Johnny Cueto blew an awesome gigantic bubble (spoiler: it popped)

The Major League Baseball season is long. You travel to a bunch of different cities, and you spend a lot more time with your teammates than your actual family. Baseball games are pretty long too, and the action isn’t as constant as it is in other sports. This allows for plenty of down time, especially […]


Rob Gronkowski calls out grammar police, then gets roasted on Twitter

Rob Gronkowski entertained us with a tweet of his early Wednesday evening when he talked about his disdain for the “grammar police.” If you haven’t been online in the past 10 years, the grammar police essentially take every chance they get to correct somebody on incorrect grammar at any given time. Some take much joy […]


Lakers unveil insane new training center

Teams across all sports are beginning to unveil swanky new practice facilities with all sorts of cool amenities, and the Los Angeles Lakers are the next to do so. Today, they unveiled the UCLA Health Training Center in El Segundo, which is scheduled to open up this time next year, and it looks pretty cool. […]


David Ortiz visits a corn maze honoring his career

David Ortiz has been given many gifts across this season as it is his last in Major League Baseball. Most of those gifts are those from the cities in which he’s been traveling too as expected, but this latest gift he’s received probably will blow all of the others out of the water. At the […]


Mavericks hosting an NBA 101: Basketball for Women event

When sports teams or leagues hold events specifically designed to better introduce their sport or team to women, it often ends really, really badly. Remember what Texas A&M did early this summer with their fight song? That’s how these things tend to end up. So, when the news came out that the Mavericks are hosting […]

Twitter vending machine

Arizona Diamondbacks add Twitter vending machine to Chase Field

You’re probably wondering: what is a Twitter vending machine? Does it give you rotten eggs like Twitter often does? That’s what it might sound like, but that’s nothing like what the reality is. This vending machine will offer the chance for lucky fans to win prizes if they tweet specific hashtags during the game. The […]

COLUMBUS, OH - JANUARY 24:  A general view of the NHL logo prior to the 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Skills Competition at the Nationwide Arena on January 24, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

NHL adds Meldonium to banned substances list

Meldonium has become a buzzword in the sports doping world, especially after Maria Sharapova got a two year ban from tennis for using it. Russia actually switched out its entire U-18 hockey team for a tournament this past spring over fears they all might test positive for the endurance booster. Now, the NHL is adding […]

CFL Khalif Mitchell

Anti-Semitic CFL defensive tackle signed to Saskatchewan practice roster

Wednesday, the Saskatchewan Roughriders announced that Khalif Mitchell had signed with their practice roster. Normally, a player signing to a practice roster wouldn’t be news in the United States, especially when the signing happens in the CFL. But Mitchell is…a little different. Mitchell was served a two game suspension back in 2012 for hyperextending an […]

Jake Arrieta

Jake Arrieta almost quit baseball before trade to Cubs

Jake Arrieta is an elite pitcher in MLB but his shocking ascension wouldn’t have happened if he followed through on thoughts about quitting baseball in 2013. The Chicago Cubs pitcher spoke with Patrick Mooney of CSN Chicago, admitting after being demoted by Baltimore in 2013, he thought about retiring and pursuing another career. “We were […]

NCAA Football

EA CCO Peter Moore on NCAA Football: “I know we’ll be back”

Electronic Arts Chief Competition Officer Peter Moore is confident the canceled video game sports series NCAA Football will come back. The mega-popular video game series ended in 2013 after the NCAA didn’t renew its licensing deal with EA due to an ongoing dispute regarding players likenesses in the games. An antitrust lawsuit (O’Bannon vs the NCAA) was […]

Leo Mazzone

Famed Braves pitching coach Leo Mazzone joins Furman as adviser

After a nearly decade-long absence from coaching, former Atlanta Braves pitching coach Leo Mazzone has returned to baseball. On Wednesday, Mazzone was named special adviser to the Furman Paladins baseball team of the Southern Conference. Mazzone’s hiring is impressive for the SoCon school. He’s widely considered to be among the best pitching coaches in MLB history […]

Fred Taylor

Fred Taylor claims NFL doctors never told him about multiple injuries

Fred Taylor isn’t happy with the NFL following his latest visit to the doctor. The former Jacksonville Jaguars running back tweeted after visiting a hospital and undergoing a full orthopedic exam on Wednesday, it was revealed he had partially torn labrums in each shoulder and a fractured clavicle. Taylor said he was never told of the injuries […]

ENGLEWOOD, CO - AUGUST 29: Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) squints his eye as he looks to the sky with Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch (12) and Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (13) look on during practice August 29, 2016 at Dove Valley. (Photo By John Leyba/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Gary, Alexis, and many other Sanchezes have had better weeks than Mark

It’s been a really good couple of weeks for people whose last names end in Sanchez, with the notable exception of NFL QB Mark. After Peyton Manning’s retirement from the Denver Broncos on March 7, John Elway traded for Sanchez four days later and said he’d compete for the starting role.   Acquired QB Mark Sanchez […]


Study says people won’t pay more than $15 per month for Netflix

A new study has reveled most people wouldn’t pay more than $15 per month for Netflix. That’s not terribly surprising with the rise of pirating and other streaming services available in today’s world. Netflix currently costs $10 a month for streaming for the majority of their viewers. That price may seem high to some, but with so […]


Bachelor in Paradise power rankings, week 5: goodbye, Caila & Jared; hello, Nick

Let’s talk about reasons, and what make certain ones right. We hear the phrase “right reasons” tossed around all the time in the Bachelor universe. Take this week’s Bachelor in Paradise episodes, for example. Nick accused Josh of being there for “the wrong reasons.” Caila told us that she doesn’t think Ashley I. is “here for the right reasons.” […]

FORT WORTH, TX - OCTOBER 10:  Texas Christian University sophomore Zach Boring (L), and freshman Laura Dunn raise a Big XII Conference banner before a press conference in which TCU accepted an invention to join the Big XII on October 10, 2011 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Brandon Wade/Getty Images)

Sorry East Carolina, you’re not going to the Big 12

At some point in the near future, the Big 12 could really become the Big 12 with the addition of two more schools or it could increase to the “Big 14″ if it adds four. With nobody exactly sure who will be added, it’s official that East Carolina won’t be one of those schools. If a […]


10 reasons why college football is better than the NFL

The NFL is king but for many it’s not even the best source of entertainment even for football. We’re a few days out from the first college football weekend which has quite a sexy lineup of games. I’m terribly excited although most of my friends think I’m some type of weirdo for loving college football […]