Remember yesterday when Cam Newton’s Twitter account went off the rails? Clearly his account was hacked, and after it appeared order had been restored, all hell broke loose again. Eventually, Cam’s account was suspended and now he’s back in control. So, how did the elite hax0r manage to infiltrate Cam’ account? Simple: Cam has…err, had…the
While Cam Newton has his hands busy trying to keep his Carolina Panthers in playoff contention, an effort which is still somehow feasible despite the Panthers’ 3-7 record, he’ll have to remember a new Twitter password as well. The Carolina Panthers confirmed that Cam’s Twitter account was hacked on Tuesday. Cam Newton's twitter account has
It is currently 9:27 p.m. on the West Coast and Curt Schilling, who started arguing with random Twitter users about the theory of evolution at roughly 6 p.m, is still going. I’m not going to explain the absurdity of Curt Schilling’s night because his tweets can explain it much better. So here you go. Enjoy.
One of the biggest criticisms that ESPN receives – and they get their fair share of criticism- is that the network tends to neglect hockey in comparison to their coverage of the other three major American sports. This makes them the butt of some easy jokes for hockey fans and – as we saw Tuesday
On Tuesday, comedian Artie Lange, for some completely unknown reason, decided to tweet some “thoughts” on ESPN’s First Take host Cari Champion. The remarks ended up gaining some traction because, well, they’re completely disrespectful, racist and downright awful (somehow, they’re still in Lange’s Twitter feed as of this writing). This is what counts for “humor”
Bengals safety George Iloka picked off Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles late in the fourth quarter of his team’s surprisingly close victory in Week 9. After securing the interception in the endzone, he elected to bring the ball out, thus prompting some criticism. That criticism included one fan on Twitter that suggested the former Boise State player should
The Detroit Pistons and Denver Nuggets are not rivals, nor will they ever be rivals, yet yet their two big men are having a serious beef. Kenneth Faried ripped Josh Smith following the Nuggets’ 89-79 win on Wednesday night, pointing to the veteran forward as one of the reasons for his team’s victory: Josh Smith,
Fans might be thrilled that ESPN’s College GameDay is not visiting an SEC school this week, but the network still stirred up plenty of heat with their upcoming visit to Morgantown. ESPN will bring in Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato for an interview with Tom Rinaldi and although he won’t even be on-set, the decision is not
Madison Bumgarner completed one of the most dominating World Series you will ever see in leading the Giants to their third crown in five years, but he is losing significant attention to a regional manager for Chevrolet. Rikk Wilde lit the internet on fire last night with his horrifyingly hilarious MVP presentation and instead of cowering in
We all say dumb stuff on Twitter and other social from time to time. Really dumb stuff. And NBA players are not immune to this. To prove it, Redditor/intrepid investigator Jewishdoggy searched key words and some of the NBA’s biggest stars to find some regrettable tweets from days when today’s stars weren’t quite as popular.
College Football Playoff Committee Chairman Jeff Long is also the Arkansas AD and the guy with one of the more unenviable tasks in sports is getting his face ripped off on Twitter over the last 24 hours. The inaugural CFP rankings were revealed last night and one might have thought that Jeff Long committed a
On Tuesday, Twitter history was made as Michael Jordan took over the Charlotte Hornets’ Twitter handle for the first time ever. For all the sports celebrities who use Twitter, MJ had always been conspicuously absent from the platform and Jordan wasted little time in leaving his mark all over social media. From an announced comeback