The secret ingredient is Colonel Sanders-approved.
Sadly, “30 For 30” reruns isn’t one of the candidates.
Tonight, most of the sports world will turn its eyes to Houston to watch Villanova take on North Carolina in the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship. But what if you hate fun and don’t like college basketball? What if you’re just excited for baseball to be back and want to watch that instead? Or
DOVE VALLEY, CO. — “Well, I’ve fought a good fight. I’ve finished my football race, and after seven months. It’s time. God bless all of you and God bless football.” And with that, the storied career of Patrick “Phatty” Pharr came to an end. Pharr unexpectedly announced his retirement at age 23 at the Broncos
Many in the land of maple syrup and Celine Dion are up in arms over the fact that “Jeopardy!” will no longer be accepting contestants from Canada. Due to new online-privacy laws, the show claims that it can’t allow folks who live north of the border to take the online test that gets you on the
[Any team] gets: Spurs G/F Danny Green Spurs get: Two players you’ve never heard of, who will soon be instrumental parts of a championship team Danny Green’s not shooting all that well, and he’s eating up valuable cap space. Surely it crossed Gregg Popovich’s mind to just pick up a couple of random dudes from
ASHBURN, VA — They probably DON’T like that! Washington Redskins starting quarterback Kirk Cousins and former starter Robert Griffin III are snowed in at the Redskins practice facility after a historic blizzard struck the Washington region on Friday. AWKWARD. The two snowbirds were the only ones who didn’t heed the warnings of the impending Snowghazi
On Tuesday, in various corners of the sports Internet, this video made the rounds. In it, “Jeopardy!” contestant Terry McElhennon rings in to respond a clue in the “College Team Names” category. The clue simply states “Crimson Tide.” Terry mulls the question, as if he were a 19-year-old trying to pick a good wine: He
Cam Newton may well be on his way to an MVP season. He has proven haters wrong throughout his career, but this year, he’s also proving that you don’t need a great group of wide receivers to have an incredible season. There’s no Fitz or Megatron or Gronk on the Panthers. Just some guys who
Sports Illustrated announced its Sportsperson of the Year on Monday, and it selected Angela Merkel. Wait, wrong pointless year-end honor! The editorial team actually selected tennis great Serena Williams. Very fitting, as she destroyed all sorts of competition on her way to winning three of the year’s four major titles. My money was on JaVale