Author: Cody Stewart

May 23, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

As speculated late last week, NASCAR has confirmed a few changes to the 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series schedule.   Indianapolis Motor Speedway will replace Richmond International Raceway as the regular season finale. Since its debut to the NASCAR circuit in the late 90s, the Indy 400 has been held mid-Summer.   Announced earlier this…

May 19, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

With reports swirling about the changes NASCAR will make to its 2018 schedule, it brought up a great question. What can be done in order for the Playoffs to be more exciting? The system that is in place is great. 16 drivers make the playoffs. A format consisted of four rounds, eliminates four drivers in…

May 19, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

NASCAR and their business affiliates seem to be working on a completely new racing schedule in 2018 for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.   According to sources, NASCAR is looking to finalize a change to the 2018 schedule sometime in the near future. These changes would add new tracks to the 10 race playoff…

May 3, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

The 2017 NFL Draft is in the rear view mirror as many teams were able to better themselves for the future. One team that was able to nail the draft not only on needs, but talent as well, was the Washington Redskins. Let’s take a look at how their draft class grades out. Jonathan Allen,…

April 25, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

In a press release earlier today, Rick Hendrick, owner of Hedrick Motorsports, announced that Dale Earnhardt Jr will retire after the 2017 NASCAR season is over. The news doesn’t come as a surprise. Dale Jr, an 18 year veteran in NASCARs top series, has been battling concussions over the span of five years. While at…

March 25, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

The talk heading into the sweet sixteen showdown between Kentucky and UCLA was the second bout between Lonzo Ball and Malik Monk. Both players seem to be locked in as top three picks in the NBA Draft this summer. Nobody told that to De’Aaron Fox. The freshman scored 39 points and led the Wildcats to…

March 21, 2017 Cody Stewart No comments exist

A day after VCU lost Head Coach Will Wade to LSU, the Rams hired a familiar face, Mike Rhoades. For the past three years, Rhoades has been the Head Coach for Rice University. 2016 was his best year at the helm for the Owls as he posted a 23-11 record and College Basketball Invitational berth….