Lamarr Houston

Could a Judge Stop the NFL From Moving to LA?

 There seems to be a lot of conjecture at this point as to the NFL’s 2016 configuration. Will Los Angeles host one or two NFL teams? Will St. Louis or Oakland or San Diego hang onto a team? Will

Boston Olympics Bid

Is The Boston Olympic Bid Over Before It Started?

If the race to land the Olympics could be equated to a football game, the game would have just started and Boston just took the opening kickoff to the 25 yard line but on the first play of the

NFL Blackout

NFL TV Blackout Suspension: Dropped Experiment or Ruse?

The NFL plans to show everyone of its team’s home games in 2015 in every TV market. That’s not really all that big of news because it is a rare occurrence when a game is blacked out because a

Colin Kaepernick

NFL: It’s Southern California or Bust

There is an old phrase, California or Bust, that originated in the 19th century when gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill. California or Bust. The All American Football Conference team in San Francisco chose a nickname that actually referred

Obama

Obama’s Proposal Won’t End Stadium Subsidies

Stu Sternberg’s quest for a new stadium for his Tampa Bay Rays could get harder if President Barack Obama has his way. In the President’s 2015 budget proposal, there is a provision that would change how stadiums or arenas

Kentucky 75 v Michigan 72

CBS, ESPN, The NCAA Partnership and Their Athletes

The NCAA is under siege, whether people want to believe that or not. Ed O’Bannon won his case, which prevents the NCAA from using former players likenesses unless the college governing body compensates the former players. The ruling is

49ers LB Chris Borland retires from the NFL

Chris Borland Gives Football A Headache

Chris Borland isn’t the first player in his prime to walk away from the National Football League, but he is one of the youngest ever to walk away at 24, thinking about a bleak future because of head injuries.

John Oliver NCAA

John Oliver and Larry Wilmore Struck a Nerve With NCAA

Thursday is one of the biggest gambling days of the year. It is the first round of the NCAA’s Men Basketball Tournament starts and workers in offices have their brackets set and try to watch as much basketball as

NHL

The Sinking Canadian Dollar May Impact NHL

The slumping Canadian dollar is not going to attract big league teams to Canada anytime soon. The National Hockey League was rumored to return to Quebec City and add a second franchise into the Toronto market. Major League Baseball

Olympics

Is Boston Getting Cold Feet To Host Olympics?

Boston will be getting a 2024 Summer Olympics challenger this weekend but the biggest obstacle in Boston’s way in obtaining the right to hold the Games from the International Olympic Committee may be the people of Boston. It seems