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Posts by Dylan Murphy
Atlanta Falcons Sign Brian Banks, Former Top Prospect Who Spent Five Years In Jail On A False Rape Accusation
You might’ve heard Brian Banks’ story before. In 2002, Banks pleaded no contest to rape and spent five years and two months in jail on the advice of his lawyer, despite no DNA evidence and Banks’ complete innocence of the charge. Now he’s got a serious shot at the NFL.
If You’re Going To Run Away From An Incoming Home Run Ball, Don’t Let It Hit Your Girlfriend In The Face
When Pete Kozma smack a home run to center field against the Diamondbacks last night, two lucky fans – a couple, we think – were about to get their very own baseball souvenir. Except no one was wearing a glove, and Mr. Boyfriend wanted no part of catching a baseball with his bare hands some 400-feet from home plate.
Detroit Piston Jose Calderon Walked Towards The Former Locker Room Of Toronto Raptor Jose Calderon Because Old Habits Are Hard To Break
Jose Calderon, who was a part of the deal that landed Rudy Gay in Toronto, is a Detroit Piston. Before the trade, he was a Toronto Raptor. The Pistons visited the Raptors last night at the Air Canada Centre last night, and at halftime Jose Calderon walked back towards the locker room – a path separated by a barrier, one for the visitors, one for the home squad. Jose Calderon, well he chose wrong.
Of all the fouls on LeBron James during the Chicago Bulls streak-ending win last week, this one was deemed a flagrant. Fair or (not flagrant) foul?
Too bad class of 2014 linebacker/tight end Michael Ferns, the recipient of this letter from Mississippi State, is already committed to Michigan.