Cowboys RB Darren McFadden filed suit against his family friend and longtime financial advisor Michael Vick (not that one), claiming Vick scammed him and squandered $15 million of his money—including $3 million on a failed Bitcoin investment.
Your national title game will be SEC semifinal champion Alabama against Notre Dame, which in a just alternate universe just got piss-pounded by Ohio State in the Big Ten title game and ceded its title game slot to Florida. In this universe, though, Notre Dame spent the afternoon licking its chops as Alabama and…
Athletes! Listen up! If you must bring a groupie back to your hotel room, don't leave her in there alone. She will take photos of everything and share them with the world.
You almost had to feel bad for Hillary Clinton yesterday, still railing about gas tax holidays and superdelegates and all her white voters while the rest of the world was mercifully moving on. But that gas thing is still a problem, which you might have noticed when half your neighborhood was carpooling in the trunk…
It's time to bring the mood down a little, dim the lights, turn off the laugh track. Think of this as the portion of Comic Relief when Whoopie, Billy, and Robin would drop the shtick and talk seriously about whatever the hell Comic Relief was supposed to benefit.
Darren McFadden tells the tale of going to LSU to play, and seeing a fan taunt him with an actual hog's head on a stick. Not sure if the LSU fan said "Sucks to your NFL prospects." [GameTap]
Arkansas running back Darren McFadden is the subject of a paternity suit ... now destined to be a Cincinnati Bengal. [Deuce of Davenport]
"Yes he is." "No he isn't." "Is too." "Is not." "Shut up." "You shut up." "No, you shut up first." "No, your mom's ugly." There, now you're officially caught up to speed on the ongoing struggle between Darren McFadden's parents and media reports alleging their son is turning pro after his junior year.
It has to be kind of boring for a college football phenom, when the bowl games are over, your college career is done and you have nothing to do until the Draft workouts begin. It has to make a man antsy. So we sympathize with Darren McFadden, who got himself arrested early this morning.
Anyone who has gone to a university with a prominent sports program can tell you about the experience of seeing one of your player driving a vehicle that you wouldn't think they'd be able to afford. We can all justify it in our brains, hey, they just saved up for it, but we all know better. But do we report it?
Yesterday, in a story which Deadspin suspiciously omitted, ESPN reported that Darren McFadden was declaring for the NFL after his upcoming junior season, so sayeth his momma after a chat with Pat Forde. Because that was such a news scoop. After all, rarely do exciting, electric football players ever forgo their senior…
College Football season is right around the corner. Linemen are getting in shape, quarterbacks are leaning the playbooks, Corso's getting his merkin a jheri curl ... and Arkansas RB/QB Darren McFadden is trying on his grandmother's dresses.