Updated: May 5 Tonight’s CFP National Championship between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Ohio State Buckeyes should be a good one. Will Ohio State ever take the lead?
Updated: May 5 Last weekend was just a warm up. Today the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns are playing for keeps. Will the Steelers be up by a field goal at halftime?
Updated: May 5 The Ball brothers, Lonzo and LaMelo, play against each other for the first time tonight in the NBA as the Chicago Bulls and New Orleans Pelicans tilt. Brotherly Love comes face to face with It’s Just Business. Which brother will score first?
Updated: May 5 The Buffalo Bills are a trendy pick to go all the way to the Super Bowl. Josh Allan and Stefon Diggs are a potent combo. Will the Bills roll today over the Indianapolis Colts by two touchdowns?
Updated: May 5 The New York Knicks have a winning record for the first time in forever. Much credit has been given to their new no nonsense coach Tom Thibodeau. The Knicks are favored tonight at home against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Will the Knicks be up after the first quarter?
Updated: May 5 It’s early but the Boston Celtics have two bonafide All-Stars this year in Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. Brown has elevated his game, leading the Cs in scoring. Can Brown go for as many as 16 points in the first half tonight against the Toronto Raptors?
Updated: May 5 In the Orange Bowl today, Texas A&M takes on UNC– with both teams having something to prove. A&M feels slighted to be left out of the playoff; UNC has not been to a major bowl like the Orange Bowl in 70 years. Will UNC be within a touchdown at halftime?
Updated: May 5 The Philadelphia Eagles are playing spoiler today against the Washington Football Team. Jalen Hurts will try to make a statement performance to leave no doubt his position ahead of Carson Wentz heading in to the offseason. Will the Eagles be leading at halftime?
Maybe the greatest Bragr ever was just flat out the Greatest, Muhammad Ali. He talked a big game and backed it up. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. Always talking. Always moving. Always the greatest. Ali was still an upstart, Cassius Clay then, when he beat the heavyweight champ Sonny Liston in 1964.… Continue reading The Bragr Backs It Up