a month into the season. and the rox are two games under 500 its the best rockies start in years ive seen their usually ten games under by now so im very proud of them so far but its time to start lettin tulo swing the bat and let giambi play 2nd he could do it he bats in runs and he can hit the long ball very well. GO ROCKIES i feel confident you can be a very great team this year!! T-U-L-O!!

Posted on: May 5, 2010 6:03 pm


how bout this pitcher everybody is talking about now named ubaldo, if you haven't heard of this guy yet you will. first pitcher in Rockies history to pitch a no hitter and after that he almost gets another no hitter. this guy is absolutely amazing and will only get better as time goes on. if your team faces him you better fear him he averages 98 mph on fasballs and can throw a 99 mph slider and he has hit tripple digits 7 times this year in all of his starts only pitecher to be 6-0 and his era is the best in mlb for starters at 0.87. watch out for the rockies once there roation is completely healthy and there in the groove of things. Ubaldo will be the NL Cy Young Award winner and Rockies will be atop the NL West at seasons end. Yes the Padres have the lead right now but were 28-30 games into the young season and several more to go rockies are off to a average start right where they want to be instead of the start last year. Just watch for these rockies and UBALDO!!!

Posted on: May 3, 2010 1:53 pm

Red Wings struggles in semifinals

Red Wings are down 2-0 heading back to detroit. As a lifelong red wing fan im not scared the red wings have great veteran players and can win four consecutive games in a heartbeat and they will.

There a great home team and there playing a young san jose team such as the san jose team they faced in 1995. i was very young then but i vaguely remember that series. Datsyuk, Hollstrom and lindstom and rafalski play very good at home. look for the wings to even the series heading back to san jose and look for the veteran front line to power this red wing team to the conference finals for third time in three seasons.
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