Drag yourself out of bed, depressed Predators fan. Peel your face off the pillow; blink away the light that means a new day came anyway, no matter how little you wanted it to. Let the memories of last night, and your Stanley Cup final loss, rush in. It’s all going to hurt. I’m going to show you a couple of videos…
The Metro Nashville Police Department has reportedly filed a report on Saturday’s weak bar fight involving failed NFL coaches and boisterous twin brothers Rob and Rex Ryan, after a man accused the pair of simple assault, reports TMZ.
Twin brothers and failed NFL coaches Rex and Rob Ryan were in Nashville for the Stanley Cup Final, and they had more fight in them than P.K. Subban and Evgeni Malkin.
For about 20 minutes of Game 3, the Predators were unstoppable. Filip Forsberg scored the tying goal 3:54 into the third period, and Roman Josi netted the power-play winner with 2:43 left, and in between were two goals waved off for goaltender interference. Throughout, the Predators surged, doubling up the Ducks on…
A Nashville sports reporter who delivered a Prince-themed report after the musician’s death has been fired, according to his Facebook page.
As a baby I gnawed on lemons with joy. I‘ve never been kind to my taste buds. Chain-eating Warhead candies, nibbling habaneros, taking dares on wasabi globs. Short of the really inhumane—nuking your innards with genetic monstrosity Scoville-freak peppers, which some people do, voluntarily, on camera —I was feeling…
The NHL added a little wrinkle to its (very cool!) new All-Star Game structure. The four 3-on-3 squads representing each division will be coached by an actual NHL coach (Gerard Gallant, Lindy Ruff, Darryl Sutter, and Barry Trotz) as well as, uh, well, hmm, one of ... these guys above here?
Well, Ryan Adams must be in a good place, because he actually covered “Summer of ‘69,” a song by Bryan Adams, the Canadian superstar with whom Ryan famously does not like being confused. I thought this day would never come.
It's midnight. You're snug in your Nashville bed, or maybe on the sofa with your lips wrapped around a crack pipe, I don't know, but whatever excuse you have for watching Jimmy Fallon, that's it.
Let's be honest: Cleveland wasn't The Decision's biggest victim. Terrell Owens was. Don't believe me? Just interrupt Terrell Owens from his driveway sit-ups regimen and ask Terrell Owens yourself. That's what 104.5 The Zone radio in Nashville did the other day. For its 3 Hour Lunch.