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Saturday, October 25, 2014

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NFL has ridiculous demands for cities hosting Super Bowls

The city of Minneapolis and its soon-to-be $1 billion Minnesota Vikings stadium have won the bid to host Super Bowl 52 in 2018. What does that mean? Essentially, the NFL expects to be able to do whatever it wants in Minneapolis and have almost all of its absurd demands met. The Star Tribune recently released…Read More

Padres draft Johnny Manziel in 28th round

If Johnny Manziel falls flat on his face in his first season with the Cleveland Browns and decides he wants to pursue a career in professional baseball, the San Diego Padres will have the first shot at him. The Padres selected Manziel with the 837th overall pick (28th round) in the 2014 MLB draft on…Read More

Bryce Harper using Playstation to rehab his thumb

Bryce Harper said earlier this week that he is not setting a timetable for his return from a thumb injury that has already kept him out more than a month. The Washington Nationals outfielder suffered a torn ligament while sliding into third base on April 25. His rehab following surgery is every adolescent kid’s dream….Read More

LeBron actually was drinking Gatorade during Game 1, still got cramps

Gatorade has a whole marketing campaign centered around how their drinks prevent athletes from getting cramps. When LeBron James exited Game 1 of the NBA Finals because of cramps, they took advantage of the opportunity to rip the Miami Heat star for not hydrating with the proper sports drink. Not only did Gatorade apologize a…Read More

NFL didn’t feel appreciated at Radio City Music Hall

The NFL is looking to break tradition and move the draft out of Radio City Music Hall next year. According to reports, the NFL is looking at Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City as possible host cities for the annual event. Dallas, Houston, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston and other cities are also vying for a…Read More

Rashad McCants: I made Dean’s List at UNC without going to class

Former North Carolina basketball star Rashad McCants helped the Tar Heels win a national championship in 2005. Had he actually been required to go to class and not been allowed to take bogus courses, he may not have even been academically eligible that year. McCants, who has been playing in the NBA D-League since 2009,…Read More

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