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Robert Griffin III: Move To QB Cousins Signals Redskins End

In golf, when you play with your buddies you are usually allowed a mulligan, you know, a do-over. Sadly in real life, mulligans do not exist. A fact that is fast becoming clear in our nation’s capital, where Robert Griffin III has apparently worn out his welcome. The player that the Redskins mortgaged their future for in a Ricky Williams-like draft day trade with the Rams in 2012 NFL Draft,
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Sarah Palin: ESPN Comments, A Sad Excuse Of Trying to Remain Relevant

Editor’s Note: This column may contain content language that may be deemed offensive or inappropriate. The views express in this column do not reflect the views of INSCMagazine, The Inscriber: Digital Magazine or it’s staff. When John McCain picked his running mate (or more than likely had his running mate picked for him) in the 2008 election, the choice of Sarah Palin came as a shock. One so big that
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NFL: No Gold For These 49ers

Dennis Erickson, Mike Nolan and Mike Singletary almost destroyed what was once the shining franchise in the NFL. Then a man who coached Stanford back to respectability named Jim Harbaugh came along, and once again the 49ers were a team to be reckoned with. But 2014 was a tumultuous year for both Harbaugh and the Niners. His message was no longer getting through, and it the players and their head
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Opinion: Thanks To Ashley Madison Hack, The Religious Right’s Hypocrisy Finally Exposed

There is schadenfreude, and then there is schadenfreude, thanks to the recent Ashley Madison data breach that exposed the names of high-profile names of the Religious Right such as “family values” activist and reality TV star, Joshua Duggar. Schadenfreude which is the German word that translates as “happiness at the misfortune of others” is the word that can best describe the amount of collective happiness and joy that many who
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NFL: Will The (Los Angeles) Rams Come Back Home Again?

For close to half a century, the Rams were Southern California’s pro football team. Whether in Los Angeles or Anaheim, this was the team that belonged to the region. But then (and yes nothing was ever proven, but I know I am right) Georgia Frontiere murdered her husband Carroll Rosenbloom and took controlling interest in the team. What happened next was constant mismanagement of players, poor draft picks and even
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Opinion: Did MLB Get It Right With Instant Replay?

Instant replay needs to be changed and changed in a hurry. After the launch of the system for the 2014 major league season, there was a lot of positive buzz around the league as well as with the fans. Turn forward to August of 2015 and the expectations have hit rock bottom. Instant replay in baseball has been a letdown, disappointment, whatever you want to call it. It’s NOT WORKING!
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Sports: Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell, The NFL’s Biggest New Rivalry

We all know the Ravens and Steelers hate each other to the core. So to do the Cowboys and Redskins, Cowboys and Eagles, Cowboys and Giants, the Cowboys and, you get the point. But all of those rivalries may have to take a step back to the NFL’s newest, biggest and baddest rivalry on the block. When these two face off, it could change the face of the NFL for
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Opinion: Browns QB Johnny Manziel Turning The Corner

Before I begin this column, let me preface this blog with a disclaimer in stating that this was just in a pre-season scrimmage with a bunch of second and third-stringers. That being said, despite putting on an impressive display of arm strength, accuracy and pocket awareness, it seems that the once-troubled and often maligned former Heisman Trophy winner in Johnny Manziel finally seems to get it. What I mean by
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Sports: The Rise and Fall Of ESPN’s Modern-Day Roman Empire

On September 7th 1979, a show called Sportscenter hit the air for the first time and a cable channel called ESPN was on the air. From that day forward, sports would never be the same again. ESPN has changed the face of sports, some say for the better, others not so much. Much like the Romans before them, the Worldwide Leader in Sports built an empire. Again, much like the