Jim Redmond, Who Helped Son Derek Finish His 1992 400m Olympic Race, Passes Away

There is no more emotional moment in sports than when Jim Redmond helped his son, Derek, finish the 400m race at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. In his semi-final heat, the sprinter from Great Britain was headed down the backstretch when tragedy struck and he tore his hamstring. As the competitors raced toward the […]

Former Texas Longhorns, WNBA Star Tiffany Jackson Passes Away

On Monday, the basketball community received sad news when we learned that former Texas Longhorns’ star player, Tiffany Jackson, passed away at 37 after battling cancer. Jackson was a Texas high school basketball star. At Duncanville High School, she was both a McDonald’s All-American and a WBCA All-American. She helped the team win the 2003 […]

Albert Pujols Deserves The Type Of Love Aaron Judge Is Getting

While everyone is thirsting over Aaron Judge’s quest for the American League single-season home run record, they are neglecting an even bigger story in baseball. Albert Pujols’ final season. The 11x All-Star is winding down his guaranteed Hall of Fame career this year, yet the 42-year-old is putting on a show that deserves much more […]

Robert Saleh Is Collecting Receipts While Leading The Jets

Unfortunately for Jets fans, the team has failed to be taken seriously for decades. Over the last 20 years, they’ve had six winning seasons. Their last winning season came in 2015 when Todd Bowles was their first-year head coach (they went 10-6). But then the organization, and former GM Mike Maccagnan, annihilated his chances of […]

Curt Menefee’s Incredible Career Is Matched Only By His Humility

“You’re going to be national someday.” That’s what Curt Menefee’s mother said to him when he told her he was moving to New York to become a sports anchor, two years before she passed away at the age of 97. 27 years later, she’s still right. In life, there are those who crave the spotlight […]

Memphis Basketball Charged With Multiple Violations But Avoid Postseason Ban

Years after the investigation first began into his program, Memphis Tigers head coach Penny Hardaway can finally breathe a little easier. That’s because the NCAA’s long-running look into his program is finally over and the punishments have been handed down. Earlier this week, Memphis was charged with committing multiple Level II and Level III NCAA […]

If Asked, Deion Sanders Should Tell Georgia Tech “Thanks, But No Thanks”

Everybody is born with a mission and/or purpose in life. Some find it earlier and/or easier than others. Deion Sanders found a new mission through football when he was hired by Jackson St. as the Tigers’ head coach in 2020. In three seasons at the helm for the Tigers, Sanders has basically single-handedly forced the […]

The Situation Involving Ime Udoka Is As Puzzling As It Is Shady

When the news surrounding Celtics head coach Ime Udoka first dropped on Wednesday night, it was as puzzling as it was vague. Udoka, who took the team to the NBA Finals in his first year as the Celtics’ head coach, was reportedly set to be suspended for the entire 2022-23 season for violating team policies. […]

Herm Edwards Reportedly Sold Out By Arizona St. Staff

Herm Edwards had never posted a losing season in his five seasons as the head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils. Apparently, that didn’t matter to members of his staff. After a disappointing loss to Eastern Michigan last weekend, and despite going 26-20 during his tenure, Edwards was fired. It wasn’t much of a […]

P.K. Subban’s Influential, And Polarizing, Legacy Stands Tall

P.K. Subban loved the game. Unfortunately, sometimes the game, a sport that fiercely stomps out individuality, didn’t love him back as an individual. In professional sports, some players hang around too long while others get out while the getting is good. P.K. Subban is the latter. Earlier this week, the New Jersey Devils defenseman shook […]