NBA Playoffs

Sports Wary of Indiana’s New Religious Freedom Law

 Mike Pence’s signature has caused a firestorm of controversy that has snared the sports world. The Indiana Governor signed into law last Thursday the Religious Freedom Restoration Act which allows business owners the right to refuse customers if an

Jimbo Fisher

FSU Practice: Rising Cornerbacks Impress Jimbo Fisher

Florida State returned to the Albert J. Dunlap Athletic Training Facility on Friday following a virus struck the Seminoles and forced the cancellation of back-to-back practices. The Noles were eager to return to the field and held a spirited,

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.

March Madness

March Madness Begins: What To Watch

We know your secret. We know you won’t be getting any work done today. March Madness has officially begun and tonight, teams will play their hearts out to move on in the tournament. Here’s a preview of what to

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

John Oliver NCAA

March Madness: John Oliver Goes Off on NCAA For Not Paying Athletes

March Madness is here and college basketball fanatics are so excited it might as well be Christmas. This “holiday” produces more than $1 billion, but the players actually playing in the tournament don’t see any of this money. Cue

1. MARCH MADNESS

NCAA Tournament TV Times And Broadcasters Week One

Okay this is the most fun five day weekend in sports as the  the 2014-2015 Men’s NCAA Division I Basketball Championship Tournament, a.ka. “March Madness,” begins in a little over 24 hours. It is important to know where to

March Madness

March Madness: The Holiday and The Illness

The unofficial sports holiday and illness known as March Madness starts on Sunday with the television production called, Selection Sunday. For the next three weeks, hard core basketball fans and casual sports fans will look at game, after game,

Ezekiel Elliott

The Crop Top Debate: Should They Be Banned?

As a college football fan, I’ve watched as 19-year-old athletes run across the field with their jersey rolled up to reveal their ripped stomachs. While I appreciate the human body and I know they work hard for those abs