California Chrome’s attempt at winning the Triple Crown was stopped short at the Belmont Stakes by Tonalist. California Chrome’s owner, Steve Coburn, was not happy with the results and let everyone know in a rant after the race ended. Coburn’s main issue was that Tonalist didn’t run in either the Kentucky Derby or the Preakness and was fresh and only run to upset the Triple Crown bid. Coburn called the idea that a horse that wasn’t run in either of the other two Triple Crown races “the coward’s way out”.
James Harden, an NBA superstar, has been photographed wearing short shorts. This is of grave consequence to people like me, who reached (…)
Conor McGregor owned the UFC 205 press conference at Madison Square Garden.
Houston Texans pass rusher J.J. Watt has a back injury that could end his season, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Sources: (…)
Oil tycoon and Oklahoma State megabooster T. Boone Pickens told the Austin American-Statesman today that Oklahoma president David Boren (…)
The Jeremy Langford era may be over, just a few games in to the first season A.M.F. (after Matt Forte). Langford struggled, and is on my (…)
You can never really kill conference expansion talk. You can forestall it. You can shelve it for the time being. You can hit it with the old (…)
A McGregor fan owned Eddie Alvarez at the UFC 205 press conference.
Bucks president Peter Feigin should probably stop talking for a while.
It’s the simple things in life.