Justin

www.freerice.com------Check this out: http://www.centsports.com/?opcode=159833----Hey, my name's Justin and I'm a huge sports fan living in St. Louis. I'm outspoken and willing to TD about almost anything. I'm a competetive swimmer and it takes up a lot of my life outside of school, friends, and of course, right here. My favorite teams are: St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, St. Louis Blues, Saint Louis University Billikens, Philadelphia Eagles (there's a story behind this...), and last but definitely not least, the Missouri Tigers (Chase Daniel--->Jeremy Maclin=TD PASS!). Anything else you wanna know? Hit FanMail.

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  • 12:37 PM ET  06.06
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My life practically revolves around sports over the summer. I swim every morning from 6:30-8:45 AM. This was the first NHL Finals I actually watched in a long time. The NBA Finals got off to a great start last night. Of course, it's the dog days of summer for baseball players as the daily grind continues. My Cardinals are leading the wild card race in the NL as we try to pursue the Cubs (who finally lost Wednesday, at last!) for first in the Central Division. Let's get right to the blog... 1. Hockeytown, USAThe Detroit Red Wings claimed their 4th Stanley cup since 1997 and their first…
  • 12:56 PM ET  06.04
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Last year's Heisman race was dominated by Florida standout sophomore Tim Tebow, who shattered records for overall TDs and yards for QBs. Two of last year's Heisman finalists are returning for seasons this year (Tim Tebow, QB, Florida; Chase Daniel, QB, Missouri), while the rest of the class is very strong too.In this blog, I preview the top 5 Heisman candidates for 2008, along with players to watch for and some sleeper players. For each player in the top 5, there's a link on their name for a video of their season highlights. They're all pretty nice, and showcase the player…
  • 11:14 AM ET  06.04
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Getting to Washington Nationals' starter Odalis Perez was no problem last night for the Cardinals. What needed some good luck was the weather. After nearly a 2 hour rain delay, the Cardinals returned to the field for a 6-1 win over the Nationals Tuesday night.Brian Barton lead off the game for the Cards by getting hit by a pitch by Perez. After a groundout, Pujols reaached on a grounder. Ryan Ludwick doubled in Barton to score the first run. After Troy Glaus got out, it set the stage for Cardinal catcher Yadier Molina. Molina has long been known for his defensive prowness, but (OK, I'm…

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