Category Archives: Sports
I couldn’t think of a better way to explain just how awesome the brand new Bright Football Complex is at Texas A&M.
The House That Johnny Built has one of the most incredible locker rooms you will see in college football complete with a barber shop and TVs in the mirrors in the bath room. Bascially anything you could think of that would fit in the $20 million-plus budget.
The World Wide Leader doesn’t seem too high on Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide this year. The pre-season number 2 (without knowing who the starting quarterback is) is being given 26 points by the brain trust at ESPN.
Where the hell do I dump every single dollar I can find into a bet with this line?
Better yet, how about if I win, Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith have to leave the network? They can stay in television, just nothing above QVC or the Home Shopping Network.
During the end of an almost four hour rain delay, Cleveland Indians infielder Mike Aviles called up manager Terry Francona to ask permission to do a traditional tarp slide.
“I asked him if we could,” Aviles said of his brief chat with Francona. “He didn’t really say, ‘No,’ but he didn’t really say, ‘Yeah.’ I didn’t hear a, ‘No.’ It was like a, ‘Maybe.’ It counts. You’ve just got to read between the lines.”
Rex Ryan has introduced a new drill to the New York Jets training came.
Dizzy Bat Race.
Yep, that same dizzy bat race that is used to have drunken fun is now being used to train professional athletes. For what, though? Perhaps Rex wants his players to be able to play concussed?
If you are a baseball fan then there are certain things you know to be true.
Like hot dogs always taste better at the ballpark and peanuts are a must at every game. Also, you know that you never, ever, under any circumstance mention a no-hitter or perfect game while in progress. You just don’t. The players won’t even talk to a pitcher who is bidding for one.
Cohost of a popular morning show in Boston, Kirk Minihane, had some serious words for Fox Sports sideline gal Erin Andrews. He was responding to her awkward interview with St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright she had in the dugout during last nights All-Star Game.
Believe it or not, a lot of people really don’t like the Yankees. However, the folks at Nike and Jordan Brand have made one helluva ad to pay tribute to Derek Jeter.
With Jay-Z, Phil Jackson, Carmelo Anthony, Billy Crystal, Spike Lee, Rudy Guiliani and more, the commercial is a minute and a half of everyone tipping their cap to The Captain.