After weeks of enduring his brother blabbing his name/having his name blabbed about in relation to his brother’s name, football man Aaron Rodgers has responded to the suggestion that he and his brother, current Bachelorette finalist Jordan Rodgers, do not get along—and, furthermore, that Aaron does not get along with…
At this point, America has gotten pretty familiar with Jordan Rodgers, brother of Aaron Rodgers, because despite how much he’s argued he’s far more than just the brother of a famous football player, his edit on the show is certainly not showing up his other skills.
Nikki Glaser’s Comedy Central show Not Safe usually focuses on the sexual exploits people are shy to talk about openly, but on Tuesday, she dedicated a segment to the subject most universities don’t want to admit is event happening: campus rape.
Are you scared of the direction this country is headed in? Do you long for a strong, pro-Christ former football player who wasn’t even very good at football to take the freaking reins already? Well, you can just go ahead and breathe, my friends, because Tim Tebow has got this one in the bag.
According to sources, this weekend is the Super Bowl, a time-honored tradition where men bang each other’s heads together, causing years of damage that eventually leads to death (and probable financial ruin before that), as the American public watches in glee while consuming mass quantities of unhealthy foods and…
At least one good thing is coming out of the NFL these days (besides, you know, “sport,” or whatever): a group of Carolina Panthers players have invented “Creedbombing,” the practice of screaming Creed lyrics at someone when they least expect it. Take us higher, boys!
700-WLW, a Cincinnati radio station, is issuing periodic “Big Ben Warnings” in the lead-up to Sunday’s Bengals vs. Steelers game. “The Steelers quarterback has been spotted in the downtown Cincinnati area. All females ages 18-40 are to use extreme caution, especially if heavily consuming alcohol” the fake alert warns,…
Nothing pumps up a crowd like a good marching band interlude, and nothing pumps up a marching band like a surreptitious and possibly accidental statement of virility.
On Tuesday, the Charlotte Observer ran a cute letter from a reader who is mad at Cam Newton, but perhaps not for the reason she thinks.
This fall, two great phenomena have disturbed our friends and neighbors. The generally reliable type (or steady flakes, now validated) are suddenly loudmouths, blustering and making excuses: one group because a planet appears to be moving backwards but isn’t actually, and the second because they’re consumed in a game…
An unidentified woman is accusing star University of Michigan football player Jabrill Peppers of giving her chlamydia. We know that because her accusations took the form of 5,000 flyers plastered all over campus.
In April, the NFL suspended Dallas Cowboy Greg Hardy after the league’s months-long investigation found that there was evidence that he’d physically abused his then-girlfriend, Nicole Holder. Hardy allegedly threatened to kill her, choked her, and threw her onto a couch covered in assault rifles.
On Sunday, three female sports reporters were initially denied postgame entrance into the Jacksonville Jaguars’ locker room because they were women. The usher checked with several men before allowing reporters Joey Chandler, Graham Watson, and one unidentified woman, who were all in Indianapolis for the Associated…
What would college football be without its proud traditions? Its storied rivalries, marching bands, fight songs, and casual sexism. Good job, Alabama fan, you’re making Bear Bryant proud.
Last night Arizona Cardinals coach Jen Welter became the first woman to coach an NFL game and Sarah Thomas became the first woman to act as an on-the-field official. Welter and Thomas shake hands prior to last night’s preseason game between the Cardinals and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Vanderbilt University’s football team has been in PR crisis mode after two of its former players were found guilty of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery, a crime that the players blamed on a “college culture of binge drinking.” So, when the team tweeted out its new motto for this season, it was especially…
On Wednesday afternoon, Gov. Jerry Brown approved a bill that officially classifies professional cheerleaders as employees entitled to minimum wage, sick leave, and overtime pay. That feels like it should already have been a thing, right?
In New York City, Mayor de Blasio has cleared a parade for the US women’s soccer team who recently won the World Cup. Gather all the confetti you can find for Friday morning at 11 a.m. folks!
Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing serious charges for allegedly assaulting his son’s UCLA football coach on Monday.