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19 Jul 19
Bonding Sports

So, this list will be since the year 2000, and I will be going through year-by-year and pointing out the best regular-season team in the league that was unable to take home the big trophy. Some of the teams on this list went on to win it in the next few seasons, others managed to […]

19 Jul 19
BroSports (and stuff!)

Ryan wants you to know your favorite team rocks and you should be excited about football, at least this year.

18 Jul 19
KSN-TV
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Wichita State will play a record number of home dates during the upcoming men’s basketball season. The Shockers’ 13-game non-conference slate, released Thursday, includes nine on campus and a tenth in downtown Wichita. The number will expand to 19 regular season home dates by early September when the American Athletic Conference releases its full schedule, along with tipoff times and television assignments. That shatters the mark of 17, set four times previously. Seven of the 10 non-conference home dates fall on weekends. Six are Saturdays. The home schedule provides quality in addition to quantity. Five of the 10 non-conference visitors earned NCAA tournament bids in 2019: Gardner-Webb (Nov. 19), Oklahoma (Dec. 14 at INTRUST Bank Arena), VCU (Dec. 21), Abilene Christian (Dec. 29) and Ole Miss (Jan. 4). Omaha (Nov. 5), Texas Southern (Nov. 9), UT Martin (Nov. 16), Oral Roberts (Nov. 23) and Central Arkansas (Dec. 5) round out the early home slate. The Shockers’ only pre-conference action outside the Wichita city limits comes Nov. 26-27 at the Cancun Challenge (vs. South Carolina and either West Virginia or UNI) and Dec. 8 at Oklahoma State. As previously announced, WSU will play home-and-home series with seven conference foes: UCF, Cincinnati, Houston, Memphis, USF, Temple and Tulsa. The 18-game American schedule also includes road games at SMU and UConn and home contests with Tulane and ECU. Fans interested in purchasing 2019-20 season tickets may call the Shocker Ticket Office at 316-978-FANS  (M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to be placed on the call list. The MBB Waiting List Application Form is also available under the Tickets tab at goshockers.com. WSU’s 19-game season ticket package (also a record) includes a bonus exhibition game against Division II Northeastern State (Oct. 29). In addition, account holders will have first opportunity to purchase seats for the downtown game against Oklahoma game during a special presale. Home Cookin’: WSU’s 19 regular season home dates is a program record. The old mark (17) was set four times previously.The 1981 Shockers hold the overall season mark. They played 21 times that year at then-Levitt Arena, helped by three MVC and two NCAA tournament games, and finished with a 19-2 record.A home-heavy schedule is good news for Shocker fans but bad news for Shocker opponents. WSU is 116-11 (.913) in Wichita since the start of the 2011-12 season. Most Regular Season Home Games: 19 – 2019-20 17 – 4x (Last: 2016-17) Most Total Home Games: 21 – 1980-81 (w/ 3 MVC and 2 NCAA tournament games) 19 – 2019-20 18 – 2009-10 (w/ 1 NIT game) 18 – 1979-80 (w/ 1 NIT game) 18 – 2010-11 (w/ 2 NIT games) 18 – 2008-09 (w/ 2 CBI games) 17 – 6 times 2019-20 NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENT THUMBNAILS: OMAHA Tuesday, Nov. 5 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena This is the first meeting with Omaha in 25 years. The Shockers lead the all-time series 2-0 with both wins coming in Wichita.Nov. 5 is the earliest start date in Shocker history – one day ahead of the mark set last year.Omaha (21-13) was runner-up in both the Summit League regular season and conference tournament. TEXAS SOUTHERN Saturday, Nov. 9 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena The Shockers are 3-0 against Texas Southern (2-0 under Marshall). All three games took place at Charles Koch Arena. The sides last met in November, 2010.TSU piled up three postseason wins last year, advancing to the semifinal round of the CIT. It was the school’s longest run since winning the 1977 NAIA championship.The Tigers (24-14, runner-up in the SWAC regular season) came up a win short of the NCAA Tournament, losing to Prairie View A&M in the conference tournament final.TSU played 24 true road games in 2018-19 and banked non-conference wins at Baylor, Oregon and Texas A&M.Second-year TSU coach Johnny Jones was a member of LSU’s 1981 Final Four team that defeated the Shockers in the Midwest Regional Final, but WSU avenged the loss the following year at Levitt Arena. Despite 13 points from Jones, the Shockers overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to win 66-65.Gregg Marshall is 1-0 against Jones (the coach). WSU defeated his LSU Tigers, 82-47, in a Battle 4 Atlantis quarterfinal matchup in November, 2016. UT MARTIN Satuday, Nov. 16 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena The first of two Cancun Challenge preliminary matchups. The Skyhawks are one of four teams competing in the Mayan Division, along with Boston University, Northern Colorado and Gardner-Webb.WSU and UT Martin have never met on the hardwood.The Skyhawks finished 12-19 last year and were seventh in the OVC race. GARDNER-WEBB Tuesday, Nov. 19 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena WSU’s second Cancun Challenge preliminary matchup.The Shockers won the only other series meeting on Dec. 12, 2008 in Wichita.The reigning Big South Tournament champions were a No. 15 seed in last year’s NCAA tournament festivities and lost to eventual national champion Virginia in the first round, 71-56.The Runnin’ Bulldogs finished 23-12 last year with a NET rating of 166. ORAL ROBERTS Saturday, Nov. 23 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena This is the 13th meeting all-time between WSU and ORU. The Shockers lead the series 7-5 (4-3 in Wichita).This is the second-straight year that the teams have played in the regular season. WSU and ORU were also closed-door scrimmage opponents in 2016 and 2017.WSU defeated ORU last December in Wichita, 84-63. Markis McDuffie scored 19 of his 25 points in the second half, and the Shockers outscored the visiting Golden Eagles 30-15 over the final 12 minutes. vs. South Carolina Cancun Challenge Semifinal Wednesday, Nov. 27 Cancun, Mexico | Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya A semifinal matchup will be the first-ever meeting between WSU and South Carolina.Marshall is winless in two tries against his favorite childhood team – both as head coach at Winthrop.The Gamecocks (16-16) shook off a slow start last year to earn the SEC tournament’s No. 4 seed but missed out on the postseason.Six of the last seven Cancun Challenge champions have gone on to make the NCAA tournament: Bradley (2018), Purdue (2016), Maryland (2015), UNI (2014), Wisconsin (2013) and Wichita State (2012). vs. Northern Iowa Possible Cancun Challenge matchup Wednesday, Nov. 27 Cancun, Mexico | Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya The teams have split 56 meetings. All but one took place between 1992 and 2017 when the schools were Missouri Valley Conference rivals.A potential second day battle in the Cancun Challenge would be WSU’s first action against an MVC opponent since its departure for The American.Both WSU (2012) and UNI (2014) won Cancun Challenge titles in their most recent appearances.UNI (16-18) came within a game of the 2019 NCAA tournament, losing to Bradley in the Arch Madness final. vs. West Virginia Possible Cancun Challenge matchup Wednesday, Nov. 27 Cancun, Mexico | Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya WSU and West Virginia have never met.The head coaches — Marshall (502) and Bob Huggins (860) — have combined for 1,362 victories.Marshall is 7-5 against Big 12 competition at WSU with wins in seven of the last 10 encounters.The Mountaineers (15-21) accepted a 2019 CBI bid and advanced to the quarterfinals. It was the school’s 15th postseason appearance in the last 16 years. CENTRAL ARKANSAS Thursday, Dec. 5 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena This is the first series meeting.UCA’s challenging non-conference schedule includes games at Georgetown, Duke, WSU, Utah and Marquette.The Bears (14-19) missed the 2019 postseason but advanced to the CBI quarterfinals in 2018. It was the school’s first men’s basketball postseason appearance since transitioning to NCAA Division I in 2006.Head coach Russ Pennell — a Pittsburg, Kan. native and UCA alumnus – led Arizona to the 2009 NCAA Tournament after head coach Lute Olson stepped down for medical reasons. In 2014, he served as interim coach for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury and took that team to the Western Conference finals.Basketball Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen played collegiately at UCA (1983-87). He arrived as a 6-foot-1 walk-on but grew to 6-8 and became a two-time NAIA All-American. The school has retired his No. 33 jersey. Pennell was a senior point guard during Pippen’s freshman season. at Oklahoma State Sunday, Dec. 8 Stillwater, Okla. | Gallagher-Iba Arena A visit to Stillwater marks WSU’s only non-conference true road game and kicks off a four-year home-and-home series with the Cowboys.WSU closed the 2018-19 season with six-consecutive road wins.OSU finished 12-20 last year but ranked 72nd in the NCAA’s NET ratings.The Cowboys lead the all-time series 30-9 (15-5 in Stillwater).WSU’s 78-66 victory in 2017 (keyed by 30 points from Landry Shamet) was the school’s first win at Gallagher-Iba Arena in 60 years. OKLAHOMA Saturday, Dec. 14 Wichita | INTRUST Bank Arena The Shockers play their 10th annual downtown game. WSU is 7-2 at INTRUST Bank Arena but one of those two defeats came at the hands of the Sooners (2017).The teams play for the fourth-consecutive year. WSU downed OU in 2016 in Oklahoma City but has dropped the last two.The Sooners (20-14) advanced to the second round of the 2019 NCAA tournament. VCU Saturday, Dec. 21 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena The back-end of a home-and-home that began last December in Richmond, Va.VCU invades the Roundhouse for the first time since February, 2011 when the Final Four-bound Rams edged the NIT Champion Shockers on a last-second free throw.VCU has won three of the five meetings all-time.The Rams (25-8, 16-2) are the defending Atlantic 10 regular season champions and have played in eight of the last nine NCAA tournaments. They earned a No. 8 seed in the 2019 tourney but fell to UCF in the first round. ABILENE CHRISTIAN Sunday, Dec. 29 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena WSU faces Abilene Christian for the first time since January, 1986. Four of the five meetings in the series (all Shocker home victories) came during the Gene Smithson Era.ACU (27-7) won the 2019 Southland Conference Tournament and became just the fourth school in the last two decades to qualify for an NCAA Tournament within its first two years of eligibility, joining North Dakota State (2009), Florida Gulf Coast (2013) and Northern Kentucky (2017). OLE MISS Saturday, Jan. 4 Wichita | Charles Koch Arena WSU and Ole Miss open a home-and-home series as part of a new scheduling alliance between The American and the SEC.This will be the sixth series meeting and the first since Nov. 18, 2001 when the teams met in the Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska. The schools squared off in four consecutive Decembers from 1994-97 with each side winning twice. The trip to Wichita will be the Rebels’ first since Dec. 13, 1997.Ole Miss finished 20-13 in its first season under Kermit Davis and qualified for NCAA tournament play for the first time since 2015. The Rebels have banked 20-wins in 10 of their last 13 seasons.
18 Jul 19
For The Win

How will Jimmy Garoppolo, Daniel Jones, the Cleveland Browns and Todd Gurley fare in 2019?

17 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
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Mayfield, Browns roll over Patriots in opener As the NFL season kicked off on Thursday night, QB Baker Mayfield and the new-look Browns announced their presence to the NFL world. Mayfield threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns as Cleveland rolled into New England and defeated the Patriots 34-20. The game got off to a […]

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15 Jul 19
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15 Jul 19
FiveThirtyEight
Heading into last season, I wrote about the Cleveland Browns’ staggering run of futility since their pro football reincarnation in 1999. It didn’t seem possible that a team in the NFL, which devotes so much energy to promoting parity, could be so very bad for so very long. And yet, the Browns were coming off a 1-31 record over the 2016 and 2017 seasons — the worst two-year stretch by any team in league history. The ongoing fiasco in Cleveland had essentially left the franchise exactly where it had started off as an expansion team, nearly 20 years earlier. But as it turns out, even the Browns couldn’t stay bad forever. The 2018 edition was markedly improved from a roster standpoint, was far more competitive on the field and — after a midseason crisis that saw coach Hue Jackson fired — finished strong with a 5-3 record to complete a 7-8-1 campaign, the team’s best showing in over a decade. And then Cleveland spent the offseason grabbing even more talent, trading for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and controversially signing former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt, who was suspended for the first half of the 2019 season after attacking a woman at a hotel last February. A Browns Super Bowl run, nigh-unthinkable a year ago, now has the ninth-best odds in the league according to the Vegas books. So is it possible that the Browns are now … overrated? Those top-10 Super Bowl odds might be a bit too favorable. Back in May, the indefatigable Chase Stuart measured the implied strength of every 2019 team by looking at game-by-game point spreads released by the oddsmakers at CG Technology. Cleveland is expected to have a per-game scoring margin of +0.8 points next season, but it also plays a schedule 0.5 points per game easier than the average NFL team. The resulting Simple Rating System score of +0.4[footnote]It comes out to that number, rather than +0.3, because of rounding.[/footnote] points above average per game is an improvement over the -0.3 produced by last year’s Browns … but it also projects to rank just 17th in the league. Cleveland has improved — but only into the NFL’s middle class alongside teams like the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens. The same goes for top-to-bottom assessments of the Browns’ roster. When Pro Football Focus graded each team’s roster last month, Cleveland ranked just 18th in the NFL, sandwiched between the Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars. Beckham rightly grades out as “elite,” and the Browns boast four other players — QB Baker Mayfield, RB Nick Chubb, DE Myles Garrett and incoming edge-rusher Olivier Vernon — who rate as “good.” But the rest of the team’s starters are all considered either average or below-average according to PFF’s grading system. The 2019 Browns look like a middle-of-the-pack team Composite ranking for 2019 NFL teams based on implied Simple Rating System (SRS) scores using Vegas lines and total team talent as ranked by Pro Football Focus’s grading system Team Exp. SRS rank PFF Rank Avg. rank New England Patriots 1 1 1 Los Angeles Rams 2 2 2 New Orleans Saints 4 3 3.5 Kansas City Chiefs 3 7 5 Los Angeles Chargers 5 6 5.5 Chicago Bears 6 5 5.5 Philadelphia Eagles 7 4 5.5 Indianapolis Colts 8 10 9 Minnesota Vikings 11 9 10 Pittsburgh Steelers 13 8 10.5 Green Bay Packers 9 14 11.5 Seattle Seahawks 10 13 11.5 Dallas Cowboys 12 12 12 Atlanta Falcons 16 11 13.5 Houston Texans 14 15 14.5 Baltimore Ravens 15 17 16 Cleveland Browns 17 18 17.5 Tennessee Titans 20 16 18 Carolina Panthers 18 21 19.5 Jacksonville Jaguars 21 19 20 San Francisco 49ers 19 24 21.5 Denver Broncos 22 22 22 Detroit Lions 25 20 22.5 Washington Redskins 26 23 24.5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24 26 25 New York Jets 23 31 27 Cincinnati Bengals 30 25 27.5 Buffalo Bills 27 29 28 Oakland Raiders 28 28 28 New York Giants 29 27 28 Miami Dolphins 31 30 30.5 Arizona Cardinals 32 32 32 Sources: FootballPerspective.com, CG Technology, ESPN, Pro Football Focus It wouldn’t be too shocking if the Browns’ seemingly elite offseason haul doesn’t quite live up to expectations. In the past, my research has suggested that net offseason talent added[footnote]As measured by incoming minus outgoing Approximate Value)[/footnote] has much less of an effect on a team’s performance in the following season than we might think. For every case in which a team adds a significant amount of talent and immediately improves (such as the 2001 Patriots or 1997 Chiefs), there are plenty of counterexamples (like Carolina in 1998 or Washington in 2000) in which a team picked up big names only to founder on the field. The NFL’s unforgiving salary cap and general unpredictability make it especially difficult for improvements on paper to translate into actual success — perhaps even if a team adds one of the league’s top offensive weapons to an already improving core. But even if Cleveland’s title chances are somewhat overblown, this remains the most promising Browns team in a long time. According to our new quarterback-adjusted Elo ratings (which we’ve been working on over the summer and will explain in full depth soon),[footnote]In short: Each QB has a rolling rating based on his performance according to an estimate of his yards above replacement, adjusted for strength of opponent. The difference between the starting QB’s rolling rating and his team’s rolling rating is added onto the team’s base Elo to get an effective rating for each game.[/footnote] the Browns will enter this season with an effective rating of 1523 after adding in Mayfield’s adjustment. That still ranks only 16th in the league, but it is above the NFL average (of roughly 1505) and is easily the Browns’ rosiest outlook going into any season since the franchise was restored to existence: This looks like the best team in New Browns history Effective Elo ratings (including an adjustment for the opening-day starting quarterback) for the Cleveland Browns going into each season, since 1999 Elo Rk Season Starting QB PPG vs. Avg* Base QB Adj. Effective 1 2019 B. Mayfield +0.2 1517 +6 1523 2 2003 K. Holcomb -1.5 1510 -6 1505 3 2008 D. Anderson -0.4 1501 0 1501 4 2004 J. Garcia +1.6 1465 +23 1489 5 2002 K. Holcomb -4.2 1484 -26 1458 6 2009 B. Quinn -1.5 1442 +4 1446 7 2015 J. McCown -2.5 1434 0 1434 8 2006 C. Frye -1.5 1434 -4 1430 9 2011 C. McCoy -2.1 1436 -6 1430 10 2013 B. Weeden -1.6 1415 -1 1414 11 2010 J. Delhomme -2.0 1409 0 1409 12 2007 C. Frye -1.2 1397 +1 1398 13 2012 B. Weeden -1.6 1398 -2 1396 14 2014 B. Hoyer -3.9 1420 -25 1395 15 2018 T. Taylor -1.1 1379 +9 1388 16 2005 T. Dilfer -2.1 1396 -13 1382 17 2016 R. Griffin -1.5 1368 -2 1366 18 2001 T. Couch -0.5 1358 +7 1365 19 2000 T. Couch -1.2 1350 -4 1347 20 2017 D. Kizer -3.1 1348 -14 1334 21 1999 T. Detmer -0.4 1300 -1 1299 * The amount we expect an average team’s point spread to change with the quarterback starting, relative to with an average NFL starter. A quarterback’s Elo adjustment is based on how much his own rating exceeds a rolling average of the team’s QB performance (including passing and rushing stats). Source: Pro-Football-Reference.com As a rookie in 2018, Mayfield had one of the best quarterbacking seasons in Browns (old or new) history, across a number of metrics. His quarterback rating in our new Elo model (the equivalent of +0.3 points added above an average QB per game) was the best season-ending mark of any Cleveland QB[footnote]Minimum 12 starts.[/footnote] since 1999. His 2019 season-opening rating of +0.2[footnote]Under our new system, quarterbacks with between 10 and 100 career starts (Mayfield has 13) are reverted toward a league-average QB by one-fourth after each season.[/footnote] will be the second-best of any opening-day Browns starter going into a season since 1999, trailing only Jeff Garcia’s mark of +1.6 from 2004.[footnote]Garcia — who seemed like a huge upgrade over the team’s previous duo of Kelly Holcomb and Tim Couch — largely disappointed, going 3-7 as starter in 2004 and posting what was then a career-low passer rating of 76.7.[/footnote] And Mayfield’s projection probably understates how much his performance should improve when throwing to an elite receiver such as Beckham. In other words, Mayfield looks like the Browns’ most competent option under center in many years — and he represents a truly massive leap forward for a team that had previously suffered the worst quarterback production in the NFL under its current incarnation. Mayfield’s development is a big part of what’s driving Browns fever, and not without some justification: The Rams, for example, followed the same model (draft a young, productive QB and then load up on supporting talent) to reach the Super Bowl last February. Throw in a diminished Pittsburgh Steelers squad that lost top receiver Antonio Brown in March, another division rival (Baltimore) that appears to be no better than Cleveland talent-wise, plus a Cincinnati Bengals team trending in the wrong direction, and it’s not hard to imagine the Browns’ path to an AFC North title … or beyond. But even so, the team may not quite be ready for that Super Bowl run yet. No longer a nightmare, Cleveland’s next step is to build on last year’s promise and outperform those middle-of-the-pack projections. If a championship parade alongside Lake Erie happens to come in the process, it would be a remarkable bonus — even though it’s not exactly something to make concrete plans for.
14 Jul 19
Ticket News Source

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14 Jul 19
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The buccaneers of Tampa Bay have a new head coach and a new perspective for the 2019 NFL season. Having finished with a lost record in seven of the last eight seasons, the successful Bruce Arians of Tampa can rejuvenate the former first grader Jameis Winston and return to the playoffs for the first time […]

14 Jul 19
Toygle

In their 100th season, the Chicago Bears want to defend their NFC North title. Chicago finished last season with an impressive 12: 4 record, but had to defeat prematurely the Philadelphia Eagles. Having lost several key figures to the free hand, the bears still retain a strong squad thanks to their organizational depth. Sign up […]

14 Jul 19
Archy news nety

In their 100th season, the Chicago Bears are looking to defend their NFC North title. Chicago finished with an impressive 12-4 record last season but suffered an early playoff exit at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles. After losing several key pieces to free agency, the Bears still maintain a strong roster thanks to their […]