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- Judge Rules Against Donald Sterling, Allows Sale Of Clippers To Steve Ballmer
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Note: The author of this post is a New York Jets fan and doesn’t like Geno Smith and thinks
Michael Vick anyone not named Geno Smith should be the starting quarterback this season. Keep that in mind while reading this admittedly biased post.
I respect the sport and the athleticism, finesse, and skill it takes to be a good soccer player, but the fact that there’s such a thing as a scoreless tie kind of ruins the sport for me. And then things like this bicycle kick goal happen and I’m forced to reevaluate my take on the world’s favorite sport because this is 100 percent certified pure awesomeness.
THEY DON’T GET PAID: A Legitimate, Unbiased, Behind-The-Scenes Look Into The ‘Legends Football League’
We know you know what the LFL is, but do you really know how it all works? The “one size fits all” uniforms, the tanning requirements, the fact that it’s entirely volunteer-based — bet you didn’t know about that stuff. Ya, pretty sexiest, but then again, these women are doing this because they actually really love hitting and playing football.
Hello Fans Of Robot Rugby League: Here’s What Happens When The British Do Play-By-Play For An Alabama-Notre Dame Game
Football’s second-worst athletes prove why they only deserve one bar on their facemask. We’ve ranked the worst attempts at drop kicking (including the miserable Georgia Tech Music City Bowl fake punt from last night).
Losing is the path to the dark side. Losing leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to donuts. Donuts lead to getting fat. I sense many donuts in you.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. We’ve put together a slideshow to give you easy access to each of the 32 articles.
It’s no secret that multiple concussions suffered over a career can lead to long-term brain damage, but this is the first time we’ve seen this happen. Ryan Swope, a rookie wide receiver out of Texas A&M drafted in the sixth round this year by the Cardinals, has retired because of symptoms related to four concussions he suffered in college.