Latest Grayson Allen Trip Makes It Clear He’s A Spoiled Brat

It all started in the NCAA Tournament two seasons ago. Grayson Allen burst onto the scene for the Duke Blue Devils on their way to another national championship. In the process, people realized he was Duke’s next great villain. He has done nothing to shed that title over the last season and a half. His […]

Kentucky And Louisville To Renew College Basketball’s Best Rivalry

It doesn’t get much more entertaining than Kentucky and Louisville when it comes to college basketball. There are plenty of great rivalries across the nation, but the Bluegrass Rivalry is the best of the best. It will be renewed on Wednesday night. This time, the two teams are set to battle with as much as […]

Royce Freeman Will Return For Senior Season At Oregon In 2017

Oregon Duck fans, let out a sigh of relief. Star running back Royce Freeman is returning to the school for his senior season in Eugene. The school announced his decision on their Twitter page to the delight of the many fans of the green and gold. Royce Freeman returning for senior season. #GoDucks […]

What If MLB HOF Voting Was Run Like The Electoral College?

On Monday, the Electoral College of the United States will get together in their respective states and vote to officially make Donald J. Trump the president-elect of the United States (barring 38 rogue voters). This increasingly trivial process, created by Constitutional Convention in 1787, has come under fire recently after Hillary Clinton defeated Trump in […]

NFC Playoff Picture: Previewing The Current Field

The NFC playoffs this season will be as hard to predict as an ending in a Game of Thrones season finale. Even predicting the playoff field is tough. However, with just three weeks left in the season, the field is narrowing. Based on how that field looks right now, here is a preview of what […]

MLB Winter Meetings: The Five Biggest Winners

Aside from the MLB trade deadline, the MLB Winter Meetings are the most exciting time of the year for baseball rumor enthusiasts. As teams scramble to improve their rosters, the rumor mill runs wild, and several big deals go down. That was the case again this year as many teams made surprising moves to improve […]

Nationals On Bryce Harper 10-Year, $400M Contract Demands: Not A Chance

The Washington Nationals are already well aware they are going to be without star outfielder Bryce Harper. However, that won’t be for another two years. Bob Nightengale of USA Today is reporting the Nationals are ready to move on from Harper after 2018. They’re ready to move on, because according to a high-ranking team official […]

Tom Herman: Does Texas Or LSU Job Make More Sense?

Seemingly every season, college football has a couple up-and-coming head coaches emerge as targets for top programs hiring new top men. This season, that coach is undoubtedly Tom Herman, the current head coach at Houston. ESPN’s Chris Low and Brett McMurphy reported Herman is moving toward a deal with LSU. Before Houston’s regular-season finale against […]

Jay Cutler Injury Means He’s Likely Done With Chicago Bears For Good

The greatest, and most controversial, quarterback in the history of the Chicago Bears has likely played his last snap with the team. Fittingly, what could be his last play was a game-ending interception. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune is reporting Cutler could miss the remainder of the year with a shoulder injury. When it […]

Jerrell Freeman Suspension The Latest In Long List Of 2016 Bears Disappointments

Sitting at 2-8 through 10 games, the Bears could use some good news. They got exactly the opposite on Monday as it was announced linebacker Jerrell Freeman would be suspended four games for a violation of the NFL’s PED usage policy, according to ESPN. Bears LB Jerrell Freeman suspended for next four games for violating […]

College Football Playoff: Predicting Final Field Based On Stretch Run

Since its inception, the College Football Playoff has provided much more intrigue than the BCS system of giving us a two-team National Championship Game in college football. With so much mayhem in recent weeks and so many top teams falling, it is anybody’s guess who will be in the four-team playoff field by the time […]

Lionel Messi Saves Argentina’s World Cup Hopes With Amazing Free-Kick Goal

Lionel Messi and “amazing” are used in the same sentence quite often. He’s one of the most talented footballers in the world. However, every so often, you have to come up with another word to describe the Argentine with the golden foot. That’s what we have to do tonight: find a word to describe Messi […]

Sammy Watkins Delayed Return Leaves Bills Fans, Fantasy Owners Worried

Coming off three straight losses, the Bills were hoping for some good news out of their bye week. They didn’t get it. The team announced star receiver Sammy Watkins still won’t be able to practice this week, according to Mark E. Ortega of This was the first week Watkins was eligible to return to […]

Chicago Cubs: 5 Potential Trades This Offseason

The Chicago Cubs are fresh off their first World Series title in 108 years and now they’re hungry for more. With the nucleus of team-controlled bats they have, there’s no reason to think they can’t be baseball’s next dynasty. However, they’re going to need to make some changes this offseason in order to stay on […]

Aroldis Chapman: Is He Worth $100 Million?

Star closer Aroldis Chapman, fresh off a World Series title with the Chicago Cubs, is looking for a $100-million deal this offseason, according to NBC Sports. That would shatter the previous record for a relief pitcher’s total value of contract, which is currently held by Jonathan Papelbon, who signed a four-year, $50 million deal. So, […]

Mannequin Challenge: Grading Sports Teams That Have Already Taken Part

There are some weird things that end up becoming national sensations. We had the Ice Bucket Challenge, which was a great charity campaign for ALS. We had the running man challenge, which was simply bizarre. Now, we have the “Mannequin Challenge” in which groups of people just stand still in posed positions, like mannequins. It […]

Dallas Cowboys: Why Team Must Stick With Dak Prescott Over Tony Romo

Tony Romo, when healthy, is an elite quarterback. However, a new era has arrived in Dallas in the form of rookie Dak Prescott. At this point in his career, he doesn’t have the same superstar ability as Romo does, but he is the right man for the job, even when Romo comes back from his […]

Yoenis Cespedes To Opt Out: Who Are The Favorites To Land Him?

After another season in New York, Yoenis Cespedes is expected to opt out of his contract with the Mets, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN. He will be one of the premier hitters on the free agent market and will get plenty of attention from teams around the league. Who really has a chance to […]

2016 World Series: We Will Raise Different Generation Of Cubs Fans

Most Chicago Cubs fans grew up with the heartbreak of 1984, when the team lost three straight games to the San Diego Padres in the NLCS to choke away the pennant. Then again, with just five outs to go for a World Series berth, the team imploded and failed to reach the 2003 Fall Classic. […]

He’s Back: Kyle Schwarber To DH For Cubs In World Series Game 1

Hard work pays off. Just ask the Chicago Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber. Six and a half months after tearing his ACL in his second game of the season, Schwarber is expected to be added to the Cubs’ World Series roster and DH in Game 1 against the Cleveland Indians, the team he made his major league […]

Chicago Cubs World Series: Comparing Now To Last Time Chicago Was In The Fall Classic

A lot can change in 71 years. States get added to the country, 12 presidents get inaugurated and serve out their terms, people are born and die, all before the Chicago Cubs reach the World Series once again. Unless you live under a rock, though, you know the drought is finally over. In 2016, the […]

2016 NLCS: We’ve Seen This Before, Can Cubs Deliver Death Blow?

1984. 2003. Now, 2016. Those are the only three times since 1945 the Chicago Cubs have been one win away from advancing to the World Series. In 1984, with a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five NLCS, Leon Durham and Steve Garvey happened. The Cubs lost three straight games and the Padres got to get picked […]

2016 Chicago Cubs: 5 Trades That Pushed Them To Brink Of World Series

Baseball is all about talent development and talent acquisition. The Chicago Cubs had very little of either of those until their super team of executives, including, but not limited to, Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer, arrived in town. Almost from day one, those two have forged a vision for the Cubs to finally end their […]

2016 ALCS: Can The Blue Jays Come Back From 3-0 Deficit Against Indians?

It has only been done once in major league history. If Canada wants to host World Series games this October, it will have to happen for a second time. The Toronto Blue Jays now trail the Cleveland Indians 3-0 in the ALCS, meaning they must do something only the 2004 Red Sox have ever done: […]

20-Year-Old Dodgers Starter Julio Urias Will Now Play Huge Role in 2016 NLCS

When you were 20-years-old, what were you up to? Going to college, procrastinating, still living with your parents? Well, at 20-years-old, Dodgers lefty Julio Urias will start on the mound in Game 4 of the 2016 NLCS, according to CBS Sports. It was uncertain whether or not he would be in the rotation this series, […]

Chicago Cubs-Los Angeles Dodgers NLCS Game 2: Preview And Prediction

The 2016 NLCS got off to a rousing start Saturday night as the Cubs blew a 3-1 eighth inning lead, only to go back up on a dramatic, two-out pinch-hit grand slam by Miguel Montero. Fireworks have already started in this matchup of regular-season powers, but expect less of that in Game 2. In case […]

Kanye West Remixes Desiigner’s ‘Tiimmy Turner’ And It’s As Good As You’d Expect

It seems like everything Kanye West touches these days turns to gold. He’s a talented performer with a colorful personality, so naturally, everyone always wonders what he’s up to. It turns out what he’s been up to is producing a remix of Desiigner’s hit “Tiimmy Turner.” As Elias Leight of Rolling Stone points out, Kanye […]

Westbrook Responds To Durant’s Latest OKC Comments: ‘That’s Cute’

There has been something of an unspoken tension between Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant since Durant left town to join the Golden State Warriors this summer. That tension is no longer unspoken. Durant recently said he joined the Warriors in part because of their “selfless” players and pure style of basketball. Watch Westbrook’s response in […]

Chicago Cubs’ Rally To Advance To NLCS Is Their 2004 Red Sox Moment

There comes a time when history unfolds before our very eyes. These moments are few and far between because we rarely have enough context to know in the moment. That’s not the case with the Chicago Cubs and their ninth-inning rally in an NLDS Game 4 win over the San Francisco Giants. Let’s rewind. The […]

Navy Vaults Into Top 25 Following Upset Win Over Houston

An upset can go a long way. After knocking off previously undefeated and No. 6-ranked Houston 46-40 on Saturday, the Navy Midshipmen find themselves in the AP Top 25 College Football Poll for this first time this season. Navy pulled off the upset despite the Cougars gaining 100 more yards on offense (484-382). The difference, […]