2011 Wolf Lair Review; Thanks!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3,700 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

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2011 MLB Predictions Rewind

Early in the baseball season Corky and I made our predictions for the year.  We chose MVPs, Cy Youngs, ROTYs and playoff results.  Obviously, this is tough to do and rarely everything comes out as predicted, which is why baseball is so great.  Nothing ever happens how it should.  Lets take a gander back at our predictions and report the actual results.  In this article we will show our picks, their stats for the season, their votes in each award, the actual winners and their stats.

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Corky’s 100 Favorite Sports Movies

This is a list of my 100 personal favorite sports movies of all time.  I am simply ranking these movies based on the entertainment value they have in my eyes.  This includes how good the story line is, acting quality, the sports accuracy, humor, and re-watch-ability.  My list basically comes down to how much the movie entertained me, and if I will be able to watch it multiple times.
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Why Halloween is Cool!

Let’s face it, Halloween is a pretty sweet holiday.  If you don’t like Halloween for some odd reason, I’m going to try and make you to like it!  There are so many cool things about it and I’m going to lay them out for you right here in this very article.
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“The U” – Remembering the 2001 Miami Hurricanes Football Team

With all of the bad press the University of Miami (my personal favorite college football team) is seeing these days, I thought I might recollect one of the better times in their history.  I want everyone to remember, and maybe learn about for the first time, the 2001 Miami Hurricanes football season.  They went 12-0 in 2001 and won the National Championship over Nebraska (with Heisman winner Eric Crouch at QB) in the Rose Bowl.
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