DeMarcus Cousins On Whether Zion Williamson Should Return This Season: "College Basketball Is Bullshit"

Duke freshman Zion Williamson’s college career is suddenly up in the air after he tore through the side of his shoe and hurt his knee Wednesday night. If we take the school at its word that the injury isn’t serious, Williamson will have to decide if he wants to go on the shelf in preparation for the draft or take his…

Report: Under Armour CEO Grilled By Board Over "Problematic," "Intimate" Relationship With MSNBC Anchor

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank was recently interrogated by his company’s board over what it deemed the concerning level of involvement that Plank allowed MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle to have in company affairs, according to the Wall Street Journal’s Khadeeja Safdar. According to the Journal, Ruhle flew with UA staff on…

Mike Leach Is Taking The Football-As-War Metaphor To The Classroom

People in football love to compare the sport to war. Look at all the shared terminology—“in the trenches,” “field general”—the similar sense of ritual bluster, the contrived partnerships between the NFL and the military, the cynical propagandizing of Pat Tillman, and, of course, Kellen Winslow’s speech about being a “

Either Cain Velasquez Suffered A Freak Injury At The Worst Time Or Francis Ngannou Hits Like A Meteor

For whatever reason, the UFC has seen a real run on sudden, violent first-minute finishes in high-profile fights. Amanda Nunes led us into 2019 by ending Cris Cyborg’s 20-fight win streak in 51 seconds and, one month later, Henry Cejudo upended sweaty weirdo Dana White’s plan to kill the flyweight division by

Alleged Super Bowl Ticket Scammer Was Caught Because He Was Rude To A Spa Worker

Two weeks ago, Georgia businessman Ketan Shah was accused of scamming almost a dozen people out of over $750,000 when he promised to sell them Super Bowl tickets, then simply vanished. Victims included several of his family and friends, most notably his own mother, who is out $36,000, and one of Shah’s richer pals,…

Sportscaster Warner Wolf Arrested For Righteously Taking Feud With Homeowner Association Into His Own Hands

Longtime sportscaster Warner Wolf was arrested Thursday in Naples, Florida after he allegedly defaced the entrance sign outside of his gated community. According to a Collier Count Sheriff’s report, Wolf performed the vandalism back on Nov. 30, and arrest records show he was booked on criminal mischief charges and…

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