President Obama says his campaign is like the Miami Heat, Mitt Romney’s is like Jeremy Lin

From the New York Times comes an analogy by President Obama that sports fans can appreciate. According to an aide, Obama described the difference between his campaign and Mitt Romney’s this way:

Texas A&M billboard pops up in Gainesville just in time for Saturday’s game

It’s clear that Texas A&M fans are excited to be playing their first SEC game in Gainesville against the Florida Gator on Saturday. They are so excited that someone (who is not affiliated with the university according to Texas A&M) decided to introduce their favorite school to the good folks in Gainesville by way of […]

Lane Kiffin pulled walk-on’s scholarship to make room for linebacker recently released from jail

If you had forgotten that college football is not so much about college and the kids and much more about football and money, this will serve as a reminder. USC linebacker Simione Vehikite was released from jail last week after serving a little more than three months for leaving the scene of a car accident. […]

What we learned from week one of the college football season

Week 1 of the college football season is in the books. Let’s see what we learned besides the fact that Franco Harris was allowed to have a Joe Paterno cardboard cutout in his luxury box.

Kevin Kolb took not winning starting job in Arizona ‘like a pro’

Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt announced on Friday that John Skelton had beaten out Kevin Kolb for the Cardinals’ starting quarterback job for Week 1. While both players never really distanced themselves from the other during the competition, Whisenhunt had to choose one of them. So while Skelton can now move forward and readying […]

Tennessee fan dies after falling from upper deck at Georgia Dome

A 20-year-old Tennessee fan named Isaac Grubb died Friday night after falling from the upper deck during the Tennessee-North Carolina State game at the Georgia Dome. According to witnesses, Grubb was cheering Tennessee’s second touchdown in the game when he fell 35 feet from the first row of the upper deck. Grubb was rushed to […]

Lane Kiffin: Visiting teams no longer allowed to hold pregame walk-throughs at the Coliseum

The first two years of the Lane Kiffin head coaching era at USC was arguably a quiet one. But he’s quickly making up for those quiet first two years this season. In a year where his preseason #1 squad should be grabbing headlines, it has been Kiffin grabbing them instead. In a matter of a […]

Vivica Fox made her presence felt at the US Open

Venus Williams was ousted in the 2nd round of the US Open Thursday night by sixth-seeded Angelique Kerber in three sets, 6-2, 5-7, 7-5. While Williams was undoubtedly disappointed with her performance, German reporters in attendance were much more disappointed in the antics of Williams’ supporter Vivica Fox. Fox was routinely cheered and challenged calls […]

Kent State’s Andre Parker scoops up a fumble, runs the wrong way

There’s nothing better for a defensive player than to be able to not only recover a fumble, but to scoop it up and take it in for a score. On the flipside, there’s nothing worse for a defensive player than to scoop up a fumble and run the wrong way. And that’s what happened Thursday […]

Jets owner Woody Johnson thinks “you can never have too much Tebow”

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson seems to be clear on a few things. He’s clear on the fact that his team passed on Peyton Manning, which we don’t believe for a second. And he’s also clear that he has no problem with offering his team up to HBO for the television show Hard Knocks. […]