The UFC continues to keep the spark plug of their popularity relevant tweaking The Ultimate Fighter into what it was in the 24th season as a tournament of champions determined a challenger.
The NFL continues to debate over the best players at every position and the cornerback continues to be a big debate especially after Week 12.
The end of the regular season meant rivalry week and one game seemed to be more important than the rest despite the strange situation that they are in as the season moves on to championship week.
It was one of the most lopsided match-ups in the history of the CFL but that analysis only gave Ottawa more motivation to take home a Grey Cup in their third season as a franchise and bringing a title back to Ottawa for the first time in 40 years.
The best game plans can make a massive difference in the biggest promotion in the world but when those game plans aren’t followed properly anything can happen like it did in Melbourne at UFC Fight Night 101.
The two biggest programs in university sports faced off trying to get back to the top as the dominant part of the sport took over for another year with a familiar team standing at the top of the heap.
The NHL took steps to avoid the embarrassment suffered in last year;s all-star voting but it might not be enough as the John Scott rule isn’t the end of these type of voting systems.
Underdog stories are always a favourite in sports and the 104th Grey Cup has one of the biggest but will it end the way that logic tells us it will or will it end with the underdog coming out on top?
It might not involved a surprise team but the 52nd Vanier Cup will be a grudge match with the Dinos having something to prove in a match-up of the two most dominant programs of the last decade.
The UFC travels back to Australia looking to see the return of one of the brightest prospects from the country who tries to get his top prospect status back with a main event from Melbourne.