Kaep Strikes Back

Colin Kaepernick, former 49ers QB and civil rights activist has recently been in the limelight again after Trump suggested owners should fire NFL players who protest the national anthem, which in turn sparked protests from more NFL players, teams, and owners. A few weeks later, after Marcus Mariota went down with a hamstring, the Tennessee... Continue Reading →

The Disappointment Heard ‘Round the Country

It's almost 2018, and with that comes one of the greatest events in sports, the Fifa World Cup. The World Cup is second probably only to the Olympics when it comes to showing pride for your country. Germany, France, Brazil, Spain, and other countries are a staple in this historic event. The USMNT (United States... Continue Reading →

Lights, {Cam}era, Drama

Cam Newton has lead the Carolina Panthers to a 3-1 record, a so-far impressive turnaround from their lackluster 2016 season. Things were going well for the quarterback until last night. During a news conference in Charlotte yesterday, Jourdan Rodrigue, a female beat reporter for the Charlotte Observer, asked Newton about the physicality of wide receiver... Continue Reading →

Pray for Vegas

Today, we are going to shy away from sports and talk about the grander issue. The deadliest mass shooting in US history happened last night in Vegas. Last night, 30,000 gathered on the Las Vegas Strip for the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. As headliner Jason Aldean took to the stage to close out the... Continue Reading →

The New Big 3

Throughout all the drama and tension that surrounded Trump and the NFL, a huge trade was made that didn't get the attention it deserved, so I'm going to give it attention. Since being drafted 3rd in 2003, along with fellow superstars Lebron James and Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony has yet to do what those 2... Continue Reading →

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