Keith Olbermann may be many things, most of which we can't repeat here, but he is pretty good at ripping people, things and, in this case, countries. Back at ESPN these days, Olbermann delivered an epic rant on Costa Rica's cheap shots directed toward US Soccer, capped by one of the best closing lines I've heard in a long time!
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick just cut Tim Tebow, now he's thinking of bringing him back! Maybe some not-so-classic Clash will help The Hoodie make up his mind, especially if he understands the Spanish from Google Translate!
The San Angelo Central Bobcats and the Franklin Cougars kicked off Time Warner Cable Sports' 31st season of broadcasting high school sports with a bang! The Bobcats spotted the Cougars a two-touchdown lead before roaring back to win, 71-55.
Come, take a tongue-in-cheek tour of Oregon's incredible new football facto...um, facility...and see if Uncle Phil's money makes this football building the cream of the crop. It's totally all for the kids, too. (With some NSFW language.)
As far as baseball beanings go, it was as deliberate as it gets. Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster threw four straight pitches trying to bean the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, finally succeeding on the fourth, and the only person umpire Brian O'Nora threw out was New York manager Joe Girardi who came out to argue. Hmmm, think baseball's trying to send a message?
So, Johnny Manziel can't take cash for his autograph? But the NCAA, which is investigating him for doing just that, CAN make money by selling a jersey with "Football" written like a name on the back? Not that Manziel is the most likable guy in the world, but his money-for-my-mark story sure is making a mockery of a bad system -- something we HAD to put to music!
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