Last night’s Saturday Night Live was pretty solid. There wasn’t anything groundbreaking, but one sketch was relevant to the world of sports. SNL writers took full advantage of the fact that Steve Buscemi looks like a guy who might touch a kid in their Penn State/Syracuse scandal parody. Not that the attorney in this sketch would have pressed charges anyway.
The Zurich Classic was delayed more than five hours on Thursday during the first round. Boo Weekly used that time to his advantage and took a (…)
😴 pic.twitter.com/lwXRusQyp1 — Myles Jack (@MylesJack) April 29, 2016 Myles Jack fell out of the first round due to concerns (…)
Tunsil said he doesn’t want to pursue charges, but it’s likely a case ripe for investigation.
Laremy Tunsil had a rough night at the 2016 NFL Draft, falling all the way to the Miami Dolphins at #13 after his social media accounts were (…)
Tom Telesco and the San Diego Chargers just aren’t good at the NFL Draft.
How will the NCAA respond?
Cornerback for Coastal Carolina, after transferring from his father’s school in Miami.
Talking sports media going at it as hard as we can.
An imperfect victim perhaps not equipped to handle such a moment, but a victim nonetheless.