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Nov 5, 2012

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 9 [GIFS, Videos]

Since we are halfway through the 2012 NFL season, I think we should all just take a breath and remember...

Oct 29, 2012

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 8 [GIFs and Videos]

The final weekend of the National Football League in October had plenty of memorable moments to cover here on NFL...

Oct 22, 2012

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 7 [GIFS + VIDEOS]

There were more than a few games that came down to the wire in Week 7 but when it was...

Oct 15, 2012

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 6 [GIFS, Pics, Videos]

As we near the middle point of the NFL season, Week Six provided us with plenty of moments that left you either scratching your head or throwing your hands up in the air. It's a safe bet that a few years ago, no one would have predicted that rookie QB's would be performing at the level they're at. Join us as we take a look at all the highlights worth talking about with your friends.

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Oct 8, 2012

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 5 [GIFS, PICS, VIDEOS]

So Week 5 was probably my favorite week of football so far. No, it had nothing to do with Reggie...

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 4 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS, GIFs]

While Week Three was dominated by talk of replacement referees, we’ve got a feeling that the Jets are going to...

Oct 1, 2012

2012 NFL Upon Further Review: Week 3 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS, GIFs]

In this week of “NFL Upon Further Review”, The Titans pull off another Music City Miracle, Kevin Ogletree slips on...

Sep 24, 2012

2012 NFL Upon Further Review: Week 2 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS]

To describe week two of the 2012 NFL Season, the age-old saying, “Expect the Unexpected” was a good-sticking point. We...

Sep 17, 2012

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Aug 28, 2012

5 Reasons Why The LA Dodgers Will Win The World Series

The last two months must have felt like a whirlwind for Los Angeles Dodgers fans who went from possibly not...

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Jul 16, 2012

The Top 5 Storylines For The Second Half Of The 2012 MLB Season

After fans and players celebrated the best of baseball in Kansas City, we now head to the second half of...

Jul 10, 2012

10 Great Players That Never Played The MLB All-Star Game

There have been many great players to take the baseball diamond over the years. Many of them have gotten the...

Jun 28, 2012

5 Better Ways NBA Teams Should Draft Their Picks

The 2012 NBA Draft is today and many elite college basketball players will make that jump to the professional ranks....

Jun 21, 2012

5 Reasons Why The Oklahoma City Thunder Will Win The 2012 NBA Finals

As the Oklahoma City Thunder appear to be on death’s doorstep as the squad is one loss away from losing...

Jun 10, 2012

Five NFL Teams That Should Have Been On Hard Knocks

One of the most popular sports miniseries is the HBO series Hard Knocks which follows an NFL team through training...

May 24, 2012

5 Books That Lebron James Needs To Read Besides “The Hunger Games”

Before the start of Game Four of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Pacers, Miami Heat star Lebron James was...

May 1, 2012

The Top 5 Ways To Get Your Girlfriend To Watch The NHL Playoffs

The NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing, so your girlfriend might have been wondering what all your hootin’...

Apr 30, 2012

5 Lesser-Known NBA Players You Should Know About ASAP

After a lockout-shortened season, playoff basketball is finally here as sixteen NBA teams compete for the Larry O’Brien trophy. Most...

Apr 17, 2012

The Top Six Reasons Why Yu Darvish Will Succeed In MLB

After months of waiting, Texas Rangers fans got their first sight of Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish in a victory over...

Apr 11, 2012

The Top Five Other Suspension Ideas For The New Orleans Saints “Bountygate” Fiasco

One of the more intriguing stories of the NFL offseason are the punishments being doled out by the league over...

Apr 4, 2012

The Top Five MLB Storylines For The 2012 Season

Although the MLB season already started in Japan, opening day in America is only a few short hours away. In...

Mar 31, 2012

The Top 5 Reasons Why Kentucky Will Not Win The NCAA Basketball Championship

As the NCAA men’s basketball tournament shifts to New Orleans for the Final Four, the odds on favorite to win...

Mar 28, 2012

5 Places You Won’t See Tim Tebow In New York

Earlier in the week, the newest member of the New York Jets got a chance to talk to the media...

Mar 23, 2012

The Top 5 Things To Do With Busted NCAA Tournament Brackets

If it doesn’t happen tonight, it’s probably already happened… Every year, you attempt to pick the perfect bracket for the...

Mar 22, 2012

The Top Ten Largest Single-Game Comebacks In Sports History

One of the best things about sports is that you play to win the game and there is nothing better...

Mar 21, 2012

The Top Five Reasons Why Kendall Marshall’s Injury Won’t Hurt UNC

One of the favorites to win this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament was the University of North Carolina, which laid...

Mar 15, 2012

8 Best Excuses To Watch The NCAA Tournament

As the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is set to begin; everyone and their cousin will be coming up with creative...

Mar 14, 2012

Five Rules To Live And Die By During March Madness

More so than any other major sporting event, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is an event that needs to be...

Mar 8, 2012

The Top 5 Reasons Why Scouts/General Managers Missed On Jeremy Lin

In about a month, New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin went from riding the bench in anonymity to become the...

Mar 1, 2012

Top 10 Storylines For The Second Half Of The NBA Regular Season

As All Star Weekend signals the end of the season’s first half, the second half of the season promises to...

Feb 27, 2012

The 8 Most Underrated Dunks In NBA All-Star Dunk Contest History [VIDEOS]

The marquee moment of NBA All Star Weekend is the Slam Dunk Contest. Over the years, legends such as Julius...

Feb 24, 2012

8 Technological Innovations That Changed Sports Forever

The one thing I love about sports is the landscape’s always changing, no year is similar to the last one....

Feb 17, 2012

Top 10 NBA All-Star Snubs [POLL]

Last week, twenty-four NBA players were chosen to represent the league in the 2012 NBA All Star game in Orlando,...

Feb 16, 2012

8 Reasons Why The NHL Deserves A Fighting Chance

As the NFL season has officially ended, some football fans might be looking for another sport to sink their teeth...

Feb 6, 2012

Tom Brady Plays It Safety, Super Mario’s Catch, Giants De-throne Pats… Again [NFL Upon Further Review]

In this special edition of Coed Magazine’s NFL Upon Further Review for Super Bowl XLVI: Kelly Clarkson doesn’t screw up,...

Feb 2, 2012

Top 5 Reasons Why The Giants Will Win Super Bowl XLVI

For all you New York Football Giants fans out there, the team is only one step away from claiming their...

Jan 26, 2012

The 10 Best NFL Teams of All-Time To Not Win The Super Bowl

With the Giants and Pats facing off in a Super Bowl rematch, we can’t forget the significance of the first...

Jan 23, 2012

Cundiff’s Not Clutch, Your Hot Grandma’s Anthem, The REAL LT Doesn’t Miss [Championship Weekend]

In this Conference Championship edition of NFL Upon Further Review: Steven Tyler’s national anthem was interesting, Billy Cundiff’s “Wide Left”...

Jan 22, 2012

What If… Tom Brady Were Drafted By The San Diego Chargers?

It’s not often that NFL fans remember a sixth round draft pick, but that’s what Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ended...

Jan 16, 2012

Nicks Is Nice, The Catch III, And Gronk Can Juggle [NFL Playoffs Divisional Round]

In this divisional conference edition of Coed Magazine’s NFL Upon Further Review, we have Donte Whitner knocking someone out, Tony...

Jan 10, 2012

Top 10 Signs You’re Watching Too Much Football

There are few things that unite us like the most popular sport in North America. Almost everyone has a rooting...

Jan 9, 2012

Tebow Time in Overtime, JJ Watt’s Pick Six, Nicks Does the Dirty Bird [NFL Wild Card Weekend]

In this edition of NFL Upon Further Review for the NFL Wild Card Weekend: JJ Watt’s great hands gets him...

Jan 7, 2012

The 15 Most Bizarre Moments In NBA History [VIDEOS]

Throughout the history of the National Basketball Association, there have been moments that are etched in the minds of fans from Magic’s baby hook, Larry Bird’s steal against the Pistons, and Michael Jordan’s game winner against the Utah Jazz. These 15 moments aren’t exactly from that class, they're the ones  deemed strange and/or bizarre. We've listed plays that include Shaquille O’Neal, Derek Harper, the 1999 Chicago Bulls and a guy by name of Dennis Rodman.

Jan 2, 2012

Jared Allen Sacks Record, Ryans Have No Cruz Control, Akers Is a Faker [NFL WEEK 17]

In this final regular season edition of NFL Upon Further Review, a Texan makes a tackle without his helmet, Chris Kuper’s ankle bends in a way not normally possible, Green Bay’s Pat Lee records a safety on a kick return, more NFL players flopping, Jared Allen breaks the Vikings sack record, Victor Cruz burns another Ryan brother, David Akers fake FG frustrates the Rams, Jimmy Graham's one handed catch is eye-catching, Oakland fans drop a F-bombs on Chargers, and an NFL Cheerleader shakes it in slow motion. Check out all the highlights along with our preview of Wild Card Weekend after the jump.

Dec 26, 2011

Simpson’s Flip, Victory Cruz, Cam Being Cam [NFL Week 16]

In our week 16 edition of NFL Upon Further Review, Jerome Simpson gets a ten from the judges for his TD flip, Victor Cruz sails past the Jets for a 99 yard score, Pats owner Robert Kraft is denied a high-five, Cam Newton being Cam Newton, a terrible helmet-to-helmet call last Thursday night, and Tom Coughlin gets D.J.'d. Check out the full slate of highlights along with our preview of tonight's game between the Falcons and Saints after Jerome's jump.

Dec 24, 2011

The 8 Strangest Moments In Oakland Raiders History

There is no team in National Football League history that has more bizarre moments happen to them than the Oakland Raiders. During Al Davis ownership of the team, the Raiders were the most-feared and the most-laughed at franchise in the league. There have been countless moments in Raiders history that have had people scratching their heads and some swearing that the NFL was against them. Read what they might be after the jump!

Dec 19, 2011

Knox Gets Bent, Brady Gets Jacked, Carolina’s Fumblerooski Finds the End Zone [NFL Week 15]

In this week’s edition of NFL Upon Further Review, Michael Turner stiff-arms a teammate, Johnny Knox gets bent, Carolina goes back to college, Lance Moore is happy to score, Harvey Dahl's dirty mouth is caught on tape, and Tom Brady gets jacked up. We also take a look at tonight's sure to be instant classic as the Steelers make the trip to San Francisco to take on the feisty 49ers. Check out the highlights along with our MNF preview after the jump.

Dec 17, 2011

Top 5 Reasons For College Football Super-Mega Conferences

As we start the beginning of the college football bowl season, the movement of college football teams to different conferences last has become one of the hot topics around the sport. Many college football analysts have predicted that we might end up having four or five super-mega conferences instead of the current number of eleven. As many are on the fence about this subject, here are the top five reasons why Super-Mega College Conferences would be a good thing for college football.

Dec 12, 2011

JPP 4 MVP, Brady Bitched Out, God’s QB Gets The W [NFL Week 14]

In this week’s edition of NFL Upon Further Review, the Browns and Steelers destroy each other’s quarterbacks, God's quarterback keeps delivering miracles, Ryan Succop’s sucky onside kick, Rob Gronkowski's record-setting weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Yates need better seats, Tom Brady had a shouting match with his offensive coordinator, Thomas DeCloud needs celebration dance lessons, and Jason Pierre-Paul's block saves the Giants' season. Check out the highlights after the jump.

Dec 9, 2011

Top 10 Surprises of the 2011 NFL Season So Far [POLL]

The only certainty during an NFL season is there'll be a ton of surprises. There are people who claim to be experts on the NFL and many pour over statistics/analysis to determine which teams will make an impact in the upcoming season. However, the NFL is as unpredictable as a crazy ex-girlfriend. So, with the regular season coming to a close and end-of-the-year-lists becoming trendier than Tebowing, we've compiled our top 10 list of biggest surprises so far. Check 'em out then vote in our poll after the jump.

Dec 5, 2011

Lynch Tastes the Beast Mode, Peppers is The One Armed Man, Woodson’s Dap [NFL Week 13]

In this week’s edition of NFL Upon Further Review, Marshawn Lynch dials up Beast Mode again, Julius Peppers takes down a Chief with one arm, the tip drill goes horribly wrong for the Bears on a hail mary, a Packer linebacker flops, Kyle Rudolph juggles in a touchdown reception, a one-handed Hakeem Nicks catch was so good that Charles Woodson appreciated it, and Aldon Smith does the Barry Sanders celebration after his sack in the 49ers-Rams game. Check out the full highlights then read our preview of tonight's game between the Chargers and Jags after the jump.

Nov 29, 2011

Top 10 Men’s College Basketball Players To Watch This Season [VIDEOS, POLL]

Thanks to the only recently squashed NBA lockout, a lot of basketball heads have turned to the college level for their fix on hoops. Time and time again, you've probably heard people exclaiming that college ball is better than watching the pros. Perhaps now you'll understand why. Even though the NBA lockout is over, you might still have the collegiate fever. If you're just unsure of which players to watch or follow, let COED help you out. We're about to show you the country's best as we count down the top 10 elite men’s college basketball players to watch this season. Check out who made the cut after the jumpshot.

Nov 28, 2011

Stevie’s Plaxico Impression, Witten Takes Down A Cheerleader, Novak’s Pissed [NFL WEEK 12]

In this week’s edition of NFL Upon Further Review, Stevie Johnson shoots himself in the leg for a celebration, Ndamukong Suh's a big fan of Stomp, the Cowboys hate sweeties that tweet, the Titans reverse a kickoff return, punt returns were in supply for the Rams & Cards, Nick Novak relieves himself on the sidelines, and Jerome Simpson performs a flop that would make soccer players proud. Check out the week's top highlights (and lowlights) then read our preview of tonight's MNF contest between the Giants and Saints after the jump.

Nov 21, 2011

B.J. Does The Fridge, Jabar’s Fan Slap, Mo-Jo’s Lebron Impression [NFL Week 11]

In this week’s NFL Upon Further Review, the Lions get points for their celebrations, D-lineman BJ Raji found the end-zone on a carry against Tampa, Jabar Gaffney slapped a fan in the face, the 'Skins play-calling got interesting, Torrey Smith got tackled by his dreads, and Maurice Jones-Drew aka "Mo-Jo" made Cleveland hate Lebron James all over again. Click the link to see highlights and our preview of tonight's game between the Chiefs and Patriots.

Nov 18, 2011

10 Types of People In Your Fantasy Football League

What once was restricted to a select few college dorms and hedge fund offices has spread like wildfire: Fantasy Football isn't just a hobby played for fun anymore, it's a part-time job. Admit it, you've probably already checked your team at least two or three times this week, am I right? Did you already scour the waiver wire, propose 8 different trades and set your lineup for next week? This billion dollar empire has driven us bananapants and devoured our beer money for years. In every fantasy football league, there are at least 10 different types of people that help or hinder your chance at championship glory (and keg investments). Check out the roster after the jump.

Nov 14, 2011

Circus Catch Surplus, David Nelson’s GF Gift, Tebow Being Tebow [NFL WEEK 10]

In this week’s version of NFL Upon Further Review, we have enough circus catches to put Barnum and Bailey to shame, Tim Tebow looks ugly in another W, we learn to never ever kick the ball to Devin Hester under any situation, the Lions and Bears get a little feisty after an interception and Bills wideout David Nelson celebrates a TD with his gf. Check out the full recap along with a preview of tonight's game after the jump.

Nov 13, 2011

The Top 5 Reasons Why People Hate Tim Tebow

For the legion of Tim Tebow maniacs/supporters out there, this is probably not the post for you. In this trip into Tim Tebow haterdom, we will take an honest look into the top five reasons why people would possibly hate Denver Broncos quarterback and all-world human being, Tim Tebow. Some of the reasons might be obvious, some might be petty, and some might challenge the basis of reality. So, sit back and relax and enjoy the top five reasons why people hate Tim Tebow.

Nov 7, 2011

Sanchize Is Flinchez, McCluster’s Got Ups, Peterson’s Stunning Punt Return [NFL WEEK 9]

In this week's NFL Upon Further Review, Atlanta’s Julio Jones had a big weekend, Mark Sanchez’s blocking leaves something to be desired, Rex Ryan can jump, Dexter McCluster can leap Miami Dolphins in a single bound, and Patrick Peterson sends St. Louis home in shocking fashion in overtime. Check out the best highlights and lowlights from week 9 of NFL action after the jump.

Nov 1, 2011

What If….The 1994 MLB Strike Didn’t Bench The Montreal Expos?

The 1994 Montreal Expos are one of the greatest “What If” questions for many baseball fans. The team with the best record in all of baseball was denied a playoff appearance due to the player’s strike, which cancelled the 1994 World Series. In this week's "What If" series, we’ll lay out the evidence and leave you to decide for yourself what might have been. Check out our hypothetical opinion and then leave your own feelings in the comment section after the jump.

Oct 31, 2011

Tebow Gets Tebowed, Kelce’s Numb Butt, Palomalu Packs a Punch [NFL WEEK 8]

As the NFL celebrated Halloween weekend, there were definitely some hair-raising moments. The “Birds” blew out the 'Boys, the Rams upset the Saints, Tim Tebow got "Tebowed", Percy Harvin wanted a little Captain off him, Mike Vick's hands aren't noticeable, and Troy Polamalu enjoys punch. Check out the best headlines and highlights from Sunday along with a preview of tonight's MNF game between the Chiefs and Chargers after the jump.

Oct 24, 2011

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 7 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS]

As we near All Hallow’s Eve, there were plenty of tricks and treats for week 7 of the 2011 NFL season. Cam Newton gave us another clip for his already impressive highlight reel, cursing was en vogue, a Packer got a kick to the cajones, and Tim Tebow led a quick come from behind victory in his first NFL start. Check out the best headlines and highlights from Sunday along with a preview of tonight's MNF game between the Ravens and Jags after the jump.

Oct 20, 2011

8 NBA Teams That Benefit Most From The Lockout

Now that the NBA's Nazi Commissioner David Stern has officially cancelled the first two weeks of the NBA season, all we can do now is pray that a season actually starts. The L and the players did just have 16 hour talks yesterday, so it's nice to know that they're at least making it seem like they give a f*ck. I'd be happy with a shorter season anyway because it's the playoffs that really matter. Even if the season doesn't happen, at least we have NBA 2k12 to fill the void. I'm sure that a few NBA teams are actually happy about the lockout - there are a bunch that actually benefit from a shorter regular season. Check out who those teams are after the jump.

Oct 17, 2011

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 6 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS]

If you needed a phrase to describe week 6 of the 2011 NFL season, that phrase would be, “Everything new is old again”. The Ravens won with defense, the Raiders won with speed, and sexy Rexy threw four picks. After Sunday night, 29 of the 30 NFL teams had at least one loss on their records. The only undefeated team? The Green Bay Packers. Like I said, “Everything new is old again.” Check out the top stories, pics, highlights, lowlights, and a preview of tonight's game between the Jets and Dolphins after the jump.

Oct 13, 2011

Five Best Ways To Spend Your Bench Time During The NBA Lockout

As the NBA lockout enters it’s third month, many NBA fans such as myself are coming to the realization that the whole season might be cancelled. In my opinion, the best post-season in any sport is the NBA Playoffs (I can hear the haters typing now). Without a real regular season, however, the playoffs won't mean as much. It also means that NBA fans won't have nearly as much to do during the cold, winter months. Don't worry though, I'm here for you. Below are five things you should be doing while your favorite athletes relax play competitively in Europe.

Oct 3, 2011

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 4 [PHOTOS, VIDEOS]

As week 4 of the NFL season comes to a close, we take a look at last night's turnover-heavy Jets-Ravens matchup, the Lions' and 49ers impressive comebacks against the Cowboys and Eagles, the controversial call which allowed the Giants to come back and snatch victory away from the Cards, the Vikings' tailspin, Tom Brady and Devin Hester's milestones, and a preview of Monday night's game between the Bucs and Colts. Check out all the insight and analysis after the jump.

Sep 26, 2011

NFL Upon Further Review: Week 3

Our new contributor Ben Oberlin recaps this past week's NFL games with highlights, headlines, factoids, and revelations in addition to providing analysis and predictions for Monday night's contest. This week, Ben's got some interesting insight into the Bills and Lions surprising starts, Torrey Smith's record-setting day, Kevin Walter's incredible catch, and what the Skins need to pull out a W against the Cowboys on MNF. Check out the first edition of our "Upon Further Review" after the jump.