Doug Williams changed everything in one day of football. He spent years investing in his skills after a stellar career at Grambling State University under Coach Eddie Robinson. Doug is proud of his successful years under center – but can he bring the success back?read more
Michael Sam announced his sexual orientation in the national media weeks before the NFL draft. The football locker room will finally open up to a gay player, a teammate who dates other men. The defensive standout is ready to make real change in the league.read more
Luke and Bill Walton know how to SEND & SCORE. Teleflora has teamed up with the NBA for a contest that sends one lucky winner to New Orleans for the NBA All-Star Game. Send your flowers by Feb. 13th. Get details from The Waltons.read more
Tweet The coin tosses in the 48 Super Bowls have been split right down the middle – 24 heads, 24 tails. Like the toss, the game’s random outcome shouldn’t be surprising. This game still shocked us. The 2013-14 NFL season came to a close with one of the most lopsided scores in the history of […]read more
Keshi’s flying high with the Cute Seahawks! They’re young, smart, strong and sexy. The NFL wasn’t ready for the talent and skill, but ladies – you will certainly be prepared for all of this incredible handsomeness.read more
Keshi’s back for Super Bowl Cuties and they are FINE! Ladies, you can appreciate this new view of some of the NFL’s best!read more
NASCAR Champ and ESPN Analyst Ray Evernham will host a new show called AmeriCarna on Velcocity (premiers Jan. 28th 8pm ET) that celebrates the country’s love for cars.read more
Questions surrounding Richard Sherman’s post-game rant dominated the media following the NFC Championship Game. If the questions centered around the incident and not his personal worth and ability, that’s fine. Instead, folks took it there and soon looked for reasons to call him a thug. Why the leap?read more
The Mile High City is celebrating its first trip back to the Super Bowl in 15 years. This year, Peyton Manning is leading the Denver Broncos to his brother Eil’s house in Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII.read more
Christmas Day NBA is often a day of surprises. Tim Duncan, LeBron James and Chris Paul are three of the players looking for Christmas wins under the tree. Key player injuries are changing the expected excitement level. No Derrick Rose, Kobe Bryant or Brook Lopez and possibly no Carmelo Anthony. That shifts the odds considerably. We don’t know who will get the biggest present from NBA Santa, but that’s why we watch.read more
Tweet The record-breaking football is special. On Sunday, Peyton Manning passed Tom Brady’s record of 50 touchdowns in a single season. Julius Thomas caught the 51st touchdown of the season and, in all of the hype and excitement, simply spiked it. An alert Eric Decker grabbed it, secured it and delivered it to Manning […]
Just a few weeks ago, Chandler Parsons of the Houston Rockets tweeted out photos of modeling gig for a jeans company. Today’s pics are far more gorgeous! He shaved his head to support Patrick, his 7 year-old friend with cancer. Now they can look like.
Many families rely on some form of financial aid to pay for college. However, while financial aid can certainly help cover college costs, student loans make up the largest percentage of the typical aid package. Sklyer Heimark of Raymond James will provide information to help create your college savings plan.
Pharrell’s song “Happy” has become an anthem for anybody who wants a reason to celebrate of smile – including these NBA veterans, players and fans. This weekend’s NBA All Star Game in New Orleans featured major musical acts as well as the city’s most revered artists. But here’s a montage of the folks just getting happy.
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After throwing three interceptions and falling behind 28 points, most teams would have thrown in the towel, calling it a season. Not these Indianapolis Colts, though. Instead, they rallied and pushed and scratched their way into the next round of the playoffs snatching a sure win from the Kansas City Chiefs. Alex Smith and the team are left wondering what if, while the Luck and the Colts are in the film room.
At 19 years and 342 days old, Jameis Winston became the youngest player to win the Heisman Trophy award. His spectacular play on the field in 2013 easily placed him first on 668 of the ballots. Another 115 voters weren’t so sure he deserved the honor.
The Boston Red Sox won big on the brilliant arm of Jon Lester. His numbers match some of the top stats in baseball history. The Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright will need to forget this game and fast. Two Kozma errors and more led to the 8-1 Red Sox win. Game 1 done.
Sunday was tough on the NFL. Colts WR Reggie Wayne, Rams QB Sam Bradford and Texans LB Brian Cushing are all out for 2013. Bears and Packers hit hard, too.
Against odds and expectations, Andrew Luck and Geno Smith won over NFL royalty. Brady and Manning’s rings couldn’t change the score today. The Colts would celebrate Peyton’s homecoming and then cheer his replacement. Geno would get to hear hometown cheers for a win against a rival. What a Sunday.
Finally, the Eagles named their starting QB. Brian wonders what took them so long. We also want to know if Michael Vick will give us the quintessential Vick experience that fans loved in 2010 or will he run for his life again behind a frazzled offensive line? We’ll be watching.
The Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl as predicted by SP Write and Ravens Super Fan Nelly Semela. He trusted Ozzie and believed in Flacco. He believes that the team can do it again. He has a purple heart of the football variety. Will he be able to brag again?
Yoenis Céspedes rocked the 2013 Home Run Derby and considers it to be just the motivation he needs for the 2nd half of the season. He beat out Bryce Harper 9-8 in a thrilling final round. The hot, humid summer night was perfect baseball weather and the players brought the big bats.
“Can we separate ourselves from society? Of course not,” Tagliabue said. “We can’t predict what NFL players will do any more than we can predict students shooting other students or workers shooting fellow workers.” Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, State of the NFL Address, February 2000
For 17 seasons, Coach Gregg Popovich has paced the sideline as head coach of the San Antonio Spurs. The tales of practice and preparation are legendary and no one can argue with the outcome: four NBA Championship rings during his coaching tenure. The fundamentally sound game the Spurs play isn’t fancy but it keeps the league in order. Stability ball keeps the core strong.