You're a true Citizen, Randy.
This weekend, I did what I do every weekend: make a bunch of bad tweets and sleep. However, I also made a good tweet this weekend. It was promptly stolen without attribution and credited to someone else by CBS Sports. The Internet is fun!
When you get to work tomorrow, you'll surely be asked how your weekend was. You'll probably say something stupid like "too short." Instead, when asked about your weekend, your response should be "it was better than the Siena Saints' weekend."
I'm sure that there are a million places on the Internet telling you what to make for dinner (or where to go out to dinner) on Valentine's Day. Surely they have some good ideas, and will probably save a few people out there from sleeping on the couch tomorrow. But Valentine's Day dinner doesn't mean anything in the…
Today is not Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Oregon State basketball head coach Craig Robinson. By the way, Robinson is First Lady Michelle Obama's brother. Awkward.
Saturdays at noon have always been flush with sports viewing options, especially during college football and basketball seasons. Unfortunately for soccer fans, this means that some of their favorite matches are being preempted on NBC, despite the mission statement to the left from NBC itself.
NBA Vines have been on point tonight. Kenneth Faried just murder oned Dion Waiters.
Dear lord, John Wall.
New Hampshire has never been known for its basketball program. This season, after starting the season with one win against a sub-Division I opponent and Division I Duquesne, they've lost 13 straight games. Today, one New Hampshire radio host asked their athletic director a question that many people have been asking:…
The University at Albany Great Danes are the defending America East men's basketball champions. What they are not, however, is a hot ticket, averaging home crowds of nearly 2,000 below capacity. That's not stopping some glorious troll on Stubhub from trying to sell tickets to their games for $103.99 each.
Some say that everything happens for a reason. While this is normally just a crutch for people to get over their own shortcomings, this axiom is true in some cases. It's especially true when Bud Light is rigging NFL games to get as much juice as possible out of their commercials.
If you've had the intestinal fortitude to wade through the 500 yards of fecal matter that has been the comments section of every article related to Chris Kluwe's allegations against the Minnesota Vikings organization, the same question keeps coming up: if Kluwe was fired for his views on same sex marriage, then why…
In case you've been living under a rock, or somehow made it to this crappy blog without accessing the actually legitimate site that runs on the same platform that ran the story, Chris Kluwe wrote a piece on the Vikings cutting him because of his outspoken stance on same sex marriage. This, of course, led to some Grade…