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Arizona OL Chip Sarafin Announces He Is Gay

Arizona OL Sarafin

Arizona OL (offensive lineman) Edward “Chip” Sarafin has announced that he is homosexual in an interview in Compete Magazine. The announcement of Sarafin being gay not only made the Arizona OL the first publicly gay football player in the FBS, but also put him at odds with the Arizona State governor. The Arizona OL says… Read more »

Oregon Ducks: What Are Their NCAA Football Championship Chances?

Will the Oregon Ducks contend for a national championship this year?

The Oregon Ducks have found themselves on the outside looking in, coming ever-so-close, but never quite getting that shot, at the National Championship for several years. At times, Oregon shot themselves in the foot, like last year when the Ducks dropped a game to a good Stanford team they really should have beaten. Other times,… Read more »

Ryan Mallett Looking Like Next Ryan Leaf

Ryan Mallett looking bad again

Ryan Mallet entered his final college football season as one of the best quarterbacks to ever play at the University of Arkansas. Now Mallet is looking an awful lot like an NFL bust who will follow in the footsteps of quarterback flameouts like Ryan Leaf. Mallet was picked up by the New England Patriots in… Read more »

Jadeveon Clowney Shows Skills To Pay Bills In Preseason Opener

Jadeveon Clowney impresses

Jadeveon Clowney has impressed football scouts wherever he has played, but there had been some talk coming into this season that the NFL might finally be the place where he proved he was mortal. It appears Jadeveon is ready to show people that Mr. Clowney can handle the rigors of the professional football league as… Read more »

Oakland Raiders Starting 2014 The Way 2013 Ended

Oakland Raiders still look bad

The Oakland Raiders are apparently talking about leaving the Bay. If the Raiders continue to play they way they did in their pre-season opener, it seems likely Oakland fans might drive them to the airport. This is a team that has been one of the worst in the NFL for years. Despite that, every Oakland… Read more »

Seahawks Vs Broncos Part Deux: Lightning Strikes And Broncos Win


Seattle Seahawks were the unlikely winners of Superbowl 48, in a David vs. Goliath win over the Denver Broncos. The money that changed hands in the unusually slanted game was epic and impressive. There were cheers and tears in the knockout and shut out that the Broncos faced at the hands of the first time… Read more »

Alcohol Involved in Lutzenkirchen Death

Alcohol involved in Philip Lutzenkirchen death

Alcohol was involved in former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen’s death on June 30, with both the driver and the football player being legally intoxicated at the time of the crash, coroner’s documents reveal. Alcohol had been previously suspected of being involved and that has now been confirmed by the toxicology report. When Inquisitr first… Read more »