ICYMI (In Case You Missed It): Sports Saturday

Toronto FC Won the MLS Cup: The nosedive of soccer in America continued as our domestic league shipped its trophy north of the border. Some of the most accomplished active American soccer players contributed to the title exodus as Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore star

Heisman Saturday

This evening in New York City, the biggest names in college football will gather to hand out one of the more notorious trophies in all of sports and celebrate its winner. The Heisman is a unique award in that the voters are a mix of

Week 14 NFL Picks

Welcome to Week 14, the last “normal” week of the NFL schedule. By normal I mean that Week 15 is the last week for Thursday Night football and both Week 15 and 16 feature Saturday games while Week 17, as always, features just one prime

Guest Post by Will Adams: The “Relegating” Truth of MLS

Brad: I often lament the fact that we don’t talk more soccer here at SportsIntel so we’ve called in a true subject matter expert, my cousin Will Adams. The league championship, known as MLS Cup, will be played this Saturday in Toronto. It’s a rematch

Thursday Night Football Breakdown – Saints @ Falcons

Week 14 starts tomorrow which means the beginning of fantasy football playoffs for some and the beginning of a push for the reality playoffs for others. This week’s Thursday night offering is a divisional showdown featuring one of the truly underrated rivalries in the NFL.

SportsIntel Picks Scoreboard

Back in Week 4 of the NFL season we started doing weekly game picks and then revisiting those selections on the following Tuesday to see how we did. Through some quirks, we haven’t all picked the same number of games, but as you’ll see below

NFL Week Thirteen After Action Report (AAR)

Week 13 brought us some “show me” match ups and taught us a lot about several contending teams. There were a bunch of suspensions for violent hits, a fired head coach, and a scary injury on national TV. Get well soon, Ryan Shazier! Let’s see

NFL Week 13 Recap: 5 Things I Think

1- The AFC West has become a race to the bottom, but somebody has to win It feels like we’ve mostly been paying attention to the NFC playoff race over the past few weeks, probably because it features more and better teams. While we were

Brad’s Top 10 College Bowls of 2017

Well the College Football Playoff Committee announced their decisions today and, as far as I can tell, it didn’t bring civilization to an end. There will be some hand wringing about it in Columbus, Ohio for the foreseeable future, but that Iowa loss was just

The Dirty Business of College Football Head Coaching

First of all I want to wish everyone a Happy Conference Championship Saturday! We have a great slate of games today and I will keep this short because I don’t want to detract from the terrific on field action. However a lot of the biggest