‘Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare’: First Impressions And What You Need To Know

Well, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has finally arrived and to many veteran fans of the premier first-person shooter series, this is a make-or-break game. Infinity Ward, back in the driver’s seat for the first time since 2013, scrapped the Call of Duty: Ghosts series after just one game and has returned with a future-based […]

Election 2016: Has Social Media Caused Millennials To Sit This One Out?

I may as well start this off with a story. Right now, I’m a sophomore majoring in Communications at Florida Atlantic University, meaning I have to take an ‘Intro to Comm and Civic Life’ class. Rather than bore us with lectures about things that we’re not going to ever need to know, our professor has […]

Chicago Cubs: Has Joe Maddon Sealed First-Round Induction Into Baseball Hall of Fame?

Congrats, folks; you now get to tell your children you stayed up on a work or school night to watch a sports curse end. By now, we all know what happened on Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. The Chicago Cubs, after 108 long years of waiting, broke a World Series drought with an 8-7 […]

Golden State Warriors: Future NBA Hall Of Famer Paul Pierce Argues Warriors ‘Choked’ In 2016 NBA Finals On ‘Any Given Wednesday’

We as basketball fans are going to miss Paul Pierce when he retires. Few players in today’s game bring as much competitiveness and old-school play to the table that Pierce, the tenth overall pick in 1998, continues to bring even at the age of 39 and as a reserve for the Los Angeles Clippers. This […]

Fantasy Football Week Nine: Stay Away From Eli Manning, Le’Veon Bell This Week

Welcome to do-or-die time, folks. By this point in the season, you either know if you’re going to be in the hunt these next few weeks or if you’re trading your players, so let’s just get to business. QB: Eli Manning, New York Giants ($5,700): Since the start of 2013, Eli Manning has averaged 275 […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Can Morgan Jones Handle All-Out War?

In last week’s look at some of Abraham Ford’s best moments in The Walking Dead, I pointed out that the former soldier was one of the most divided characters in the entire franchise among the fanbase. Honestly, I’d argue that Abraham probably is the most divided in terms of character (when it comes to writing […]

Election 2016: PredictIt Reports Clinton Odds Down After Comey Announcement

What a time to be an undecided voter with just over a week left until the election as all of the remaining candidates are either far from the ideal candidate you want to lead or don’t exactly possess the best knowledge about politics from the ideal candidate you’d want to lead. Imagine if this is […]

Fantasy Football: Former Duke All-American Michael ‘Tauiliili’ Brown Talks Custom Fantasy Football App Win-Win In Exclusive ‘Inquisitr’ Interview

Wherever you go and wherever you look, fantasy football is around. Between advertisements for one-day leagues, entire network shows dedicated to fantasy lineups — and shows that do quite well both rating and feedback-wise, for what it’s worth — and even the “____ of the game brought to you by DraftKings or FanDuel,” it’s hard […]

‘The Walking Dead Season 7’: ‘The Well’ Review [Spoilers]

One of the things I’ve always tried to give The Walking Dead serious credit for is that when they have these episodes that introduce a new group or a new safe haven, they’re usually really well-executed. Season 3’s “Walk With Me,” our first appearance of Woodbury and The Governor, was a perfect introduction and foil […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Top 10 Abraham Ford Moments

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Sergeant Abraham Ford is one of the most divided characters among The Walking Dead fanbase. Seriously, I don’t even think Lori or Andrea caused such a divide between between fans when they were still alive – and Lori almost rivals Denise for most useless, burdensome survivors in […]

Fantasy Football Week Eight: Carson Palmer, Marqise Lee Among Must Pick Ups This Week

I have to start this week’s post off by just pointing out that the football overload has made me sick, so I don’t have it in me for a long intro today. The point is, we’re halfway through the fantasy football season (unless you’re in a league that plays in week 17) and by this […]

Internet Celebrity ‘Bardock Obama’ Talks Censorship, ‘Dragon Ball Super’ In Interview [Exclusive]

Censorship isn’t fun. Sure, some things need to be censored, but the politically correct world that we live in now has caused many people to fear expressing their opinions, even if it’s something harmless or backed by facts. You have a political view? Well, maybe you should hold it back because others may disagree. You […]

National Anthem: Former Detroit Pistons, Current Florida Atlantic Basketball Coach Michael Curry Announces Team’s Plan For National Anthem

O say, can you see, this conversation ever ending? As much as some of us may just want it to go away, the debate about the national anthem — and how to properly handle both it and the protests that surround it — continues even as we approach November. For months, many have either flat-out […]

Bikram Choudhury: HBO’s Real Sports Tackles Indian Yoga Guru’s Shady History On October 25

One really, really has to give the people at HBO some credit for how much work goes into their episodes of Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel. Often hailed as one of TV’s best journalism-based shows, Gumbel and friends handle topics in a way that is both mature and shockingly emotional. Tuesday’s episode, the 235th in […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Top 10 Glen Rhee Moments

After a six-month wait, the newest big bad of The Walking Dead has spoken: goodbye, Glenn Rhee and Abraham Ford. Due to Daryl’s attack on Negan, which we discussed in our review last night, Negan went from only killing Abraham to ending Glenn’s life, reducing the “Atlanta Five” to just four members: Rick, Carl, Daryl, […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7: ‘The Day Will Come Where You Won’t Be’ Review [Spoilers]

After all of these months, what we speculated for so long turned out to be true: Negan would have easily broken the Chicago Cubs’ World Series curse with that swing of his. For the past few years, The Walking Dead has sadly alternated on good season intros and bad season intros; both the openings of […]

NFL: NBC’s Bob Costas, Al Michaels Join Bill Simmons’ ‘Any Given Wednesday’ On October 19

In the words of the mafia, it’s time to face facts, Jack. After years of being so dominant and seemingly untouchable, the NFL’s TV ratings have plummeted in 2016 whether due to poor competition, different ways to watch the game, or maybe just because there’s too much football on. The great pillar that was the […]

Fantasy Football Week Seven: Stay Away From T.J. Yeldon, Antonio Brown

The NFL TV ratings are down, my chances of missing the fantasy football playoffs are up, and it’s a fun time to be a pro football fan…that is, if you enjoy games where players must act like robots with no emotions. Due to the chances of a referee throwing a flag my way for acting […]

‘Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ Multiplayer Beta Open To All PlayStation 4 Users This Weekend; Download Information Inside

Welcome to Call of Duty season, friends. Down to just several weeks before Infinite Warfare hits stores, the Call of Duty community is already foaming under their protective headgear at the thought of Infinity Ward’s first COD game since 2013. This past weekend (after some server issues), select PlayStation 4 users got to put on […]

‘Madden NFL 18’ Wishlist: How EA’s Football Franchise Can Continue Their Resurgent Run

It feels like so long ago, but we’re not even two months into Madden NFL 17 and the game still has as much play value as it did on day one. Even with that being the case, now seems like a great time to get started working on a wishlist for Madden NFL 18 before […]

Escape The Dating Apocalypse In Hinge’s New Animated Short [Video]

In a time of social media and advanced technology, finding the right person should be easier than ever before. With the ability to link our Facebook and Instagram pages to our dating profiles, it should also be easier to find common interests and what people are into, right? Well, things aren’t quite that easy, as […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Is This AMC’s Last Chance To Make Legendary Zombie Show Work?

We’ve made it, folks. Six days from now, we will finally learn who Negan introduced to Lucille, how Rick plans on handling the new Savior threat, and whether or not Eugene and his mullet will hook up with Rosita. Over the course of sixteen weeks, prepare to see a war unlike any other we’ve seen […]

‘Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ Multiplayer Beta: What You Need To Know And First Impressions

For as good of an emotional, well-written story as the Call of Duty series can tell, especially in the Modern Warfare series, let’s be honest: this series is all about multiplayer. When you first load up a game from this series, you’re not thinking about how to combat the new terrorist threat, but how to […]

Oklahoma State Wins Title — From 1945, American Football Coaches Association Retroactively Awards School Football Championship

It was 1945 — a time of atomic bombs, the acting of Ronald Reagan, and a version of college football that is quite a bit different from the modern-day edition. Over 70 years later, some changes are coming to college football that differ from the past — except this time, they actually involve the past. […]

Fantasy Football Week 6: Stay Far Away From Carson Palmer, John Brown

What a time to be alive if you’re a fantasy football fan. Seriously, what were the odds entering this fantasy football season that through five weeks, the trio of Sam Bradford, Dak Prescott, and Carson Wentz would have fewer interceptions (1) combined than Andrew Luck (3), or that Eddie Lacy — the former Green Bay […]

Ken Bone, Presidential Debate Breakout Star, Invited To Smoke Weed With Snoop Dogg

Sunday’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was the perfect reminder of how far the United States has fallen when it comes to politics. Even with all of the yelling and name-calling, however, there was at least one feel-good story to come out of the Anderson Cooper hosted session. Unfortunately, it wasn’t either […]

NBA: Joel Embiid, Evan Turner Display Immaturity, Foolishness On Instagram

At this point, nearly every athlete out there has some sort of profile on social media that they — rather than a PR person or a friend — control and tweet. While some big-name stars still use people to tweet things out for them, more and more players have fully accepted the potential consequences that […]

2016 MLB Awards: Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers Set To Dominate Trophy Season

Goodbye, regular season and welcome, award season. With only eight teams remaining in the hunt for the World Series, people with no vote for any of the major baseball awards — Most Valuable Player, Cy Young, etc. — can now take to the internet to give their useless thoughts about who should win what award. […]

Chicago Cubs: Does Presence Of Aroldis Chapman ‘Taint’ Club’s Wins?

With all due respect to Mariano Rivera and Trevor Hoffman, Aroldis Chapman is the most electric closer around. Granted, Chapman is far, far away from the prowess of Rivera and the durability of Hoffman, but watching the “Cuban Missile” close and throw pitch after pitch over 100 miles per hour is just an amazing scene. […]

Fantasy Football Week 5: Tyrod Taylor, Rob Gronkowski Must-Sits For This Week

I would start off this week with some kind of joke or reference to fantasy football in week four, but I can’t get Hurricane Matthew off my mind. For those not familiar, let me just be honest: hurricanes suck. I was outside for part of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and I will say with a […]

Seattle Seahawks: Doug Baldwin Talks Concussions, Anthem On Bill Simmons’ ‘Any Given Wednesday’

For a city known so much for coffee and rain, Seattle’s done a fine job of finding gems and turning them into stars. As they sit at 3-1 and en route to their sixth postseason appearance in seven years, the Seahawks and their cast of players who entered the NFL with a chip on their […]

Arnold Palmer: HBO To Re-Air ‘Back Nine At Cherry Hills U.S Open’ This Weekend

Long live Arnold Palmer. To be blunt, 2016 has been an awful year with all of the lives that have been lost, especially on the celebrity and athlete front. One of the more recent losses includes Arnold Palmer, the golfing legend that inspired an entire generation. Tuesday, a funeral was held for the golfer who […]

‘Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered’: What You Need To Know About Re-Released Classic Game

For some reason, the gaming community has a heavy love of classic games, even ones that don’t hold up all of these years later (looking at you, Pokemon Red and Blue). To capitalize, more and more gaming companies have released remastered or updated editions of their games in the past few years. However, with a […]

2016 MLB Awards: Mookie Betts, Gary Sanchez Lead American League Races

Goodbye, regular season and welcome, award season. With only 10 teams remaining in the hunt for the World Series, people with no vote for any of the major baseball awards: Most Valuable Player, Cy Young, etc., can now take to the internet to give their useless thoughts about who should win what award. Does anyone […]

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers: Is Daryl Dixon Going To Face Characters From His Past?

Longtime fans of Daryl Dixon are going to crucify me for saying this, but we may as well just be honest: everyone’s favorite archer is probably going to regret not being the one who gets a barbed-wire bat to the face from Negan. Yes, it’s harsh, but it is a bad time to be Daryl […]

Should New York Knicks, NBA, Punish Joakim Noah For Skipping Military Dinner?

Off-the-court distractions and the New York Knicks get along about as well as bees and honey, especially when it involves their star players. While future Hall of Famer Carmelo Anthony has managed to avoid any distractions, new franchise point guard Derrick Rose will be joined by former Chicago Bulls teammate Joakim Noah on the distraction […]

Kevin Garnett: YouTuber Memorializes Freshly-Retired ‘Big Ticket’ Through NBA 2K Series

Kevin Garnett was an NBA trendsetter, and he got to do something so few athletes get to do in their careers. He went home and made a difference. After spending the past season and a half with the Minnesota Timberwolves, who originally drafted him fifth overall out of high school in 1995, the 2008 NBA […]

Activision Releases New Trailer For Remastered ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’

With the release of Madden NFL 17, NBA 2K17, and Batman: The Telltale Series, we have officially entered the video game season. In the coming months, several long-awaited games created by long-running companies will release onto the market, but arguably the most hyped game is one that’s not so new. As part of select purchases […]

HB2 Bill: NBA, NCAA Both Display Ignorance And Hypocrisy With Reactions To North Carolina Bathroom Law

Once upon a time, going to the bathroom was a simple, routine task you didn’t really talk about in conversation. You went in, did your business, (hopefully) washed your hands, and went back to whatever you were doing before. Of course, the PC culture and the changing times mean that even a visit to the […]

Abby Wambach, Charlamagne Tha God Join Tonight’s ‘Any Given Wednesday’ On HBO

As the second half of Bill Simmons’ Any Given Wednesday continues, HBO is trying to bring out the big guns in hopes of establishing a loyal fanbase come next year. To do that, HBO has reached out to modern icons of the two demographics that seem to tune in every week: sports fans and rap […]

Fantasy Football Week 4: Stay Away From Christine Michael, Amari Cooper This Week In Fantasy

Welcome to what many consider to one of the most stressful parts of the fantasy season, which is a bye week. For the first time this year, teams – though it’s just two this week, the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles – are off, so owners of Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Matthews, and either defense […]

Jose Fernandez: Will ‘MLB The Show 16’ Patch Late Marlins Ace Out Of Game?

Long live Jose. Just a day after losing their star pitcher in a boat accident that also claimed the lives of Eddy Rivero and Emilio Macias, the Miami Marlins played exactly how two-time All-Star Jose Fernandez would have wanted them to: with a mindset focused on winning and appreciating what they have. Thanks to seven […]

National Anthem, Jon Dorenbos To Be Featured On HBO’s Real Sports

It’s hard to look another sports fan in the eyes before any type of game now and tell them that the national anthem isn’t on their mind. From high school games to the pros, teams are now fully making demonstrations with everything from kneeling to laying on their backs with their hands up; what originally […]

‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Season 2 Finale Spoilers: Who Will Meet Their End In The Final Two Episodes?

Note: The following article contains speculation about the final two episodes of Fear The Walking Dead and has spoilers for Episode 13, “Date of Death.” If you have yet to watch “Date of Death,” please be aware of spoilers and read with caution. Despite struggles with ratings and some confusing plot decisions, Season 2 of […]

Bizarre Of D12 Talks Political Correctness, Proof, In Exclusive ‘Inquisitr’ Interview

Update: Bizarre has released the music video to his newest song, ‘Muscle Man.’ The video can be seen below. Music has a history of letting people be outlandish and creative, allowing them to say things on the microphone you’d never hear them say in person, whether it’s promoting violence against the police or bragging about […]

Golden State Warriors: Kevin Durant, Nas Join Bill Simmons On ‘Any Given Wednesday’

If you’re a basketball fan who hates former Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant for departing the organization that first gave him a chance to make it big, chances are you’re not alone. If you’re a basketball fan who hates former ESPN analyst and Grantland creator Bill Simmons for departing the organization that first gave […]

Fantasy Football: Avoid Hurns, Redskins If You Want To Win Week Three

Welcome to week three of fantasy football. This is the beginning of a three-week stretch that will help you figure out if you’re going to be selling your assets by the time your first progress report in school comes home, and your favorite football team starts looking at their next franchise quarterback. As always, we’re […]

New York Knicks: Has Carmelo Anthony Already Sealed His Legacy?

“I was born on May 29, 1984 in Brooklyn, NY. They started calling me ‘Little New York’ and ‘New York This’ or ‘New York That.’ In New York, there’s a basketball court at every corner. Basketball is all we really knew. I wanted to be Bernard King.” — Carmelo Anthony. Since entering the league in […]

ESPN To Break New Ground With Bilingual, Latino Sports Show: ‘Nación ESPN’

Between letting hot-take possessing veterans Bill Simmons and Skip Bayless depart for greener pastures, entirely revamping mainstay shows like SportsCenter and ESPN NFL Countdown, and even adding Saturday night basketball games to the schedule, the ESPN and ABC conglomerate has made it clear in the past two years that they’re willing to leave their past […]

Fantasy Football: Five Must-Add Running Backs After Peterson, Woodhead Injuries

Week two has yet to conclude and already, millions of fantasy players are ready to call it quits on the young season. Monday, news came through that Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson and San Diego Chargers all-purpose running back Danny Woodhead both sustained serious knee injuries in their week two matchups with the Green Bay […]