Browsing Other Sport

Andre Berto is the Next Floyd Mayweather Jr. Opponent

Posted on 5 Aug, 2015, by in Boxing

The next fight for Floyd Mayweather Jr. in his ongoing quest to make insane amounts of money while staying undefeated will be Andre Berto, who is the current Interim WBA Welterweight champion. More

Katie Ledecky

Swimming World Championships – Day 3 Gold Medalists

Posted on 4 Aug, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

A strong day for Australia with two gold medals – Emily Seebohm winning the women’s 100 meters backstroke, and Mitch Larkin taking the men’s 100 meters backstroke. Katie Ledecky brought gold for the United States and smashed the world record in the women’s 1500 meters freestyle. James Guy produced another British gold medal in the men’s 200 meters freestyle, while Yulia Yefimova closed the day with the first Russian gold, winning the women’s 100 meters breaststroke. More

Adam Peaty

Swimming World Championships – Day 2 Gold Medalists

Posted on 3 Aug, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

Two world records in finals, with Katinka Hosszu of Hungary winning the 200 meters individual medley by setting one, and Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden doing it for the second time in two days by winning the 100 meters butterfly. Adam Peaty of Great Britain, a world record holder, won a close one in the men’s 100 meters breaststroke, while Florent Manaudou of France claimed gold in the men’s 50 meters butterfly. More

Image: Source

Swimming World Championships – Day 1 Gold Medalists

Posted on 2 Aug, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

The first day of the Swimming World Championships split four gold medals between four nations. Katie Ledecky crushed the competition in the women’s 400 meters freestyle, Sun Yang narrowly beat James Guy for the gold in the men’s 400 meters freestyle, the Australian women (Emily Seebohm, Emma McKeon, Bronte Campbell and Cate Campbell) took gold in the women’s 4×100 meters freestyle relay while France (Florent Manaudou, Fabien Gilot, Mehdy Metella and Jérémy Stravius) took advantage of the American and Australian absence to win the men’s 4×100 meters freestyle relay. More

Image: Source

USC vs Oregon: A Rivalry the Pac-12 Needs

Posted on 2 Aug, 2015, by in College Football

Trash talk between coaches is part of the tradition as teams gear up for a new season of college football. It seems that one of the more interesting ones will be in the Pac-12, between Oregon and USC. More

Image: Source

College Football – Preseason Coaches Rankings

Posted on 31 Jul, 2015, by in College Football

The first coaches poll of the season, the preseason one, means that the 2015 College Football season is just around the corner, with national champions Ohio State looking like the on-paper favorites at the moment, although TCU & Alabama also get mentioned. More

Image: Source

College Football Realignment – Notre Dame is Making Everyone Angry, or Simply Jealous

Posted on 28 Jul, 2015, by in College Football

The trendy thing to do right now for College Football head coaches is complain about Notre Dame not being part of a conference and playing one game less than the rest. More

James Lawrence, the Iron Cowboy

James Lawrence, the Man who Completed 50 Triathlons in 50 States in 50 Days

Posted on 27 Jul, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

This weekend, American triathlete James Lawrence completed a feat that goes beyond the compliments that describe it, marking the completion of his 50th triathlon in the span of 50 days, going through 50 states. More

Image: Source

College Football Rumors – Texas Longhorns Making a Lot of Money, but Charging Coaches for Food

Posted on 24 Jul, 2015, by in College Basketball, College Football

The title is a little bit misleading or hiding the entire truth of this story, but it’s not too far away. Texas athletics has a revenue of $161 million or at least it did last year, but is now limiting the amount of free visits the coaches have in the dining halls. More

Image: Source

College Football Rumors – Ohio State Turning Braxton Miller Into a Wide Receiver

Posted on 24 Jul, 2015, by in College Football

Miller was a starter for three straight years in Columbus for the Buckeyes, winning two Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year awards and two All-Big Ten 1st Team selections. But Miller suffered a shoulder injury before the 2014 season began, keeping him out for the entire year. Now that he’s back, everything has changed. More