Jovan belcher

Monday Was a Bad Day for the Football Industry

“There is a football industry under siege mentality,” as College Football Hall of Fame President Steve Hatchell contends, among the people who run the business, then Monday was a miserable day. There was information released saying that Jovan Belcher had

Adam Silver

Four Domestic Assaults in the NBA Since April

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver now has four domestic assault arrests on his watch. One player, Greg Oden, is out of the league and does not represent that much of an issue for Silver but Charlotte’s Jeffrey Turner, Memphis’s James Johnson and

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A Hockey Team Grows in Brooklyn

The National Hockey League will be in Brooklyn tonight as a visitor for the last time. The New York Islanders franchise is moving to the New York City boro in 2015 and presumably will become a major market franchise

Olympics

Olympics Need Government Financial Support

The president of the International Olympic Committee lifted the curtain on sports spending during a speech in China this week. Thomas Bach said the International Olympic Committee has to partner up with politicians who run this world. Click to

NCAA

College Football Back in Court Again

A former college football player has decided to sue the University of Southern California and his former coach Lane Kiffin because he claims he was forced to play a game in 2012 despite being very ill and ended up in

Ray Rice

NFL Crisis: Is Domestic Violence Being Forgotten?

Is it Ray Race or Roger Goodell who is now being tried by the sports media? In an incredible sleight of hand trick, somehow domestic violence has been forgotten and Goodell is now on trial. Click to play the

Roger Goodell

NFL Crisis: Why is Goodell The Only One Getting Heat?

From all appearances, it seemed to be a typical September football weekend for the NFL, Roger Goodell and college football. People watching games and milling around wearing merchandise from their favorite teams and supporting a business whose leadership is

St. Andrews Golf

Scotland Still Part of UK But Finally, Women Can Golf

Thursday was a historic day in Scotland. Voters decided to remain part of the United Kingdom and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews finally announced that it will begin the process of accepting women members. It

Adam Silver

Is a Department of Sports Cabinet Needed?

With all the arrests in both the NFL and NBA, the racists remarks from NBA owners and various other problems taking place in the entire sports spectrum from the youth levels on up, should the United States join with

Adrian Peterson

Vikings Try to Make Adrian Peterson Go Away

The Minnesota Vikings ownership and the NFL got a clear message from the people who control the revenue streams yesterday, marketing partners and politicians that perhaps they should make Adrian Peterson go away. The Vikings ownership is making Peterson