Archive for January, 2014
Major League Soccer Coming To Miami0
Taken from Mirror.Co.Uk:
Big time name and big time money are closing in on a deal to bring a professional Major League Soccer to the City of Miami down if Florida. In fact local authorities have given permission to begin looking for a site to build a new stadium.
The group is led by future Hall More >
The Ballad Of Alabama0
It all started when Nick Saban just had to have that second put back on the clock at the end of the Auburn game. Goodbye SEC Championship, goodbye BCS Championship and goodbye three-peat. Maybe it just wasn’t in the cards.
But then the unthinkable happened, the Auburn Tigers went out to Pasadena to More >
Pay For Play In The NCAA0
At the big NCAA convention in San Diego last month over 70% of the delegates polled were not opposed to some better form of compensation for college athletes in the near future. This is a rather radical departure from previous prevailing attitudes when almost no one supported the idea.
There has More >
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished0
Mary Willingham knew that revealing her findings to CNN would not make her the most popular person of campus at the University North Carolina. After all, she was exposing something that could disrupt the flow of monies into the coffers of the university and probably upset some powerful alumni More >
High Court Slam Dunks NCAA In ‘Player Likeness’ Suit0
What started out as an almost comical ‘player likeness’ suit has become a major headache for the NCAA. The US Supreme Court has handed down its latest word in the on-going case denying the NCAA the right to intervene in settlement talks between former college athletes and EA Sports and the More >
2013 Paul Horning Award Goes To Odell Beckham Jr.0
LSU was blessed with two of the top wide receivers in all of college football for the past couple of years but now both Tiger stars are turning pro. Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. have both announced their entry into the 2014 NFL Draft. The move was anticipated by LSU fans and coaches alike More >
Major Overhaul In Houston0
Houston Texan’s owner Bob McNair has had enough of losing. Up until this past NFL regular football season, the Texans were considered one of the most viable teams in the division. This year the only thing that the Houston football team won was to dubious honor of getting to pick first in the 2014 More >