Andrew Luck got lit up by Nick Perry as he dropped back to pass, violently snapping his head back and causing a fumble. The turnover was nullified, though, because Perry was called for the unnecessary roughness penalty on the hit. By application of rule, a correct call, as the crown of the helmet cannot hit the quarterback anywhere, so it is irrelevant as to whether the helmets collided or not.
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Houston Chronicle columnist Brian T. Smith wrote a column about Houston Astros centerfielder Carlos Gomez’ poor start. He (…)
Joe Paterno reportedly knew about Jerry Sandusky’s child molesting ways all the way back in 1976.
Matt Leinart’s son has a pretty great arm for a nine year old.
Jaromir Jagr signed a new deal with the Florida Panthers, he’ll turn 45 next season.
Ouch. Double ouch.
Chad Jennings of LoHud joins Jason Lisk and Kyle Koster on this episode of the podcast to talk about the sagging New York Yankees. (…)