NFL

Los Angeles or Bust for the NFL

There has been a lot of talk that the National Football League plans to return to Los Angeles with a franchise perhaps as soon as 2015. Los Angeles and nearby Anaheim lost NFL teams following the 1994 season. A

Olympics

Summer Olympics: Germany Doesn’t Want A Second Munich

The race for the 2024 Summer Olympics has begun. The United States is examining bids from potential host cities, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington. Kenya, Morocco, South Africa, Qatar, Australia, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey could bid

Rick Pitino

Pitino Thinks Shoe Companies Are Ruining Youth Basketball

For years NIKE, Adidas, Reebok and other sneaker companies have been sponsoring youth summer basketball camps. The players attending those camps have become known as a NIKE player, Adidas player or Reebok player and it is assumed that the

Miami

Athletic Achievements Can’t Cover Up Today’s Football Woes

In the past, Friday football was glorified, high school kids playing for the honor of their school and their town. Saturday was reserved for the Galloping Ghost or the Four Horsemen and the dashing student-athletes who were successful on

World Cup

FIFA Should Release Bribery Investigation Report

So how does a country get a sports event like Soccer’s World Cup? Apparently, the country has to give all sorts of guarantees that the governing body of the sports organization is treated like royalty. Some members of the

NFL can no longer block local games from airing on TV due the lack of a sellout

The Football Industry is in Crisis Mode (Podcast)

Midtown Manhattan and Sayreville, New Jersey are about an hour apart by car, but on Wednesday, midtown Manhattan and Sayreville were side by side as the football industry is now being forced to deal with domestic abuse and a

NFL

NFL to Sports Media: We Are Going Back to LA

If there is one sports staple, it is that sports people use sports media as a trial balloon for an idea to see if the scheme can work or not. The NFL has gotten some media people on board

NBA

Reagan Era Legislation Enriches NBA

Monday was a great day for NBA owners and eventually NBA players’ bank accounts. But overall, it was a rotten day for the 95 percent of cable TV subscribers who will see their bills increase for programming they never watch.

Nosa Eguae,Johnny Manziel

Weighing the Cost of Playing Football

It has not been a good month for the football industry, from the high school level to the pros. A third player died on a high school field last Wednesday in a span of five days. The superintendent of the school district

Olympics

Does Anyone Want the 2022 Winter Games?

Does any country want the 2022 Winter Olympics? Judging by how national Olympic committees have dropped out of the bidding, the answer might jolt the smugness of the International Olympic Committee as one of the 2022 favorites– Norway has