A few years back, the Washington Redskins weren’t the laughingstock of the Washington D.C. sports scene. It was the Washington Wizards.
Last night, an episode of Top Chef aired which featured Rob Gronkowski.
The San Francisco 49ers recently made the decision to release defensive lineman Ray McDonald due to “a pattern of poor behavior” and they even took the extra step of removing a 2012 profile of McDonald from their website.
Jonathan Paul Manziel, aka Johnny, and James Richard Clausen, aka Jimmy, will be two of the 32 NFL starting quarterbacks in Week 16 and one guy seems to think if they were named John and Jim that success would be more easily attainable.
Oh, Pop. A video posted by San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) on Dec 12, 2014 at 7:10pm PST It’s pretty well-documented that Gregg Popovich is the grumpy but often hilarious grandpa of NBA coaches, and last night he submitted another highlight to his “Classic Pop” bank of moments.
Michael Jordan may be most-well known for wearing the Nike Swoosh and the Jumpman but before he turned pro and forever changed the game of basketball and footwear, he played for UNC and wore Converse.
College athletics recruiting has certainly taken an interesting turn over the last decade but it’s unclear if the latest tactic from Clemson football can really be filed under recruiting.
Speaking from experience, little kids who grow up as sports fans often like to play games imagining themselves as their athlete idols.
It doesn’t matter how much money or time a professional sports team sinks into their stadium, the fans will always, always, ALWAYS find a way to complain about something.
Wednesday night was Drake Night at the Air Canada Center in Toronto (side note: what night isn’t Drake Night in Toronto?), which included not only player introductions by the rapper himself, but the return of the franchise’s original purple dinosaur uniforms.
Lost in the discussion of the high-profile suckfests in Los Angeles, New York City and Philadelphia is another storied NBA franchise going through some growing pains: the Detroit Pistons.
It appears that the situation in Lincoln was significantly more troubling than many realized.