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Top ‘2012 Sports Blogs of the Year’ Blogs

Posts submitted for our 2012 Sports Blogs of the Year book. For more details, visit the 2012 Blogs of the Year Page.

The Best Sports Blogs of 2012

We're Hyped to bring back The Best Sports Blogs of the Year Book for 2012! Thanks to everyone who contributed to BallHyped.com in 2012, particularly those who shared their best ...

2012 Olympic Games Draw to a Close

By Eric Schmidt ThePigskinReport.com Aug. 13, 2012 The 2012 Olympic Games have drawn to a close. In a blink of an eye, 17 days passed and now the world looks towards the 2014 Winter Olympics. This year, as in each Olympic Games, ...

The 46 Faces of Super Bowl XLVI

By Kevin Paul TheWifeHatesSports.com Feb. 4, 2012 It’s the television event of the year, so big that even the commercials are ranked by importance and influence.  It’s the Super Bowl, and media members and celebrities will flock from all across the ...


Ball So Hard, But Not Really

By Robbie Marbury ProjectShanks.com August 17, 2012 We all knew that Jay-Z was part owner of the Brooklyn Nets, and I think most of us knew that he wasn’t a majority owner.  We knew that he only owned a small percent of ...

Goodbye, Kerry Wood: A Cubs Fan’s Farewell

By Bobby Roberts AmericasWhiteboy.blogspot.com May 8, 2012 After this afternoon's Chicago Cubs game against the Chicago White Sox, Kerry Wood officially retired from Major League baseball. He struck out the only batter he faced and went out with a bang.I have been ...

Perception and Fantasy in Week 11 Starts, Sits, Bluffs

By Jake Ciely RotoExperts.com Dec. 15, 2012 I might be married right now. I could have a wife, some kids, live in a different house, drive a more family-friendly vehicle (well, I still might have bought my Camaro) and finding ways to ...


Hey College Football Fans, Leave Recruits Alone

By Joshua Vowles, AKA The Subway Domer SubwayDomer.com Jan. 9, 2012 Over the past several years, social media has critical massed itself 100 times over. Almost everyone you know is either on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, or a wicked cocktail mix of the ...

We Don’t Get To Write The Endings

By Daniel Shoptaw www.Cardinal70.com Oct. 23, 2012 In almost every form of entertainment, we know what we are going to get.  With rare exceptions, we know that the detective in the book or movie or TV show will wind up apprehending the ...

Hail or Rail Scale VI: Jadeveon Clowney, Ray Lewis, the Florida Gators and who else but the Los Angeles Lakers

sportschump.net - By Chris Humpherys sportschump.net January 8, 2013 We haven’t had a good Hail or Rail Scale in a while so here goes nothing… HAIL 1 point – College Football’s unpredictability In the final moments of this ...

Fantasy Football Auction Draft, Worse Mistakes Ever Made

fantasyknuckleheads.com - I learned a few lessons in a auction draft I participated in, lessons that are avoidable and exploitable. I failed miserably in our websites fantasy football auction draft, my second fantasy football auction draft to date. I made one ...

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