When it comes to potential college athletes, most of them aim for the big colleges in the Power 5 conferences (Big Ten, ACC, SEC, Pac-12, Big 12) to play on teams that continuously put out multiple NFL draft picks. However, some potential athletes don’t mind playing at smaller schools while still trying their best to […]Read More Multimedia Package: Brett Taylor
This isn’t the first time that we have seen this. A community rallying around itself in the wake of a tragedy. Look no further than this past summer when Hurricane Harvey decimated the southern United States (especially Texas), killing 103 people and caused $125 billion in damages. Thanks heavily in part to Houston Texans star […]Read More Sports Communities Prove Again That They Are Sometimes The Greatest Relief Needed In Wake Of Humboldt Tragedy
It had been talked about all offseason. Would the Dallas Cowboys really cut their number one wideout in Dez Bryant? Well, it is safe to say now that Bryant is now the former number one receiver of the Cowboys. The team released Bryant on Friday. Though the move had been rumored to happen for some time, […]Read More What Led To The Cowboys Releasing Dez Bryant?
We knew it was coming. Michigan State University, known for its high-end athletics programs, has for the past few months been synonymous with harboring the sexual predator known as Dr. Larry Nassar, who was convicted of sexually assaulting over 150 women for 24 years in January and sentenced to prison for the rest of his […]Read More Here We Go Again: Another Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Michigan State
If the man in the blue and gold number 12 jersey looks unfamiliar, don’t be too surprised. It has been awhile since anyone has seen him on the gridiron. However, you’ll be making sure to look for him on an NFL sideline this season after learning his story. Stedman Bailey, the former Los Angeles (formerly […]Read More Stedman Bailey Should Be The One Person We All Root For
By now, anyone paying attention to the NFL offseason now that free agency is essentially at a standstill has heard of the on-going saga between Odell Beckham Jr. and the New York Giants. Beckham Jr. is entering the final year of his rookie deal and wants to be paid like the top wide receiver of […]Read More Would Trading Odell Beckham Jr. Be A Mistake By The Giants?
If you are a Philadelphia 76er’s fan, the day finally came when you would see Markelle Fultz on the floor in uniform again. The 2017 first round pick (1st overall) has only played in four games this season, and due to either a supposed shoulder injury or a case of the shooting yips, he missed […]Read More Markelle Fultz Needs To Learn How To Act As An Athlete
By now, everyone that watches the NFL knows that when it comes down to player personnel decisions, it is a business. People come and people go, whether fans like it or not. Even the players know that. That doesn’t mean that some can’t be happy about a decision if they are on the wrong end […]Read More Was Mercedes Lewis Disrespected By Jaguars?
Almost everyone who partakes in the yearly festival that is known as the NCAA March Madness tournament had their brackets busted before the games of the first round were over. This is thanks in part to the upsets of big name, high ranking schools like Arizona, Wichita State, and Miami. Upsets happen in the tournament […]Read More Forget Your Bracket, Everyone Should Remember History
For weeks now, or really months, the NCAA has been dealing with the fallout of the FBI investigation of corruption in college basketball. The investigation focused on what players, coaches, and schools had received impermissible benefits from former NBA agent Andy Miller and his agency, ASM Sports, in order to land potential recruits or convince […]Read More A Simple Solution To Fix The NCAA’s Basketball Issue