Category: CY Sports

  • Ten Sub .500 2016 College Football Teams: We Take a Look at their 2017 Prospects

    With a new college football season approaching on the horizon, it brings a chance for schools with losing seasons to have newfound success. In our latest college football preview segment, we analyze 10 teams who all had records below 500 in 2016. Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek tells us what these 2016 underdogs can expect in the upcoming season. We discuss the following teams: Rutgers, Virginia, Iowa State, Kansas, Illinois, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Arizona, Missouri, Ole Miss

  • NCAA Football 2017: A Quick Look at Some Prominent Programs and their Non-Conference Games

    Nationwide, spring college football games are commencing. It is the first chance for fans to get a glimpse of their favorite team, for the coming season. We're just about five months away from the start of 2017 NCAA Football. However, we at CYInterview will continue to bring you segments covering division 1 teams. In our latest coverage, we look at the non-conference schedules of six teams who have prominent fan bases, as well as part of a big name independent team's schedule. We discuss Notre Dame, Nebraska, Baylor, Michigan State, Kentucky, Boise State and Georgia Tech. Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek tells us what to look for from these teams.

  • Mastery of the Unconsidered: Golfers Who Have a Shot at The Masters Who You May Not Have Considered

    We are less than two days to the start of The Masters. Some of the most prominent golfers being talked about to win the tournament this weekend include Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Rory Mcllroy. However, some less focused on golfers are worth our consideration. Here to give us some insight on this cadre of lesser known greens competitors is our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. He tells us why Adam Hadwin, Brendan Steele and Louis Oosthuizen all have a chance to win The Masters this weekend.

  • College Football 2017: Select Teams Non Conference Schedules Ranked Easiest to Hardest

    With college football teams across the country playing their annual spring games, giving fans a glimpse of the upcoming season, which teams have arguably the hardest non conference schedule? To answer that question, we welcome back to CYInterview our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. Ranking them from easiest to hardest, we review the following 12 teams: Wisconsin, Miami, Penn State, USC, Auburn, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama, Michigan, Florida and Florida State.

  • Guardian of Bodybuilding’s Golden Age, Pro Wrestling School Owner/Teacher/Wrestler Ric Drasin Comments on Goldberg Getting Into Ring for Wrestlemania 33 after Decade Plus Layoff, More

    With WrestleMania 33 tomorrow, one of the card’s headliners, Bill Goldberg, spoke recently about the challenges of coming back to professional wrestling after a 12 year layoff. Goldberg will be taking on Brock Lesnar, at the event, for the WWE Universal Championship. To comment on the impact of getting back into a professional wrestling ring after more than a decade absence, we welcome back pro wrestling school owner/teacher/wrestler Ric Drasin for some analysis. Beyond professional wrestling, the host of the popular YouTube show Ric’s Corner is also a bodybuilding legend, actor, author and artist among other talents. In this segment, which featured columnist Jay Bildstein takes part in, Ric also gets into his recovery from knee replacement surgery, as well as sharing an interesting story involving his good luck.

  • The Final 4 is On: Get Some Insight Here

    We are a few days away from the Final 4 of the NCAA Tournament. It will take place in Arizona. By Monday evening April 3, we will know who has won this years National College Basketball Championship. The remaining teams in the field are Gonzaga, Oregon, North Carolina and South Carolina. For some analysis on who is going to win the National Championship, we welcome back the Editor in Chief of CYInterview and sports commentator Chris Yandek. You may recall he predicted all three games correctly in this year's College Football Playoff [see here].

  • A Quick Look at Week 3 of the 2017 College Football Season: Six Games to Interest You

    We may be in the middle of March Madness and on our way to the Final 4, but across the country college football teams are partaking in their annual spring football game. We are getting close to the regular season being five months away. In recent weeks, we have provided analysis on the biggest games of week 1 [see here] and week 2 [see here] of the college football season. Here to provide analysis on the biggest games of week 3 of the upcoming NCAA football season, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. We discuss the following games: Florida vs. Tennessee, Oklahoma State vs. Pittsburgh, Texas vs. USC, Ole Miss vs. California, Miami vs. Florida State and Louisville vs. Clemson.

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    Professional Wrestler Sam Houston Discusses Pro Wrestling Ribs and More: Makes an Interesting Claim about WrestleMania 4

    In the Fall of 2016, professional wrestling legend Michael Sam Houston joined us here on CYInterview for an in-depth discussion about his life and the adversities he has overcome [see here]. With less than two weeks until WrestleMania 41, we welcome him back for an update on his life today, as well as to chew the fat about the past. During our conversation, Sam, who participated in WrestleMania 4, shared some interesting stories about the event. He says one of the wrestlers pulled a rib – the wrestling term for pulling a prank – by putting sleeping pills in the coffee available to wrestlers backstage during that show, so the wrestlers would be tired instead of energetic. Additionally, he claims that singer Hank Williams Jr. took a liking to his mother at a bar where they met, by chance, after WrestleMania 4.

  • The Madness that is March for College Football? We Take a Look at College Football 2017 Week 2

    Right now, many people are caught up in the madness that is March. However, we are less than six months away from the start of the 2017 College Football season. Recently we brought you a segment previewing the week 1 games of the 2017 College Football season [see here]. In this segment, our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek previews some of the biggest games that will occur during week 2 of the upcoming NCAA football season. We discuss: Pittsburgh vs. Penn State, Nebraska vs. Oregon, TCU vs. Arkansas, Stanford vs. USC, Auburn vs. Clemson, Georgia vs. Notre Dame and Oklahoma vs. Ohio State.

  • Five Under the Radar Teams Worth Considering in the NCAA Tournament

    With only hours to the start of the NCAA Tournament, many may be focused on the top seeds which we analyzed yesterday [see here]. However, there are some schools from each of the four tournament regions that have a shot at getting to a Final 4 and even winning the National Championship that people are not focusing on. We welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for some analysis on what teams he thinks are under the radar. Those surprise teams in the NCAA Tournament we take a look at are Notre Dame, Florida, Iowa State, Purdue and UCLA. Chris believes all these teams have a legitimate chance at going deep in the tournament.