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Inside the NFL’s Quarterback Crisis: Why Are There So Few Great Quarterbacks?

Inside the NFL’s Quarterback Crisis: Why Are There So Few Great Quarterbacks?

The NFL’s 32 teams are in agreement: there is a quarterback crisis in the league. With just 32 open slots for starting quarterbacks and hundreds of college football teams, one would assume that finding a talented and competent pro quarterback would not be such a struggle. However, for all but […]

by March 29, 2017 7 comments Trending
Muslim American Woman Will Compete for Team USA in Olympics Wearing a Hijab

Muslim American Woman Will Compete for Team USA in Olympics Wearing a Hijab

Ibtihaj Muhammad grew up in New Jersey in a typical all-American family. Her mother was a special education teacher and her father was a narcotics detective. She had three sisters and one brother, and all four kids were expected to compete in sports. Like many Americans, the family took their […]

by March 16, 2017 5 comments Politics, Trending
We Now Know Exactly How OJ Simpson Killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman

We Now Know Exactly How OJ Simpson Killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman

When OJ Simpson went to trial for the murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, there were mountains of evidence against Simpson: bloody gloves, bloody footprints from a rare shoe that OJ owned, blood in Simpson’s car, and a damning police chase in Simpson’s infamous white Ford Bronco, to name […]

by March 15, 2017 4 comments Trending
Twitter Will Break Into TV By Streaming NFL Games on Apple TV

Twitter Will Break Into TV By Streaming NFL Games on Apple TV

Twitter appears closer than ever to breaking into television, and the company is set to do it via a blockbuster deal with Apple and the NFL. Earlier this year, Twitter outbid Facebook for the right to live stream 10 NFL football games. The expensive deal – which was for $10 […]

by February 12, 2017 7 comments Trending, World
How a Newsletter About Sports for Non-Sports Fans Has Attracted 50,000 Subscribers

How a Newsletter About Sports for Non-Sports Fans Has Attracted 50,000 Subscribers

Forty-one percent of Americans say they are not sport fans, says a 2015 poll by Gallup. This may come as a surprise, since sports are ubiquitous in American lives. There are hundreds of 24-hour sports radio stations, at least six 24-hour television stations and it’s hard to even find a […]

by December 20, 2016 5 comments Trending
Baylor Sexual Assault Scandal: How Ken Starr’s Baptist University Disgraced Itself

Baylor Sexual Assault Scandal: How Ken Starr’s Baptist University Disgraced Itself

Before Baylor University made a $600 million bid to build a nationally known athletic program, before it was embroiled in a sexual assault scandal, and before the basketball program imploded in a nightmare of murder and mayhem, Baylor billed itself as a Christian-centered a moral stalwart in a corrupt world. […]

by November 10, 2016 8 comments Trending
7 Classic 1980s Experiences Today’s Kids Will Never Have

7 Classic 1980s Experiences Today’s Kids Will Never Have

1) Child Crossing Guards It may be hard for kids growing up today to imagine, but in the 1980s, crossing guards were often other children. Typically sixth, seventh and eighth graders were given a badge and a vest and asked to help police traffic and help other kids cross the […]

by November 8, 2016 7 comments Food, Trending
Kobe Bryant Through the Years: Rare Photographs of Retiring Lakers Star

Kobe Bryant Through the Years: Rare Photographs of Retiring Lakers Star

Kobe Bryant is playing his last game for the Los Angeles Lakers this week. The future Hall of Famer has played for the Lakers for his entire career, which spans 20 years. Bryant was drafted as a 17 year old and went on to great fame, fortune and success, winning […]

by April 13, 2016 6 comments Trending
Baseball is Back, Bringing Exciting and Strange New Foods to Baseball Stadiums

Baseball is Back, Bringing Exciting and Strange New Foods to Baseball Stadiums

“Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the park. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack…” Americans still like their Cracker Jacks, but the modern baseball stadium has gone far beyond hot dogs, peanuts and popcorn. With 2016 baseball season now underway, baseball teams are offering […]

by April 6, 2016 6 comments Food, Trending
How Tennis Star Andre Agassi is Revolutionizing Early Childhood Education

How Tennis Star Andre Agassi is Revolutionizing Early Childhood Education

Former tennis pro Andre Agassi is best known for being a brash, hard hitting champion on the tennis court. In addition to his wins at places like Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, many remember Agassi most for a slogan he once uttered in a commercial for Cannon – “image is […]

by March 4, 2016 4 comments Science, Trending