March Madness May Just Be “Mad” This Season

Attempting to “peg” the NCAA tournament winners and losers this season is as difficult as attempting to cage a ghostly spirit. Reason being, there are so many top squads yet, there is not one or two dominant teams that overshadow the rest of them. Unlike the women’s college basketball arena, where it is almost impossible (for the last gazillion years) to

New NFL Coaches: Which Teams Are Right & Which Ones Missed the Mark

There have been many terms bandied about when it comes to NFL coach hires; the most colorful being the “never-ending coaching carousel.” While some choices seem extremely thought out, others make it seem like certain teams want to stay on the bottom rungs of the ladder.

Drivers, Rivalries & A Continuing Legacy

As football fades into the sunset, the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will gear up to celebrate its 70th anniversary – seventy seasons of professional stock car racing in the United States, as well as the 47th modern-era Cup series season.

The Underdogs vs. the G.O.A.T.

No one is exactly basking in the warmth of Minneapolis, but the streets are filled with spectators, fans and media members, as is the grandiose Mall of America where, this week, questions were flying all over the place. The week before the Super Bowl is all about the media. Beginning with their “opening night” on Tuesday, when both teams were present and

Sports Stars: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em, You’ll Definitely Remember Their Names

When it comes to the sports world there are die-hard fans and die-hard haters causing most of the news that’s trending this month. When milestones are reached and goals are achieved and certain names are constantly heard about, those fans and haters come out in droves to be heard.

Can Alabama Rise to the Challenge?

Even though they have dealt with freezing cold temperatures and a heavy duty winter hit delivered by one, Storm Grayson, Georgians are still happy as can be, waiting as patiently as possible to see their beloved Georgia Bulldogs play in the College Football Championship in their very own home state.

The NFL Surprises

  The NFL Surprises by Amy Lignor   Much like that last day of school when you’re looking out the window at the sunshine, knowing that when the bell rings you will be out of there and not have to deal with class for the next two months – that was the feeling on Thursday […]

All Hail the NFL

Yes, the pre-season has people already debating and predicting who will be the next big winners of the Lombardi trophy. It is on the evening of Monday, September 7th, that the “real” games kick-off, with the Chiefs heading to the Championship Patriots home turf. This game should give fans a powerful match-up between two high-powered offenses to

College Football Arriving Soon!

Ask any college football fan and they will tell you that it seems like an eternity waiting for the season to begin. But, have no fear, the kick-off to the college season is almost here, with Colorado State and Oregon State hitting the field on Saturday, August 26th at 2:30 p.m. ET. On the same day, fans of Oregon State and Colorado State will see an active match-up, and Portland State vs. BYU will also be a huge viewer draw. Add in the 6:00 p.m. game of Hawaii at UMass and the 7:30 p.m. game of South Florida vs. San Jose State – and you are most definitely looking at a full, much-needed, long-awaited day of the colleges you love getting back to gridiron business.

What Some of the NFL Players Did On Summer Vacation

The return of football action continues to creep closer – less than 50 days to go before the 2017 NFL season finally kicks off. Everyone can already feel it in the air…even though the air is still amazingly hot in some places. But even the TV ads are bringing back, and placing brand new NFL commercials in spots, reminding everyone about the players with great names and those (yes, Odell, talking to you) with names that are still at the top of everyone’s ‘watch’ list because they tend to go a bit loopy every once in a while.