Sports Glutton sits down with Sacramento Republic FC forward Harry Williams

May 19, 2016 Comments Off on Sports Glutton sits down with Sacramento Republic FC forward Harry Williams

Following last night’s Sacramento Republic FC 5-0 victory against the CD Aguiluchos USA — as part of the second round of the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup — Sports Glutton had a chance to spend a few minutes with 20 year-old Republic FC forward Harry Williams after the match to talk about soccer, his move […]

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Thirsty Thursday: Aspall Dry English Draft Cider

Oct 02, 2014 Comments Off on Thirsty Thursday: Aspall Dry English Draft Cider

  Football and beer is as American as it gets.  But if you asked the founding fathers, chances are they’d probably include cider in the mix of all American, top-choice, adult libations to enjoy.  In fact, up through the 1840s cider was the preferred drink of choice for the working class. Therefore, it shouldn’t be […]

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Thirsty Thursday “The Unusual” Wells Sticky Toffee Pudding Ale

Feb 13, 2014 2 Comments

Our month long review of “unusual” beers continues this Thursday with Wells Sticky Toffee Pudding Ale.  A new release from the United Kingdom’s largest private brewery the beer attempts to follow Wells’ tradition of dessert style beers like Banana Bread and Double Chocolate Stout.  Sadly though it fails to deliver an experience similar to the […]

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Top Dogs of Week 1

Sep 06, 2013 5 Comments

The NFL season is finally upon us, and we here at sports-glutton.com couldn’t be more ecstatic.  We are rolling out a new feature this week called Top Dog of the Week.  We’ll highlight a handful of matchups each week where we believe the underdog has an excellent chance to cover the spread (or even win […]

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The Olympic Games Inspire, Unite, and Bring Hope

Jul 20, 2012 11 Comments

Editor note: For readers looking for their weekly baseball fix, the Baseball Buzz: Quick Hits Around MLB will return to it’s normally scheduled slot next Friday, July 27. With only a week until the start of the 2012 Olympic Games, London is in the final stages of preparing to welcome the world for the first […]

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2012 NFL Draft: Round 1 Thoughts & Observations

Apr 27, 2012 9 Comments

Browns Move Up One Spot to Select Trent Richardson Before the draft even officially started on Thursday evening, the Cleveland Browns moved up one spot (from 4th to 3rd) swapping picks with the Minnesota Vikings.  The Browns had coveted Richardson all along during the draft process, however they felt it necessary to move up one […]

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Darren Clarke fulfills his destiny by winning the 140th Open Championship

Jul 18, 2011 2 Comments

By Sportsglutton There are moments while watching sports when you get the feeling that someone or a team is destine to win.  Often times it’s nothing more than a gut feeling with nothing tangible to justify the conclusion.  However, while watching the Darren Clarke during the final round of the 140th Open Championship at Royal […]

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