If you’ve got the stomach for home plate collisions, check out this one from the LSU-Ole Miss game this week. Raph Rhymes of LSU, racing home to complete an inside-the-park homer, doesn’t have time to lower his shoulder and brace for a collision with Rebels catcher Stuart Turner. Turner had his eyes on the errant throw, and ended up taking out the knees of Rhymes, who flips over him and then scores.
Media members are not your teammates.
Nick Foles was released by the Los Angeles Rams just a few months after they handed him $6 million.
So that stuff about Heads Up Football leading to far fewer concussions …
Marshawn Lynch is now a retired elder statesman. Cal is honoring him with a bobblehead. The bobblehead will commemorate perhaps the most (…)
You knew the tribute jerseys were coming.
All the info you need.
Victor Oladipo can sing.
Greg Hardy: CFL Will Not Be an Option, League and Roughriders Coach Disagree About Who Made Decision
The Saskatchewan coach and the league disagree on who is making that decision.