- Psychic Astros Fan Wedges Himself Into Grandstand To Avoid Foul Ball
- A Football Player Wards Off Gay Rumors By Saying He Fathered Kim Kardashian's Baby
- Yep, Alabama Is Getting A Waterfall In Its Football Locker Room
- Gerrit Cole's Time Is Now: Fantasy Baseball Prospect Pendulum
- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
Johnny Football and JMAN2 Enterprises may have just opened up a loophole that allows boosters to play college football players. He can do everything. Details, after the jump.
It’s been one step forward, two steps back for Penn State students and State College residents in terms of getting the rest of the country to not find them insufferably annoying. Consider this grammatically ambiguous billboard your two steps back of the day. Read more after the jump.
Jerry Sandusky must be bored waiting for his prison sentence. To pass the time before he gets sentenced to five consecutive life sentences or 420 years in prison or something ridiculous like that, he just wanted to tell the world he thinks Penn State is paying too high a price for his transgressions. Read more after the jump.
Things are bleak in Unhappy Valley (get it?) and getting bleaker. Running back Silas Redd, (former) crown jewel of the Nittany Lions’ offense, has announced his transfer to the USC Trojans. More after the jump.
Through extensive research, the AP discovered that SEC schools don’t care if athletes smoke weed. Through having a beating heart, going to college and watching college football, Americans had already arrived at a similar conclusion and continue not to care about this issue whatsoever. But we still applaud the AP for officially uncovering what we already knew to be true.
The Oregon Ducks paid Houston-based trainer Will Lyles $25,000 for “recruiting services.” But (surprise!) he may have provided them something else instead.
Marv Albert is in discussions with CBS to join the network and call the NFL and college basketball. He would essentially replace Gus Johnson who departed to Fox to cover college football and the NFL.