Jason Whitlock Calls Into Barstool Radio To Defend Himself & Be Proven Right

I’m a huge Barstool fan. I’ve talked about Barstool at length on this blog and anyone who knows me would say that I am a pretty diehard Stoolie. It’s no secret. I admire the company that Dave Portnoy built and the work he put in to get there. I still remain a Stoolie and willContinue reading “Jason Whitlock Calls Into Barstool Radio To Defend Himself & Be Proven Right”

#WeWantToPlay – The Fight For A Season

On Sunday it seemed that collegiate fall sports, including college football, were almost on the brink of being cancelled after a bunch of suits and university Presidents who serve on the B1G conference committee supposedly had been meeting all weekend trying to figure out a way to squirm out of the season. This comes atContinue reading “#WeWantToPlay – The Fight For A Season”

Why I Might Not Watch The NFL This Year – Goodell Has Disgraced The Integrity Of The Shield

It’s not the reason you’re thinking. The NFL draft feels like forever ago. It feels like that point when we were so embedded into quarantine that the NFL came to the rescue by putting on their virtual draft and giving people the much needed feel of a live event. We were welcomed into Roger Goodell’sContinue reading “Why I Might Not Watch The NFL This Year – Goodell Has Disgraced The Integrity Of The Shield”

The Redskins Are Changing Their Name

The initial news dropped just before 4th of July weekend that the Washington Redskins would “look into” changing their name due to mounting pressure from corporate sponsors, specifically Nike and FedEx (FedEx owns the naming rights to Washington’s stadium). Today they made the announcement official that they will be retiring the name “Redskins”. This isContinue reading “The Redskins Are Changing Their Name”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 7

Welp. My summer vacation is officially over. This Monday I will begin my 2 week virtual internship experience for Deloitte Consulting and I will once again be a working man. I’m not really sure what to expect from this online internship but I think that it will be pretty interesting to see what “life atContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 7”

Dana White Is A Savvy Business Man – UFC251 Preview: Fight Island

Welcome to Fight Island. UFC251 will be one of the coolest MMA events of our lifetimes. Fight Island in Abu Dhabi is what has been teased almost like a movie that will be coming to real life. Right over the beach it will be a spectacle to remember as these gladiators step into the octagonContinue reading “Dana White Is A Savvy Business Man – UFC251 Preview: Fight Island”

The DeSean Jackson (Lack Of) Response Makes My Blood Boil

I’m not sure if what happened with DeSean Jackson over the last 2 days is an example of a double standard or just sheer ignorance but either way it is a great encapsulation of everything that is wrong in our society today. Seemingly acting without a fear of repercussion, the NFL wide receiver posted aContinue reading “The DeSean Jackson (Lack Of) Response Makes My Blood Boil”

Chess vs. Checkers – Patriots Sign Cam Newton

It’s negotiations 101, create a no-lose situation for both sides. That’s an offer neither can refuse. And that’s exactly what happened Sunday night when Adam Schefter broke the news that the New England Patriots were signing former league MVP Cam Newton to a 1 year deal to join the 6 time Super Bowl champions whoContinue reading “Chess vs. Checkers – Patriots Sign Cam Newton”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 6

On one hand I feel like this summer is already over. On the other hand it’s not even the 4th of July yet. The initial quarantines and pandemic has completely messed up my mental calendar. Time is such a construct that I might just watch Interstellar on repeat this weekend. Just Kidding it’s gonna beContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 6”

Great Gestures, But For A Great Hoax

NASCAR is in an interesting spot. After years of shrinking sponsorship deals and ratings the racing league has been looking to regain the popularity and loyal fanbase that they’ve had throughout the Cup’s history in the United States. As most people know, NASCAR is extremely popular in the South and has long received a stigmaContinue reading “Great Gestures, But For A Great Hoax”