Jeffrey Newholm
About Jeffrey Newholm
Hey there! I’m Jeff Newholm and depending on your point of view I’m blessed or cursed that my two favorite sports are outside the limelight. Being a UW-Whitewater grad (winter 2013) my first love was d3 college football, but over the last few years I have picked up a huge interest in woman’s basketball (Uconn being my favorite team as their 90 game winning streak helped show me how good a team can get in the woman’s game). I like all the sports everyone else likes (NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA basketball and football) but those two sports are where I really have a passion.
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Clippers Defy Daunting Odds

April 13, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Those who have played the original Super Mario Brothers know that, despite its simplicity, it’s a rather difficult game. Many feel accomplished to defeat Bowser and claim the castle. Once there, to be […]

2019 WNBA Draft Observations

April 11, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm One shining moment sounds like a bit of a downer. What, only one moment? Thankfully for the 12 very talented young women taken in the WNBA draft first round, there’s plenty more […]

Christian Yelich Propels Brew Crew

April 1, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm The 2018 Brewers were in a tough spot. GM David Stearns foolishly traded away Lewis Brinson, Isan Diaz, Monte Harrison and Jordan Yamamoto for an OK Marlins outfielder. Now, all four prospects […]

Women’s Regional Preview

March 27, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm The men’s tournament (this year excepted) usually is less exciting later. Thankfully, the women are the opposite, and this year doesn’t promise otherwise. The top eight teams are still dancing (perhaps more […]

NCAA Women’s Tournament Preview

March 18, 2019 1

By Jeffrey Newholm Leaving aside ESPN incompetence that led to the bracket leaking, there’s never been a more exciting time to watch the women’s tournament. A season full of drama has resulted in 64 teams […]

Basketball Reveal – Second Look At NCAAW

March 4, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm Monday night the NCAA released its second and final preview of the top 16 women basketball seeds. It’s clearly a more balanced improvement over the first but still promises regional excitement regardless […]

NCAA Reveal – Thoughts On Top Seeds

February 12, 2019 2

By Jeffrey Newholm Monday’s NCAA Reveal of the top 16 women’s basketball teams left many fans rather upset. Charlie Creme’s expert analysis details all of those complaints. But this article will focus just on what’s […]

Maya Moore Sits Out 2019

February 5, 2019 2

By Jeffrey Newholm With the Super Bowl rather dull, headlines before and after the Big Game focused on big NBA stories. But no sooner had Greg Zurlein’s kick sailed wide than Maya Moore, four time […]

WNBA Free Agency Update

January 28, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm With the WNBA collective bargaining agreement expiring after 2019, some opined the free agency period would be rather quiet this winter. However, two disgruntled stars suddenly provided drama very quickly. Six teams […]

Patriots-Rams Cycle Back To Rematch

January 23, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm What video game is a boy’s dream? Fortnight? No! Madden Football, of course! John Madden helps fulfill millions of fake Super Bowl dreams today and won as a coach in reality. So […]

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