Monthly Archives: April 2014
In today’s podcast, the panel discussed their thoughts regarding the Donald Sterling situation. And discuss the next chapter in the scandal. We also discussed the action on the court regarding the Indiana Pacers situation being down 3-2 and talked about the other match ups that were making for a solid 1st round. Also we briefly discussed the wrap ups of some NHL 1st round series and looked ahead to the conference semi-finals with our NHL go to guy Mike Fites. All this and more, plus our sampler platter featuring Steve Gleason and Bryce Harper. Continue reading
Donald Sterling allegedly made some racist remarks. Is it news? Can they act? What are the legal issues? Click here to see what The Phat Man thinks, as he is joined by legal expert, Jacob Miller. To listen to the … Continue reading
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In today’s podcast, Matt and Aaron discussed the start of the NBA playoffs and some of the more interesting story lines developing. Then Dave joined us in studio as well as NHL expert, and friend to the program, Mike Fites … Continue reading
Here is an FSU students rebuttal to the previous post in which a UF student made a YouTube video making fun of FSU. What makes it so much worse than the UF video? I’m gonna say… all of it! FSU … Continue reading
It seems like when your football team goes 4-8 with a loss to FCS school Georgia Southern, and your most hated intrastate rival wins the national title, you try any way you can to stay relevant. Well, in the opinion … Continue reading
In today’s podcast, Matt and Aaron looked at the NBA playoff picture and discussed the Nets “decision” to fall to the 6th seed. Also, we talked about Albert Pujols’ quest for 500 homeruns and why the MLB isn’t celebrating it … Continue reading
April 8th Podcast In today’s podcast, Matt and Ice put a close to the NCAA basketball season. We discussed shortening the MLB season and tried To spend use espia mujeres descargar gratis of to again. I use what is the … Continue reading
In anticipation of UFC 172: Jones vs. Teixeira, the Sport Buffet recruited MMA blogger Shaun Stephens of Sports Talk Feed to give us his top 5 UFC fighters of all time. Enjoy!
Breaking down the top five of anything is always a daunting task. Having to narrow them down to put the best of the best in a category against each other does not help. I am going to give you my top five UFC fighters ever and the reason behind my decision.
Mixed Martial Arts is a great sport and the UFC is the best promotion for this sport. The weight classes run from 115 (flyweight to 225-285 (heavyweight). Each weight class is completely unique in its own way. For instance; heavyweights are TKO’d or KO’d 49% of the time where as featherweights go to the decision 57% of the time (Fightmatrix.com)
With there being so many great fighters, I had to use a criteria to break down who was the best of the best.