The Lakers Dumpster Fire Rages On

By now everyone and their uncle have seen the video of former Los Angeles Lakers President Magic Johnson out of nowhere resigning his position on ESPN right before gameĀ  time. After the shock of the move wore off that should have been the end of it, but a last week Johnson appeared on ESPN’s morningContinue reading “The Lakers Dumpster Fire Rages On”

Carmelo Anthony Blowing Through Windy City?

Just when I was beginning to wonder about Carmelo Anthony, his name begins to pop up among all the headlines about the missed interference call in Nola. It seems as if Melo’s time with the Houston Rockets has finally come to an end and he’s been traded to the Chicago Bulls (let’s not forget theContinue reading “Carmelo Anthony Blowing Through Windy City?”

Another Big Ten Football Coach Put on Administrative Leave

ESPN published an article Friday detailing what can only be described as a toxic culture within the Maryland Football program. This stems from the death of Jordan McNair back in June after a football workout. The article details just how head coach DJ Durkin and and Rick Court, head strength and conditioning coach, go aboutContinue reading “Another Big Ten Football Coach Put on Administrative Leave”

New York Yankees Take on ESPN & Won

The New York Yankees were furious when the worldwide leader of sports ESPN decided to air their July 8th game against the Blue Jays for their Sunday Night Baseball broadcast because of the team’s scheduled doubleheader the next day in Baltimore. This thing happens all the time with the major leagues and it can beContinue reading “New York Yankees Take on ESPN & Won”

Washington Redskins Honoring 1987 Replacement Players

Late Wednesday the Washington Redskins announced that they would be honoring the 1987 replacement players with Super Bowl rings. In an article on the Redskins website the team worked closely with John Dorsey the director of the ESPN 30 for 30 “The Year of the Scab” and some of the replacement players to make theseContinue reading “Washington Redskins Honoring 1987 Replacement Players”

When Adam Schefter Tries to Stir Up NFL Drama

This past weekend Adam Schefter reported that several National Football League teams were upset with the Green Bay Packers putting Aaron Rodgers back on the Injured Reserved without having suffered a new injury, thus violating the league’s policy on placing players on the IR. Citing multiple sources, Schefter claimed teams were calling for the PackersContinue reading “When Adam Schefter Tries to Stir Up NFL Drama”

Baker Mayfield Wins Heisman Trophy Despite His Antics The Past Year

Baker Mayfield won the 2017 Heisman Trophy last year and some would say finally. It feels like Mayfield has been at the ceremony every year and seen it go home with someone else despite his talent on the field. And he has been in New York for the past three years finishing in the topContinue reading “Baker Mayfield Wins Heisman Trophy Despite His Antics The Past Year”

Nature Boy: A Blueprint For How Not to Live Life

First things first, I will admit that I had not intended to watch the new “30 for 30: Nature Boy” mainly because I’m not a fan of wrestling. I don’t see the point of watching grown man dance around a ring and act, I mean I tried to get into back in the late 90sContinue reading “Nature Boy: A Blueprint For How Not to Live Life”

Players Unite Against Texans’ Owner Bob McNair

ESPN released an article Friday morning about the recent meeting between NFL owners and players regarding the anthem protests. In the article, Texans’ Owner Bob McNair was quoted as saying, “We can’t have the inmates run the prison.” And after the initial shock wore off, I thought even though he wasn’t speaking on behalf ofContinue reading “Players Unite Against Texans’ Owner Bob McNair”

Another Installment of Politics Interfering with Professional Sports

Just when you thought that the President of the United States would start focusing on more important issues than professional athletes exercising their right to protest, the flames get fanned yet again by Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones stating that any Cowboy that protests the anthem will be benched (and 45 was VERY happy aboutContinue reading “Another Installment of Politics Interfering with Professional Sports”