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Brad Kurtzberg (TheSTN) – Bills Fans Beware: Rex Ryan Will Give You the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The fact that Rex Ryan ended up choosing the Buffalo Bills as his next coaching job is a bit of a puzzle. In Buffalo, Ryan is going to be in a situation very similar to what he left with the New York Jets: a team with a strong defense, a good running game and a questionable young quarterback who needs to develop. He also has to get past a dominant New England Patriots’ team to win the division. The problem with Ryan is that while he is likely to reinforce the strengths of his new team, he is unlikely to Continue reading

TheSTN – Jose Calderon Could Excel In The Triangle

The New York Knicks will be experiencing quite a few changes going into the 2014-2015 season. Most of the focus seems to be on the triangle offense put in by new head coach Derek Fisher, and of course their star player Carmelo Anthony. While Anthony is certainly going to put up some outstanding numbers in fantasy basketball individually, most fans are hoping that this team can be competitive in a weak Eastern conference. One guy who could be a pretty big key for their success is Jose Calderon. Throughout his career, Calderon has mostly been known as a guy who Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Here’s How To Pay Mo’Ne Davis, Little Leaguers (And Others)

Much was made during this year’s Little League World Series (“LLWS”) back in late August about the fact that Little League participants, mostly 12- and 13-year-olds, should somehow be paid for being in the LLWS. The arguments were particularly strong this year since ESPN, which was finishing up an eight-year, $30.1 million deal with Little League to televise the LLWS, had just signed a new eight-year deal, but this time for $76 million. The financial boon to Little League is obvious: next year, and for the seven years after that, Little League, a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit corporation, will literally Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Where’s The Irreparable Harm? In The Sports Betting Case, New Jersey’s Colossal Blunder

While much can and will be written on New Jersey’s recent attempt to allow sports betting at Monmouth Park, there are two fascinating things to look at in the specifics of the present case (a federal judge granted a temporary restraining order (“TRO”) last Friday barring Monmouth from taking any sports bets) and the history of the federal law at issue in the present case. WHERE’S THE IRREPARABLE HARM? While there are four things a movant must show to get a TRO, we will focus on the main two: irreparable harm (in this case, to the NFL and the other Continue reading