Millions of Americans are gearing up for their fantasy football drafts. And thanks to the scores of lobbyists and lawyers employed by the daily fantasy sports industry, DraftKings and FanDuel are back in business in New York and many other states, just in time for the start of the NFL season. For the price of an…
Last weekend, Howell High School and Manalapan High School played to a 1-1 tie in boys hockey at Howell Ice World. The game got wild in the third period when a Howell player was given a ten minute penalty for cursing at referee Dave Brown. There was only five minutes left in the game, so this essentially constituted…
The third New York Derby takes place this evening, and it got wild in New Jersey beforehand. The AP’s Rob Harris was there as a brawl popped off out front of Bello’s Bar & Grill, right across the Passaic River from Red Bull Arena. One dude even started swinging with a sandwich board:
This started with an easy question. How did Chris Christie blow more than $80,000 in less than two years on concessions at MetLife Stadium?
Chris Christie (and some other people) played in a softball game at Yankee Stadium last night. There’s video of famous people saying nice things about the NYPD, if that’s your thing, but still photography remains the best way to capture great sports memories. Here are some photos from the game.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie will be at Lambeau Field today to cheer on the Dallas Cowboys alongside his pal Jerry Jones. Christie's Cowboys enthusiasm is already costing him political capital, so former ad-man Drew Magary cobbled together scripts for the inevitable attack ads that will follow the governor's…
Cowboys fans around the globe celebrated the team's controversial comeback win over the Lions yesterday, and no Dallas fan is bigger than Chris Christie.
Sayreville, N.J. District Superintendent Richard Labbe says the future of the multiple state championship-winning football team is in doubt following the arrest of seven players on charges they sexually abused younger players in a gruesome hazing ritual.
NJ Advance Media revealed last night some of the details of alleged locker room sexual abuse that resulted in seven Sayreville War Memorial High School players being arrested on Friday and brought police to the home of a four-star Penn State recruit.
NJ.com reports tonight that seven Sayreville War Memorial High School football players are facing charges due to a series of alleged sexual assaults on four victims in the locker room.
Sayreville (N.J.) Superintendent of Schools Richard Labbe cancelled Sayreville War Memorial High School's football season Monday amid claims of hazing, though the details were unknown. But a parent of a Sayreville player talked to NJ.com today, and what happened sounds horrific and inhumane.
Lukas Iorio, a former champion wrestler from Bergen Catholic High School (N.J.), was arrested Sunday for an alleged Jersey Shore beach cart rampage that totaled at 13 charges against him and at least five fights.
This is what happens when you don't let people drive to a football game. Thousands are trying to get to MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl and since the NFL made less than half the total parking spaces available for the game, won't let you walk to the game and will turn around most cabs, the only practical options…
Here's a Foodspin reader offering up this monstrosity as a notable foodstuff of the state of New Jersey. It goes by the name "Sloppy Joe," although I think most people will find that it has precious little in common with the disreputable but delicious brick-colored-beef-slop-on-a-bun usually associated with that name.
Nothin' like a scotch-on-the-rocks to make up for a hard day at the office. On second thought, there isn't anything like it if you aren't drinking at a T.G.I. Fridays (or an establishment of similar repute) in New Jersey. If that is where you drink your scotch, there is indeed something like it, according to state…
Many times after a tragedy like Monday's in Boston, accounts of fortuitous near-misses begin to trickle down through the press. This is one of those accounts.
Many a lame observation has been made about the likelihood that next year's Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium will be ruined by bad weather like the stuff we've got now. It's silly. Rare is the storm that dumps a foot of snow on the New York metropolitan area, and rarer still is the football fan that would be turned off…